Young Freud in Gaza

Young Freud in Gaza

Ayed is a young Palestinian psychologist living in the embargoed territory of the Gaza Strip. Young Freud in Gaza follows him over the course of two years. This is a turbulent part of the world: suicide attacks, demonstrations and armed combat are the order of the day. In Ayed's own words, "We need a million psychologists in Gaza." The inhabitants of the Gaza Strip are constantly confronted with violence, and this has its repercussions on their mental health.

Ayed is a young Palestinian psychologist living in the embargoed territory of the Gaza Strip. Young Freud in Gaza follows him over the course of two years. This is a turbulent part of the world: suicide attacks, demonstrations and armed combat are the order of the day. In Ayed's own words, "We need a million psychologists in Gaza." The inhabitants of the Gaza Strip are constantly confronted with violence, and this has its repercussions on their mental health. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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NintendoJackson (ag) wrote: This movie was pretty good and has a nice happy ending and I like how strong tarzan was

Luke J (ru) wrote: Craig Ferguson is fucking nuts, but it's the kind of nuts were you find yourself laughing so hard you can't breathe.

Garrett C (gb) wrote: Best movie ever! Jon did great in this one! Best movie he ever did beside snitch and the walking dead!

G Brandon H (mx) wrote: I love Finney's performance, he's truly fantastic as a haunted, disturbed drunk named Geoffrey Firmin. However, the story here is hard to relate with and sort of hangs on by Finney's acting. The other actors are fine but there isn't too much character development for other characters. The driving force here is not the plot, just Firmin's personal hell.

Martin T (us) wrote: Holy shit. At first this seems very bland and predictable, but around the halfway point is starts getting awesome and just keeps getting awesomer. A battle of murderous schemes, Joan Crawford vs. Jack Palance and Gloria Grahame. The tension builds and builds into a fever pitch, culminating in one of the best chase sequences I've ever witnessed. The last half hour is full of more amazing little moments (who knew a wind-up toy could be so menacing?) than I count, with fantastic chiaroscuro photography and another terrific Elmer Bernstein score. Palance is menacing, Grahame is her usual wonderful self, and Crawford's at the top of her game. A perfect ending, too. This was an unexpected delight.

Mike K (kr) wrote: A royal flush of incredible character actors did what they do best: acted their asses off. The plot is solid and serious enough to more or less support them through most of the film's playing time - almost to the ending. Brilliant acting from menacing/maniacal to toupee topped comedic easily carried the film through most every stumble noted by critics here as far as my viewing pleasure was concerned.

Vincent R (ag) wrote: I feel like Howard Stern at the point of the movie when he's working for the country station. When he sais howdy cow Polk's this hop along howy and I don't get this music. Maybe it's I'm not having sex with my daddy's sister. All be honest I love Batman. But only if Michael Keaton is in them. Cause Christian Bale is terrible. And this movie is so bad in definitely the worst Batman movie of all time!!! 0/5

Susan B (us) wrote: At times, the movie had me watching closely, breathing shallowly and at others I found myself scratching my head, wondering why the writers chose to go "that" direction. I'm not sorry I watched it; wish it had been a little more coherent.

Art S (jp) wrote: The film somehow feels like a blend between a Kirk Douglas personal project (with its leftist anti-war sentiment and crusading role for Kirk) and a Kubrick film (with its intensely art-directed shots and set-ups). It also switches between grubby WWI trenches where soldiers get shell-shocked and the posh Versailles-like palace where the generals talk. The plot takes the form of a classic morality play (and could have been scripted for the stage, except for the graphic realism on the battlefield) but, unlike in those works that feature heavy moral choices that create extreme tension, the right way to act is clear here. The generals are wrong in their decisions to: a) order the regiment to leave the trenches to try to take an impossible-to-take German position; b) hold a court-martial to try three "randomly selected" men for cowardice in the face of the enemy; c) offer no mercy when the pre-ordained verdict is death. Kirk is both the commanding officer immediately beneath the most unfair general and the self-appointed defense attorney for the men. He fights in vain against a wayward and biased system that shines a light on just how absurd and brutal warfare is (especially in that it allows some to pursue selfish aggrandizement at the expense of others). One could argue that the absurdity has even been magnified and increased in these days of drone-attacks and high-tech combat. Bottom line: war is sickening.