Filmmaker Ricardo Trogi recalls the events surrounding his family moving to a new neighborhood when he was 11-years-old.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:102 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:robbery,   student,   dream,  

Filmmaker Ricardo Trogi recalls the events surrounding his family moving to a new neighborhood when he was 11-years-old. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rod H (de) wrote: This is a 2013 HBO film that has a great cast, but is one of the worst & most irritating films I have every seen. Larry David is just horrible. I am so glad it was from the library & didn't cost a cent. I did give it half a star because I did laugh twice!

Mike M (gb) wrote: Interesting, and a nice trip down memory lane but only gets to the really good stuff nearing the end. The narrator's nostalgia is relatable, but in the end, almost completely uninteresting bordering on boring.

George B (ag) wrote: Though this may look like another "Brokeback Mountain" and the pace was rather slow, it was exquisitely well-made. The story set in 1999 is a clever metaphor of the theme, fearing but desiring the unknowns. Genuine and natural human emotions are rarely delivered nowadays.

Seth H (kr) wrote: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, basically Ron Burgundy, only if he were a Magician instead of a anchorman. Overall, a decent film with below average jokes.

Russ B (it) wrote: 6/7/2014: Not a good movie. An interesting twist in the end, but an overall dull and uninteresting story. Sharon Stone is still very sexy though.

Damodar N (es) wrote: Yesterday evening a friend introduced me to this extraordinary piece of animation. I found "The Triplets of Belleville" to be one of the most charming movies I've had the pleasure of seeing the last couple of years. This delightful movie follows the adventures of Madame Souza, her grandson, Champion, and their dog, Bruno. After watching it I was left with the feeling that I'd just watched a film which communicated something to me.

Bee C (ag) wrote: Okay the movie was actually not bad, I like the plot, the acting is so so but I wish that they could have have a used a bit more lighting in certain scenes, I mean the music soundtrack is nice but having to sit through and listen to that ambient music for the full length of the movie is enough to make me go Zzzzzz. But I enjoyed the film nonetheless.

James D (jp) wrote: This movie is just Flat out Perfect.

Mandi L (fr) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever. The question arises: Are we really better off living in society? Is all that we gain from doing so really greater than that of what we are losing? Tangible vs Intangible...Material world vs spiritual world...and does the good outweigh the evil within man?

Carl M (it) wrote: After a trio of thieves disturb the ancient resting place of Sefaraman, they unwittingly unleash the mummy's curse upon the land! ...Or at least upon a group of unlucky fashion models that stumble upon the tomb by mistake. As the title implies, DAWN OF THE MUMMY is a mish-mash of the zombie and mummy movies of the late 70's and early 80's, turning the vengeful spirits of the pharaohs into a pack of flesh-eating ghouls. Although utterly ridiculous and genuinely terrible, the film does have its creepy moments. In its most effective scene, the buried mummies reach out from beneath the desert sands and drag their victims to their doom. Most others consist of bad acting mixed with gratuitous gore, but there is plenty of gut-munching and neck-chewing to go around. Ironically, this trashy B-movie was the first mummy picture to actually be filmed in Egypt as part of an American/Arabic production, which at least creates a beautiful backdrop behind the carnage. For the most part, DAWN OF THE MUMMY is a curse upon its viewers. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies

Ted S (au) wrote: It would be easy to say "the book was better" and leave it at that, but here's why:In an effort to streamline the book, in many ways the movie just doesn't give you enough details to understand the finer points. Ex. The term "End User Cerificates" is just thrown around haphazardly and never really explained (it refers to the documentation for a shipment of ammo). In some cases you can see where they strove to include aspects of the book, but then changed something further down the line (introduction of mistress/potential love interest that goes nowhere?). Let alone the ending doesn't make sense the way it was played out (missing a key element from the book).Not one of "the Walk"s finer works.

Sarah C (mx) wrote: Entertaining enough but fairly predictable.

berta a (es) wrote: an excellent western about an apache indian

Tyson P (kr) wrote: Actually funnier the second time around. One suggestion would be to watch super troopers first, laugh your ass off at that movie. then watch beer fest and you'll already have a likeness for the characters. overall pretty good.

Steve R (kr) wrote: An enjoyable kids film, with Jodie Foster (who's great in any role). Outstayed its welcome a bit, but silly fun.

Dane M (de) wrote: I avoided this film for the longest time. Part of didn't want to superimpose the lost friends on the dying actors' faces. Every grade 10 and 11 class should see this. Know our history. What brave men what brave women what brave people. I was surprised how dry-eyed I was and then the last scene made me drop my boundaries and embrace the power of loss and gut pushing forward no matter what - no matter what. The acting is very strong. The time is captured perfectly. I just wish the first inkling of what is coming in the man falling to his knees on the beach, was almost ignored. They had absolutely no idea what was coming. For all they knew this was a man stepping on a clam shell. I wanted them to ignore it. (a quibble)

Shantel D (gb) wrote: Cute little movie with a decent story.