Ben du Toit is a schoolteacher who always has considered himself a man of caring and justice, at least on the individual level. When his gardener's son is brutally beaten up by the police ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Dry White Season
Taking place during the 1976 Soweto uprising, the story follows a white school teacher whose life and values are threatened when he asks questions about the death of a young black boy who died in police custody.
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Thomas P (ru) wrote: I watched it on Quentin Tarantino's strong recommendation, but it turns out it has all of Tarantino's violence, but none of his great dialogue or coolness in general. The premise and spectacle is entertaining enough to carry you through. But what begins as so comically over-the-top, tries to change tack, and ends up attempting the dramatic and romantic. It's too confused.
Marc B (kr) wrote: Wedged somewhere between The Running Man and The Hunger Games, but by far the most violent. Unfortunately the violence is boring and uninspired. Great concept but falls flat in just about every sense. The positive is the strangely believable performances from the young cast. Don't believe the hype.
Evicwa (fr) wrote: He fell in love for the first time... she fell in love forever He taught her how to live. She taughthim to love. Romantic drama about an aging playboy who falls for sweet, but terminally ill, young woman.
Joseph S (ca) wrote: "A good film should be like a pebble in your shoe"If you can wait til the final scene, it's worth it, but if not, it's understandable. Some haunting images though, even if the title of the film is over every frame, lest you forget your watching a movie...., moves a lot faster than "Element Of Crime" anyway. And the last scene really is unforgettable.The horrors of screen-writing, a plauge on all mankind.
Martin T (fr) wrote: I only watched 40 minutes, but trust me, that was enough. You could easily tell where this clichd, predictable trash was heading. Lousy acting, lousy production values, even lousy lighting. This seemed more like a high school project than a professional production. Based on the high iMDB score, I was hoping for something of Satyajit Ray-level quality. Not even close.
Tony P (mx) wrote: Credible reboot of the long running franchise starring Daniel Craig that actually goes back to the original Ian Fleming source material and makes the Pierce Brosnan era welcome history. The film is more serious (no Q or Moneypenny characters, less gadget emphasis) but still has breathtaking action sequences that are less CGI and an improvement on its predecessor Die Another Day.I remember when Craig was first cast the furore it caused amongst some Bond fans. They need not have worried to be fair.Many memorable scenes from the novel are faithfully adapted but the card game in the Casino Royale is changed to Texas Hold'em Poker.
Ken S (de) wrote: This 50s alien invasion movie would be pretty lame if it had taken itself seriously. Luckily, it became a bit of a comedy in the midst of production...and while the intentional comedic moments aren't terribly funny, they help make the whole goofy affair a little more fun. The aliens look ridiculous, but they are the inspiration for Futurama's Morbo! Had this taken itself seriously at all, it would've been a dreadful movie, but since it had a lighter tone on top of the B-science fiction/horror elements...it worked for me.
Marcus H (fr) wrote: The original rom-com. This zany feature sets the stage for Hepburn and she dances all the way with it.
Jon D (ca) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time
Ola G (ru) wrote: Arkady Renko (William Hurt) is the chief investigator for the Militia in Moscow. After a triple homicide in Gorky Park, where the bodies have been mutilated beyond recognition, Renko starts his investigation. He realises soon enough that no one really wants him to solve the crime because it is just the tip of a complex conspiracy which involves the highest levels of the Moscows government officials and an american named Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin). Based on Martin Cruz Smiths novel, this is an ok thriller with big names such as Wiliam Hurt, Brian Dennehy and Lee Marvin. Its a shame that the production team were never allowed to film in Moscow (the cold war was still on) so they had to shoot it in Helsinki. I reckon the majestic scenery of Moscow would have given the movie a nice layer. The fact that people speak english and not russian (or at least tries), adds a bit of a comic effect when some actors has a very broad english accent. This is a pretty big minus I would say. Apparently nobody cared back in 1983... The acting becomes as well a bit stiff and theatrical at times. And the ending is, well not that exciting. However, "Gorky Park" has its moments.