A Life Without Pain
The film explores the daily lives of three children with Congenital insensitivity to pain, a rare genetic disorder shared by just a hundred people in the world. Three-year-old Gabby from Minnesota, 7-year-old Miriam from Norway and 10-year-old Jamilah from Germany have to be carefully guarded by their parents so they don't suffer serious, life-altering injuries.
The film explores the daily lives of three children with Congenital insensitivity to pain, a rare genetic disorder shared by just a hundred people in the world. Three-year-old Gabby from Minnesota, 7-year-old Miriam from Norway and 10-year-old Jamilah from Germany have to be carefully guarded by their parents so they don't suffer serious, life-altering injuries. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Life Without Pain torrent reviews
(au) wrote: The benchmark for all retro black comedies to come.
(ag) wrote: Informative, eye-opening, and somewhat entertaining...but still leaves you with a feeling that something's not finished. Perhaps it's the style, the way it was shot, or possibly the editing. For those interested in how our legal process, judicial system, & legal academia works & affects our lives in this country...check this shit out on Netflix Instant if you get a chance. NOT FOR EVERYBODY!...although the info in this doc would benefit everybody out there. I'm pretty sure documentary & legal enthusiasts will ultimately dig it.
(es) wrote: A kind of liberal protest to the WTO. It manages to humanize the cause, but still seems to miss the point of the protest and the bigger picture by weaving a story of people that are inconsequential on the whole. Regardless, it still raises awareness about important issues that most have no clue about, and it is for this reason that it is a successful film with a strong cast and a cameo by the Grenadian flag.
(br) wrote: Phenomenal acting by everyone, but lacking any plot interesting enough to keep the average viewer focused.
(ag) wrote: Well, well, well. I pretty much loved this little indie flick with virtual unknowns Rachel Nichols and Jackson Hurst, both really good actorsrs and very attractive people, playing offbeat lovebirds ( sorry about the pun). Hust plays a private guy who keeps to himself and speaks little, who, we learn as the film unfolds, is bearing the pain of a terrible childhood trauma--and not your typical abuse trauma so in vogue. Nichols is a beautiful, wacky bohemian-ytoe librarian dog-lover, so of course she is my kind of girl. She aggressively goes after Hurst who is befuddled as she rocks his safe little sad world. But, he warms up to her and....love develops in a very touching and believable way. All this ties into a parrot who flew into Hurst's trailer and sers them on search to discover its past owners, and gives them a united purpose in their immediate lives. The bible and God's serendipitous plan are mentioned gently throughout, which got it another vote from me. The surprise-ish ending pulls it together and I'd honestly see this indie gem again, preferably with daughters.
(ca) wrote: While this gets more than a little preachy, I enjoyed the picture of love between an older husband and wife enormously.
(gb) wrote: really enjoyed this, blood and shootings galore, with a decent ending well worth watching
(de) wrote: Filme tenso e muito intenso. Mais um trabalho primoroso de Christian Bale e um show de direo seca de Herzog.
(br) wrote: The third and final part of the Man with No Name trilogy is the best of the three thanks to Leone using the experience gained from the previous two to give us a truly epic Western. Though I do have a general problem with the length of the film (as some parts seem unnecessary) at least the rest is used to bring forth character development, some intense and well shot scenes and the best action of the series. It also looks great (with even better landscapes than before), the score is immense, I like how the three main characters are set up, the plot is solid and the script though serviceable does have some noteworthy lines.
(br) wrote: Breaths life into,as you can think at first,lifeless things.