After the Battle

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DorothyJean D I (au)

osh! just to think: my parents censored this movie while i was growing up! now that i'm older and had a chance to view it; i ask myself - really?. it kinda doesn't hold well (to these current times) great comedy. . . comparing movies release now a days. it's hilarious! in its time i'm sure it was very racy and pushed its limits. lmao! has anyone seen it again

Edith N (es)

Actually, the English pretty much banned all Irish culture--and, after the Jacobite revolt, Scottish as well. The dancing these girls do, I believe, predates those rules and is what the English were forbidding. So [i]Riverdance[/i] is, I guess, throwing off the shackles of English imperialism. This is because the English forbid dancing, but step dancing didn't count, because they were standing in place and not moving their arms. A word on Irish dancing--the Irish have been mocked for step dancing, because it's all standing in place and not moving their arms. It is a beautiful, pure moment, never to be repeated. It is a moment of just the girls, the sisters. However, in the end, tradition and love of the dance catches up to her, too, and she and her sisters share their last perfect moment, watched over by Father Jack and Mike, who can see it but not share it. Kit has spent the entire movie demanding that the girls forget the old Irish feast of Lughnasa, calling it merely something leading up to the Feast of the Blessed Assumption. And, in the end, the sisters share one perfect moment. And, of course, Jack may have been crazy, but he was happier without Kit pressuring him to be normal. But she could not leave the family and Kit, even though it would clearly have been for the best. Chrissy, in particular, could have found something, even with a young son. If she'd let her hold slip a little, the girls would've been able to find other ways of making a living while they were, you know, [i]young[/i]. I think the greatest problem with the family, contrary to her own beliefs, is Kit. And Rosie (Sophie Thompson, Emma's sister) is a moderately retarded woman in love with a highly unappropriate, married man. Aggie (Brid Brennan) is in a dying business, making hand-knitted gloves. Maggie (Kathy Burke) is trying to keep the household together. Chrissy (Catherine McCormack) had a child (Mike, played by Darrell Johnston) out of wedlock; he's our narrator (Gerald McSorley), and in the story, he's maybe nine. His disgrace is responsible for getting Kit (Streep) fired from her teaching job. Their beloved, long-gone brother, Father Jack (Michael Gambon), has returned from Africa and his work among the lepers, but it turns out that he's not converted anyone and seems to have been converted to Pagan ways himself. [i]Dancing at Lughnasa[/i] is about the collapse of one Irish family. Still, I like several of her performances, usually when you're not supposed to like her character very much, and this is one of those times. She's got fourteen nominations, the record, but three of them are Best Supporting, so Katherine Hepburn still wins in my book. Kramer[/i], 1979, and Best Actress for [i]Sophie's Choice[/i], 1982. She still only has two Oscars, Best Supporting for [i]Kramer vs. I don't hate her half so much as Katherine Hepburn did, of course, but I'm not sure if anyone does. I probably never will. I never have. I don't like Meryl Streep

ghaal s (it)

sagar jaisi aankho wali yeh toh baata tere naam hai kya ALL TIME FAV SONG

gokcan i (kr)

. the best digital movie in turkey

Jamie B (es)

it's fiction, but nonetheless a cleverly funny satire. . . For some reason, I always imagined that this film was a mockumentary (no idea why)

Jbone C (ru)

ave to see film jscott sutton aka jbone cro. This is a fabulous weird spaghetti western as it gets, my 2nd cousin and family contributor for the late great character actor GradySutton

Nick P (fr)

This dull, emotionless, contrived and conceited mess of a film has the makings of a high school play gone wrong with shredded direction, hammy performances (especially Colin Farrell and Angelina Jolie, who gives her worst performance out of her whole career and I love her), sparkly cinematography that's somewhat passable and boring tone

Rudy G (it)

does deliver lots of bloody fun!. . . Although it may be a low budget slasher horror film

Steve G (kr)

Not a very famous movie, it got stuck in festivals. Arty movie, you'll have to like it