1949 the early years of the Cold War. Albert Schweitzer has become one of the most admired men in the world. The "jungle doctor" Albert Schweitzer tells the story of a philosopher and physician who promoted peace during the Cold War, built a hospital in what is now Gabon and proved stronger than the CIA.
- Stars:Michael McKiddy, Ross Kidder, Markus Taylor, Thomas Galasso, Natalie Victoria, Eden Malyn, Benjamin Webster, Greg Dow, Jeroen Krabbé, Barbara Hershey, Judith Godrèche, Samuel West, Jeanette Hain, Patrice Naiambana, Jonathan Firth, Armin Rohde, Eleonore Weisgerber, Hans Werner Meyer, Jennifer Ulrich, Francis Chouler, Michael Dube, Ivan Theodore Idzik, Sean Cameron Michael,
- Country:Germany, South Africa
- Director:Gavin Millar,
- Writer:James Brabazon (original screenplay), David Howard (screenplay), Gavin Millar (screenplay)
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Albert Schweitzer torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Let's see. Director can't set up a scene. "Cinematographer" can't find an f-stop. Audio dude can't keep the hum from the video camera out. But, hey, at least they're not as bad as the actors. Horrible movie.
(ca) wrote: from what I saw this was a pretty good movie/documentary about Katy Perry, if your not a big fan of Katy Perry you probably won't enjoy it as much... I'm not a big Katy Perry fan but I like some of her songs...
(ag) wrote: bit of a tv movie but wasn't unwatchable some creative licence with recent events and an untersting dilema if your a believer of religion or duty!
(ca) wrote: This movie was so boring! It had some funny part, but overall it was way too long... I couldn't wait for the movie to be over.
(it) wrote: Absolutely awe-inspiring movie of the music that fueled the anti-apartheid resistance movement in South Africa! Truly amazing, I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who believes in social justice, loves music, or just likes a good documentary.
(mx) wrote: Fascinating study of a man whose obsession with a former schoolmate is disguised as an overabundant willingness to "help". We are never quite sure what fuels this dark psychosis, but we know things aren't right almost from the beginning. The tension quietly builds to a violent climax and leaves the intended victim victorious. The action takes place mainly at the young couple's country chateau. The scenery is pretty, but somewhat nondescript. The script is subtle and drops clues but never fully reveals its destination until the very end. There is a sexual tension that hangs heavily over the story, but it is never blatant or explicitly brought out into the open. Just a general unease in Marcel (Laurent Lucas) and Claire (Mathilde Segnier) triggered by the presence of Harry (Sergi Lopez) and his earthy girlfriend, Prune (translated as Plum, and played by Sophie Guillemin). Well done effort by director Dominik Moll and one that kept this viewer intrigued for nearly two hours.
(fr) wrote: Incredible. Performances of brave, raw vulnerability and beauty.
(ca) wrote: omg this is an abomination to man kind
(fr) wrote: Ostensibly a Jewish film its really the story of the changes that can happen in the process of migration to a new culture. New York city, speciifically the lower east side of Manhattan is the crucible where old meets new, European culture meets American populism. I also liked it because it shows that an older, cultured and educated person can still be very attractive!
(it) wrote: Not my favorite Boetticher/ Scott film but it's very good. I love the ending.
(nl) wrote: The innovative camerawork and remarkable nightclub set overshadow the rather tepid melodramatic plotline.