An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker
Senada is 31 and she lives in Poljice neighborhood in Lukavac municipality with her partner and two daughters. She is pregnant with her third child for approximately five months. Since she didn’t have health insurance, she does not go to the doctor’s. When she started bleeding, she goes to the hospital. The doctor told Senada that she needs an emergency surgery and she needs to pay 500 EUR. Without a health insurance card and without money, Senada returns home.
A Roma family lives far from the urban centres of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The father Nazif salvages metal from old cars and sells it to a scrap-dealer. The mother Senada keeps the house tidy, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: A stress buster, it drags at certain times but nevertheless a fun outing..perfect paisa vasool movie..
(fr) wrote: Definintely not as good as the first Omega Code movie - i was kind of bummed because this could have been so much better. The only thing that is actually from the Bible in this movie is the fact that Christ comes down in the end and kicks the crap out of Satan and the Anti-christ. If you're bored, watch it, if not, don't waste your time.
(au) wrote: 4.5/5. Revisiting "True Romance" is always a lot of fun, and the fan-edited "Tarantino Cut" - which sees Tarantino's structure for the film meticulously restored - is a really intriguing way to re-examine this film. Tony Scott, by Tarantino's own assessment, did a fine job of filming pretty much everything Tarantino wrote in his screenplay, but structured the story in a more conventional manner than he would have preferred. The re-edit works because there are now more builds and revelations throughout the narrative. With the exception of a few additional Christopher Walken scenes - which are really superfluous and diminish the impact of his iconic scene with Dennis Hopper - this fan-made cut is really worth watching. The alternate ending (which was available as a DVD extra on the original cut) makes for interesting consideration and is arguably more realistic, but not necessarily as satisfying as that of the theatrically released version.Tarantino was at the top of his game when he wrote this film, creating numerous memorable characters and scenes - at the top of the list of which remains the now classic interrogation scene between Walken's haughty gang boss and Hopper's protective cop-father. Gary Oldman is completely astounding as the would-be black pimp / drug boss Drexl. Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette are utterly charming. James Gandolfini's career was effectively started by his wonderful performance in his single scene as a hired hitman. "True Romance" is *almost* too violent, but straddles those fine lines between gratuitousness, glorification and impactful serving of the narrative with a deft and stylish hand. It is a uniquely grim, comic, violent and sweet film, replete with great characters played by perfectly cast actors and an undulating pace which gradually builds to a wonderfully chaotic climax. Whichever version you watch, "True Romance" remains one of the great modern black comedies of hollywood, its explosive excesses handled adeptly by Tony Scott, who with Quentin Tarantino's singularly sharp screenplay ,created a classic film of the 1990's.
(ru) wrote: A lovely toast to bookworms everywhere. It's the kind of simple story that makes you smile about living. Recommended for any rainy afternoon.
(fr) wrote: This film is just fun and crazy. Its highly entertaining and one of the best Godzilla movies from the 70s.
(ca) wrote: Probably the best film Elvis ever made. Great story, great acting, great music.
(fr) wrote: it was ok but the romance was terrible. Why do they have a CGI lion in the mansion. B