An Everlasting Piece

An Everlasting Piece

Colin (Barry McEvoy) is a Catholic and George (Brian O'Byrne) is a poetry-loving Protestant. In Belfast in the 1980s, they could have been enemies, but instead they became business partners. After persuading a mad wig salesman, known as the Scalper (Billy Connolly), to sell them his leads, the two embark on a series of house calls

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Joe R (it) wrote: The first half of The November Man is confusing and uninteresting. It does pick up though in the second half with some decent action.

Cynthia S (fr) wrote: Sweet, and inspiring Hallmark Channel movie.

LaShondia C (jp) wrote: I'd like to see this one

Andrew D (nl) wrote: This became one of my favorite movies after I saw it on Sometime several years ago. It was very well done, and was the first movie to introduce me to one of my favorite actors, Mischa Barton.

Danny R (de) wrote: Bob Fosse's dazzling, marvelously surrealistic film which is loosely based on his own life. Joe Gideon is a womanizing, chain-smoking, pill-popping director-choreographer, played brilliantly by the late great Roy Scheider, in a sensational Oscar nominated performance, which is the finest of his career. Gideon's life is a frantic mess, he is directing a big Broadway musical while trying to edit his over-budgeted motion picture about a "Lenny" like-stand up comic, as well as trying to deal with his girlfriend, ex-wife and daughter, while bearing his troubles to an angel in white, wonderfully played by Jessica Lange, who could really be death in disguised. Gideon is literally burning himself out and is inevitably heading down the path towards his own death. Terrific Oscar nominated direction by Bob Fosse, with stunning dance sequences choreographed by him, and expert supporting performances by Leland Palmer, Ann Reinking, Cliff Gorman, Ben Vereen and Erzsebet Foldi. This memorable motion picture earned 9 Academy Awards nominations including Best Picture, Best Director: Bob Fosse, and Best Actor: Roy Scheider. Highly Recommended.

William W (us) wrote: Another one that Vincent Price hits out of the proverbial ballpark. Great fun.

Codie E (mx) wrote: A slow buring film that is admireable but won't leave much of an impression. The performances were very good but it's not one of Kazan's best.

Anthony I (au) wrote: Historic. Monumental. All around, very entraining to watch. The montage is a cinematic technique that will never fail to amaze.

Luke T (nl) wrote: This film may well have won the Academy Award, BAFTA and Golden Globe for Best Picture, but unfortunately this film from director Steve McQueen is one that I was not really keen on.The film is set in pre-Civil War United States, where a free man (played by Chiwetel Ejiofor) is abducted and sold into slavery. Whilst McQueen's direction lets you see the emotion, the film can be extremely harrowing at times, and it is a very hard watch, meaning some of you may find the film uncomfortable. The film can also be confusing as well, meaning it is a little hard to try and work out what's happening.However, because of the movie's big success from the Awards season, it does send out a very important message - that slavery is a very bad thing and it must be stopped. Don't worry if you find this to be an uncomfortable movie.

Eve B (ru) wrote: Moondance Alexander is a Wonderful Family film, Directed by Michael Damian. He's as Talented in Directing as he is in Singing & Acting. This is a Heartwarming Film, that will have you in Tears on occasion. So please make sure you have a Box of Tissue with you handy. :) I Love this movie. It's One of My Favorites. :) Way to Go Michael! You Rock! :)