And Thou Shalt Love

And Thou Shalt Love

Ohad, the protagonist, is serving in the Israel Defense Forces as a Hesder student. He has not told anyone that he is gay. He tries various ways of dealing with the conflict between his religious beliefs and his sexual orientation, including Atzat Nefesh. He is told to spend forty days fasting and repenting to help rid him of his homosexual inclinations. He does this and believes himself to be cured. After this, his best friend, Nir, returns from leave. Ohed is torn between his homosexuality and his religion. The film deals with the struggles Ohed faces when it comes to loving God and loving Nir.

Ohad, a young orthodox Jew, is torn between the man he loves and god. Who will he choose? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Simon T (ca) wrote: This is no Shoah. A group of unrepentant Indonesian psychopaths are somehow persuaded to re-enact the barbaric murders they committed in the mid-sixties against anyone claiming to be a Communist. These men are now in their seventies and eighties, but have no guilt or regret. They smoke, they fish, they smile. No epiphany, no moral conscience. It diminishes the film and elevates these appalling people to pond life.

Stuart P (es) wrote: An astutely observed documentary of epic sadness; it captures those left behind in the name of China's 'progress'.

Francis P (ru) wrote: Despite a decent cast of actors, the uber-low budget of this film makes it mildly entertaining at best. A predictable disaster movie.

Gil Y (de) wrote: Not historically accurate, but surprisingly well-done. Worth watching if only for Carlyle's acting.

Jonathan D (es) wrote: It's only bad if you're sure Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock can't make a good movie. Ok you may be right but I liked it.

Christina L (es) wrote: The ending was stupid!!!!!!

Francisco L (it) wrote: Bean provides a lot of laughs and Rowan Atkinson is more comic than ever, however the script is horrible, and the cliches aren't subtle as the narrative is predictable.

Merve B (jp) wrote: puufffff fweijrojewaoknferngkrnegknrkengiencskjhrklwearl

Shawn S (ag) wrote: This has wonderfully over-the-top characters, a great cast, excellent direction, and an exquisite score.

Garrett C (kr) wrote: This is essentially Leone's "Once Upon a Time in America" with an atrocious soundtrack and penchant for anti-violence propaganda.

M C (br) wrote: A gritty western with gripping action and decent acting too. 78/100

Nathan S (mx) wrote: that was a fucking weird french movie.

Shawn W (ru) wrote: A doctor manipulates a patient with amnesia into killing his wife's lover. Good story but could have been better even with pretty good performances from Perkins and Bronson.

Giffy G (de) wrote: Very powerful. It's now about 2 months after I first saw the movie, and I'm still thinking about it. This isn't a movie you watch for its plot, this is a movie you watch for its message. As such, the plot and characterization are a bit paper thin. However, while the specifics the movie addresses are dated, the issues it raises and criticizes are not. Good movie.

Filius S (gb) wrote: Eastern Promises is the least Cronenbergey Cronenberg film that ever Croned a Berg; and that's alright. Enter the seedy world of, uh, London, where the Russian Mob runs the streets. Vincent Cassel plays a bumbling fuck-up mafioso, whose only saving grace is being son to a local Vor (made man, essentially) played by veteran actor Armin Mueller-Stahl. Along for the ride is Cassel's driver, muscle, and all around bad ass, Nikolai, played by Viggo Morgenstein. Although Nikolai is the main draw of the movie, the film is rich in Russian Mafia traditions, so we're partly lead through the exposition of those ideas by "the average joe" character of Anna, played by Naomi Watts. Anywho, Naomi Watts works at a hospital when her life gets flipped turned upside down by a 14 year old girl who dies giving birth. Watts is like "oh shit" and finds a diary and a business card on the body, and decides to investigate. She heads to the restaurant/club on the card and meets a guy who ends up being a mob boss who ends up getting pissed off about the whole thing, and sends Aragorn to off Naomi Watts' Ukranian Uncle. Following the success of the hit, and the years of loyalty within the family, Aragorn gets upgraded in status, and you get to see his cool tattoos. The rest of the film involves Watts trying to get justice, while dealing against villains way outside of her league. The film is notable for being one of the finest films regarding Russian criminal organizations, avoiding ridiculous stereotypes while also showing the brutality, deception, and ritual culture of the clandestine groups. The film is also known for its realism, with Aragorn's tattoos being considered so accurate that customers would weep into their pickled herring anytime he would go to a nearby Russian diner for lunch. The movie is also noteworthy for discussing the underestimated and extremely significant criminal market that is human trafficking, and the effects it has among countries, groups, and women.All things concerning the story aside, the film is also extremely proficient technically. The acting is damn fine (especially from Morgenstein), the cinematography is gritty (matching the tone of the film perfectly), the music is haunting, and the pace of the film is so close to perfect that I don't even know how they could have made it better. Aside from that, great films have something regular films don't: memorable scenes. Eastern Promises has a lot of those, almost all of which are carried by Morgenstein, including a scene where he carefully preps a corpse for disposal, and another where he fights some dudes in a bath house with his dick flopping all over the place. Awesome. TL;DR - 9/10Cronenberg is solid. Motherfucker made The Fly. Although crime is not a film genre he's deeply involved in, Eastern Promises proves that the dude can do whatever he wants and make it dope. So if you're looking for a realistic crime movie about the Russian mob, with some great acting and a solid storyline, then here it is. Watch the movie. Or buy it, so that way when people come over and see it on your shelf, they'll know you mean fucking business, and they'll be weeping into their pickled herring in no time at all.