An unrepentant prodigal son straight out of a Russian jail returns to his hometown, Asht, to help his mother die with dignity. But his debts in his hometown are many and long overdue, the townspeople are tough as nails, and he soon gets more than he expected from the quiet village. In this dark comedy, his third feature, writer-director Jamshed Usmonov cast the population of Asht as its own persuasive self and his own mother and brother as the fractured yet formidable domestic couple.
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Ngc K (ag) wrote: Since this movie trailer came out I haven't had much hope for it. Yet I decided to go for it anyway. Turns out it was very good, this movie brought back those thrilling guns fighting from the 90's and I'd say I will go for the sequel.
ellis r (fr) wrote: Best come back movie ever. Gory, testosterone filled, violent, revenge. Definitely a guys night out movie.
Jamie I (jp) wrote: I can honestly say, since I wasn't born, that I knew nothing about Harvey Milk prior to watching this film. It was so great to see such a pioneer for gay rights especially in the 70s. Even though I knew from the beginning what would happen there's still no preparing for the shock of seeing someone gunned down in cold blood. I applaud the actual Harvey Milk for all he did and I thank the filmmakers for bringing this to modern audiences who may not have known about it before. "I ask this... If there should be an assassination, I would hope that five, ten, one hundred, a thousand would rise. I would like to see every gay lawyer, every gay architect come out - - If a bullet should enter my brain, let that bullet destroy every closet door... And that's all. I ask for the movement to continue. Because it's not about personal gain, not about ego, not about power... it's about the "us's" out there. Not only gays, but the Blacks, the Asians, the disabled, the seniors, the us's. Without hope, the us's give up - I know you cannot live on hope alone, but without it, life is not worth living. So you, and you, and you... You gotta give em' hope... you gotta give em' hope." Highly recommended. Oh yeah and Anita does suck.
Sarah P (nl) wrote: A great wake-up call. The unfortunate part is I'm sure only a very small fraction of the American public has seen this film, let alone even know this problem exists. So wake-up everyone: We can't have it all and expect to go on the way we do now.
Greg L (kr) wrote: This movie isn't that great. Blech.
Stephen V (br) wrote: This film is a perfect example of knowing that even good people are capable of doing inexplicable things, and Staunton never ceases to teach us that lesson. The second half of her performance is breath-taking, and is the epiphany of an emotional defeat.
Wycliffe T (ca) wrote: Ever done something weird and fetishistic in a deserted wilder land? I know I have.
Joe P (fr) wrote: If you're a fan of gore and horror, this movie is for you. The acting is better than expected. The Gore is not as robust as "From Beyond" or "Reanimator." You genuinely understand why things happen as they unfold and it works. The biggest mistake is to show the creature's face on the cover of the movie. It ruins the reveal.
Andrew B (fr) wrote: Ridiculous and terrible.
Dave J (gb) wrote: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 (2009) Voices (In South Korea with English subtitles) HORROR Illogical horror film about a hex that's supposed to be passed with predictable results! It has more unecessary gore than scares. Poor gory carbon copy of what Japanense film makers do best! 1/2 out of 4
Grant S (ru) wrote: One of the great concert films. Up there with The Band's The Last Waltz, Led Zeppelin's The Song Remains the Same (ignoring the surreal non-concert nonsense) and Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense. And yes, I do rate it higher than Woodstock.The list of artists is amazing: Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Simon and Garfunkel, Mamas and the Papas, Jefferson Airplane, The Animals, Otis Redding, Ravi Shankar and Booker T and the MGs, plus Hugh Masekela, Canned Heat and Country Joe and the Fish.Great performances, with, I believe, Janis Joplin giving the stand-out one. Of course, this was the concert where Jimi Hendrix and The Who tossed a coin to see who of the two of them would go on first. Neither wanted to be last, as the other one would be a tough act to follow. The Who won the toss, went on first and, after their set, smashed up their guitars and drums. Hendrix managed to upstage them by setting his guitar on fire...An incredibly historic concert, for many reasons.
CJ C (br) wrote: Don Knotts in the Wild West sure does sound funny, but its still not as good as THE GHOST & MR. CHICKEN. Reminds me of Bob Hopes PALEFACE movies. Luv DK always.
Trinity C (es) wrote: Yay! An old zombie movie!
Fabio L (br) wrote: It has to be seen to the end to be believed, beautiful mind- fucking, psycho-thriller film.