Antonio Gramsci: The Days of Prison
Antonio Gramsci: The Days of Prison is a 1977 Italian drama directed by Lino Del Fra.
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Trey V (de) wrote: It is exactly what you'd expect from one of today's great stand-up comedians. Kevin Hart brings a ton of energy to the stage, which makes his already hilarious jokes even funnier.
Alfredo S (gb) wrote: DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE
Paul D (mx) wrote: This is just a whole lot of awful! The pacing is atrocious and it's impossible to care about or even mildly like anyone in this film. Sam Rockwell does have talent...but this is a horrible movie.
Juliano K (ru) wrote: hung to it. its watchable!!!!
Rob L (br) wrote: Edge of seat thriller till the end!
Valberta G (kr) wrote: There are no words to describe this movie. Truly one of the best Native films I have watched!!! Amazing SFX, acting!
ankush j (jp) wrote: A rip off of "an affair to remember" .. but still u can enjoy it if u haven't seen the original.
Brian V (gb) wrote: It was on cable and wanted to watch it because of the reference from '40 Year Old Virgin'. Not a good movie, but mentally chuckled every time David Caruso was on screen.
James M (mx) wrote: Harmless comedy for children featuring Harvey Keitel, a young Thora Birch and a monkey with a waistcoat & fez.
Carlos B (ca) wrote: I usually finish films no matter how bad they are but after the first 30 minutes I almost went blind with this... and had to stop it. This movie is such a horrible end to the Nerds Saga. Bad acting all around,cheesy lines..hey if it got better at the end,good for them, but it's one of those movies I will not finish watching...ever. They made me suffer way to much on the first few minutes of this mess. Again a Sad, Sad way to end such a funny 80's series.
TMS S (gb) wrote: Loved every minute of this movie! Glad she and him become each other's peace!!! LOVE!!
Owen D (fr) wrote: One of the greatest, yet simultaneously fairly underrated as well as visually-stunning, humorous, wild. authentic, most intense, & violent cult films ever made & put to celluloid period.
Greg R (es) wrote: It's a really smart, clever but cynical comedy. It reverses the character roles, the guy who seems like the bad guy is the good guy and vice versa. It's a really good film, and I highly recommend it.
Dennis J (ca) wrote: Seagal is now a fat old man of 64... seriously...An insult to special ops guys.
Mike J (kr) wrote: I love Bishop in this one *ahem* I mean Lance Henriksen.
Brian R (gb) wrote: Atom Egoyan goes back to his filmmaking trademarks in "Adoration" The story of a high school French teacher reads to her class a report of a terrorist who planted a bomb in the airline luggage of his pregnant girlfriend. The teacher's student named Simon(Devon Bostick) imagines the story as his own parents story. Sabine(Arsinee Khanjian) asks Simon to develop the story as a drama exercise, to read it to the class, and for dramatic effect to pretend that it really happened. He does so which draws in consequences... In his presentation to the class, Simon says that he is the unborn child, his mother was the innocent being led to her demise, and his father was the killer out to murder 400 innocent people to promote a cause. The only problem with the story is that it is not true. The incident never happened. The film exposes the ease with which people are willing to accept what they are told without question and how modern technology has become a useful tool for those eager to disseminate falsehood. According to the director, the film is "about people dealing with absences. He (Simon) imagines having a father who is a demon; he wants to go as far as possible into what that might mean." Adoration begins with an indelible image - a young woman standing at the end of a pier overlooking a river playing the violin while her husband and young son watch in awe. Moving forward and backward in time with great ease, the film slowly constructs the events which have led to Simon's school confessional. The key player is Simon's French teacher Sabine (Arsine Khanjian) whose own family was killed in Lebanon by a terrorist attack. Sabine reads an article to the class about an incident that occurred in 1986 in which a Jordanian man, Nezar Hindawi, sent his pregnant Irish girlfriend on an El Al flight with a bomb in her handbag, of which she had no knowledge until it was discovered by Israeli airport security. Heavily influenced by his bigoted grandfather Morris (Kenneth Walsh) to believe that his father intentionally caused his mother's death in a car crash, the vulnerable Simon constructs a parallel between the article read by his French teacher and the death of his parents. On his own, Simon posts his fake story on the Internet and has to deal with emotional responses from holocaust victims, holocaust deniers, students, and professors talking about terrorism, martyrdom, and heroism. It is a discussion that often sinks to the level of victimization as portrayed by veteran actor Maury Chaykin who blames the bogus airplane incident for "ruining" his life. Simon's uncle, Tom (Scott Speedman), who raised the boy after his parents' death, acts as a mediator between his nephew and the teacher who encourages Simon to tell his fake story in the school auditorium. Tom is a tow truck operator with a short fuse who harbors a deep resentment against his father for the way he was treated as a child and his encounters with Sabine contain some of the film's most intense moments. Aided by a tenderly evocative violin-prominent soundtrack by Mychael Danna, Adoration is an intelligent and imaginative study of family conflict and reconciliation that serves as a compelling probe into human behavior and the ability to distinguish between fact and fiction. Though it contains a great deal of ambiguity and character motivations tend to be somewhat mystifying, Adoration is a very involving film with performances that are uniformly excellent, particularly Arsinee Khanjian as the emotionally-damaged teacher and Speedman and Bostock who provide enough tension to keep us riveted throughout. Egoyan who is known to use the non-linear approach in past movies(Exotica, The Sweet Hereafter) he does so here but this time the effect can be a little confusing. Sometimes I had to double back just to make sure I got the tangled premise, but that isn't to say "Adoration" is a bad picture. Egoyan took me on for a ride and I felt connected with the characters since they suffer from alienation and isolation. The cast does a wonderful job, the visuals is spectacular, and once again it's good to see Egoyan going back to his filmmaking roots.