Arna's Children

Arna's Children

Juliano Mer Khamis' documentary on his mother, Arna, an activist against the Israeli occupation who founded an alternative education system for Palestinian children.

Juliano Mer Khamis' documentary on his mother, Arna, an activist against the Israeli occupation who founded an alternative education system for Palestinian children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Arna's Children torrent reviews

BLACTACULAR (ca) wrote: I am starting to love Luke Goss. Intriguing turn of events.

Nagoul T (ru) wrote: Thought provoking movie with a twist. Enjoyed it although it dragged on at times.

Candy R (gb) wrote: Stereotypical high school movie. Over acting and plastic.

LeMemeMan (kr) wrote: Truly British drama at it's best. Gritty violence, simple but great concept and acting is spot on from all roles. Loved it.

Cobalt B (ca) wrote: European films just have their own unique color palette. I love the cinematography and art direction ( at least during the childhood segment). The sparse soundtrack and close-ups achieve to bring out the lost childhood that dongo goes through. It makes his achievement in the end all the more rewarding. At some points the movie reminds me of a nightmare..not a bad one but one we cant help revisiting.

Paul S (ca) wrote: Funny, poignant film, which made even this athiest understand the nature of faith, and the psychology of those who possess it, a little more. Great performances all round. Terrific.

Michelle R (us) wrote: I can watch this movie anytime!

Taylor W (gb) wrote: What do they think this is. It ain't entertainment that's for sure

Jacob B (gb) wrote: There are a few moments where the editing is repetitive and/or choppy. But Angelina Jolie delivers as supermodel Gia Carangi.

Jeff S (de) wrote: Me and my daughter Natalie love this movie. It has a score of excellent quotes that we regularly share. I'm watching it again tonight for about the 50th time. Thinking of you Nat.

X T (fr) wrote: Pretty nice film about a group of middle aged post 68 radicals. The monchrome footage portraying the characters' interiority is quite a funny narrative device. Tanner incorporates the Marxist ideas into the emsemble of characters well enough. It makes it quite a talky film which is at times a bit too didactic. I don't know if it's because the film is that dated, but some of the characters have this quirkiness that rubs me the wrong way.

Benjamin J (kr) wrote: Plot-wise, this is slightly more complex than the previous two movies, and with the ropey scripts it can make things a bit hard to follow. However, if you manage to get into it, there's a brilliant mix of action and samurai/clan politics that makes for good watching. Also, Daigoro also manages to get a bit of screen time to himself for a change. He has earned it.

Dave S (fr) wrote: This was a shitty movie. I did not anticipate this movie being anywhere close to being fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.... wtf? I like Chucky for the most part, but they should let him rest. They are just trying to squeeze money out of an already dead franchise.

Evan K (jp) wrote: Doesn't do anything new or inventive, but it particularly resonates with me as I'm in the exact same position.

BrickInTheWall82 (au) wrote: I'm sorry if certain other reviewers didn't get this movie. Luckily, they released an animated short film called "Dark Fury" to bridge the gap. I'd suggest watching that in between Pitch Black and Chronicles.

Carlos A (gb) wrote: Nunca me cansare de ver esta pelicula esta muy buena