At Night, They Dance
Seldom has Egypt's capital been so evocatively captured. A fly-on-the-wall doc exploring the mysterious and hard-knock reality of a typical Egyptian belly dancer clan in working-class Cairo. Unparalleled access to this hidden world leaves the viewer fascinated and surprised that at night they dance. Such frankness among Arabic women is all too rare in films.
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At Night, They Dance torrent reviews
(de) wrote: For a cheesy made for dvd movie i found this good fun. It's very young for me admittedly and even most teenagers.. i'd say it's more suited to children but i love the way Lucy Hale and Missi Pyle are pitted against each other.. Pyle plays the role of the evil stepmother very well.
(mx) wrote: "Cowboys & Zombies" is becoming an increasingly popular sub-genre in this never-ending wave of zombie films. While some are pretty good, this one is JUST watchable... Although with a better cast this could have actually been an awesome film... I would say check it out for something different, although not great. At least you'll get a good amount of boobs in this film, that's gotta count for something.
(nl) wrote: Cheesy as hell but good in its own way.
(mx) wrote: It just wasn't funny. Maybe there are 'in' jokes I just didn't get.
(de) wrote: Nicely done animation without a story ... One of the first all CGI movies in France...
(ca) wrote: Kind of like a fairytale gone bad. It was a little too psychological at points, but the ending and subsequent information at the end of the film does make for an interesting theme of retribution.
(it) wrote: I really wish Bobcat Goldthwait could make movies more often.
(ru) wrote: Steve is going to laugh at me for this, but I watched this film for the second time last night, and I kind of enjoyed it. Yes, it's got some amazingly cheesy music, but looking at this in the context of a Lucio Fulci film there's a lot of interest in it. The first thing a Fulci fan will notice is a distinct lack of close-ups of eyes. This is one of Fulci's trademarks, and there would have been plenty of opportunities for some good ones here, but they are nowhere to be found. Why? I don't have the answer, but it's interesting to think about. Also, this film is an early and effective example of Fulci's love of the gross out. Sure, he had used graphic violence before, but always either to shock (the dogs in Lizard in a Woman's Skin) or to enhance the brutality of a scene (Florinda Bolkan's death in Don't Torture a Duckling) but this may have been Fulci's first use of pointless, out of nowhere gore: the discovery of Michael J. Pollard's corpse and the "piece" missing from it. Overall this is a lesser film in the Fulci cannon, but certainly worth watching for Fulci's many fans.
(gb) wrote: we were terrified by this movie last night. I said I could have gone my whole life without seeing it.
(gb) wrote: one of the most intense film experiences of my life, even tho it's fairly easy to tell what will happen from the very beginning. amazing