Bee Season

Bee Season

11-year-old Eliza Naumann comes from an odd family; they all divert their emotional frustrations into secret channels. When Eliza unexpectedly begins winning spelling bees, what had been a stable dynamic within the family becomes disrupted; long held secrets emerge, and a latent spiritual yearning is awakened in her withdrawn father Saul and compulsive mother Miriam. As Eliza moves closer and clos

A wife and mother begins a downward emotional spiral, as her husband avoids their collapsing marriage by immersing himself in his 11 year-old daughter's quest to become a spelling bee champion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Darren C (jp) wrote: Not everyone cares about Rush. They are a nerd band. They are a band that predominantly dudes like, and that most females don't understand/like. They are not pretty. They don't tend to delve into the world of drugs (anymore), groupies or excess (unless you include Neil Peart's excessive motorcycling between gigs). They are, in Geddy Lee's own words "the biggest cult band ever". So why make a documentary about people who are somewhat reserved, shy, and borderline anti-social (in Peart's case)? Because they have been around since the 60's, continue to make interesting music, are 3 of the most proficient musicians in rock, and have influenced countless of people, some famous, most not. Whether they WANT their day in the sun, they deserve it. And Sam Dunn's/Scot McFadyen's documentary illustrates all of this beautifully (even managing to get multiple interviews with Neil Peart, who doesn't generally do interviews ever). It is beautiful. If you don't love Rush, you will likely not bother, but you should. They are incredibly talented Canadians, and as I sit here on Canada Day, I can't think of 3 more talented, amazing and deserving Canadians to speak of. I have always been proud that Rush were Canadian, and that they made "their" music and if others didn't "get" it, too bad. A masterfully designed documentary, about one of my absolute favourite bands ever.

Donovan S (nl) wrote: critically acclaimed... ill try to find it.

Jim L (ag) wrote: I am only giving this film 2-stars because the first 30-min were really good. The problem is the last hour was TERRIBLE. The acting was so bad it seemed like a homemade film or something you would see on late night TV in the 80's. I love horror movies, I love devil films, I hated this movie!

Olivia W (br) wrote: Absolutely brilliant film!!

Dylan G (br) wrote: actually i liked it the songs are catchy, the story is good enough, and overrall i was entertained

Christopher W (jp) wrote: A great bio-pic about a man who found his calling and became a martyr for the love of his people.

Holly R (us) wrote: I am alone nowI am beyond recriminationsCurtains are shutFurniture has goneI'm transformingI'm vibratingI'm glowingI'm flyingLook at me nowI'm flyingLook at me now

Mark B (it) wrote: I was a little afraid this was going to be overly preachy, but it actually does a really good job of covering a variety of different viewpoints and making sure the main characters aren't too stereotypical. I also think they've done a great job with the style of the film.

Ananth K (br) wrote: Daniel Day Lewis is one of greatest actors ever to live and he proved his worth in this movie. Movie heavily relies on Technical Aspects and Daniel day lewis out of world performance to deliver.

Ryley R (it) wrote: The Martian is a bloody fun ride packed with hearty laughs, emotion, and most of all, tender care. Damon brings out the best in Mark Watney and as an audience, we generally feel the emotions he's going through thanks to Damon's stellar performance and Scott's fantastic direction.

Josefine L (ag) wrote: Blev sugen p att se denna efter att jag sett Saving Mr Banks som jag tyckte vldigt mycket om. Men detta var inte s givande tycker jag, men svrt att bedma s lngt efter att den gjordes kanske.