Fisherman’s son Benjamin - Bennie - Stout is a boy with a heart of gold who always gets himself into trouble. His St. Nicholas wish list includes a pedal car, just like the one the sneaky mayor’s son Roderick has. These are the depression years in the 1930s and because the haul falls short, his father stays in Spain a little longer to earn some extra money. Bennie now only has one wish left: that his father will come home. If need be, he will go and get him from Spain himself. He catches Roderick erasing his name from the Bad Children list in St. Nicholas’ Great Book when an idea occurs to him. He quickly adds his name to the list, which lands him a place in St. Nicholas’ bag. But the saint does not understand that Bennie doesn’t mind going to Spain.
Laara C (ca) wrote: 'A Bottle in the Gaza Sea' is about finding friendship and perhaps even love attraction between two older teens. Even though their is a conflict between the places that they live and the current war that is going on. It both affects them in some way, specially Tal who tries to find answers on why certain things are happening. They still find a way to support each other, him learning French so his able to get out of his hometown while she supports him learning French so his able to expand himself more and leave a hostile place but perhaps for them to meet each other one day. The ending, does explain a connection between them so who knows if they truly meet in France.
Juli N (gb) wrote: Forget the nail salon trip you won't have any fingernails left by the time the credits scroll!
Tracey H (ca) wrote: good movie ..to cute
Rika A (br) wrote: I liked the movie.. and totally liked Christian kane =D
Alexis W (jp) wrote: The cast is full of stellar actors all delivering fine performances. The films dialogue however, focussed on social commentary and their personal battles to find meaning and purpose in their lives and the world seem forced and contrived. Dylans songs seem to keep the movie together.
Alexandre C (ru) wrote: mon dieux Que Ray Liotta a dlair vieux ds ce film la
WS W (mx) wrote: Masanobu Ando in teens.
Arthur M (ag) wrote: Turner tima, mas os personagens so magros e unidimensionais e Nicolas Cage (d) bizarro
Wahida K (br) wrote: Rajendra Kumar was so Handsome. His acting was so nice, he use to play a Gentleman. Not really a Sharmila Tagore fan (Saif Ali Khan`s Mum - not his fan either) Not bad Movie but great Songs.
Leonardo C (it) wrote: S vi o Frances, e Truffaut continua muito bem a historia de Antoine Doinel.
Angie T (es) wrote: This movie was FREAKY!!! Glad I watched it on a plane surrounded by people~ lol...