Bran Nue Dae

Bran Nue Dae

In the Summer of 1965 a young man is filled with the life of the idyllic old pearling port Broome - fishing, hanging out with his mates and his girl. However his mother returns him to the religious mission for further schooling. After being punished for an act of youthful rebellion, he runs away from the mission on a journey that ultimately leads him back home.

The movie tells the story of the coming of age of an Aboriginal Australian teenager on a road trip in the late 1960s.  After being punished for an act of youthful rebellion, he runs away from the mission on a journey that ultimately leads him back home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bran Nue Dae torrent reviews

Kace C (ru) wrote: Miracle in Cell No. 7 [Korea, 2013] Damn films like this... I cried a bucket of tears. 8/10

Marta R (es) wrote: I didn't quite get it all, but @ the end, it came together... not a bad film.

Mikko T (jp) wrote: I love this kind of excellent bathroom-humor from time to time. Now was just the right time, this farce kept me entertained 78 minutes.

Kieran F (it) wrote: This film reminded me of Dodgeball but wasn't as funny. The only real saving Grace was Chis Walken. Like most films he's in he steals the show.

Stefan L (nl) wrote: I liked it, but then im a thompson fan, those not familiar with his writing or his infamy will struggle to find interest as this is merely a snapshot of his life and no kind of introduction, if thats what you want, you should refer to the more recent 'Gonzo' documentary

Rob G (ru) wrote: Typical preachy piece of fluff obviously written and directed by someone who doesn't have a clue what they're talking about, but doesn't let that stop them from talking. If you like being told what you should think so you don't have to trouble yourself to do your own thinking, you're going to love this movie. Just a word of warning though, don't look too closely at any of the details involving firearms or you may find yourself laughing so hard that you forget to get your frenzy going. For example, near the climax of the movie where our intrepid anti-hero (Snipes) decides to dramatically and poetically blow his own head off, you can clearly see that his revolver of choice is a hammerless double-action-only revolver, yet when the camera pans away we hear the distinctive sound of the hammer being thumb-cocked into place. I guess in those few seconds while off camera, Snipes used his Popiel's pocket-welder to afix a hammer to the gun just so he could cock it, for dramatic effect you know. The when we hear the sound of the fatal gun shot, we also year - you guessed it - the whine of a ricochet. I guess ithe bullet must have glanced off one of the gold fillings in his teeth or something...But then, if you're the sort of person who would enjoy this movie you probably don't mind when little things like accuracy and truth have to be sacrificed for "the greater good".

Daniel C (nl) wrote: Good intentions, and some good lessons but the bad acting just brings the movie down. Entertaining none the less.

Sheima A (es) wrote: sooooooo touchy and speechless :)

Linnea H (gb) wrote: Best ending ever ^^ Otherwise good movie too, Rickman is brilliant :)

Chay T (br) wrote: Beautiful! Loved how this was made and sad too in the end.

Kyle G (fr) wrote: A wonderful first-person elenco delle accuse -- sonorous, tender-minded, and rich with plaints both straightforward and ironic.

Brady S (ru) wrote: One of the best remembered films of my childhood. Both lead actors won the Oscar for best acting that year as well as best writing. A lovely film about getting old and getting over resentments of the past. Gorgeous scenery, amazing acting, and a beautiful score by jazz musician Dave Grusin. This film gets me to laugh and cry, especially the scene at the end when real father and daughter Henry Fonda and Jane Fonda reconcile their relationship. This movie is the definition of charming.

Tom S (ag) wrote: A murder mystery, as noted in the consensus, reminiscent of the game of Clue. There are so many actors that it's a bit difficult to keep track of who is whom. This clearly shows the different social strata in the Brit culture at the time.