A photographer and his wife travel across Armenia photographing churches for a calendar project. Travelling with them is a local man acting as their driver and guide. As the project nears completion, the distance between husband and wife grows.
- Stars:Arsinée Khanjian, Ashot Adamyan, Atom Egoyan, Michelle Bellerose, Natalia Jasen, Susan Hamann, Sveta Kohli, Viva Tsvetnova, Roula Said, Annie Szamosi, Anna Pappas, Amanda Martínez, Diane Kofri,
- Country:Armenia, Canada, Germany
- Director:Atom Egoyan,
- Writer:Atom Egoyan
A photographer and his wife take photographs of Armenian churches for use in a calendar. Their driver, a local resident, expounds on the history of the churches while the wife translates. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: To be honest, "The Man Nobody Knew" is not the quite the documentary I was expecting. While this is not entirely a bad thing(there is some great use of rare archival material), it is still a shame that Carl Colby pretty much just works around the margins in trying to get to know who his father, William Colby, former head of the CIA, really was. Such secretiveness was not just due to his father's occupation but his generation when it was not required of a father to be friends with his son or for a man to reveal his feelings or weaknesses. Also of that generation were preconceptions of the Cold War that led to Communist defeat in Italy after World War II but not in Vietnam. While William Colby and family were getting to know President Diem in Saigon, a nationalist struggle was taking root in the countryside.(Not mentioned are canceled elections mandated by the Geneva Accords to unite the country.) So while there is plenty of testimony in favor of the security of the Strategic Hamlet program, nobody mentions that this also cut off the peasants from their land. The Phoenix Program quickly got out of hand, angering the next generation to find out what has been carried out in their name. So William Colby takes the heat in front of Congress and is fired from the CIA while Nelson Rockefeller, Donald Rumsfeld, and Henry Kissinger, a true Axis of Evil, are left in power.
(br) wrote: People Say Animation is Terrible, But this is not an animated movie.This is one of the better Found Footage Films out there.This is actually the first found footage film i have ever seen in my life and saw it in the theatres, Congratulations Josh Trank, You have been rewarded the best director of found footage movies.Score: 8/10
(br) wrote: Great movie....not your typical Hollywood movie. Good Christian message.
(mx) wrote: typical beauty salong movie
(mx) wrote: Scared the hell out of me as a child to the point i was convinced in my older part of life that it wasn't real but it is and its good
(es) wrote: fantastic film, funny, touching and uplifting...a must see.
(es) wrote: Not as good as I expected, but still really good
(it) wrote: Despite an Academy award nominated score and a break out performance by Lesley Ann Warren the studio didn't know what to do with it and it was unceremoniously dumped into a mere handful of theaters. It's a damn shame because it's one of the most charming films about the music business ever made. This film is worth the time and trouble it will take you to see it.
(mx) wrote: So under rated. If you can find it anywhere to rent it's a miracle. It's not that expensive to buy and it's well worth it. You have to really pay attention to absorb the humour as it does have some dark war/weapons/power themes. I guess that's what makes the light parts so funny. Gregory Hines is classic, it's a shame he's no longer with us.
(nl) wrote: 4 out of 10:The not so exciting action scenes and slow pacing make For Your Eyes Only a kind of forgettable Bond film.
(de) wrote: I'm a sucker for Crosby I guess.
(fr) wrote: Watching it in conjunction with 'Exorcist: The Beginning' (The film that was made when the studio was unhappy with this version) is really quite fascinating. Its perhaps a study more interesting than the films themselves in which you examine how two sets of directors and screenwriters tell essentially the same story with a few changes here and there and the results are radically different. In regards to 'Dominion', its hard to review because it never had a decent post-production budget and therefore feels unfinished. Ultimately I prefer it to the other, but it still isn't that good. Skarsgard is great here and the central dilemma is admittedly a complex and realistic one (i.e. could one's faith and life recover after facing true horror) but the conversations that result are generally predictable and the possession sequences are quite bland (although it could be from the budget constraints). Its mostly well directed by Schrader, but the script is often just to obvious.
(fr) wrote: Better than I expected. The scenery was great.
(kr) wrote: I love Jennifer Beals!
(ru) wrote: Hes less hanmy than usual
(us) wrote: Pretty good war movie with appropriate moral equivocation. Character development rudimentary. Action believable except Canadian snipers must miss once in a while! Afghan characters seem stereotyped but maybe that's the way they are. And the Canadians seem way more into the mission than I think they were. All in all not one to watch again.
(kr) wrote: Slither feels like one of those old monster or creature films back in the 50's & 60's. It's gory, it's absurd at times and it was a solid start for James Gunn as a director.