Carla's Song

Carla's Song

A Glasgow man (Robert Carlyle) visits war-torn Nicaragua with a refugee (Oyanka Cabezas) tormented by her memories.

1987, love in time of war. A bus driver George Lennox meets Carla, a Nicaraguan exile living a precarious, profoundly sad life in Glasgow. Her back is scarred, her boyfriend missing, her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rob G (ca) wrote: Powerful film! Not really sure what to say.

Duncan K (kr) wrote: This really is a mixed bag. Some of the songs are good and others aren't. Some of the voices are good and others aren't. The plot is kind of sloppy albeit interesting and the heavy metal backing music mostly worked. However, Paris Hilton is awful. GODAWFUL! She cannot act. She cannot sing. She cannot benefit this film in any way. Can she do anything except be a useless, vacuous, soulless nothing!?

Michael H (kr) wrote: Not quite as good as Lovely and Amazing but still an essential watch if you're into Holofcener's other films.

Paul M (mx) wrote: Oh dear. Typical flimsy sporting movie of fan turned coach turns losing Kicks into All Stars. Cast includes wooden basketball players. Watch something else....

Ron P (jp) wrote: One of the funniest films you've probably never seen.

Greg V (de) wrote: Sesevenen is a classic cat-and-mouse detective with all the gory scenes and scarring images to go along with it and contains stellar performances from it's main actors.

Alexandria M (fr) wrote: Italian peplum film with beefy he-men and large haired women. Hysterical dubbing. "I'm so sleepy, I can barely keep awake" and so forth.

Jenn M (fr) wrote: blah, I thought this was going to be a lot better than it was, the story seemed promising big nope

Eric H (jp) wrote: Howard Hawks and Arthur Rosson's adaptation of Borden Chase's tale of cattle driving across America at first glance (in other words the first twenty minutes or so) seems almost like it won't have much to it, except to glorify the old Cowboys and Indians approach to a western, and to have the lead as a one sided viewpoint over the story. But what soon becomes clear about Red River is that the supporting characters (such as Montgomery Clift as Wayne's son, Walter Brennan as one of the fellow Cattle drivers, Joanne Dru as the lady of the bunch, and Harry Carey as a cattle buyer) bring out a greater sense of humanity to the film, and there are scenes captured by Hawks and his cameraman Russell Harlan that are, for lack of a better word, glorious. Whatever minor flaws come up from the characters is made up by the storytelling qualities of the final product. I'd have to see it again (it was months ago I first viewed it) to know for certain if it's one of the all time best westerns- as some might say- yet from what I saw it is an impressively executed tale.

Eamonn D (br) wrote: Nat king Cole, Jane Fonda and the wonderful Lee Marvin

Michael G (ru) wrote: Camera shots seemed very amateur at some parts, but the acting was great and I was entertained through most of it.