Children of Sarajevo

Children of Sarajevo

A microcosm of the fathomless suffering that remains more than 16 years since the siege of Sarajevo ended, writer-director Aida Begic’s follow-up to her 2008 Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize-winning debut Snow tells the story of two orphaned siblings struggling in a transitional society where only the fittest survive.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Bosnian
  • Reference:Imdb
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A microcosm of the fathomless suffering that remains more than 16 years since the siege of Sarajevo ended, writer-director Aida Begic’s follow-up to her 2008 Cannes Critics’ Week Grand Prize-winning debut Snow tells the story of two orphaned siblings struggling in a transitional society where only the fittest survive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tony P (br) wrote: In a way, this is what Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter should have been. It doesn't take itself too seriously. There are cheesy effects, the acting is okay, and some of the humor is hit and miss, but I enjoyed it.

Salla I (es) wrote: Konehuoneesta se lhtee

Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Dyron W (br) wrote: The movie lost me the moment Nicolas Cage (the film's director) shows up....being Nicolas Cage.

Jacob D (it) wrote: Not better than Borat but still a comedic Masterpiece from Sasha Baron Cohen.

Trevor M (us) wrote: This movie is the best I've ever seen. It gives a great look on life and to expect the unexpected with insightful quotes and lessons from every character. Tom Hanks does an exceptional job portraying this character and Gary Sinise does an amazing job as Lieutenant Dan Taylor as well as Robin Wright who plays Forrest's compassionate friend and wife, Jenny. This movie is a treasure.

Jeff K (it) wrote: Having actually grown up in Nagoya and having been a fan of the Chunichi Dragons, this movie holds a special place in my heart. It gives a decent effort to show how complicated it is for a MLB player to actually play in Japan and also shows how fanatical are about their national pastime. First half is definitely a 5 for me and the second falls to a 3 based on the plot. Overall this is one of my favorite baseball movies.

Skyler B (mx) wrote: Its all about the main character. Benoit is a nightmare and I couldn't keep my eyes away from the screen the whole time. I was left in a state of unease throughout. However, it might be said to have gone on for too long and grown slightly stale. Love that black and white, however.

Simon D (us) wrote: I've seen a few of these comedy sketch films from 70's USA and this one is probably the best. It has some genuinely funny sketches. Like an American Monty Python film.

Lee M (mx) wrote: A picture possessing a host of first-class pedigrees, Plenty emerges as an absorbing and fastidiously made adaptation of David Hare's acclaimed play, but also comes off as cold and perhaps unaffecting.

Todd L (us) wrote: Burt Reynolds star was starting to fade when this stinker came along. Made in 1985 but it feels straight out of the late 70's. The production values are low and the acting is terrible...especially George Segal. Will be remembered for one spectacular stunt toward the end, though.

Alexander C (au) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.

Martin T (ca) wrote: Very much follows in the footsteps of T-Men. Again a police procedural/government agency flick about two agents infiltrating an underground operation... in this case, illegal immigration instead of counterfeiting. A lot of the beats are the same, but they diverge plenty enough so it doesn't feel like a complete rehash. Again, Anthony Mann works with John Alton to bring some excellent imagery to the screen, and the film serves as a transition into Mann's Western period, capturing the sparse and wild countryside of the southwest. Performances are a step up from the earlier film, with Ricardo Montalban and George Murphy both likeable (if not terribly complex), supported a handful of interesting secondary roles. In sharp contrast to some of today's bone-headed attitudes, the film admirably never once makes the workers out to be the villains, instead taking aim at those who exploit them on both sides of the border. It also treats Mexican in a surprisingly dignified and unstereotypical manner, with a couple of expections. The ending is too pat (problem SOLVED!) but one grows to expect that kind of thing. Maybe a trifle slow at times, but when the tension ratchets up, the action scenes really deliver.

Grant S (fr) wrote: Columnist Ann Mitchell has just been made redundant by her newspaper. She has one more column to write and in a fit of pique her final column is a fake letter from a John Doe, saying that, due to the state of society, he intends committing suicide on Christmas Eve. The column sparks an immediate backlash, with local politicians claiming it is a hoax letter aimed at them. With the publicity, Ms Mitchell sees an opportunity and convinces the newspaper to take her back, turning the John Doe story into a series of articles. To convince the public that John Doe is real she finds a down-and-out drifter to play him. The owner of the newspaper, media tycoon DB Norton, gets behind the idea, resulting in John Doe becoming a household name and starting a social revolution.Wonderful, emotional movie from the master of feel-good movies, Frank Capra (It's A Wonderful Life, Mr Deeds Goes To Town, Mr Smith Goes To Washington, It Happened One Night, You Can't Take It With You). Idealistic and unashamedly schmaltzy (as with many of his movies) yet it works. There's a warmth to it all and the idealistic story actually has a lot of practical merit.Some very funny moments too.Great performance by Gary Cooper as John Doe. Quite understated and subtle delivery, a Cooper trademark, and perfect for the part. Good work too by Barbara Stanwyck as Ann Mitchell.

N M (gb) wrote: Mia Farrow's character is so unbelievably needy and passive, Ruth Gordon's acting mannerisms really distract but this is still a movie worth watching. Mia Farrow's and John Cassavetes' acting both hold your attention and Polanski does an excellent job of structuring a "believable" modern day horror story, effectively using the iconic Dakota apt. building as a starring character. The movie is also fascinating as a precursor to the real life horrors that followed for Polanski, with the murder of his wife by a satanic cult and the murder of John Lennon in front of the Dakota where he lived.

Jessica H (br) wrote: Far from reality, but not without a few laughs.

Alex K (gb) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.