Clouds Over Conakry
BB works as a political cartoonist at a liberal newspaper, his more outrageous efforts duly appreciated but not necessarily published by his boss. He's in love with the boss’ lovely, talented computer-scientist daughter, Kesso. But his choice meets with stiff opposition from his strict Muslim father Karamako, who is the chief of his village as well as imam of Conakry, especially when Kesso becomes pregnant with BB’s child.
- Stars:Tyler Perry, Alexandre Ogou, Tella Kpomahou, Balla Moussa Keita, Jeannot Coker, Fatoumata Diawara, Aicha Konate, Koumba Doumbouya, Mahawa Camara, Rouguiatou Camara, Fifi-Dalla Kouyate, Abdoulaye Diallo, Kadé Seck, Assata Camara, Sékou Tidiane Camara, Aïcha Touré,
- Country:Guinea, France
- Director:Cheick Fantamady Camara,
- Writer:Cheick Fantamady Camara, Isabelle Chesneau
BB works as a political cartoonist at a liberal newspaper, his more outrageous efforts duly appreciated but not necessarily published by his boss. He's in love with the boss’ lovely, talented computer-scientist daughter, Kesso. But his choice meets with stiff opposition from his strict Muslim father Karamako, who is the chief of his village as well as imam of Conakry, especially when Kesso becomes pregnant with BB’s child. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Clouds Over Conakry torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Torture-porn pas Porn et mme pas trop Torture, Bitter feast" pouvait au moins compter sur un sujet d'une certaine originalite : un chef-cuistot ulcere par les critiques d'un bloggueur decide de lui apprendre sa manire les multiples subtilites de l'art culinaire. Aurait-il ete japonais que le film aurait vire sans coup ferir au cannibalisme : Mais "Bitter feast" est americain et se limite une trs plate histoire de sequestration qui ne parvient jamais susciter l'horreur, la revulsion ou mme la tension tant les acteurs sont la ramasse et le procede manque d'imagination : pour tout vous dire, au point de violence le plus paroxystique, la victime se prends un mechant coup de polle frire en travers de la gueule. Chaude, la polle. Quand mme.
(es) wrote: A little slow to start, but once the characters have all been introduced the pace picks up. It's silly but enjoyable. I think anyone who's ever tried to produce anything, and had to deal with all the various egos, will enjoy the film.
(ru) wrote: Being a pretty decent fan of Alan Moore's writing: Watchmen, V for Vendetta, Lost Girls, I watched this documentary hoping it might delve more into his artistic process. Into his personal life. What I got instead was a grand soliloquy of his personal philosphies affected by Moore's interest in magic, life, and other opiate drizzled ramblings about what-it-is.
(ag) wrote: An insightful but over-extended piece of agit-prop which blunts its point...Brave New Films founder Robert Greenwald (??Steal This Movie?? & ??Xanadu??) extends the popular second documentary short in his ??Un-trilogy?? into this theatrical release which premiered at the 57th Cannes Film Festival alongside the more accomplished ??Fahrenheit 9/11?? by fellow agit-prop film-maker Michael Moore.A curiously drawn-out prologue in which the participants establish their credentials is followed by an expert lead examination of the railroading of America, against the advice of the intelligence community, with scare-tactics, self-serving informants and distorted intelligence into an unprecedented pre-emptive war, before finally turning on the Neo-cons.Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern heads up a battalion of well-informed but somewhat wasted whistleblowers, David Albright, Joe Wilson and Dr. David Kay, in a particularly mind-numbing 2004 interlude, who provide compelling alternative analysis of the 2003 State of the Union Address, Colin Powell??s UN Address and other milestones in the rush to war.The veteran television director relies on his impressive assemblage of experts to provide a seemingly authoritative re-analysis of the events in a format which worked well in the original version but overwhelms the message as it is overstretched in this extended edition where the ever changing array of talking heads becomes a little wearying.??Our people are gonna find out the truth.??
(gb) wrote: Quite possibly the strangest Steven Seagal movie ever made. It has 60's Batman crooked angles, a sorcerer, a transvestite assassin and a whole bunch of other strange things. But it is kinda entertaining, especially this early in Seagal's DTV career.
(it) wrote: It was a Disney movie, so I should have known it was going to be sappy and not very interesting. Though I liked it to some extent, it was still a waste of my precious time. It was supposedly a twist on the original Robin Hood story, but of course, it was more of an exaggeration of the story with a new plot about Robin Hood's daughter and placing King Richard's son, Prince Phillip on England's throne. It romanticizes thieves and basically ignores reality, but otherwise, it was ok, boring.
(kr) wrote: Too long and boring but with a happy ending and fair performances.
(br) wrote: Awful, senseless and sad
(gb) wrote: Silly? Check. Pathetic? Check. Bbbbbad? Oh yes.
(ag) wrote: Some orginal bits and old routines that will, just plainly, never get old. The Spanish Inquisition is not among the live routine. While that may seem like a drag, the sketch where John Cleese played the Pope was a praiseworthy substitute. Eric Idle singing the Lumberjack Song was unexpected and very funny. Good energy, good times and maybe the most legal fun you could have in Hollywood back in 1982. Take a minute and think. How many live sketch comedy shows today are there where the performers throw beer into the audience while calling everyone on stage Bruce. None.
(gb) wrote: Lee Marvin leads a massive manhunt on Charles Bronson in the unforgiving Canadian north. One of the greatest casts ever assembled. Unfortunately they don't seem to make them like this anymore.
(nl) wrote: Vincent Price owns aggrieved insanity.
(au) wrote: One brutal but good looking british spy played by Marlon Brando arrives at this portugese colonial island in the carrabean in the early 1800'sHe has got plan to help out a slave rebellion against the europeans only to find out that it's already been crushed before his arrival - so he has to invent a new one.Brandos role man Walker is a man with litlle morale, changing loyalties as it suites him, with no reflections over the outcome or the consequences.When he finally grows some conscience, it's too late and a lot of people are dead and the whole Island is burned down, kind of.The movie is not that far away from the classic Herzog/Kinski epic "cobra Verde" but Marlon is of course not that mad that Klaus Kinski is.There were some movie around 1969-70 that was filmed in the third world and had some kind of a documentary feel eventhough it was drama, and this is one of them. It's not fantastic, but not bad. Brando plays out grande and complex
(nl) wrote: Som The Beast from 20000 Fathoms (samme regissr, som sedan gjorde nnu en film med en gigantisk dla), fast segare och smre p de flesta stt.
(ag) wrote: The plot mechanics are helped in two big ways: the presence of Simone Signoret and a very determined emphasis on class and age. The latter really lifts this above what could have been a fairly standard love triangle type of story.
(fr) wrote: Great little musical with some really wonderful songs - "Happiness is Just a Thing Called Joe," "Taking a Chance on Love." Appearances by Louis Armstrong as one of Lucifer Jr.'s associates and Duke Ellington. You have to get past the 1943 depictions of African Americans, obviously, and take the film for what it is.