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Coming Out Party

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  • Rating:
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  • Length: 0 minutes
  • Release: 1970
  • Language: English
  • IMDB link: Coming Out Party
  • Keywords: lost film,  
  • Category: General
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Abigail G (it)

I really enjoyed this quirky, fun love story


Armando R (us)

This movie sucked more than a teething prostitute!


Clay B (kr)

YOUNG BILLY YOUNG (1969)


Cody C (kr)

Definitely watch the Still Would Stand All Time part though, that's mad good, good song and good vibe. Worth seeing if you're a die-hard Prince fan, probably should be skipped if you aren't. But not as good as Clive Barker's personal brand of incomprehensibility. A couple good things in it, but most of the songs aren't very good and it's kind of incomprehensible in a Clive Barker-ish way. Mad whack


Dyron W (jp)

With Chris Tucker gone, Next Friday is a complete step down from the original film and has a messy plot, or lack thereof, that falls apart by the third act, but it benefits from hilarious supporting characters that make up for its short comings


Edith N (jp)

But I will watch what goes on with the country in the news as well as at the movies. Of course, I do not ask for a sequel, because I think few movies really require them. The world continues to change, and in Rwanda, the world seems to be changing for the better. As the genocide fades into the past, it is to be hoped that the new generation will be able to move beyond events they cannot themselves remember, were not themselves born during. The literacy rate is improving, and the democratically elected government is working to improve health care access for the people. However, there are some signs of hope. Will Ngabo and Sangwa let their tribal ancestry destroy their friendship? Will what happened before destroy everything which might come after? Will Ngabo be consumed by his demons? Will Sangwa let his father control him? We can never be sure, of course, because the future of the country is no more written than what happens after the film fades to black. Healing. That is, in the end, what the movie is about. Indeed, it's possible that a Rwandan movie about some other thing entirely might catch the global imagination and help the process of healing for the country. It's a short step from there to producing their own stories, not all of which need to be about the genocide and its aftermath. And I think it is also an attempt to give the Rwandan people a language, if you will, with which to communicate with those outside their country. While this may not be solely the voice of the Rwandan people, it's much closer to it than most Western takes on the story. Uwayo. However, he apparently taught a film class in Rwanda with this as a result, and the poem was written by the man who delivers it, Edouard B. All the actors are actually Rwandan, and most of them have none nothing else. Director Lee Isaac Chung is from Colorado and is the child of Korean immigrants. At least not directed, produced, and so forth. It's worth noting that this first film is not, in fact, made by Rwandans. I have a lot of friends who aren't so lucky, and there isn't even genocide required. Luckily for me, that doesn't involve believing I should hate anyone in particular or in general. When I last stayed at my mother's house, she had certain expectations of my behaviour--and she makes certain assumptions about my beliefs. That's just how going home feels. Even if you think they're wrong and always have. And the problem with returning to them is that you also return to your previous patterns of thought. Obviously, they knew, but there's a difference between knowing and caring which they didn't cross until Sangwa was back in his home village, back among the people who raised him and told him how to think. It is only when Sangwa returned home that they even thought of it, I think. They liked each other, and that was what mattered. Tribe did not matter to them. It never occurred to these boys that they shouldn't be friends until people started telling them so. There is one thing most Westerners know about Rwanda, and it is the thing which is important here. His father is furious at him for having left the family, insisting that he should have stayed home to help care for the younger children, and he's none too pleased that he has returned now--and that he has returned with Ngabo. He may not drink anymore, but he still isn't a very pleasant person. Only Sangwa has been gone for three years because of a disagreement with his father, whom he remembers only as an abusive drunk. Sangwa convinces him that they should hitchhike on their journey and instead spends their bus fare on a nice shirt to wear when they reach the home of his parents (Jean Marie Vianney Nkurikiyinka and Narcicia Nyirabucyeye). Ngabo carries a machete in his bag, and you don't have to be a genius to understand that he doesn't plan to use it for cutting brush. Munyurangabo (Jeff Rutagengwa), or Ngabo, is on a journey with his friend, Sangwa (Eric Ndorunkundiye). Rwanda is a troubled country, but this film lets you see some of the good which remains and leaves hope that things are going to get better, that the suffering of recent years will bear a crop of peace. Near the end of the film, a poet recites the poem he has written for a ceremony celebrating what I believe to be the Rwandan equivalent of Independence Day, and the rhythm of the language is so powerful that I could listen to it even without the subtitles--and, it's worth noting, someone has put enough thought into the subtitles so that what he says is still poetic after it's been translated. However, it may be that to immerse yourself in a language, even one you do not speak, gives you a feel for the people who do. It's a language I've heard before, because I've seen documentaries about what happened in Rwanda not all that long before this movie was made. Liberation Is a Journey This is the first dramatic film made in the Kinyarwanda language


frii a (es)

ME GUSTA CRISS ANGEL!!!!


Jeremy S (kr)

It lost to much to match its predecessor but is not a downright awful movie. I could not feel the same way about this movie. The quality of the Red I liked the most was the 'fun' and goofiness of it. Although it is a average film, Red 2 does not stand up to Red, but on its own, it's a mediocre film of explosions and action


Jessica F (ru)

Only watched to see what happened ! a kinda good story line but tacky game images all the way thro ! dont bother watching


KIm A (ca)

Saw parts of this movie, really think Ellen DeGeneres should just stick with her Tv Show