A dramatic story, based on actual events, about the friendship between two men struggling against apartheid in South Africa in the 1970s. Donald Woods is a white liberal journalist in South Africa who begins to follow the activities of Stephen Biko, a courageous and outspoken black anti-apartheid activist.
- Stars:Josette Simon, Wabei Siyolwe, John Matshikiza, Juanita Waterman, Evelyn Sithole, Xoliswa Sithole, James Coine, Kevin Kline, Kevin McNally, Albert Ndinda, Andrew Whaley, Shelley Borkum, Denzel Washington, Penelope Wilton, Kate Hardie,
- Director:Richard Attenborough,
- Writer:John Briley (screenplay), Donald Woods (books)
South African journalist Donald Woods is forced to flee the country after attempting to investigate the death in custody of his friend the black activist Steve Biko. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cry Freedom torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Not half bad. I was creeped the F out by the kids -- on the bright side, this should be enough to keep us childless for another year or so. We're scheduled to watch Children of the Corn this time next year.
(au) wrote: Good acting but script needed more care and film lacks cinematic language.
(it) wrote: Gone Baby Gone, ER, "Grace" is Gone suffers from a script that simply is not up to par with the subject matter it is handling. The acting was all over the place, the first half of the movie was just AWFUL, and the music was often out of place and distracting. This film was just so.. plain. But I was impressed enough at the end to warrant a passing grade.
(it) wrote: Didn't know what to make of this one...thought it'll change direction somewhere but it continued in the same dimension...keeps you hooked on throughout though
(de) wrote: Extremely engrossing film. Kept me interested throughout-ever questioning life and death motifs. How do we cope with loss?
(ca) wrote: I remember loving it when I was younger, but when I tried watching it more recently I couldn't really get into it. So I'd say it's great for kids, but too ridiculous for adults to really enjoy. (First viewing - Early teen years)
(nl) wrote: I tried to like "Dead Ringers" but I just thought it was extremely boring. I do recommend "Spider" and definitely "The Dead Zone" which are also films directed by David Cronenberg.
(us) wrote: Pretty feeble attempt. Is a made-for-TV movie, and definitely feels like it.
(kr) wrote: 55mph of groovy, gas-guzzling terror!
(br) wrote: It would be a 5 star if the post office girl wasn't such a ... Cute movie. The details were well thought out and just great.
(br) wrote: Conservando la locura y el desenfreno de la serie, aunque en muchas partes resulta muy absurda y sin sentido