Daughter of the Nile

Daughter of the Nile

This movie presents the changing face of an industrialized Taiwan, as seen through the eyes of a young girl left to care for her family after her mother's death.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Daughter of the Nile 1987 full movies, Daughter of the Nile torrents movie
  • Category:Drama
  • Stars:Unknown
  • Uploader:Fakinsai
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Hsiao-Hsien Hou
  • Writer:T'ien-wen Chu, Chien-Ho Huang (story), Angelika Wang (story)

The eldest daughter of a broken and troubled family works to keep the family together and look after her younger siblings| who are slipping into a life of crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vasco M (fr) wrote: It does nothing new but bless it's metaphorical heart, it kept me watching. Seeing a rugged Pierce Brosnan in a master-apprentice bromance with a dude that can barely hold his acting chops together is engaging in a funny way. In other words, the movie does nothing wrong and is a very competent action flick.

Kristen B (jp) wrote: Not very gory or that much horror to it compared to other titles of the same genre. A dysfunctional family travel to Ireland and miss the last bus out of the area. The local area is populated by disfigured children who are a little crazy. Nothing most horror fans wouldn't have seen already but an ok film to watch if you have nothing better to do.

John T (it) wrote: What is up with all these new documentary style indie shot on DV horror flicks. Vampires, zombies, ghosts, and now the exorcist. I guess we'll see a werewolf one soon enough, huh?

Mara A (us) wrote: My dog is featured in the end credits! But I'm still not interested. *lol*

Meghan S (au) wrote: While the actresses didn't do an amazing job, the actors did, the script is so-so, however it is a very important event I feel that people need to know about and has not really ever been spoken of. I didn't even know this ever happened. Because of how violent it was, I don't think I'll ever see it again, but it definitely was worth the watch.

Eddie D (us) wrote: great documentary! great info on miles

Pegah P (fr) wrote: it took me well over two years to finally see Vengo and i can't for the life of me figure out why i waited so long! amazing amazing music with a very compassionate and moving story to go with it. what else could one ask for? you flamenco lovers out there, watch this thing of a masterpiece. ahhh! i'm still smitten...........and i want to move to Spain.

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Yng Y (it) wrote: Watching this is akin to being cast into the midst of a brutal squalid hell, toeing the line between life and death, in a desperate existence. Overall, the film is still rough around the edges, and its strongest point is the gritty realism.

Andy C (ru) wrote: I don't care about whatever sentimental value this may hold, this movie blows. I don't go rating Homeward Bound 5 stars because it blew my 9-year-old mind (and happened to have Michael J. Fox in it).

Joel A (ca) wrote: In many ways this is an all singing all colour version of the Philadelphia Story made 16 years earlier but this film has its strengths.Although Grace Kelly has none of the unique charisma Katherine Hepburn has she did well. The real star of this film I feel is Louis Armstrong and his Jazz Band that do wonders for the feel of the film.It's has a beautiful look to the film & some great musical numbers, it's different to Philadelphia Story in many ways & was a huge hit in its own right.

Greg W (de) wrote: Though one of Preminger's weaker films, it's still interesting to watch as a sampler of the woman's picture and star vehicle for Joan Crwaford.

Simon T (de) wrote: Alexander Payne revisits territory previously explored in About Schmidt, with another elderly 70s movie icon taking an ill-advised road trip. It's an enjoyable journey, but the hand of the director is more obvious this time, the tone more contrived and sentimental. What rescues it is a lovely score and general sound-editing, luminous wide-screen black-and-white photography, and a fantastic supporting performance by Stacy Keach.