Death in Gaza

Death in Gaza

Death In Gaza is an Emmy-award winning 2004 documentary film about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, opening in the West Bank but then moving to Gaza and eventually settling in Rafah where the film spends most of its time. It concentrates on 3 children, Ahmed (age 12), Mohammed (age 12) and Najla (age 16).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Arabic,English,Hebrew
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:israel,   gaza,  

The harrowing documentary that portrays the horror of the Israeli conflict and the resulting death of its director, James Miller. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Death in Gaza torrent reviews

Michael R (au) wrote: Decent Noir-ish Film...

Christophe C (br) wrote: Une exp (C)rience sensorielle de tous les instant conseiller ceux qui ont 2h de vie perdre!

Isaac B (ag) wrote: The funniest western comedy since Blazing Saddles.

Ryan S (fr) wrote: Sorry but zoo animals, sex and Kevin James just doesn't go well together.

Anna B (fr) wrote: The first couple of acts of this make for an extremely slowly-paced yet somehow compelling hangout movie, where not much happens but you just fall into its rhythms and want to keep watching these characters. Honestly I could have watched a whole movie of Howard's character trying to get through to Damon's; the actors have a surprising amount of chemistry, and the blindfold-food-tasting scene is quite extraordinary. It makes the supposedly romantic ending seem like a bit of a wet fart in comparison.

Nick U (br) wrote: Sundance Channel 5/6/13"You can't sell anything from behind a desk." The ultimate sales road trip Iraq and Afghanistan to sell his armored cars. Very interesting story.

Peter H (ru) wrote: As a silent film, The Freshman relies on physical comedy for its laughs. Don't pick it apart with logic, because it won't stand up under scrutiny, but it is a short enough comic romp that will probably occasion a number of giggles.

Simon D (us) wrote: A bit overrated in my opinon but still a good film about a kid and an old projectionist. Very romantic and funny in places.

Jordan J (us) wrote: This looks worse than Norm of the North.

Greg W (de) wrote: It is one of the few late Truffauts to muster any weight and complexity.

Jose M (gb) wrote: I was very happy to catch Eyes of a Stranger and post it on Facebook briefly. I saw this film uncut and thought it rather stunk. However, what I like about Eyes of a Stranger is the fact that Tom Savini worked on the special effects which involves throat slitting and a decapitation with a meat cleaver. Everything else is mediocre. Eyes of a Stranger open up with the discovery of a body of a woman. A female television reporter (Lauren Tewes) takes it personally as she implores anyone to call the police even if there is no hard evidence. She is a product of trauma as her daughter was kidnapped and raped causing her to be blind. I do not know how scientifically or logically plausible this is, but it will have to do. Anyways, Lauren suspects that her obesed perverted looking neighbor is the criminal who her guess is dead right just like those girls. As the family pieces together, the neighbor goes around stalking and calling young girls right before he strangles, slaps, and stabs them. This film is by no mean politically correct or suspenseful. Yet, if you are a fan of Tom Savini or hate women a lot, then by all means go ahead watch this film. I was quite bored with it myself. It is a WAY better film than the lousy Prom Night (1980) mixes the violence of Do Not Answer the Phone, Boogeyman, and Do Not Go in the House all from 1979 to 1980. Oh, it is also better than the lousy Queensryche song.

Dan C (ca) wrote: Couldn't wait for this to be over.

Robert E (gb) wrote: So so. Don't know if I would have watched it if it didn't have Butch in it.

Eric J (ca) wrote: a lot of hammy acting by most of the cast, crappy direction and a failed attempt at grittiness saved only by Wesley Snipes strong performance as the bad guy you love to hate.

Bret W (nl) wrote: Breathtaking scenery and some tense scenes definitely make this movie watchable, but the character archetypes are all too predictable. Peter Garrett (Chris O'Donnell) never quite lives up to his persona as National Geographic photographer, and his sister Annie (Robin Tunney) seems oddly unlike herself on the mountainside with Elliot Vaughn (Bill Paxton, who is creepy as ever). The pace of the film rides from one tense moment to the next, even though sometimes tense gives way to ludicrous. I did not hate this movie, but I did not love it either.