On Ironbound Island, native Fiona McKay (Alberta Watson) arrives from Europe with her teenage daughter Clair (Julia Brendler), hoping that the peace of the island will help the girl get over the death of her boyfriend. The girl finds comfort in the company of a visiting American girl (Kirsten Dunst) and more so in the stories of Celia (Lynn Redgrave), a crazy old local who weaves enchanting tales which cleverly combine her own experiences on the island with mystifying legends.
- Stars:David Gulpilil, Gary Sweet, Damon Gameau, Grant Page, Kirsten Dunst, Lynn Redgrave, Julia Brendler, Trent Ford, Brent Carver, Alberta Watson, Peter Donaldson, Tara Rosling, Anthony Higgins, Jessica Turner, Gerard Parkes, Richard Davidson, Alexa Gilmour, Mark Day, Daniel Brühl,
- Country:Canada, Germany
- Director:Sheri Elwood,
- Writer:Sheri Elwood
A reclusive woman's unpublished story about a curse, told to a grieving girl, turns out to be something other than a fairy tale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: The fact that the Mahatma and his ideologies have been paid little more than lip - service in recent years is common knowledge to most Indians. As is shown in the movie, currency notes, roads n one - sided history lessons have become the only way to remember Bapu, that too momentarily. This is where this 'Lage raho..' scores heavily. Like 'Rang de basanti' earlier, it draws parallels to our freedom struggle by invoking Gandhiji. Mixing 'Gandhigiri' with a contemporary phenomenon like Munnabhai is a master stroke. The movie has its fair share of laughs(maybe a li'l less than the 1st one), but the overall feel is better and the innocence has been retained. All the leads are in great form, right from Sanjay Dutt to Jimmy Shergill. Vidya Balan looks very pretty n innocent, as suited to the role. The performance, tho, I really liked was Boman Irani - damn good. He's repulsive n likable in equal measure. And finally, the actor playing Gandhiji, is so astutely tongue-in-cheek, u cannot but love him. There are a few stretched sequences-a couple of the drunk scenes, the songs, but not too many. Patriotic comedy, I read somewhere. Gandhian humor is what I'd call it.
(es) wrote: A bloody funny comedy that isn't quite what you expect. Seek it out, especially if you are a Coogan or Brydon fan.
(ru) wrote: all this film really is. is Romeo and Juliet witch came out a year earlier, but just added Titanic
(br) wrote: At times, made me highly uncomfortable, which I love. Available on Hulu Plus; check it!
(jp) wrote: Awesome! Tacky and hilarious but brilliant!
(es) wrote: Sean Connery still kicks butt till this day!
(ag) wrote: Jezebel has a fantastic, emotional performance from always terrific Bette Davis and phenomenal "Gone With the Wind" like protagonist, story and beautifully ambiguous ending, but that ending is also rushed and rather contrived and the movie never quite visits the absolute classics department as the aforementioned film does.
(gb) wrote: This movie SUCKS the big one! Not even sure why I wanted to see it in the first place, but OMG, it's terrible! A pretty famous ensemble, but it's just a HORRIBLE movie. I wasn't interested at all - to the point where I didn't even finish it. Run, don't walk, from this POS movie.
(nl) wrote: Movies like this make me realise how damn old I am. It goes without saying if you're not eleven years old or younger you won't be very entertained. Which is a bummer as I've always believed the greatest kids movies are those cherished by both kids & adults alike, to which this movie won't be.
(fr) wrote: this movie is stupid like all u see is frogs like they made sure this was a film about frogs like how stupid is it that a guy gets a bunch of frogs trample him? this movie not worth wasting your time on
(kr) wrote: Russell Crowes best film, Brilliantly acted and the battle scenes were good, A good plot and a great emotional ending and a must watch.