Desert Flower

Desert Flower

The autobiography of a Somalian nomad who was sold in marriage at 13, fled from Africa a while later to become finally an American supermodel and is now at the age of 38, the UN spokeswoman against female genital mutilation.

The autobiography of a Somalian nomad circumcised at 3, sold in marriage at 13, fled from Africa a while later to work in London, where a photographer (Timothy Spall) and an agent (Juliet Stevenson) turn her into a top supermodel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gav R (au) wrote: better than first and miles ahead of the third episode, whats the secret... the fact that the silly darth maul is missing

Houma N M (ca) wrote: People should watch it it's really nice one

Leena L (fr) wrote: whiny, that is what most of the reviews are saying about this film. And yes, it is. Momentarily funny, and probably true to life in many ways but.... whiny.

Carlos M (es) wrote: A delightful homage to exploitation films of the '70s, and it is especially amusing thanks to the way it mixes the visual elements of those movies with modern ones, but Tarantino gives in once again to his narcissistic self-indulgences in endless, tiresome exchanges of dialogue.

Chris H (ca) wrote: I watched this because Smith has stated that this interview that Ingram did with Phelps was his jumping off point for creating the character of Pastor Abin Cooper, and also because I think Ingram is funny in the podcasts he does with Smith. When it tackles Phelps and the murder and the abuse, it's eye opening and thought provoking and sucks you in. When it focuses on just people having fun in small town bars (which is a lot of it), it's just average.

noel n (ru) wrote: Interesting, but not engrossing.

Cory W (ag) wrote: I remember this movie being really good. Maybe I should rewatch it.

Vikram T (au) wrote: i actually liked it. manisha and that cars were good.

Thrall T (nl) wrote: Where horses show their way of dealing with events Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, starring Matt, Damon, James Cromwell, and Daniel Studi. Shows a protector of land and family, and when being torn from that he doesn't let anything stop him from getting back, he even brings a surprise back to his herd. He is strong horse, he always thinks of others before himself. The movie resents strength and emotional scenes that will take your breath away. However, spirit is very dramatic and there's some scenes that make horses look rough and mean. I definietly give this movie and five out of five stars, it is so much fun, it brings laughter but also some tears, it is a great movie to watch with the family.

Dave A (fr) wrote: It's kid material for the most part, but the ending never fails to trigger sadness in me. Aside from the somewhat adult plot involving the death of the father and the ending, this movie is pretty forgettable.

Christian C (ca) wrote: Possibly one of the worst films ever made (outside of The Room or any film by Uwe Boll). In the same sense that The Room became "good" because it was so fantastically bad, this film has a charm to its amateurish acting, dead character development and absurd script writing, bad lighting, absurd character interactions, ridiculous special effects and general, inexplicable suckiness.

Mike W (jp) wrote: Exactly what you expect it to be with a little less production value.