Deep behind-the-scenes into the strip-mined world of Alberta, Canada, where the vast and toxic Tar Sands deposit supplies the U.S. with the majority of its oil. Through the eyes of scientists, 'big oil' officials, politicians, doctors, environmentalists, and aboriginal citizens directly impacted by 'the largest industrial project on the planet today,' the filmmakers journey to both sides of the border to see the emotional and irreversible toll this 'black gold rush' fueled by America's addiction to oil is taking on our planet.
- Stars:Neve Campbell, Andrew Nikiforuk, Lester Brown, Mike Hudema, John Soykut, Holly Fortier, Wilfred Grandjambe, Margaret McDonald, Mary L'Hommecourt, Jean L'Hommecourt, Henry Henderson,
- Country:USA, Canada
- Director:Leslie Iwerks,
- Writer:Leslie Iwerks
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Dirty Oil torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: The plot or some images look exaggerating but seriouly the story contains much stylish humor of Hong Kong. The conversations and some parts imitating Hong Kong's classics are made good uses. The part that the killer (Chapmin To) made a story to introduce himself through referring the DVDs' names which are stored in the screenwriter's (Cho-lam Wong) large shelf and the scene that the screenwriters (the characters) wanted to make a movie about a killer and asked for suggestions become the funniest points of the work. Chapmin To and Cho-lam Wong's acting skills were criticized before. But this time, I can feel they'd improved a lot. They performed just right under the control of the two directors. Fiona Sit was also fitting what the crazy character needs. The film is a bit confusing, but I make sure that most of the Hongkongers would enjoy it.
(au) wrote: Weak script with serious problems.
(it) wrote: This is my least favorite Men in Black movie. Still good, though.
(kr) wrote: Ahhh----it's a pretty good movie.
(kr) wrote: Must be the only film which involve an Burmese actress who speaks decent English. I just love the way they dress and speak. Very graceful indeed.
(kr) wrote: A strange movie but very predictable.
(kr) wrote: This film is a half hour too long. It is episodic, one thing after another. I kept looking at my watch. It is also self conscious, trying to be portentous. I was really disappointed with it.