East Is East

East Is East

In 1971 Salford fish-and-chip shop owner George Khan expects his family to follow his strict Pakistani Muslim ways. But his children, with an English mother and having been born and brought up in Britain, increasingly see themselves as British and start to reject their father's rules on dress, food, religion, and living in general.

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Frank O (fr) wrote: Sorry, maybe I missed out the gist.... Felt asleep a few times... and even by knowing that the film is a low budget production...is was not enough.

REACHABLE R (mx) wrote: Original title "L'Ivresse du Pouvoir"; Nominated, Golden Berlin Bear, 2006 Berlin International Film Festival

Claudia G (de) wrote: Pinhead the only good thing

Demonic N (kr) wrote: This looks really crap.

Joel R (mx) wrote: Dated tale of the coked-up young and beautiful in the 80's, it's only watchable now for Downey Jrs.' incredible performance.

I V (it) wrote: Brings back lots of childhood memories lol

D J (mx) wrote: I had a dream and the dream came true, I saw a ghost and the ghost was you, but in the dark it was hard to see, that you we're only make believe.

Manny C (fr) wrote: Much like Red River, Sands of Iwo Jima brought John Wayne up against a younger upstart in this war classic war film. The Duke plays a sergeant named Stryker who is severely disliked by his by his recruits. John Agar is the young 'soft' soldier and foil for Wayne. Sands of Iwo Jima has its exciting parts, but for the most part it's greatest generation rah-rah. Worth a look though.

Li T (de) wrote: This was pretty good.

Cameron M (br) wrote: Swank and Rossum are great leads with good chemistry and the movie is not without its tender moments but unfortunately You're Not You's "touchy" subject matter feels too shallow at times and doesn't leave much of a lasting impression.

Ken S (jp) wrote: Robert Altman directs this murder mystery with classy 1930s style. The film has a great cast, and the script is written by Julian Fellowes who went on to create the successful "Downton Abbey." I thought the film was pretty good despite an ending that wasn't terribly hard hitting or shocking...actually it feels really soft as a murder mystery. It seems like the mystery is secondary to the characters and the production design. That is okay because I liked visiting this old British world, much like I enjoy visiting "Downton Abbey". Worth a look.