Everywhere and Nowhere
Ash is a man torn between two worlds, that of his family and friends and the other, of his dreams. This is his story set across London with it's fast paced nightlife and run ins with the law all caught on camera from the Director of Kidulthood.
- Stars:James Floyd, Adam Deacon, Alyy Khan, Shivani Ghai, Shaheen Khan, Saeed Jaffrey, Katia Winter, Simon Webbe, Art Malik, Sophie Berenice, James Buckley, Aaron Chawla, Emma Deigman, Farzana Dua Elahe, Leah Fatania,
- Director:Menhaj Huda,
- Writer:Gurpreet Bhatti (screenplay), Nazrin Choudhury (additional writing), Menhaj Huda (screenplay), Menhaj Huda (story)
A drama centered on a British Asian torn between honoring his family traditions and his love for DJing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Everywhere and Nowhere torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: WOW......WOW....WOW......WOW.....WOW.....SUCH A BEAUTIFUL, BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH A FANTASTIC CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE IT IS SUCH A POWERFUL DRAMA MOVIE 2 WATCH, BUT IT IS SUCH A BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH A SUPERB CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROGUHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE
(fr) wrote: One of my fav. Korean movies.
(fr) wrote: Un film d'une lenteur touffant, chaque plan dure au moins 10 secondes, c'est un pamphlet, on se demande s'ils sont vraiment srieux quand ils en arrivent faire une liaison entre le nazisme et les entreprises, le film est vide, et quand, enfin, aprs 2h30 de calvaire (qui en paraissent plus, on croit que c'est fini mais non, malgr l'cran noir, on entend encore la voix d'amalric (qui malgr sa performance ne sauve pas ce navet) qui continue parler, pendant 5 minutes ...Ce film n'est pas russi pour la simple et bonne raison, que l'on s'ennuie et que l'on a envie de quitter la salle.En revanche j'ai bien aim les scnes de rev party (qui nous ont rveill en sursaut) ...
(ca) wrote: What is the solution to world's problem? What's the meaning of the life? Does God exist? and other essential questions to which a group of people with IQs 200+ are forced to find answers in order to save their lives...
(nl) wrote: What the!?! I usually love Gilliam's mind, but nothing seems to click in this film - I'm not even sure how to categorize it: horror, drama, fantasy, weird/creepy? The 12-year-old girl (Ferland) does well, but can't really sustain the whole film on her own, since Bridges is - literally - wasted. Some very disturbing scenes - her 'special' friendship with her special friend, who's 12 years older, what happens to her dad & the train, the dolls... Not much coherent storytelling here - just a depressing jumble, unfortunately - no fun adventure down the rabbit hole here!
(ag) wrote: "The one garden you may call your own."
(de) wrote: Charlotte Gainsbourg is sweet.
(de) wrote: This is another franchise I have never seen. I was expecting just all out over the top violence but this was far more thought provoking and it was much better for it.
(au) wrote: The is a seminal film in the history of African-American cinema from acclaimed director Charles Burnett. It was shot as his thesis for UCLA in 1977 with family and friends on no budget. I'd struggle to tell you what it's about, really it is just follows a family as they go about their day in a poor suburb of L.A. What makes the film is that it feels raw and authentic, like the Italian Neo-realistic films, which makes it oddly compelling. It also has an amazing soundtrack featuring some great Blues songs as well as Paul Robeson and Dinah Washington. Film lovers must check this out.
(mx) wrote: second version of this is well made & acted
(ru) wrote: A family of three (mother, father, and son) engaged in the pottery trade is struggling to survive in the midst of a civil war crisis in Japan. Sickening soldiers run the country side and ransack villages, in order to kills the residents or run them, and take their food and valuables. Eventually, the family of three are split up: the son is kidnapped in a larger village under his parents nose; the woman is forced into the sex trade; and the husband has become enticed by a wealthy, mysterious heiress, to whom he weds, and is also trying to become a warrior to fight off the disgusting soldiers. Then there are the scenes that involve ghosts haunting all the different characters. Based on this film, the Japanese movie industry just keeps spitting out moving, gorgeous, and incredibly compelling stories, in which some, like this one and "Sansho and the Bailiff," are overlooked by critics, back then and today (except Roger Ebert and Leonard Maltin). Beautifully photographed and incredibly well structured, along with excellent performances by its simple cast. Another great one from Japan! Note: one of the actresses, Muchiko Kyo, was in Akira Kurosawa's breakthrough hit "Rashomon."