Family Portrait in Black and White

Family Portrait in Black and White

In a small Ukrainian town, Olga Nenya, raises 16 black orphans amidst a population of Slavic blue-eyed blondes. Their stories expose the harsh realities of growing up as a bi-racial child in Eastern Europe.

In a small Ukrainian town, Olga Nenya, raises 16 black orphans amidst a population of Slavic blue-eyed blondes. Their stories expose the harsh realities of growing up as a bi-racial child in Eastern Europe. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dustin M (ca) wrote: Well apparently this sucks.

Breeyon B (de) wrote: Not a terrible love story. Much better than any "romance" film being released for most audiences these days.

taken by da best (ag) wrote: was a good movie but i think her mother was wrong for wut she did.

Kendra J (it) wrote: Watching this as a kid I recall it feeling smart and hilarious but I watched part of it resently and wow it's kinda cringe worthy.

Jamie A (es) wrote: "A brilliant all round film that everyone should enjoy."

Zack H (ca) wrote: The conversation can feel a little contrived and the performances occasionally come off as less-than-genuine, but it gets better as it progresses. Though brief, the Jack Black and David Cross scenes are pretty damned amusing. Worth seeing, as far as indie comedies go.

Frederick M (gb) wrote: An excellent movie about an untold chapter of the brutality homosexuals experienced during the German Nazi regime. The most important part of movies is putting stories like this on screen.

Sudakshina B (mx) wrote: Kareena's film all the way and her best performance till date methinks! Watch it if you're her fan! :)

Lucas C (ca) wrote: Los estereotipos raciales se reconcilian en vietnam con la ayuda de dudikoff.Sale shang tsung.

Peter P (ru) wrote: Pretty boring, but I remember liking it when I was young because of the topless scenes, now that I am all growed up I am fine never to see it again.

Syed S (kr) wrote: "I'm the daddy now!"

Tyson P (nl) wrote: not as racist as i was expecting and defiatly more funny than anything else. The animation has so much going on that you can tell that bakshi was trippin on somethin, just like most of his other work,

Cain L (ru) wrote: Great in some parts, such as the acting and the battle scenes, but too slow and dry in other parts, such as the pace and story.

Edgar R (nl) wrote: I was immersed and what a world to be in, like literally I was in the movie.

Jennifer T (de) wrote: Katherine Heigl was great in this. Dark humor.

Mubashir S (br) wrote: very borinng n dumb movie

David G (it) wrote: Being a fan of the genre, I'm always on the lookout for obscure war films and this is one of the better examples, a tale of an Australian "choco" (reserve) section who find themselves cut off during the Japanese assault down the Kokoda Track in New Guinea in 1942. This type of "behind enemy lines" story is by no means new to the war genre and the film does plod along rather slowly with characters who aren't exactly as fleshed out as they could be, but it well depicts the horrors of the Pacific War, not just the bloodshed but the nastiness of malaria and dysentery and the constant struggle against the terrain and climate. First and foremost it's great to see a film that acknowledges the heroism and sacrifice made by the Australians during the war in the east, brave men who were fighting for the very survival of their nation long before the almighty US Marines arrived.