Five Broken Cameras

Five Broken Cameras

Five broken cameras – and each one has a powerful tale to tell. Embedded in the bullet-ridden remains of digital technology is the story of Emad Burnat, a farmer from the Palestinian village of Bil’in, which famously chose nonviolent resistance when the Israeli army encroached upon its land to make room for Jewish colonists. Emad buys his first camera in 2005 to document the birth of his fourth son, Gibreel. Over the course of the film, he becomes the peaceful archivist of an escalating struggle as olive trees are bulldozed, lives are lost, and a wall is built to segregate burgeoning Israeli settlements.

A documentary on a Palestinian farmer's chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Five Broken Cameras torrent reviews

Carlos J (ag) wrote: Las brujas de Zugarramurdi, como la encontraran en Netflix es otra muestra de buen cine bizarro a cargo de Alex de la Iglesia... con una cmara inquieta, personajes queribles y un guin que hace homenaje a "Del crepsculo al amanecer" pero con identidad de su director, el film es una comedia de horror bizarro de visin obligada, eso pese a que su final se alarga un poco...

Alex B (au) wrote: best movie ever and so heart touching

Nandi C (nl) wrote: Nanny Crosby is an African American woman, who houses black folks who stop by for a while or for good. Incredible story of Rueben Santiago-Hudson's early years. great music.

christy (ca) wrote: saw it 5 times loved it

Blais E (kr) wrote: A rollicking, low-brow, and extremely high-camp horror-comedy with a rabidly scenery-chewing Stella Stevens (In a part originally to have been essayed by Shelley Winters-) dishing out delicious one-liners a la Freddie Krueger as the recriminating- revenant wreaking revenge on the avaricious heirs responsible for her demise. Admittedly a sleazy, cheesy exercise in cartoon-like gore & gratuitous nudity, this is one of my many guilty pleasures, due to Ms Stevens's incredibly animated performance, as well as Shannon Whirry's bountiful physical charms! Simply crap-tastic!!

Joe N (es) wrote: I do not recommend this movie. It's scary and traumatizing for kids and juvenile for adults. It has it's funny moments, but not enough for me to fully enjoy it. Daniel Stern provided good support, but the movie is just mean spirited and I'm having a difficult time in trying to figure out who the target audience for this film is and what the moral of the story is to this rather unpleasant film. I think it's, Monstrous actions can lead to monstrous consequences?

ld p (fr) wrote: Denys Arcand "Jesus of Montreal-1989" is a movie from a director with intelligence & refined sensibilities. (His best-known work is "The Decline of American Civilization. He also made The Barbarian Invasions a film which I enjoyed very much It won best foreign film Oscar 2004) Plot: A group of actors putting on an interpretive Passion Play in Montreal begin to experience a meshing of their characters & their private lives as the production takes form against the growing opposition of the Catholic church. They begin to experience a meshing of their characters & their private lives as the production takes form against the growing opposition of the Catholic Church. (Lothaire Bluteau), the actor who plays Christ, discovers that his own life is taking on some of the aspects of Christ's. By the end of the film we have arrived at a crucifixion scene that actually plays as drama & not simply as something that has been forced into the script. It suggests that most establishments, & especially the church, would be rocked to their foundations by the practical application of the maxims of Christ. The film gives us simple, powerful messages of artistic freedom, personal redemption, perseverance during a personal quest...& how heartbreaking the world, & reality, can be. The film manages to make deft, original swipes at a plethora of modern 'evils': media hype, advertising, hospital bureaucracy, & of course the hypocrisy of the religious establishment. Cinematically the film is visually elegant & an uncluttered sort of movie. In a sense, "Jesus of Montreal" is a movie about the theater, not about religion. But in the end their challenging production becomes the toast of the city, the Roman Catholic Church strongly objects to its Biblical interpretation & forcefully stops the performances. At least this film does not become overly heavy-handed onscreen. This film was nominated for the 1989 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film but did not win. won both the Jury Prize at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival and a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film. 4 Stars Recommended~!

Julia C (gb) wrote: Mark Romanek shouldn't have disowned this. It's an adorable fledgeling effort. Really. Artfully shot and sincerely interesting. WARNING: AWESOME DEFORMED CRUCIFIX COLLECTION MAY MAKE AMASSING YOUR OWN IRRESISTIBLE.

Bryan K (fr) wrote: Never knew this movie existed until about 5 hours ago. It's great!

Samantha C (nl) wrote: It was okay. Definitely some stuff that wouldn't pass now.

MrsCarr (fr) wrote: this is a movie to see.

Roberto C (fr) wrote: Possibly one of the greatest comedies of all time. "Catus Flower" is everything a romantic comedy should be: funny, entertaining and well acted. Plus, who doesn't enjoy seeing Ingrid Bergman dancing?

Hannah M (de) wrote: As murder mysteries go, it was pretty mediocre, but Nick and Nora are so great together and play off of each other so well, it was still incredibly easy to watch. Please note that, yes, this is exactly the same review as I wrote for The Thin Man. With these, you've seen one, you've seen them all - but they're fun anyway. 1

Sanity Assassin (nl) wrote: aside from sandra bullocks performance which, as always, stands out the rest is mediocre.

Tree J (mx) wrote: I didn't fancy Cars. It is just too "kiddy" for me. If there were actually SOMEONE in the cars, I would have personally enjoyed it. That and the unamusing plot.

Tim D (kr) wrote: If you wanna see a movie where Santa Claus tries to overcome the Devil from tempting children into doing bad things, and you don't care if the movie had a $20 budget, this is your movie. I'm kidding about the budget, but it wasn't far off. The Devil's plastic ears looked like they were gonna fall off the entire movie. If you wanna watch a good Christmas movie, try Santa's Slay. And I'm still not sure if the characters in the movie heard the narrator speaking or not. George of the Jungle did that right, not this.

Dann M (es) wrote: A provocative thriller, Stigmata is a powerful and well-crafted film that takes on deep issues. When a young woman in New York City begins to experience signs of Stigmata (the wounds of Christ), a Vatican investigator is send to look into the case; but the deeper he looks, the more troubling the case becomes. Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne lead the cast and give excellent performances. Additionally, the visual style is remarkably captivating and atmospheric. The score by Billy Corgan is also especially good, and enhances the dark and mystical tones of the material. Dealing with controversial spiritual and religious themes, Stigmata is a smart and thoughtful film that's intense and compelling.