How Murat Kurnaz ended up in Guantanamo Bay is a mysterious story. 5 YEARS investigates the psychological aspect of this endless and unjustified "imprisonment" where Kurnaz had to endure never ending physical and psychological torture.
- Stars:Sascha Alexander Gersak, Ben Miles, Marc Hodapp, Özkan Akdogan, Nevzet Akgül, Ayfer Akin, Sinan Al-Kurikchi, Amir Al-Sudani, Bahattin Alkan, Zafer Alkan, Engin Ambuluto, Özkan Arslan, Abbas Assaf, Hemen Atari, Ulas Ates,
- Director:Stefan Schaller,
- Writer:Stefan Schaller (screenplay)
How Murat Kurnaz ended up in Guantanamo Bay is a mysterious story. 5 YEARS investigates the psychological aspect of this endless and unjustified "imprisonment" where Kurnaz had to endure never ending physical and psychological torture. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Five Years torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: exquisitely disturbing tale of online deceit
(it) wrote: wee! alan rickman =D
(gb) wrote: Absolutely hilarious!I love the scene where her dad takes her to the shrink,and he asks her to think of all the swear words beginning with the letter A,then through to F and the scene where her goody goody sister tells a roomful of people what rude words she had just said...soooo funny from start to finish!
(au) wrote: One message that takes 2 hours to tell...
(es) wrote: This film surprised the crap outta me! I honestly had ever only seen one other non-anime gory cartoon film before this:South Park Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. So I didn't know what to expect. What I got was shocking. At first it was like watching the Aristicats and CSI at the same time. Then it got a little more violent...until finally I saw a cat with it's head ripped off! THEN I witnessed what has to be the scariest dream sequence in animation history(probably even the scariest animated MOMENT!) And the animation reminds me of a Don Bluth film, and we all know how awesome HIS animation is!
(nl) wrote: old school garbage...but enjoyable
(it) wrote: This is what I'm talking about
(mx) wrote: Not enough music or Fred Astaire in this Fred Astaire musical... at least in the beginning. We do eventually get some nice dance numbers with him and Rita Hayworth (and yes, she has never been lovelier), but we have to put up with a not-all-that-interesting romance plot. All in all, Astaire's made better musical-comedies than this.