Front Line is a 1981 Australian documentary film directed by David Bradbury. It follows the career of Tasmanian-born combat cameraman Neil Davis, particularly his time in South Vietnam and Cambodia in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alfin N (us) wrote: There's something about Merry.
Gella V (ca) wrote: The story talks about an average family's day-to-day life, but it's not at all boring. It's funny and honest. It's not perfect, but it's something to aspire to.
Mark N (es) wrote: Meh! about sums it up.. bland story that had promise if it had developed with a mystery (that you don't know is a mystery until its answered :S) and a series of crimes that don't make sense but even so you already figured it out before the second body hits the water. Even for '93 the characters were cliche and with about half the action necessary to disguise the lacking plot its pretty boring.
Alex r (ca) wrote: Before Boxcar Bertha, Martin Scorsese had directed one feature film and a few shorts. Roger Corman offered him the chance to direct this film, one of the first crime dramas from Scorsese. This feature can viewed as an exercise in style for Scorsese as he was finding his groove that would later make him famous. This is a well executed gangster film that is very entertaining from beginning to end. Scorsese shows a knack for creating an engaging picture, and it is a very well directed movie that is elevated by its cast. Scorsese would go on to make several cinematic classics, but with Boxcar Bertha he really delivered something that showcased Scorsese's talents as an upcoming director. The film may be unfocused compared to his other works, but it does boast some early trademarks that would make Martin Scorse such a legendary figure in the cinematic medium. The story, I thought was quite good here, and it should a director that was just bursting with confidence and skill in order to create a memorable movie. Boxcar Bertha is not Scorsese's best of course, but it is a necessary film in his career, one that he needed to make to give himself an understanding of the gangster genre, which would be prominent in his works such as Mean Streets, Goodfellas and Casino. As a second full length feature, this is a terrific picture that needs to be seen by any Scorsese fan. The cast do some fine work here and even if it's not a standout gangster film, it's still fairly important in the career of Martin Scorsese, as he would follow up this picture with the phenomenal Mean Streets and three years later bring us the iconic Taxi Driver. Boxcar Bertha shows the viewer a director who was just getting started, and even with its imperfections, you can see where Scorsese was headed with his later work.
Niiles P (mx) wrote: Jacques Demy's fairy tale movie of a princess (Catherine Deneuve) who doesn't want to marry her father. Filmed in really bright colours and with high-class dresses. Story didn't appeal to me, that's why only 2 stars.
Lee R (it) wrote: Was it soft porn or a thriller?
Aaron G (fr) wrote: Well-done on all fronts.