Gaza Strip

Gaza Strip

A "slice-of-life" documentary set in Gaza City, following the inner and outer lives of a 13-year-old boy, a self-styled revolutionary, as he struggles to find meaning in his life while his friends are killed around him, one by one.

A "slice-of-life" documentary set in Gaza City, following the inner and outer lives of a 13-year-old boy, a self-styled revolutionary, as he struggles to find meaning in his life while his friends are killed around him, one by one. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carl L (it) wrote: I've attended funnier funerals.

Emma C (it) wrote: By no means is this a light hearted movie, not my usual choice but put together well

Chandra R (kr) wrote: Unlike a lot of my other commenting friends, I enjoyed this piece for what it is. I love the story.. acting not so much, but decent should be given where decent is deserved.

Bengel W (it) wrote: Personalities take the high road as this film explores the complexities of being conjoined. Well scripted and acted with laughs along the way. Cher puts in a performance that takes a laugh at her own character and it comes across well. Music is emotional adding to the camera and sound enhancing the feel of the show. Nibbles: Trifle.

Yannick H (us) wrote: Such a great movie. Very smart and funny. Scott should have being nominated for that role.

Carlos M (au) wrote: A very funny comedy of manners adapted from an acclaimed play and elegantly directed, even if a bit repetitive after some time - and it takes place entirely inside an apartment, sustained by a sharp dialogue and exquisite performances, with Winslet and Waltz stealing the show.

Brad S (nl) wrote: - Just a brilliant adaptation by Julie Taymor. This is a beautiful film based on Shakespeare's "Titus Andonicus" which has been called his only horror story. It's features an excellent cast including Hopkins and Lange, and some excellent supporting players. The commentary by Taymor is one of the best I've heard, highlighting production details from shooting in Rome and Croatia, to things she left out of the text and added, to inspiration to symbolism used throughout the film, even in the small details. This one is highly recommended, especially for Shakespeare lovers.- Stunning cinematography and set design. The cast is great...also check out the commentary on the DVD.

Jessica B (nl) wrote: Love this movie! I want to see a sequel!

Edward K (ag) wrote: i love this movie the gore was meh but the story and investment in the character was great

Ben C (nl) wrote: The best Zatoichi movie. Same director as Sword of Doom, Kill!, and Red Lion.

John C (ca) wrote: A Ray Harryhausen classic. A specimen brought back from Venus escapes when the spaceship bringing it back crashes off the coast of Italy. Once in the earths' atmosphere, the creature begins to grow. Watch for the scene where the creature battles a circus elephant. Simply a terrific stop-motion movie from the 50's.

Joey P (ru) wrote: DIP THEM IN THE MILK

Ryan W (fr) wrote: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ugko......

Gia H (ru) wrote: what a great movie..

Paul Y (kr) wrote: My fav film of all time, although I don't like the credit Michael Caine seems to get for it, I thought Stanley Baker was the best actor in the film. Would love to see a modern version fo it