Harvest of Empire

Harvest of Empire

This documentary traces the history of U.S. relations with Latin America and draws strong links to America's current immigration crisis. Decaying economies in much of Latin America are viewed as the result of ill-conceived U.S. policies.

A powerful documentary that exposes the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today. From the territorial ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Seth H (us) wrote: A father violinist and son star soccer player, each independently active in pursuit of peaceful personal passions, become alienated by their own community. Overwhelmed by circumstances, the son Tarek finds himself on a suicide terrorist mission to redeem his father's tainted reputation. By the time Tarek is staring at himself in a mirror of shattered glass, he seems past the point of rescue. Interestingly, a charming, friendless Jewish girl at odds with her father and Orthodox community for her own loving, independent pursuit of life's passions, befriends Tarek, the soccer player, while he is secretly wearing the explosive vest. Burdened with the explosive vest, Tarek, still in communication with his family and the terrorist plotters, unexpectedly spends a weekend with the girl. At her request, he reluctantly stays by her side and shares stories with her. At one point, both raise the open-ended question of God's existence. A Jewish elderly man, his neighbor, and wife, also get to know a bit about the soccer player, Tarek. Sharing anger and disappointment at their world, the Jewish elders and Tarek, reveal parts of their own unforgiving past while helping each other with favors. The Jewish man and his wife had considered suicide to escape the painful loss of their only son, who died in training while the Israeli army refused to give him water. Water comes up multiple times in various scenes. The movie has some great lines, and what is left unsaid is even greater in meaning. In spite of the pain and poor judgement of humans, we see ostensibly helpless individuals take decisive action to help one another. irony, humor and wit blended with love, trust and friendship momentarily clarify the muddled, insane worlds, of the broken individuals, families, and communities in this beautifully crafted script. Vibrant, intelligent, and touching.

Conor J (us) wrote: A pretty classic film. Predictable but highly enjoyable.

Qayson H (au) wrote: Hands down - dopest - dope - ever wrote!

Sean C (kr) wrote: Very fun film but it lost some of its charm towards the end.

Thomas P (nl) wrote: her directorial debut, and a cinema triumph. this film is not perfect but vary enjoyable and thought provoking.

Ryan V (gb) wrote: Respectable sequel to the 1966 original. It's a nice followup on the kindly British couple and lion they return to the wild.

Wahida K (ag) wrote: She had Lotions . . . and Potions . . . and Motions!

Alex A (nl) wrote: "Jaws" is a classic story of man vs. beast, nearly perfect in every way.