For weeks, 12-year-old Hayat (a word that means ‘life’) has been cramming for her final exam. Then the night before, her father falls ill and is rushed to hospital. Hayat is left alone to look after her infant sister. Help is at hand, but Hayat is not one to forego her responsibilities. Somehow the need to appear for her exam and look after her baby sister have to be reconciled.
For weeks, 12-year-old Hayat (a word that means ‘life’) has been cramming for her final exam. Then the night before, her father falls ill and is rushed to hospital. Hayat is left alone to look after her infant sister. Help is at hand, but Hayat is not one to forego her responsibilities. Somehow the need to appear for her exam and look after her baby sister have to be reconciled. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Fascinating documentary regarding the moving of an old plantation. The actual moving of the buildings is just a small (though, fascinating in its own right) part of the film. The film also covers family history, the reality vs the Hollywood mythology of plantation life, and the legacy of slavery. I found it especially interesting, as the plantation (and now shopping center) in question was/is literally less than a mile from my home.
(gb) wrote: Matt Stifler, the younger brother of the legendary Steve Stifler, who made it big as Hollywood porn-producer and shamelessly ignores the idolizing kid brother, may claim the title of Stifmeister as his heritage, but even for his horniest mates he's little more then a bad joke.
(ag) wrote: I. like. it ?????????????????????????????????
(gb) wrote: WAY beyond expectations. took me awhile to see then i fell in love with Braff
(de) wrote: I've wasted an hour and a half in worse ways, but the best part of this movie is the music that plays over the closing credits. The rest was just charming camp reminiscent of the old Batman TV series starring Adam West. As I recall, Frank Gorshin was in that also. Coincidence?
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed some parts, but on the whole it really didn't stand up for long.
(ag) wrote: An epic of the truest sense: it is obsessively and meticulously crafted by a madman; its length, and pace, makes it unforgettable to some, unbearable to most; the subject matter is deafeningly political, grotesquely gorgeous, and darkly hilarious; and, of course, it is indescribably brilliant in every conceivable regard.
(kr) wrote: Another heap of manure dished up by avedon that has you rolling with laughter for the stale, overused plot,and tragic overacting. So bad my eyes bled..
(nl) wrote: hey i saw this movie long time ago its pretty good
(mx) wrote: The post-apocalyptic incarnation of Road House. While it's not as fun or innately campy, it's just worth watching for the crazy costumes and characters. Patrick Swayze embodies the nomad lifestyle, a drifter that only cares about himself and has no ties to anyone. However, Kasha and her son make his heart strong and he begins to fight for a cause. While this is no doubt the poor man's Road Warrior in every way possible, it's just so honest and straight-forward in what it gives you.
(es) wrote: Bronco Billy McCoy is the proud owner of a small traveling Wild West show. But the business isn't doing too well: since six months he couldn't pay his employees. At a gas station he picks up Antoinette, a stuck-up blonde from a rich family, who was left there by her husband in the wedding night without a penny. Bronco likes her looks and hires her as his assistant. But she seems to bring them bad luck: the business gets even worse. In these hard times she looses her reluctance and starts to like her new way of life... and Bronco Billy. stars Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Scatman Crothers, Bill McKinney, Sam Bottoms, Dan Vadis, Sierra Pecheur and Walter Barnes. directed by Clint Eastwood.