Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes
The movie follows the perspective of several characters (such as Japanese victims, soldiers, American prisoners of war and others) and how they lived or tried to survive the effects felt during the aftermath of the Atomic Bomb dropping by the Enola Gay at Hiroshima, during World War II.
- Stars:Max von Sydow, Judd Nelson, Mako, Tamlyn Tomita, Stan Egi, Brady Tsurutani, Sab Shimono, Shizuko Hoshi, Ben Wright, Pat Morita, Kim Miyori, Natsuko Ohama, Elizabeth Sung, Rodney Kageyama, Ping Wu,
- Director:Peter Werner,
- Writer:John McGreevey
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Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Hideous movie. Beautifully creepy shots...otherwise hideous. Bad acting, bad writing, bad plot. Zzzzzzz
(ca) wrote: One of the best movies of the year. Neil diservs best actor award, outstanding. MAnoj Bajpal diservs best supporting actor, fantastic!
(mx) wrote: Not everyone gets this movie but it leave a mark
(nl) wrote: When her Stalkertunity Goes Very Wrong, & they put her under House Arrest, she becomes the Bane of this Geeky Techs Existance & then they Fall in Lust.You can't quite prepare yourself for this one.I didn't know Robin Tunney had this in her.
(us) wrote: silly moments but highly recommended and watchable
(ru) wrote: All they did in this movie is eat food...
(it) wrote: Great movie one of our favorite Christmas movies
(br) wrote: Mind boggling eroticism... a deft blend of outrageous sex and equally outrageous humour.
(kr) wrote: Refreshingly unique and exquisitely directed, Distant Voices, Still Lives is a stimulating semi-autobiography of writer-director Terrence Davies.
(es) wrote: Did you love "Koyaanisqatsi" and "Last of England"? Do you want to see early-80's Japan and West Africa with boring narration? Then have I got the movie for you! This is what a substitute shows in an anthropology class. It's an informative look at history and culture, but unless you are intensely interested in the period or settings, it's pretty tedious.
(au) wrote: a brilliant film. i love the effects of the monster. i watched this recently in colour for the first time but i would recommend sticking with the black and white version. this is deffiantly one to watch.
(ru) wrote: In Broadway Danny Rose Woody Allen finds a well done story with splendid performances that manages to be haertfelt and funny even if it is a little famliar.