A young man (Lerman) moves from Montana to Florida with his family, where he's compelled to engage in a fight to protect a population of endangered owls.
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John L (ca) wrote: whoever wrote the dialogue, never went to school...unbelievably bad
Susie B (au) wrote: This really makes you think about how you treat your patients...
Hamad S (gb) wrote: A not-surprising classic in Indian art-house history. Nair does an amazing job of letting the lead characters, who happen to be children, tell their own story with such depth and honesty. And she does it without putting on any pretensions of sympathy, guilt or romanticization.
tyron r (jp) wrote: One of those terrible good horror films that seem to be the new "thing" right now. Interesting but falls on its ass right at the end.
Grant W (us) wrote: What the Hughes brothers manage to do with their film is paint a deadly accurate and empathetic picture that does not follow cliches and stays true to its history and environment.Its message and amount of detail is more than enough to warrant repeated viewings. It is, to put it bluntly, an important film.It stands right on par with the equally masterful "Boyz N The Hood" as a film addressing this subject matter, but as a whole, it goes for a much darker direction.