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Hyenas

A once-prosperous Senegalese village has been falling further into poverty year by year until the village's elders are reduced to selling town possessions to pay debts. Linguère, a former ...

Hyenas is the best great movie of Djibril Diop Mambéty, Friedrich Dürrenmatt (play). This movie was introduced in 1992. There are many actors in this movie torrents, for example Ami Diakhate, Djibril Diop Mambéty, Mansour Diouf, Calgou Fall, Faly Gueye, Mamadou Mahourédia Gueye, Issa Ramagelissa Samb. The kind of movie are Drama. This movie was rated by 7.5 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie torrents. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 110 minutes. BushCuLan is interesting uploader, she is very proactive. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Excited', so what is your thought. Do you know what are visitors? ChimTo is the best. I can't fight my iPhone screen. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amari S (gb)

But perhaps the main reason I'm marking this as TV Viewing is because it really does take a while to get into the story and get past Meg's abuse and understand the relationship dynamic. And while Morgan does this to a point, he isn't Nick's wife. " If just because she is the type of character who triggers either pent up anger for Nick not really fighting back, or some sense of depression for you can see Nick is beaten and bruised, but has no one else to turn to when it comes to buttering him up. Overall: TV ViewingWhile this is a good movie with excellent performances, Meg makes it hard to say this is "Worth Seeing. And honestly I found what she said so bad that I felt a trigger warning was needed in case someone had an emotionally abusive partner in the past. " No, Meg says the type of things of which I'm sure if Nick was younger, and thought more highly of himself, he would probably seek a divorce for Meg is emotionally abusive. And then when it comes to the insults she flings at Nick! Oh, none of them are good natured, "I mean what I say, but I'm going to say it in a nice way so your feelings don't get hurt. For while you understand in the end how Meg and Nick's relationship works, until then it is really hard to see this old man damn near beg his wife for the affection she seems unwilling to give. CriticismBut, even with that said, truly until you reach almost near the end of the film when Morgan (Jeff Goldblum) comes about, this film can be slightly unbearable. So just as much as the two can make you feel depressed by the concept of being with someone 30 years and it becoming like their relationship, at the same time it shows this complexity which allows you to understand how no matter what Meg may say to Nick, and what he may have done in the past, or says in the present, there remains this sense of love between the two buried underneath it all. Then, on the other end of things, you can see that Meg sort of likes how Nick still sticks in there with her, and repeatedly makes her feel desirable and wanted. You can visibly see Nick has become comfortable with her demeaning him, teasing him, and perhaps never becoming fully satisfied with who he is. Perhaps leading you to wonder why this isn't part of the critique? Well, I'm praising it because their relationship is so complicated that you can tell these two have been together for 30 years. And often their relationship seems as uncomfortable for them as it is for you. For not only is Meg hard to please, but seemingly on the verge of a mid-life crisis and stuck with this man who seems to be game with her new life changes, but only because the idea of being alone terrifies him. If just because Duncan's portrayal of Meg is just so vicious that you feel sorry for poor Nick within 10 minutes. But, the question remains: will their marital problems of the present mean their 30th anniversary will be their last, or will they work things out and hopefully make it to their 31st?PraiseI must admit my praise does come with me having to rethink it as I go along, if just because as much as I love the dynamic between Duncan and Broadbent, watching them does become depressing at times. She criticizes him harshly, while giving him a only a slight tease of sweetness, and as the movie goes on you can see the man's self-esteem has likely been beaten to its foundation since, at the end of the day, Meg just isn't happy. For as much as you can see Nick loves Meg, and wants to be intimate with her, it seems Meg isn't as in love with Nick as she perhaps once was. A place where we learn how absent love maybe in their relationship. Characters & StoryTo celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary, Nick (Jim Broadbent) and Meg (Lindsay Duncan) head to Paris, the city of love. So upon seeing his name attached to a drama film, I thought perhaps I should give him a chance in a role in which he is trying to play someone serious, and I'm quite glad I did. And while I will admit I haven't seen every last film he has been in since his role as Harold Zidler, it seems every time I saw him he was some eccentric character who easily became one of the film's highlights. Trigger Warning: Emotional AbuseReview (with Spoilers)Since Moulin Rouge! I have found Jim Broadbent to be a fantastically odd actor. OverviewA couple goes to Paris for their 30th wedding anniversary, it is questionable if they may make it to their 31st


Blake P (ru)

I can dig it - to a point. But with a great soundtrack by its side, it's a movie musical that has plenty of loveliness to pass around. So "God Help the Girl" isn't entirely a success. But the cast is believable enough to ensure that his shortcomings aren't too apparent: Browning, in particular, gives an exceptional performance as a struggling talent who also happens to possess a remarkable voice. But because it's sidelined with an extremely serious subplot, it never quite reaches the euphoric levels it could; Murdoch has all the right moves in mind, but isn't quite adept enough of a filmmaker to pull off portraying a grave subject matter while making everything else gleefully French New Wave in texture. It would have worked charmingly had it directly been a movie about teenagers aspiring to be the "next big thing" in the music industry. And, unfortunately, "God Help the Girl" has a hard time recovering from that aforementioned plot line, too. The prospects are good - everyone involved has more than just a little charisma - but problematic (and forever creeping around) is Eve's past: an eating disorder is simply not something you can walk away from and expect to recover from instantaneously. A short while later and they're friends sharing a seemingly unbreakable bond, soon deciding that their individual musical talents could be best put to use in the form of a rock band. Intrigued by the music scene of Glasgow's West End, she eventually becomes acquainted with James (Olly Alexander), a promising songwriter, and his friend Cassie (Hannah Murray), a burgeoning singer with a honeysuckle voice. The film concerns Eve (Emily Browning), a recovering anorexic teen who dreams of one day becoming a major pop artist. But it has its moments of inspiration, and they count. "God Help the Girl" is messy and imperfect and self-conscious. And yet I find it hard to completely write it off, as its soundtrack is sprightly and its performances are convincing even when the film isn't. The dialogue leans on the more stilted side of things. The staging is sometimes contrived. The plot never quite cohesively comes together (are we watching an optimistic musical or a poignant teenage romantic drama?). Though "God Help the Girl" has a certain sort of bright spark reminiscent of Godard's most joyous 1960s works - it has a way with unforced cool and is cast terrifically - you can feel inexperience dripping from its celluloid skin. That being said, Murdoch is not as apt of a filmmaker as he is a songwriter. Belle & Sebastian's long lasting popularity is not just a result of luck. To write and compose infectious musical work is a gift only few are given, and Murdoch does much with it. I'm only vaguely familiar with their music - I've listened to a couple of their tunes once or twice, never to go overboard in my zeal - but I'm appreciative and aware of Murdoch's skill. The man behind "God Help the Girl," of course, is Stuart Murdoch, a musical legend famous for his influential work with Belle & Sebastian, a beloved pop rock band whose songs have the classic ability to draw even the most jaded of a listener in. It might have worked better had it been thirty minutes shorter, had it avoided quasi-tragic storyline, and had it been directed and written by a veteran filmmaker and not a musician looking for a different way to express himself. But it's too long, too facile, and too unsure of its tone to really stick with us. Because, in essence, it is a likable film - it's a twee toe-tapper of a movie that does more good than it does harm. "God Help the Girl" is a precocious, forgettable indie band metamorphosed into a precocious, forgettable indie movie musical, so cutesy and so impressed with itself that we almost hate ourselves for experiencing moments of weakness in which we actually like it


Deuce S (es)

Incredible CGI graphics on a Epic scale!


Jeff B (jp)

Suspenseful, even with knowing the end. Lots of good performances; Lane and Malkovich were great (as usual). A heart-warming story


Lori B (jp)

Must see. Beautiful, heartbreaking movie


Mark N (jp)

his will cheer you up *guaranteed* Buy it, borrow it, steal it! - just watch it!. Woah great great film


Mary F (fr)

ood story!. A brave woman who had the corage to say what she believed, althought her own people didnt understand her


Mystryfann (ru)

It helps to have a bit of a different sense of humor with this one. At the same time, if I could have rolled on the floor laughing I would have. Though this is a fun movie to see, the fist time through it was a bit of a shock to the system. Heed the rating on this film it is there for a reason. The cast chosen for this film works well. I don't know maybe my humor is a bit off. I can still laugh at and with the humor in this film. . . After all this time


Nick R (ca)

Outrageously funny, charismatic and fun! Coffee-Town never tries to take itself too seriously while almost magically allowing every joke to hit its stride


Rita M (fr)

keep thinking about it every time i go to bed!!!!. . interesting