I Am Belfast

I Am Belfast

Belfast, it's a city that is changing, changing because the people are leaving? But one came back, a 10,000 year old woman who claims that she is the city itself.

A poetic visual depiction and exploration of Belfast and its citizens, told by Belfast-born documentarian Mark Cousin. It's an emotional journey through the rich, complex and often tragic history of the Northern Irish controversial but inspiring capital. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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I Am Belfast torrent reviews

Robert H (au) wrote: Peter Berg's most mature film. Upon rewatching, I began to appreciate the movie more as I saw the film's emotional moments to be heartbreaking. If you want non stop action, with admittedly very little traditional character building, then give Lone survivor a watch.

Thomas (us) wrote: A very nuanced and well-balanced movie on the subject of hermaphrodites. But not much more, for my part.

Josh N (us) wrote: Fun French movie. Reminds me of when I was there.

anthony r (ag) wrote: son gets left behind while the parents continue to be radicals or serve justice either way the kid suffers

Leo B (ag) wrote: As the tagline for the film says "A senseless tragedy. An unlikely friendship. A search for answers." What was suppose to be another normal day at their high school leaves 10 students (including a gunman) dead and one (Deanna Cartwright) injured in the hospital. As the police search to find answers to why the incident happened, all the evidence leads to the only survivor (Alicia Browning) who was present during the attacks. In hopes of trying to get Alicia to open up about what she knows, she is tasked with visiting Deanna in the hospital. Once there, these two women must overcome their differences and help each other through the most traumatic experience they have ever known...surviving death! Somewhat of a mix between 'The Breakfast Club' and 'Bowling for Columbine', this film explores the dynamics between high school cliques and gun laws in society. A film that was over-looked upon it's release, 'Home Room' is a must watch for those who love psychological dramas. Due to it's very heavy and graphic subject matter, Viewer Discretion is Advised!!!!

Harry G (ag) wrote: It is as much an in depth, thoughtful vision of the significance of being Jewish as it is a character study of an aggravated lost soul, torn between conflicting beliefs. The intrigue and overall compelling nature of the film however are almost entirely due to Gosling's performance; which is to say the least, absolutely incredible.

Steve D (nl) wrote: One of my favorites as a kid. Definitely lost something when I got older but the hockey is still fun

Scott P (it) wrote: My Dad Loved this movie!

Andy B (us) wrote: It is simple enough to make an outrageous or offensive film. It is much more difficult to create art that matches shock with substance frame for frame. Ken Russell does this brilliantly here. He follows the musical legacy of composers Frank Liszt and Richard Wagner throughout history in a way boggles the mind of even the most seasoned moviegoer. The imagery and humor developed throughout is wildly successful. Think Austin Powers directed by Clockwork Orange era Stanley Kubrick. This movie is still well ahead of its time, but anyone interested in the historical importance of music or in the work of directors like Russell will find something here well worth their time. Oh yeah, and Ringo Starr as the Pope is hilarious. Note: not for the easily offended.

JamesMasaki R (us) wrote: Maybe Fassbender was about quantity more than quality in 1970, making 5 films within a few months, and for me, "Gods Of The Plague" was pretty meh, as a standalone film. Now, back to back with "Love is Colder...", and "The American Soldier" together, maybe you have something going on, but this is not The Godfather... more of an exercise in Fassbinder finding himself. The creativity bug is here, but the auteuristic talent is still forthcoming...

Joel T (jp) wrote: This film lets us know what it would have been like had Hitchcock gone New Wave. Gorgeous and desperately deprived.

Hugo G (kr) wrote: 7.2/10Audrey Hepburn's screen presence is marvelous, she's such a beautiful performer and she really made it better. What I didn't like was the obvious huge age different between her and her love interest, but nonetheless it was a nice musical that had some iconic Audrey Hepburn moments. ~August 23, 2016~

Greg W (fr) wrote: Things pick up in the dark final third; there's a famous -- very Langian -- scene in which Scott, tied up with rope, escapes by holding his bonds over a real fire.

Shawn S (jp) wrote: I spent most of the first half of this movie trying to figure out what the fuck was going on. After I figured it out, it still didn't make sense.

Griffin W (jp) wrote: Investing, innovative, and thought provoking. Inception is an absolute triumph that exceeds the standards of a summer blockbuster. It has the intelligence that is just stellar and the visuals of a masterpiece. This will go down in cinematic history as the Nolan movie that brought people back to the days of when the cinema was an artform an experience and thought about as a dream. "I'M SPEECHLESS"

QT C (mx) wrote: The story and narration was a bit boring, and maybe because I am not a fan of war movies either.

Karen D (ru) wrote: Why is this not showing in ANY London cinemas? Straight to DVD? Incredible.