Iron Island

Iron Island

Squatters live on a mothballed oil tanker in the Persian Gulf. The children attend a school on board; men harvest scrap metal and old oil in the hull; women keep house and raise children and Captain Nemat runs it all with an iron hand. We follow a lad who rescues fish trapped in the hull, an old man who stares at the sun, the idealistic teacher, and Ahmad, the Captain's assistant who has fallen in love with a young woman whose father wants to marry her to someone of means. What future has this sinking city?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Persian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ship,   sea,   forbidden love,  

Squatters, mostly Arabs in Persia, live on a mothballed oil tanker in the Persian Gulf. The children attend a school on board; men harvest scrap metal and old oil in the hull; women keep ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Iron Island torrent reviews

Ken D (ru) wrote: Watchable. Zombies and for some reason robots. Dolph Lundgren plays Dolph Lundgren as he is in every role.

Huw G (de) wrote: Tense, but let down by its low budget shaky cam & darkness.

Terri H (de) wrote: No thanks - Not interested

Guido S (us) wrote: The story of the first African American to be a Navy diver. An interesting tale about how he rose through the ranks to even get there and the wfight to survive the constant harrassment. This is very similar to The Guardian with Ashton Kutcher, but I enjoyed this one a lot more. Felt like the story moved much more fluidly and doesn't go too over the top with anything. One of Gooding's better performances, and De Niro is also very good. A very solid film

Greg N (jp) wrote: It's like Almodovar only it's not. Cause it doesn't have the same ability to throw morality completely out the window and let the characters literally do whatever. It has it's merits though. Such as Javier Bardem who is scary creepy here and his equally scary co-star.

Oy3 M Cnto (us) wrote: Itz hecka funny but he a lil freak

Kari K (kr) wrote: This film perfectly captures the boredom and angst of being at teenager on a Friday night with nothin to do! Dazed and Confused in tge 90s

Ross M (au) wrote: A clash of classes and the inane chatter that ensues during after parties among the young upper crust is far more entertaining than one would assume. Metropolitan follows Tom Townsend as he infiltrates a group of upper crusters and then slowly becomes a valued member of their clique. Their parties consist of conversations of political beliefs, merits of different authors, and the typical romance melo-drama that the kids can't escape being in their early twenties. Each party plays out like a separate Vignette, and the only person we really see outside of the parties is Tom Townsend, and this is only to reflect where he was coming from. The empty babble about political ideals sounds ridiculous coming from the party goers mouths (probably more so since I've tried to swear off anything revolving around politics), especially when balanced with their secret flirtations and frustrations on display while in formal wear. One has to wonder, while watching the film, if their parents are anything like the children, dressing up in formal wear, talking empty talk, or if they're the exact opposite... Either way, Metropolitan is an entertaining film, which while isn't the best in its technical aspects, is still a solid film worth watching.

Danny R (nl) wrote: Irvin Kershner's compelling remake of the classic 1965 James Bond film "Thunderball," with Sir Sean Connery delivering a brilliantly stylish performance that is filled with self-deprecating humor which makes this a welcome return to his legendary iconic role of James Bond after 12 years away from it, and it is a major treat indeed. The story concerns the nefarious "SPECTRE" head Blofeld, nicely played by Max Von Sydow, he has stolen two nuclear warheads from NATO air command with the help of his deadly female agent Fatima Blush, played marvelously by Barbara Carrera, in a memorable Golden Globe nominated performance. Biofeld threatens to detonate the atomic bombs in major cities if he is not paid the extortionate ransom. Chief overseer of this hideous plan is the billionaire Emile Largo, played brilliantly Klaus Maria Brandeur, who has one of the bombs hidden in an underwater cavern. Bond pursues Largo around the globe in an attempt to find both bombs and stop him, visiting such places as Monte Carlo and North Africa during the course of the mission. Astute direction by Irvin Kershner, with solid supporting performances by Kim Basinger, Bernie Casey, Edward Fox, Alec McCowed, and Rowan Atkinson. Well-crafted with beautiful cinematography. A fine Bond adventure! Highly Recommended.

Sheila C (us) wrote: Flawed epic set in the 16th Century

Evan K (fr) wrote: It's funny, but not as great as I anticipated being from Larry David.

Eayhn P (fr) wrote: I believe no movie is perfect but Groundhog day comes close. This is my all time favorite movie watch it if haven't before.

Kristi L (it) wrote: the things i disliked about "mutual appreciation" and "the puffy chair," i disliked about this.

Chris S (mx) wrote: It's not a historically-accurate film, but Tombstone stands as one of my favorite movies of all-time. The cast is impeccable (Val Kilmer turns in one of my favorite rolls in any movie I've seen), the music is outstanding - if there is one problem with the movie, it's that it can't be duplicated. There are few movies out there that I would call "favorite", and Tombstone definitely slots into that category. Of course, few people going to the theater today would appreciate the movie as much as audiences did.