Kandahar

Kandahar

After an Afghanistan-born woman who lives in Canada receives a letter from her suicidal sister, she takes a perilous journey through Afghanistan to try to find her.

After an Afghanistan-born woman who lives in Canada receives a letter from her suicidal sister, she takes a perilous journey through Afghanistan to try to find her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kandahar torrent reviews

Nick J (es) wrote: TOTTALLYY AWWESOMMEE.

Habib A (it) wrote: Watched it just because of Sanaa Lathan but it ended up being surprisingly good. Deals with interracial relationships and they don't go over the top with it.

Vuong B (us) wrote: if the first movie is this good then you can assume how the next movie will be

Molly T (nl) wrote: alright so maybe i havent seen this movie but the name is amazing

Marti L (de) wrote: This was just cute ?? a non-traditional love story to say the least. That's right, baby, leave your boots on...

MEC r (kr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Lysann B (kr) wrote: Fun, Fun, Fun! That's all I can say ;)

Matthew G (ag) wrote: Lots of this is astonishing and memorable; some of it is slow and ponderous. Fascinating to watch it after having recently read Vargas Llosa's The War of the End of the World. Cool music too.

Tommy K (kr) wrote: The characters' perspectives of the addressed crime are all cleverly written and delightfully ambiguous, the sets are beautiful and realistic, and the performances are very well delivered. One of Japan's best classic films.

Njeri M (jp) wrote: The plot is an interesting one, but the execution was definitely lacking.

Tony M (gb) wrote: only one thing to say... SOLOMON KANE TWO, NOW!!!

Dave J (kr) wrote: Plot takes place during the housing crisis with

Andrew M (nl) wrote: Monster's Ball is the kind of movie that should be full of cliche plot points and familiar tropes, but thankfully, it isn't. Marc Forster's tale of a racist prison guard who ends up falling for a black woman tied to his work is very grounded in reality, and very honest in telling this story. The plot coincidences might bother some, but the way the film progresses makes them insignificant in terms of the overall product. All three lead performances are excellent. Billy Bob Thornton puts in a lot of effort that allows for his character to have a reasonable and realistic character arc. It's debatable that Halle Berry deserved to actually win an Oscar for her performance in this, but this is certainly award worthy work from her. Berry does a really good job of handling her character's troubled lifestyle in what is probably one of her better performances. Heath Ledger is also solid, despite a very limited amount of screen time. Overall, Monster's Ball is a very grounded drama that executes themes of racism in a manner that's never preachy or overly sentimental.