While she fights a heroic battle against the Spanish besieger with her female army, Kenau, driven by hate and sorrow of the execution of her youngest daughter, is threatened to also lose her eldest daughter, because her fear and pain are covered by her stubborn closeness.

The film is a short anecdote about an army of female warriors in the history of the Dutch struggle against the Spanish. A widow with heroic spirit led an army of women fighting heroically to extend the time for Prince William to focus uprising forces and eventually died quietly contributed the independence win for Dutch. The spirit and her victory was an affirmation of women';s rights and gaining respect for women at that time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kenau torrent reviews

Craig T (au) wrote: This is assured filmmaking to be sure and I applaud director Loktev's tenacious focus. But... As unimpeachable as I find her artistry, I must balk at her unwillingness to meld it with the needs of art's audience.

James C (kr) wrote: Edward James Olmos goes back to 1968 when students in East L.A. got paddled for speaking in English and given janitorial duty for speaking back. This film was highly recommended to me at an "Immigrants in America" event I went to and this is a real eye opener as this recreation happened in my home town.

Golam R (br) wrote: It was ok. Not as good as the first two though...

Gretchen W (ca) wrote: There are so many things wrong with this movie....I wouldn't know where to stop if I started so I was simply going to point how gross it was to see Cuba having sex with Helen Mirren I mean I like her as an actress (though not n this movie) but I swear she has to be like 80! Her n Cuba doing the DO not a good look. BUT turns out that was not the nastiest thing n the movie. Monique catching her guy going down on his patient n him coming up with that all that wet shit on his face Neva wiping it off during the entire scene yep that was pretty disgusting! Enuff said!!

Luke M (de) wrote: Despite its shortcomings, Sandler's Click is a startlingly profound and equally funny film that conveys its message with honesty and clarity.

Robert C (us) wrote: The movie has nice heart, and could be one of Tim Allen's best (not saying much). But it doesn't quite go where I want it to go, and I think they missed some opportunities, especially with the father/daughter aspect, which is set up early on and then disappears after about 20 minutes.

Luke B (ca) wrote: A trio of bizarrely animated obsessed young folk are zapped into their favorite cartoon. Now the cartoon's real and full of terrible costumes. The vocal cast apply as many cartoon sounding voices as possible, making this an irritating film to concentrate on. It's also full of strange editing and weird moments for narrative twists. The main villain reveals his true identity in a quick cutaway from the protagonists journey. After being hooded for the whole film, we cut to him sitting at a desk with no hood. There isn't much of a city to speak of, and when you see the obviously rubber triceratops doing some martial arts, you start to wonder what the fuck is going on. Nowher near as cool as dinosaur films should be.

Samantha S (us) wrote: for men and lesbians only

Scott M (mx) wrote: A cop gets a convict out of jail for 48 hours so he can help him catch a cop killer. So many wonderful characters in this movie. Walter Hill really knew that to make a good movie you need interesting characters. Murphy and Nolte really excel.

Private U (au) wrote: It doesn't *really* work, but it's a nice effort on Cukor's part anyway. Hepburn is as endearing as she usually was in her early roles, while Grant plays a bit against type. It's fun but rather odd and can't really summon up enough energy to be very enjoyable.

Daniel M (au) wrote: It has a few decent action scenes, and a talented cast, but its quite forgettable.