Kingdom of Dust
In a basement, somewhere in war torn Baghdad, hostage Adam Smith is waiting to die. With no time, no chance, and no hope, he must look into the abyss of his own personal hell and it is here, 'in the valley of the shadow of death' that something divine is awaiting him.
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Kingdom of Dust torrent reviews
(it) wrote: really terrific film. i learned to drive in an xc (not as cool as the xb coupe but still cool) and i understand the love. The relationships between bana, family and friends is very touching, and this gives the film both a poignant and exciting view into his life. recommend.
(jp) wrote: Que dolor de cabeza y que sacrificio pa verla completa. Maldito desparche televisivo.
(es) wrote: When you wake up early on a Saturday and your girlfriend flicks to this and you have an hour and a half to kill and you're too lazy to flip the channels, and you feel you may be on the verge of falling asleep any moment, and you think this may be a good sedative, then... and ONLY then, is it acceptable to watch this low budget, non-sensical crap.
(br) wrote: Must sdee for us all!
(kr) wrote: my favourite Disney movie.
(mx) wrote: I sometimes don't understand low ratings here. Critics and audiences alike. This was not a bad film at all. Other than that kid being God, everything was amazing. The acting, dialogue, CGI.
(kr) wrote: Very very rubbish! Bad acting and the storyline was terrible!
(es) wrote: A really good and funny film a little different than I expected but it was funnier than I expected as well, Well worth a watch.
(it) wrote: In Cape Town, a professor who was fired for screwing a student retreats to his daughter's ranch where they encounter provincial politics and a gang of rapist thieves.This is an extraordinary film. The plot, drenched with post-colonial themes that expose the racism inherent in apartheid, unfolds deftly, and the characters are all compelling, drawn finely and with an uncomfortable realism. The performances are all great, especially by John Malkovich. The scenes between David and Petrus are always rich with subtext.The film's message - even though it's too complex to be reduced to a simple moral - draws a comparison between the Lucy's rape and what white colonialists have done to the country. Additionally, the white characters are in and of themselves victims to their own greedy system.Malkovich, as I've said, is amazing in this film, and I think he can do anything, but he can't do an accent - the one flaw of his work in this film.Overall, Disgrace is simply great, especially for those of you interested in post-colonial theory.