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Pavan C (ag) wrote: Concept is good but taking was confused and complicated with no meaning

JJ M (ag) wrote: A film that slowly, slowly ekes out more in its story and admirably develops unexpectedly making it compelling for 2/3s of the running time. Unfortuantely, this development is more like a descent into unpleasantness. Characters become desperate, all hope fades and the director obviously indulges in making the viewer wince by constructing even more graphic scenes than the last. It made me feel cold at the end and I didn't like the hip style that the production brought to the drama. Out of place. Still, well-acted by Darin and Martina Gusman.

Meghan D (us) wrote: davy is convincing, and the ending unveils some of the emotion behind the story, and that had been subtle in characters' faces (and voices) throughout the movie. what gets easier with practice? feeling connecting with others, and comfortable with ourselves in those moments of close connection (?) (maybe sometimes it just remains forever challenging)

Brendon M (kr) wrote: Lacks personality but has a few genuine creepy moments of sound design and nightmarish imagery. Not required except for Schrader and Exorcist completists.

Purva P (kr) wrote: Superb, gritty movie. An adaptaion of Macbeth. Brilliantly acted, directed and written.Must watch.

Trev B (de) wrote: This is based on one of my favourite Kurt Vonnegut books and is a faithful adaptation, although it's nowhere near as good as the book. There's a brief non-speaking appearance by the great Kurt himself which I found poignant given his (relatively) recent death. Worth a watch but I'd recommend the book more.

Heidi O (gb) wrote: haveing been a dancer, i think demi could have been trained a bit more in the exotic danceing

Abigail K (es) wrote: I'm ashamed to say that it confused me. I loved the cinematography and the philosophical banter.

Ryan L (mx) wrote: You'd think something pre-2000 with Van Damme would be action packed, right? You'd be wrong. What was supposed to be a good shoot-em up movie turned into a slow movie with bad accents and very little going on. Watch at your own risk.

ld p (es) wrote: Good Movie be sure and read Ebert's review. Very interesting to see the point of view of the free slaves in Brazil in 1600 and 1700 fighting for their continued freedom. I would have like the movie more if they had not interspersed the film with modern Brazilian popular music. It just did not fit in. I enjoyed the story characters and costumers were fantastic. The Dancing singing and staging of the dancing in the Brazilian town was incredible. the story/plot seemed a little over romanticized toward the side of the oppressed.( I guess for the Capoeira crowd in Brazil) Highly Recommended.!! A very unusual and interesting historical drama set in the north east of brazil. Pernambucu. four stars

Paul S (nl) wrote: one of the bbc,s best films........

Michael M (au) wrote: Wonder movie and very timely.

Adam D (au) wrote: This was...actually a REALLY GOOD movie!

Adam T (gb) wrote: - Wonderfully exotic escapist movie about a convict in the French penal system who makes a pact with another inmate to escape only to be caught and dealt a harsher sentence each time. The title character is not honest and therefore it is difficult to sympathise with him but his ongoing escape attempts in spite of the possible consequences, say much about the resilience of the human spirit. Whether you care or not about him escaping, his unmitigated desire to escape is the point to his existence.