Using the reflections and analysis of many renowned intellectuals, this documentary draws a portrait of neoliberal ideology and examines the various mechanisms used to impose its dictates throughout the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
L'encerclement - La démocratie dans les rets du néolibéralisme
Using the reflections and analysis of many renowned intellectuals, this documentary draws a portrait of neoliberal ideology and examines the various mechanisms used to impose its dictates throughout the world.
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Jason K (br) wrote: Final movie on my long queue of Italian films. I saved one of the best for last
intuciic (ru) wrote: good horror movie.unusual plot.just without real sense why all those killings happened in fact..
Mikkos G (de) wrote: I LOVE BEN 1O <3<3<3<3<3
John B (br) wrote: I thought this was a good movie and interesting story that kept you guessing until the end. Good cast too
Lydia K (au) wrote: First off, THIS MOVIE IS COMPLETELY FICTIONAL. Jane Austen did have a brief flirtation with a man named Tom Lefroy, but she was certainly not secretly engaged to him, nor did they attempt to elope.That said, it's a mildly enjoyable film, although it has some very ludicrous moments (such as her punching Tom Lefory in the woods- really? Next up we'll be seeing Austen cat-fight video games!)
sitenoise (ru) wrote: Mami Nakamura's performance makes this one a big winner. She's engaging and sympathetic from start to finish as a girl who lives her love for the guy upstairs vicariously through his garbage. The script is tight and amusing. A small film shot on DV.
Conor B (au) wrote: It seems like as Godard's career advances the films get more beautiful to the eyes yet more trying on the patience. "2 or 3 Things" has some wonderful moments but the film seems to drag to often.
Terry D (kr) wrote: Knockout adaptation of Harper Lee's important contribution to American literature. Quite simply, this should be required viewing for every American. Gregory Peck, in a career-defining performance, absolutely brings the character of Atticus Finch to life in front of our very eyes. This film is pretty much pitch perfect in every way -- casting and acting, screenplay, musical score, cinematography, direction...and of course, the underlying lessons, messages, and truths. An absolute treasure.
Adrian B (ag) wrote: One of William Wyler's early hits, "Dodworth" follows the life of a couple (Walter Huston and Ruth Chatterton) who are on a trip to Europe after Huston's title character Dodsworth retires from his job. Unfortunately, Huston's retirement makes his wife feel old and her love for him soon dimishes, in which she finds another man on their European vacation. In addition, Huston finds another woman (Mary Astor) himself, but their love affair does not blossom right away. This film is regarded as one of Wyler's early hits. Unfortunately, I did not think this was his best film by any means. The acting and storyline are okay. I found the film to be a bit dated and to have lost some of its charm. I have also found that Wyler, and one of my other favourite directors, Alfred Hitchcock, released their best films 1940 and after. It is my opinion though. "Dodsworth" is an okay film by this master.
David S (us) wrote: Also watched Changing Lanes tonight. A story of two men in their way to separate court hearing when they literally bump into each other on the freeway. After a story of intensity, payback, revenge and honesty ensues. Affleck and Jackson go on a collision course against each other and it won't end well for someone, maybe both. It's beautifully shot and the performances are great, especially Jackson.
Jacob B (ag) wrote: D+The themes can be thought-provoking at times, but 'Equilibrium' needs to touch more on them. Instead, it's a movie where the characters break their own laws when they're supposed to be emotionless.