A news-reel like movie about early part of the Frensh Revolution, shown from the eyes of individual people, citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course the king Louis XVI, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A film about the early part of the French Revolution, shown from the eyes of the citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course, the king Louis XVI, each showing their own small problems.
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Billy M (es) wrote: This movie was hysterical!
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J M (kr) wrote: i think denis leary is gonna puke on the cover.
Sean L (ru) wrote: Was this just re-released? It was listed as 'just arrived' at the library.
Holly M (br) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS RIDICULOUS. HAIM'S CHARACTER GETS AWAY WITH EVERYTHING. Still laughed though.
Reece L (us) wrote: The characters in Rumble Fish are relics of the past, the last remaining stragglers from a period of large-scale gang violence who now sit around all day looking for any excuse to relive what they either experienced or have heard about from their older siblings. Rusty James leads this group, a young teenager hiding his own insecurities and feelings of inferiority towards his older brother behind empty bravado; this is the main idea Rumble Fish deals with, the nature of urban youth carrying out violence simply due to their proximity to each other and their relationships with previous generations. Coppola creates an industrial, expressionistic world for these characters to live in, a sweltering pressure-cooker that forces violence out of its bored inhabitants photographed in black and white and directed in a kinetic, experimental style. This provides compelling context, elevating what is essentially a standard "we've got to get out of this town" story.
Coltin L (it) wrote: This movie is heart warming and heartbreaking simultaneously. This movie strikes perhaps the most difficult societal issue down with an axe and never misses. The social commentary found in this film is as relevant as it was seven years ago and will likely continue to be for some time to come as gang culture proliferates. Eastwood plays the role of a xenophobic korean war vet absolutely perfectly. His character is so clearly broken, making his redemption deep and impactful.Though the film is not without its flaws, the central message, the motifs of forgiveness, acceptance, and perhaps most importantly, human kinship, carry this film from start to finish. This is an eye-opening film, beautifully directed, and acted by Eastwood and the actual Hmong cast. The story is simply unforgettable. Please watch Gran Torino. It deserves to be seen not only by movie lovers. But humankind as a whole.
Chantal v (kr) wrote: Well this was a lovely surprise. Nothing spectacular, but a warm, funny and atmospheric village tale that make you want to go visit it now.
MariePier D (ca) wrote: That was kind of depressing, Where is the happy ending All Jane Austen's books have...