Mississippi Chicken

Mississippi Chicken

Questions of race, workers' rights and exploitation form the crux of this intriguing documentary about Latin American immigrants living in rural Mississippi, where poultry plants promise ...

  • Category:Documentary
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  • Uploader:DeGea
  • Country:USA
  • Director:John Fiege
  • Writer:John Fiege, Anita Grabowski

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Mary Jo S (ru) wrote: So much fun to watch. Extremely interesting. Well acted and well directed. Very smart film!

Frances H (ru) wrote: Excellent film that portrays a young boy's abrupt coming of age in German occupied Holland during WWII. Movingly told.

Bradley S (es) wrote: I don't think you could get a better war movie than this one

Aj V (kr) wrote: This movie is okay. I liked Sarandon the best in the cast, she's such a great actress. The story is alright, but nothing really new, it's sort of like a drug drama from the 70s, but it gets kind of dull at times.

Austin K (nl) wrote: One of the best westerns ever made. The cast is just incredible. Emilio was outstanding!

Sasha J (mx) wrote: I like this movie on youtube because it's beautiful dramatic biography love chemistry between Priscilla and Elvis.

Haroon R (ag) wrote: Firstly I would like to outrightly reject the moralist and political criticism of the film, such as the accusation of insensitivity towards the gay community, which is really more of a "fish out of the bowl" than a whodunnit or whydunnit movie. Stories are not homophobic, people are. Cruising merely tells the story of a life from the eyes of someone who does not understand it, or even finds it repulsive. The film is more about Steve Burns, the Pacino character, than it is about a serial killer stabbing around gay people, but I am not saying it is not about the latter. However, the killing mystery part is the slightly weaker point of this very strong film. I consider it remarkable in terms of Friedkin's usual brilliant visual storytelling, editing and transitions. This man really makes pictures do the talking. You don't need a narration with him. Pacino's distracted performance is very fitting for the plot. I like it better than many of his other parts. There has been criticism on undeveloped characters and motives in this film, which I am not sure if I take as a thriller. You just cruise through this film. At least I did not care about what would happen next. Maybe it's a failure. Maybe it's not. Maybe the undeveloped, distant characters are deliberate. They certainly add to the mystery of the film, such as the serial killer's father, and what the protagonist is thinking about how he is feeling towards his sexuality. With a film like this, I don't care what the novel and the articles that it is based on really said. It's just a different story. Everything about this film is so ironical. One of the best parts about the execution of this film is how the mood is set till the end. I like how music is used in it. I really love the ending. A film everyone who loves cinema must watch, particularly those interested in studying whatever they can about directing by whatever of that is possible through watching a film. I love Spielberg's work but I am glad that William Friedkin directed it. And the only political message I take away from this film is that it has done what an artist is supposed to do. Push the barriers to tolerance, challenge the conventions of contemporary art and pinch the comfort level of the audience. Long live free speech. My Logline: A straight cop is made to cruise through the unfamiliar world of gay sex clubs and bars in search of an elusive serial killer, whose sexuality becomes his greatest struggle. My Tagline: What are you really afraid of? / You made me do it (The line from the film I hate the most)

Matt P (ca) wrote: Garfield, you fat cat, you've done it again. you're such an overweight feline.