The promise of a better life is pivotal in ten-year-old Fee’s decision to travel from her home in Romania to Germany. But she falls victim to child traffickers and is forced to work as a prostitute in a Berlin sex club. She is freed, however, after a police raid. When commissioner Wegemann takes up this serious case of sexual abuse, there’s a shocking discovery: a respected judge is a customer of the crime ring – and the state attorney helping her is a good friend of the judge. Are the police capable of protecting the young girl? Who can be trusted in this quagmire of lies and corruption? This crime drama addresses serious flaws in our society and their weakest victims: children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Max G (it) wrote: This is the best horror movie I have ever seen. It keeps you on the edge of your seat for the entire runtime. But what I liked about this movie the most was its interpretation of grief. Not everyone who sees this film will pick up on it many will see it as a straight up monster movie and will be horribly disappointed. But the people who understands the movies second meaning will enjoy it as much as I did I guarantee it.
Rangan R (ru) wrote: The movie also known as 'The Golden Dream' is about the central Americans who try to cross the borders of their neighbor country looking for the opportunity to live a better life. From the Spanish filmmaker who is famous for his camera works on Hollywood's big projects carved this movie. This movie was based on the collections of the true information given by the immigrates. Like a documentary style it was told with many heartbreaking incidents. The story begins with the three youngsters from Guatemala, set a one way voyage by foot to the land of opportunity leaving behind the life of poverty. They need to cross a couple of borders and in a halfway through a new member joins them. One of the longest expedition is the train journey travelling across the Mexico where the series of obstacles are waiting for them. Overcoming from all the dangers to reach the final destination is the remain half.''I feel that everything we will see on theother side will be full of good.'' Most of the movie is about the train journey. Since it was partially inspired by the real events there are some scenes which are hard to digest. It happens just like that, I once went mute for a scene. Half a world still live in a world like this which is not safer. Very realistic narration with the outstanding performances by the young actors given a great product output. It is just like the British movie 'In this World', except set in a different continent. Same youngsters with same notion who were ready to face odds to get a bright future. For the director it is a fine debut. Looks simple work, but done lots of hard work to capture the images. The majority of the movie was shot in remote places like rail track, villages and jungle like landscapes. It might have not done a good commercial business, though the appreciation from the film festival circuit will boost the filmmaker's confidence for his future projects. The movie is slow and it is silent in most of the parts, but the strength is the powerful contents about the adventure.
John W (kr) wrote: Not even the fact that I'm IN the movie can save this one! =)
Cole R (ca) wrote: A better than average kid's movie. Although last time I saw it, I was a kid (little kid at least), so I'm probably biased...
Blake B (es) wrote: Dark, smart, subversive, Heathers is a genial, gamechanger of a teen flick.
Anna B (mx) wrote: Robert Redford was hilarious in his role. Entertaining '60s film.
Timothy J (gb) wrote: 1970's Creature Feature Fare.
Matthew S (de) wrote: It's entertaining, but not on par with the soon to follow Caballeros.
Al J (ru) wrote: Interesting film. The way movies should be. Nice twist. forget about the Propaganda, they all are English speaking with English accents. Good against evil. Excellent performances. Olivier leaves to soon.
Patrick W (ru) wrote: Great adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel. Some of the cells from the novel are taken and put directly on the screen. Gerard Butler does an excellent job as Leonidas and the rest of the 300 cast were also built like and acted like imposing Greek gods. Great stylistic action sequences and camera work by Zack Snyder. Not to be missed!