Or shoulders a lot: she's 17 or 18, a student, works evenings at a restaurant, recycles cans and bottles for cash, and tries to keep her mother Ruthie from returning to streetwalking in Tel Aviv. Ruthie calls Or "my treasure," but Ruthie is a burden. She's just out of hospital, weak, and Or has found her a job as a house cleaner. The call of the quick money on the street is tough for Ruthie to ignore. Or's emotions roil further when the mother of the youth she's in love with comes to the flat to warn her off. With love fading and Ruthie perhaps beyond help, Or's choices narrow.
- Stars:Dana Ivgy, Ronit Elkabetz, Meshar Cohen, Katia Zinbris, Shmuel Edelman, Shaul Ezer, Tzhai Hanan, Yuval Segal, Shelly Skandrani, Siyalit Tamir, Sarit Vino-Elad,
- Country:France, Israel
- Director:Keren Yedaya,
- Writer:Sari Ezouz, Keren Yedaya
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(ag) wrote: Said it before, I will say it again, the best Horror films are those where you can't see the "horror". This very good British horror film centres on strange happenings in a Devon church and builds up to a really frightening finish.....especially if enclosed spaces aint your thing.
(gb) wrote: Dull, misogynistic, silly, pathetic. Despite being right into action 25 minutes in, it is unoriginal and amateur. I am deeply disappointed in Jake West, I was expected so much more from him. But part of the reason why this film sucked was because of the bad writing thanks to Daniel Schaffer, just stick to the comic book man and leave screen writing for others.
(ca) wrote: I didn't like the typical "shaky camera" indie feel. But the story was unique. The ending was suspensful and powerful. A great weekend afternoon watch. Overall very dark, but sort uplifting at the end when you see the lead characters resolve and the willingness of the villian to concede his defeat. Not really for kids.
(ru) wrote: I really enjoyed it and thought why have I never heard of this movie? That is until the very end. It was just a train wreck, very rushed and terrible. It aside from not liking the ending, it made no realistic sense. Wasted my time.
(ru) wrote: In 1184 France, Balian (Orlando Bloom), a blacksmith, is haunted by his wife's recent suicide. A Crusader passing through the village introduces himself as Balian's father, Baron Godfrey of Ibelin (Liam Neeson), and asks him to return with him to the Holy Land, but Balian declines. The town priest, Balian's half-brother, reveals that he ordered Balian's wife beheaded before burial, and Balian kills him in a fit of rage and flees the village. Balian joins his father, hoping to gain forgiveness and redemption for himself and his wife in Jerusalem. Soldiers sent by the bishop arrive to arrest Balian, but Godfrey refuses to surrender him, and in the ensuing attack, Godfrey is struck by an arrow that breaks off in his body, fatally wounding him. In Messina, Godfrey knights Balian and orders him to serve the King of Jerusalem and protect the helpless, then succumbs to his injuries. During Balian's journey to Jerusalem his ship runs aground in a storm, leaving Balian the only survivor. Balian is confronted by a Muslim cavalier, who attacks him over his horse. Balian reluctantly slays the cavalier but spares the man's servant, and the man tells Balian that his deed will gain him fame and respect among the Saracens. Balian becomes acquainted with Jerusalem's political arena: the leper King Baldwin IV (Edward Norton); Tiberias (Jeremy Irons), the Marshal of Jerusalem; the King's sister, Princess Sibylla (Eva Green); and her husband Guy de Lusignan (Marton Csokas), who supports the anti-Muslim activities of brutal factions like the Knights Templar. After Baldwin's death, Guy intends to break the fragile truce with the sultan Saladin and make war on the Muslims...Upon its release, "Kingdom of Heaven" was met with a mixed reception, with many critics being divided on the film. Critics such as Roger Ebert, found the film's message to be deeper than that of Scott's Gladiator. The cast was widely praised. Jack Moore described Edward Norton's performance as the leper-king Baldwin as "phenomenal", and "so far removed from anything that he has ever done that we see the true complexities of his talent". The Syrian actor Ghassan Massoud was praised for his portrayal of Saladin, described in The New York Times as "cool as a tall glass of water". Also commended were Eva Green, who plays Princess Sibylla "with a measure of cool that defies her surroundings", and Jeremy Irons. Lead actor Bloom's performance generally elicited a lukewarm reception from American critics, with the Boston Globe stating Bloom was "not actively bad as Balian of Ibelin", but nevertheless "seems like a man holding the fort for a genuine star who never arrives". One critic conceded that Balian was more of a "brave and principled thinker-warrior" rather than a strong commander, and Balian used brains rather than brawn to gain advantage in battle. "Kingdom of Heaven" couldve been an epic historical drama with a touch of "Spartacus" or "Ben-Hur" to it, but Scott manages to strangle anything that could go in that direction. First of all, putting Orlando Bloom in the lead role as Balian is a miscasting of big proportions as he simply dont have the charisma, acting skills nor prescence to handle that sort of role. Second of all the acting is wishy washy and overacting is the main pillar from most involved. Third of all, the storyline is not fully logic nor interesting. Does it make sense that a blacksmith becomes a war leader, warrior extraordinaire and strategic wonder from out of nowhere? Its a wonder how everything went pearshaped in this film with such an ensemble including names like Jeremy Irons, David Thewlis, Brendan Gleeson, Michael Sheen, Liam Neeson etc. The problem here is also that everything in "Kingdom of Heaven" becomes almost comical compared to the fantastic "Gladiator" which keeps itself on the right track to be convincing, entertaining and magic. I disliked "Kingdom of Heaven" when it came out and I still dislike "Kingdom of Heaven" when re-seeing it some week ago.
(mx) wrote: The decent and real selfless love and commitment of an older man transforms a neglected and rebellious teenager into a beautiful, loving young woman.
(fr) wrote: A Hallmark Channel movie masquerading as a serious film with something to say.
(fr) wrote: The story line is good even though it is not based on the game. I recommend this movie to all the Mai Fanboys and Fangirls :)
(us) wrote: (First and only viewing - 11/6/2012)
(it) wrote: As good as the first time I watched it.
(fr) wrote: Another amusing adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel. Once again Peter Ustinov plays Hercule Poirot.
(ca) wrote: This was the best freaking movie!!! See it
(nl) wrote: For the sake of 80's Demi Moore only..
(jp) wrote: Fabulous acting. Based on a true story. Catchy.
(kr) wrote: 2012:Supernova. Min typ av film, helt av banan. Men det va lite aktuell p vissa punkter. tex vulkaner. Den fr bara 2 stjrnor av mig, men jag gilla den nd. Sci-fi finns inge bttre, tycker jag. "The Truth Is Out There"
(us) wrote: simpaticen film epten, De Niro e smislen za ulogava :)