Our Father

Our Father

Two boys (Tamir & Amine) awake one morning to find that their father has abandoned their family. Shocked, they begin to misbehave. While surreptitiously watching a movie, they think they see their father speaking to them and steal the film to examine the frames. Their mother (Achta) eventually despairs and sends them to Koranic school. Unhappy, they plan their escape until the eldest boy falls in love with a deaf girl (Khalil).

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:French,Arabic
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:capture,   escape,   dream,  

The lives of two brothers, who live in N'djamena, are upended when they awake one Saturday morning to find that their father has left the family. They are Amine, about eight years old, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Our Father torrent reviews

Merlin C (mx) wrote: ridiculous ninja movie fail. Stupid story and dialog. Not a martial arts movie, just repetitive camera shots with no real action. Continuity was a joke, hilarious how the director went back and forth from 5 girls alone to 1 girl in crowd, back and forth. Entire movie shot in a building and a dirt road. This movie is an insult to the martial arts movie genre. The visual effects were so lame and in a lot of fight scenes they don't even touch each other. Lamest movie this decade or in history.

CB M (fr) wrote: A warm and earnest tale of loneliness and longing for company is intriguing and at times very funny science fiction.

Timmy R (gb) wrote: second best movie ever created

Moryn K (au) wrote: i like no matter what others think of it

Angela S (au) wrote: Can you say dumb, bad, stupid and what a waste of time.

Eliabeth H (nl) wrote: Only for JC did I watch this, and it looks like he's in it by accident. Better than Model Behavior, but not as good as On the Line.

Elliot L (ru) wrote: Tremendous, simply tremendous.

John S (de) wrote: Absolutely hysterical for all time.

Oliver B (de) wrote: perfect mix of Hammer cheese and Kung Fu awesomeness! like a dream come true.

Jimmy M (nl) wrote: A very charming anime film with a laughably corny dub (funny because of Panda Papa's english voice)

Sam C (kr) wrote: While the line of what "horror" is in cinema is blurry, one can say that this is Ingmar Bergman's take on horror. A truly psychological and personal piece, this was written in a manuscript, which eventually broke into two scripts: Hour of the Wolf and his prior film, Persona. One can easily see connections between the two, as both consist of people slowly descending into madness.Max von Sydow throws on an excellent performance here (as always) as an artist who is being tortured by his inner, and possibly outer, demons. He confides in his wife, most particularly during a late hour of the night, which is also known as the hour of the wolf. It is during this hour (or so says the old wives tale) in which the most amount of people die and children are born. Once a child is born one would expect him/her to have their entire life in front of them, and it's rather unfortunate that it can be cut so short, which we clearly see along the cliff side as Johan is fishing. Johan has names for all the demons he sees, and records all of this down in his diary. His wife, played fabulously by Liv Ullmann, comes across it, and soon realizes that not only must she protect him, but she must also protect herself from this descent into illusional horrors.The hour of the wolf bit is particularly interesting. This truly rings in Johan's head, since he smashed in a young child's head with a rock and then proceeded to drop him into the water below. You could assume that this may be where his troubles really started, but it's hard to draw the line between fantasy and reality when it comes to Johan. This scene also sticks out because of the music which replaces everyday sound. The chiaroscuro lighting in addition to Sven Nykvist's cinematography really make the scene stand out, but at the same time it also gives it a hallucinatory feeling. The same can be said about the puppet show of The Magic Flute. Never has a puppet show been so scary. All in all, it's a worthy successor to Persona.

Michael T (au) wrote: A genuine classic, important both cinematically and historically.

Steve G (kr) wrote: I don't agree with most critics that this is the best of the Rathbone Holmes'. But it is certainly ONE of them. Among the Top 5. LOVE the dark Canadian ambiance.

Logan M (de) wrote: Dane Cook and Jessica Alba have perfect chemistry in this overly criticized romantic comedy.

Jeff M (de) wrote: You know, I was pleasantly surprised with how good this movie was. It doesn't portray Japanese people in any unfair or unrealistic way at all, it is pretty accurate in my opinion. And Magnum is such a character in this movie. An all around fun early 90's movie that gaijin in Japan will probably deem pretty good.

Kyle B (br) wrote: The story is pretty boring and uneventful but Susan Sarandon is excellent as ever. Some of the supporting characters are as well but it just wasn't a very exciting movie