A love story about a young man who runs away up an isolated Australian river and gets a job with eighth generation oyster famers.
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Xochitl R (br) wrote: long confusing .. boring ... twilight ruined this guys image
Giorgos T (es) wrote: Well acted. Interesting story. The idea to make it a silent movie is just genius. Simply a great film.
Erik T (mx) wrote: Such a moving film. Everyone who doubts the pain of gay men of the 70's-80's must se this. This must be stopped!
Henry G (mx) wrote: Ben dose it again. Grate all around but a bit long and sort of confusing. But over all fun thing and Benedict Cumberbatch is great and fun he visual effects were impressive.
Citien P (it) wrote: Strange but pointless movie.
The Critic (it) wrote: An exceptionally well-made and considerably balanced insight into a case which came from the heart of suburban America. The subject of paedophilia is never an easy one to document on film, yet Andrew Jarecki does so with enough care that the persons involved come across as flawed individuals and not unrelatable monsters from another world. What is most fascinating, though, about this dysfunctional family is how deeply the Friedmans are willing to allow Jarecki to delve. Upfront and honest interviews, home movies of savage disputes, family letters, and even a video diary give much information and insight into the principal players of the real-life soap opera. Whist there's no question that Arnold Friedman was a paedophile, those on the side of the law don't always come off as squeaky clean as they should, and their shadowed star witness, whose testimony alone added thirty-five charges against Friedman, doesn't really come off as credible. However, Jarecki allows the viewer to make up their own mind, and with all sides of this tangled drama passionate about their points-of-view and where they stand, it's little surprise that things get explosive. An excellent and unmissable documentary.
Janella A (gb) wrote: this I like jus like eragon
Leonard D (kr) wrote: A very shocking look on the last days of a extremely talented director! If you are part of this films demographic, you'll like it just fine. As for me, I'll just stick to the two original Frankenstein films, than watch this one again. Damn!
Nilanjana R (br) wrote: eric rohmer tells it like it is quite different from the usual rompypompy style we usually see
Natasha B (ca) wrote: 1942 ?? Oh my!!! It must be so weird.
Jake A (mx) wrote: With absolutely brilliant performances from the two leads this is an intimate portrayal of how a revelation from the past can derail even longest and most stable of marriages. It also has a decent supporting cast, solid soundtrack, looks great and is well shot, I liked the script and quite frankly the only flaw I can say about this film is I would be unlikely to watch it again due to the sensation of being blown away by the two leads wouldn't be as fresh.