Red Sorghum

Red Sorghum

An old leper who owned a remote sorghum winery dies. Jiu'er, the wife bought by the leper, and her lover, identified only as "my Grandpa" by the narrator, take over the winery and set up an idealized quasi-matriarchal community headed by Jiu'er. When the Japanese invaders subject the area to their rule and cut down the sorghum to make way for a road, the community rises up and resists as the sorghum grows anew.

In 1930s China a young woman is sent by her father to marry the leprous owner of a winery. In the nearby red sorghum fields she falls for one of his servants. When the master dies she finds... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mayank F (mx) wrote: Although a little melodramatic, it manages to generate some big laughs.

Kris V (us) wrote: Having seen more than ten of Dr. Uwe Boll's productions, I never expected him to deliver a movie that had me more or less biting a pillow for most of its running time. It's rough around the edges but this is a tense and raw movie. Great to catch Edward Furlong again too.

Joshua L (au) wrote: Super annoying and will probably give you a headache. It really was that bad. Not sure what was worse.. the rock soundtrack or the shot for video picture quality. Thank god it only runs 71 min.

Jaime G (kr) wrote: Recomendabilisima!!!

David R (it) wrote: The best film ever made...

Campbell P (au) wrote: This movie is really full of energy and so is the cast. Saturday Night Fever is moved by the great John Travolta performance as Tony, a guy who doesn't really know what to do with his life and doesn't know where to take his incredible dancing career. He spends all his pay from his painting job to go out dancing on weekends and is the best dancer there. It's actually a pretty good setup and plot for a film script and it really doesn't disappoint, I think it's an excellent story. The story is really simple I have to admit but the director is able to drive this plot so far with so many other elements. It adds on to a romance that thankfully isn't a distraction and a family story of how Tony is the disappointment. The whole atmosphere of this movie is kind of depressing, it takes place in a bad neighborhood and involves low class high tempered people. Tony being down on himself and others doesn't really help either. The way it's filmed even captured the depressing tone of the setting which was pretty neat. The dance sequences were really entertaining and well choreographed. The best parts of the movie were the storyline, John Travolta, and the dancing sequences. My problem with the movie is that it was a bit too long and that it didn't have the right ending I felt. The complete ending was great actually but how Tony goes into such a quick downtime after he thinks his dance is rigged was a bit rushed. He goes one second to kissing the girl he really likes to raping her in a second which didn't make much sense to me anyway. The Bee Gees soundtrack had a few good songs but some I couldn't stand and it became ear garbage to me so just that made me enjoy a part less. There's not a lot to say that's bad about this movie except that it's not exactly my type of movie and I view this as a really good movie even though I don't really find it amazing to my preference. Saturday Night Fever is a classic that has a heck of a good story and an awesome John Travolta performance. B

Luke M (mx) wrote: Great western. Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea are superb

Aj V (de) wrote: Don't get excited that you'll see Bogart sing or dance or something in this movie, because he only has a cameo. Apart from that disappointment, I enjoyed this movie more than the other wartime cavalcade of stars films, it actually has a funny story surrounding the show.

Lilianetty l (us) wrote: This film is not funny at all, it's mega serious. For me it's more of a drama and a very intelligent one *for open minds*. This cast, this script, the music score (and music used) were all so well done/amazing/stunning, I loved it! And no doubt Adam Driver is my new fave *thanks dad for making me see all his amazing movies since years ago -SWVII is a plus BTW* I do recommend this movie for people who love movies -7th Art- and themes related to documentaries (even if this one is not a documentary at a 100%). Enjoy. - February 23, 2016 review.

Jaime R (nl) wrote: Billy Bob Thornton, I know you can do better.