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ClaRita C (br) wrote: I guess people just wanna keep their sicknesses a secret so they can spread it stealthily to larger groups and forms of beliefs, this way everyone is normal and the ones who dare to differ are vile creatures!. It wouldn't harm anyone to be studied and cured, it would just crush some prejudices and close some establishments built and benefited off those beliefs.
Stephanie G (br) wrote: I really liked watching this film from the UK because I'm originally from NZ and there is lots of Island/Maori culture, so watching this made me feel like I was at home. It was also interesting watching what it was like being a missionary, since I am a Christian. I do not like Anne Hathaway though.
Eric J (jp) wrote: This awesome cross-cultural story has two of my favorite British actors, Saeed Jaffrey and Roshan Seth. A young Daniel Day-Lewis also plays an excellent part. Similar to (foreshadowed?) "Bend it like Beckham" but much more serious. Also related in theme is "Madame Souzatska". All three are great storys.
Megan P (jp) wrote: It was pretty classy
Vadim D (mx) wrote: One of the more inventive and imaginative films ever. I don't think I have seen anything quite like it since Harold and Maude, which is from around the same era. It's funny and provocative, but in very subtle ways.
Ross B (gb) wrote: This is an excellent and very dark movie. The plot involves a number of only slightly related people, but it all revolves mostly around the war in Bosnia. Much of what happens seems to come out of left field. For example, a British drug addict is dropped into the Balkan war zone with relief supplies when he falls asleep on a cargo mat at Heathrow. However, the unpredictability only adds to the charm and dark humor of the movie.
Matt D (ru) wrote: Not exactly a riveting story, if you enjoy good visuals and classic b movie Sci-fi (which I normally don't) you'll get a kick out of this. The exterior shots Bava created for this are perfect. If you like Alien you should see this out of respect.
Ugi S (fr) wrote: Come from Macedonia, not popular place for film, "Iluzija" or represented in English "Mirage", teach filmmaker how to create a powerful heartbreaking drama without any crying scene inside. Strong from beginning until final scene, this film succeeds describing a story about social life of pre-adolescent ; broken home, bullying, friendless, trust-crisis and hope.
Christopher S (ag) wrote: Entertaining comic caper from director Mario Monicelli. Sharply-written with a great cast of colorful characters, superb black and white cinematography, and authentic gritty locations - but it's light on real laughs and occasionally gets bogged down in its subplots. Ultimately, only a minor classic.