Rush: A Show of Hands

Rush: A Show of Hands

By 1988, Rush had reached the pinnacle of their success. Internationally acclaimed as one of the world's greatest live acts, Rush remained an enigma. With little airplay or MTV coverage, yet arenas of fans, Rush capture 3 nights of their Hold Your Fire tour at the NEC, UK during April 1988. This third attempt to capture their live atmosphere still doesn't quite hit the mark.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1989
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Rush: A Show of Hands 1989 full movies, Rush: A Show of Hands torrents movie

A visual record of Rush's 1988 "Hold Your Fire" Tour, shot on film, over 2 nights in Birmingham, England. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nadia B (de) wrote: Good movie with good actors

Lassi K (mx) wrote: If you like bad movies you should definitely watch this. Best part is that the western people are supposed do understand the mandarin in this language but they always answer in english.

Shannon K (de) wrote: Perhaps I am just uneducated when it comes to the films of Oliveira. I have seen a few and haven't liked any of them. This is no exception. While the acting is very good, and the scenery beautiful, the story gets very convoluted.

mark d (kr) wrote: Havana Film Festival: Audience Award; OCIC Award; both for Juan Jos Campanella; 2001.Montral World Film Festival: Best Latin-American Feature Film; Special Grand Prize of the Jury; both for Juan Jos Campanella; 2001.Valladolid International Film Festival, Valladolid, Spain: Silver Spike, Juan Jos Campanella; 2001.Via del Mar Film Festival, Via del Mar, Chile: Paoa, Best Supporting Actress, Norma Aleandro; 2001.Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor; Best Actor, Ricardo Darn; Best Director, Juan Jos Campanella; Best Editing, Camilo Antolini; Best Film; Best New Actress, Claudia Fontn; Best Original Screenplay, Juan Jos Campanella and Fernando Castets; Best Supporting Actor, Eduardo Blanco; Best Supporting Actress, Norma Aleandro; 2002.Cartagena Film Festival: OCIC Award, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.Gramado Film Festival: Audience Award Latin Film Competition, Juan Jos Campanella; Golden Kikito Latin Film Competition - Best Actress, Norma Aleandro; Kikito Critics Prize Latin Film Competition, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.Lima Latin American Film Festival: Elcine First Prize, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain: CEC Award, Best Supporting Actor, Hctor Alterio; 2002.Ondas Awards, Barcelona, Spain: Film Award, Best Actress, Natalia Verbeke, (also for El Otro lado de la cama); 2002.Oslo Films from the South Festival: Audience Award, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.Sant Jordi Awards, Barcelona, Spain: Sant Jordi, Best Foreign Actor, Ricardo Darn (also for La Fuga and Nueve reinas; Best Foreign Film, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.So Paulo International Film Festival, So Paulo, Brazil: Audience Award, Best Feature - Foreign Language, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.Nominations Montral World Film Festival: Grand Prix des Amriques, Juan Jos Campanella; 2001. Valladolid International Film Festival: Golden Spike, Juan Jos Campanella; 2001. Academy Awards: Oscar; Best Foreign Language Film, Argentina; 2002. Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor, Best Art Direction, Mercedes Alfonsn; Best Cinematography, Daniel Shulman; Best Music, ngel Illarramendi; Best Supporting Actor, Hctor Alterio; 2002. Cartagena Film Festival: Golden India Catalina, Best Film, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002. Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain: CEC Award, Best Actor, Ricardo Darn; Best Supporting Actress, Norma Aleandro; 2002. Gramado Film Festival: Golden Kikito, Latin Film Competition - Best Film, Juan Jos Campanella; 2002.

Hiatt N (br) wrote: So what if it is a bad sic-fi flick? I love it.

Jamie B (au) wrote: I cried all the tears.

Samuel J (kr) wrote: Where the action is lacking, the plot and acting are spot on making "Harakiri" a very important film for any Japanese cinema fanatic.