Sandakan 8

Sandakan 8

A journalist interviews an old woman who was forced into prostitution, just like many other Japanese women working in Asia outside of Japan during the first half of the 20th century. She worked in a Malaysian brothel called Sandakan 8.

A journalist interviews an old woman who was forced into prostitution, just like many other Japanese women working in Asia outside of Japan during the first half of the 20th century. She worked in a Malaysian brothel called Sandakan 8. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sandakan 8 torrent reviews

Jordan P (kr) wrote: Twice as gruesome and half as inventive as its predecessor, I Spit on Your Grave 2 isn't quite the breath of fresh air the 2010 Grave was, but for horror fans willing to tough out the prolonged torture of rape before receiving the juicy payback, this sequel yields satisfying rewards.

Noppawan A (au) wrote: The movie touches the hearts of every middle-class single Bangkokian ladies : )

bill s (ru) wrote: Wanted to be a lot more than it was.....a silly mess.

Andy T (jp) wrote: Its interesting promise turned out to be a story that is nothing new or special, but it benefits greatly from the performances of Denzel Washington and Clive Owen, even when the story ultimately wastes the talents of Christopher Plummer and Jodie Foster.

Gabe L (us) wrote: Yimou's masterpiece.

gustavmarkovic31 (us) wrote: strangely plotted, this kiddie romance between casper the friendly ghost and the nicest witch child in the world (predictably cast hilary duff, in her would be break-through role). its all jumbled and rushed, with some unforgivable unfunny jokes and product-placement, only children with no expectations will have a hope of enjoying this sham.

Chris B (gb) wrote: This is the worst movie I've ever watched. I'd rather watch golf than watch this shit again. Absolutely dreadful. Wheelchair scene is hilarious though.

Dennis F (de) wrote: A Psychotic Kevin Bacon and Sean Astin, classic. I think that kid from the Gate is in it too.

Benji C (ru) wrote: Trs bon film a voir.

Patryk C (kr) wrote: One of the worse Sherlock Holmes movies with Basil Rathbone as the leading man. While Holmes' indisputable style and wit are still intact, and Dr Watson is as clumsy and funny as always, the action is simply too slow, and the mystery doesn't seem engaging enough. While most of the other installment in the long series seem strong, the clash between the legendary and his arch nemesis seems too bleak to fully entertain.

Sandy K (jp) wrote: This is a touching story about Nathan, a boy whose mathematical brilliance is shadowed by his autistic inability to connect with others. Nathan's challenges are woven with the struggles of three other characters - his mother (Sally Hawkins), fruitlessly seeking to be the loving connection Nathan once had with his father, who died in a car accident; Nathan's math tutor who masks his fear about having MS with sarcasm and bitterness; and a Chinese girl Nathan meets while participating in the prestigious Math Olympiad whose intelligence and effort never seem enough for her demanding family, but whose friendship with Nathan brings them both happiness. The plot steers steadily toward Nathan's burning desire to succeed at the Olympiad competition, but the conclusion beautifully teaches him how the people in his life are much more important.

Allan C (ag) wrote: There's a fine line between "camp" and "crap"...

Lasse C (nl) wrote: Started out alright but eventually settled into nonsense.

Steve P (gb) wrote: Absolutely brilliant! One of the best Australian movies I've seen. Let's start with the acting. Nicole Kidman, the mother of the family whose children goes missing, is outstanding. Her acting is nuanced, emotional, and courageous. One of the best performances I think she has done. Hugo Weaving, the police officer investigating the disappearance, puts in a strong performance. The characters develop beautifully across the course of the narrative. The small isolated rural community, described by one of the children as a "shit hole", is atmospheric and is almost its own character in the story. The cinematography is stunning with an oppressiveness that supports and strengthens the mood of the story. The soundtrack supports the narrative with everything working together to perfectly engage the audience and draw us into the depressive, tense, intriguing plot. STRANGERLAND is, in my opinion, an almost perfect movie. It's intriguing, thought-provoking, haunting, and superbly nuanced. I can't believe this one is not being promoted in mainstream cinema. And I can't believe so many critics are rating it so low. Gripping stuff. Don't miss it!