Sleepwalking Through the Mekong
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong follows Los Angeles based band Dengue Fever on their recent journey to Cambodia to perform 60s and 70s Cambodian rock n' roll in the country where it was created and very nearly destroyed. The odyssey is a homecoming for singer Chhom Nimol and a transformation for the rest of the band as they perform with master musicians and record new songs along the way. More than a rockumentary, the film serves up a portrait of modern Cambodia as the band tours through Phnom Penh and beyond, crossing a great cultural chasm with the same spirit of Cambodia's original rock pioneers.
Los Angeles based band Dengue Fever goes to Cambodia, native home of their lead singer. They perform live shows, play with master musicians, and bridge the gap between music lost during the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Interesting movie about predetermination and music.
(mx) wrote: Gritty as batman normally is, but I didn't like the comic or this film. This earth fails to interest me with it's dragging plot and lazy development. This is more sin city than batman.
(ag) wrote: a good film for children
(nl) wrote: This is a great mature film with dialogue that will resonate. None of the characters are forgiven easily for their past actions. Sometimes it takes time for people to find what they are looking for.
(br) wrote: A grotesque story about necrophilla. Only the immature, shallow & repetitive narrative spoiled this actually potential metaphysical text.
(nl) wrote: I first heard of Nell, 15 years ago, from my dad. I only got to watching it last night and I wished I had watched it much earlier. A powerful performance from Jodie Foster, that sent chills down my spine, from the moment I first heard that eery twin speak, all the way to her testimony in court. It is truly a sad tale, about how people perceive something different to their norm as abrasive and dangerous, without ever truly thinking it through. To be honest, there is nothing much that makes this movie special apart from the performances of the characters. The plot development in itself is slow, and at times leaves a lot to be desired. But the ability of Neeson and Foster to make you suspend your belief for the length of the film keeps you engrossed. All in all, a solid film to pop in the DVD if you're bored. A must watch for Jodie Foster fans. As for the others, watch if you have nothing better to do. 7/10
(jp) wrote: A married Dr. comes to terms with his homosexual feelings after having an affair with a young gay writer. A little dated, but the situation is timely and believeable. This film was sensitive to the homosexual lifestyle - to the point of sanitation in my view. I couldn't help but feel a little sad for everyone in this movie - sad for the Dr, and particularly sad for his wife.
(ca) wrote: Yeah, Lucille Ball is what drags this out of routine. As good as she is, the script still sucks, though.
(de) wrote: I loved it! It was so awesome and you don't expect anything that happens! I also love Jennifer Lawrence! LOVE!
(au) wrote: Better than most weekend trips. Encapsulates most of my midlife issues.
(gb) wrote: At first glance, it's a murder mystery. As it unfolds, it becomes a surprisingly compelling narrative about loneliness and masculinity. I suspect Heat owes a lot to this movie.