Starlet

Starlet

An unlikely friendship forms between 21 year-old Jane and the elderly Sadie after Jane discovers a hidden stash of money inside an object at Sadie's yard sale.

A German film is directed by Sean Baker and starring Dree Hemingway, Besedka Johnson as well as Boonee follows a couples of pals (21 year-old Jane and Sadie). Their friendship seems to be fallen apart when Jane finds out a hidden stash of money in Sadie's yard sale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nikolai H (kr) wrote: I think this was better than the tomatometer suggests. It was a fairly slow burn with occasional weak spots, but also some very effective, very creepy scenes. Mostly understated with flashes of violence. It felt quite real at times with a lot of emotional, psychological drama. I wouldn't say it's a great movie, and at times it felt like it should have been pushed further, but it was interesting and for the most part enjoyable.

Matthew F (ru) wrote: The book was way better

Jennifer B (fr) wrote: An inspiring woman! I had no idea that her life was such a great story! :)

Pavandeep S (gb) wrote: Good god, this movie is so brilliant. The ending was genuinely sweet, it uses similar techniques with astounding effects and it pulls of what is a not so stereotypical way of doing a comedy well. Just look at the opening, it was totally strange in terms of shot design but it was just so bloody good. The plant and payoff for this film is one of the most charming I've seen in a long time.2nd time: Still not bad. Some really good lines and very good set-pieces. The humour has a British wit to it, but not so too cultural as it is a humour that transcends.

terry l (kr) wrote: The movie is a two-hour PBS documentary of Muhammad's life and how people relate to his teaching today. It tells the story of how, at the time of his birth, the land he grew up in was wicked. Muhammad's father died before he was born and his mother dies when he was six years old. Orphaned, he sought comfort with his uncle. He was not able to read or write. Muhammad was born in Mecca under a powerful tribe called Quraysh. Produced in 2002 by Michael Wolfe, Michael Schwarz, and Alexander Kronemer and directed by Michael Schwarz and Omar al-Qattan, the movie continued to tell the story of Muhammad's life. Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet also takes viewers on the road with people who follow Muhammad's teaching today. One person is Kevin James who is a fire marshal. James explained why he chose his profession and says to love God is to love others. So, he serves people in a way he feels is right; as a first responder he helps all races of people, not just his own. There are others in the documentary that told their story and how Muhammad's teaching helped them. It is a must-see documentary for those interested in Islam.The documentary goes right along with what we are learning about Islam in class. The life of Muhammad is told the same married at age 25, had five children with his first wife; two of his sons died. At the age of 40, he encounters the angel Gabriel and from that moment on for the next 23 years he received the message and revealed it to his people. The documentary also relates to the Qur'an, which is God's message to Muhammad and Muhammad shared that message with his people. The fact that Muhammad is the last prophet; he was just a man, not divine. It also told about the five pillars, the way one prays, lives and eats each day as well as the pilgrimage to Mecca.

Hannah D (br) wrote: Has it's humor, not the best.

Moni K (it) wrote: It wouldn't be that good if Depardieu didn't play the main role.

Mr Andrew Sly k (fr) wrote: ME LAS CHUPARIAA TODAS LA PAPAYAS!

Alex S (fr) wrote: This is such a strong drama - quite intense, a little dark, and very sad. Elizabeth Taylor's character may float through it all in a drunken haze, but she is much more self-aware than people realize. The agency, Butterfield 8, seems to have an unseen, yet almost omnipresent status, which I found to be rather creepy.

Cedric L (au) wrote: Thrilling, gritty and incredibly acted.