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Strange Birds in Paradise: A West Papuan Story torrent reviews
Trey B (fr) wrote: Enjoyable action flick.
Joseph S (ca) wrote: Was really the best film of 2004 and I am a bit shocked that I heard as little as I did about it. Like The Divine Comedy, the film is broken into three parts, Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise except the realms of the afterlife are here used as politi...(read more)cal metaphors. The Inferno is ten minutes of images of war from all of film history and some stock footage, Purgatory is the "story" part of the film about a meeting of artists, thinkers, and journalists in bombed out Sarajevo for a conference, and Paradise is a beautiful impressionistic beach resort guarded by US Marines. The dialogue is fairly oblique and stilited, but thats just how Godard rolls. If you can keep down the little reactionary who lives inside us all anytime we sense that dreaded word "pretentiou..", than you may find yourself moved by the end, moved in a way Godard has not moved anything in quite awhile.
Pebbles A (it) wrote: this movie was great
Mireille B (es) wrote: It's an excellent documentary on a subject that I think is very interesting since I would have loved to be a photojournalist. A new favorite of mine!
Stefan G (ag) wrote: It's not a terrible movie, but there's plenty of things about the movie that just irk me so much that suspension of disbelief just wears off for me. While the insect characters are okay, the human characters are so one-dimensional that it ruins the whole atmosphere. I know I shouldn't expect subtle character writing from a 90's family movie, but good lord, there's not one character who doesn't virtually announce his or her personality. For anyone who isn't still a child, family movies tend to require heavy suspension of disbelief, but this film takes it very far, mainly because there's nothing about the plot that makes sense. I know this movie is supposed to be surreal, but if you couldn't stand James' two cackling aunts, then I doubt you'll be able to stand much else of the movie. On the plus side, the animation is actually quite good, and at least the film isn't long enough to be unbearable. However, if you're not a fan of musical numbers, this probably isn't the film for you.
Adrian K (ru) wrote: Technical marvel that was ahead of its time. A movie masterpiece. Bob Hoskins and Christopher Loyd are brilliant.
Fiona W (jp) wrote: Very enjoyable film about the beaty and hardship of outback Australia and one woman's true story of challenging the land and the people who lived there. The book delved more into the characters but I though the film captured most very well and conveyed the isolation she felt and the toughness of the environment and expectations she faced. Oh yeah- and I admit it - I cried a little at the end!!
Cha t (gb) wrote: Nick Adams (TV's ''The Rebel")couldn't get American work so he went and made Japanese monster movies. Also look for Takashi Shimura (Seven Samaurii, Ikiru, Drunken Master)
Jeremiah L (mx) wrote: Cagney is as great as ever but it's just not as exciting when he's on the good side of the law.
Julie S (nl) wrote: stars for shower scene