Six days in the lives of an Israeli living in a kibbutz and a Palestinian living in Paris, which starts with an accidental meeting in the Berlin Subway during the World cup finals, will change them completely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Six days in the lives of an Israeli living in a kibbutz and a Palestinian living in Paris, which starts with an accidental meeting in the Berlin Subway during the World cup finals, will change them completely.
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Paul D (ag) wrote: A little slow in places and not revealing why a 40 year old would want to compete the Bee until late on, it proves to be a decent effort in the end.
Timm S (ag) wrote: One Big Promotional Piece For Melbourne Tourism Courtesy Of Emirates Airlines..The Final Scene In Abu-Dhubi Was Pointless & The Ump-Teenth Number Of Musical Montages Did My Head In. Avoid!!
Alex G (de) wrote: It could of been so much better, perhaps the studios, per usual, didnt like the directors cut and hollified it, as it a result it's full of hollow symbolism and biblical cliche.
katchoo (ag) wrote: you can tell they had fun making this movie. Although overall this is a pretty horrible film, I did find moments that were surprisingly captivating. I wonder what this director would do if he had a bigger budget.
Martin B (it) wrote: Wow. Actually unwatchable outside of being featured on an episode of MST3K. With a name like this it was going to be awesome or awful.
Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 85%Saw this on 1/7/15After Old Boy, Irreversible is the most haunting anti-vengeance film. The film is controversial for it's violence and rape scene, but all's for a purpose. The most gruesome scenes in the film are a rape scene, now what makes this more horrifying is it's screen time of over 14 minutes and the violence in the end of the rape (you know that it will happen eventually and you are forced to wait), the next scene is however the most gruesome and most haunting, it's about 'The Rectum', a club for homosexuals. This scene is equally long in screen time and as the protagonist moves further and further into the club, it gets more and more horrifying and this is actually the best depiction of a hell(literally) on earth. The film benefits from it's stylish cinematography and Gasper Noe's direction. The performances are believable and the story is realistic.
Mathew S (it) wrote: I LOVE MONSTERS IS SO GOOD
Lynn R (it) wrote: Very entertaining film, although it tends to be a bit sappy at times. Didn't realize until the end that it is based (but I imagine loosely) on actual events. There is a plethera of very different characters, and most are very well done. Huge fan of Helen Mirren and have yet to find a film, that she is in, that I didn't like.
Michael W (gb) wrote: Substandard for Wes Craven with a really bad finish. Failed to create much 'buzz' or even a sequel. Would recommend Lyle Alzado's DESTROYER over this. Pinker goes from arrested to the electric chair seemingly overnight; swifter justice than Texas.
Tyler R (jp) wrote: Tried watching it. It hasn't aged very well. Couldn't get into it.
Bjorn O (us) wrote: Jag sg den klippta versionen men ven den r smutsig och cklig.Rekommenderas till alla som det r lite lite fel p.