Sweetgrass

Sweetgrass

An unsentimental elegy to the American West, Sweetgrass follows the last modern-day cowboys to lead their flocks of sheep up into Montana's breathtaking and often dangerous Absaroka-Beartooth mountains for summer pasture. This astonishingly beautiful reveals a world in which nature and culture, animals and humans, vulnerability and violence are all intimately meshed.

In the summer of 2003, a group of shepherds took a herd of sheep one final time through the Beartooth Mountains of Montana, in the extreme northwest of the United States. It was a journey ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike M (ag) wrote: I'd have been prepared to sacrifice some of this energy and colour for a little more organising context, even if that's exactly the structure the band and their music so delight in rejecting (or simply cannot find in an environment as disorganised as their own). The filmmaking gets conventional during the final, triumphant departure to Europe - asserting, whether intentionally or not, that SBB's achievements can only be truly validated with the applause of Caucasians. The best stretches of "Benda Bilili!" show life rolling on regardless: as with the cut from Ricky on tour in snowy Oslo to his young protege Roger, practising his guitar licks back in Kinshasa - an altogether subtler, and more affecting, benchmark of the extent to which this music has come to make a difference.

Meghan (ca) wrote: Protagonist, Carey Mulligan (Jenny), a 16 year old girl who is in love with French films, art, classical music, and books. All she wants to do is get out of school and see the world. Mulligan displays an astounding performance as she lives an adventurous teen age life when she meets Peter Sarsaard (David), around 30 years older than she and has generous amounts of money and loves to spoil Jenny. In a blink of an eye Jenny and David fall in-love and start living their life together. The film takes place around the 20th century. I would award this movie 4 out of 5 stars, mostly because of the major age difference, I would have loved the movie if the director would have picked a better age for Jenny to be. In the movie she is doing things with a man that is 30 years older than her and this may have been normal at the time but watching it now it was very repulsing. On the other hand, the movie had excitement at every corner with a major climax. Overall I would give the movie 4 out of 5 stars, it was very enjoyable.

Natalie V (fr) wrote: u must see it !!! a voir !!!

Sandra V (gb) wrote: I was expecting a very cliched film, but was actually surprised that neither the plot nor the characters were the usual cookie-cutter type. The relationship between Zellweger and Connick's characters is not the stereotypical classy girl meets small town hunk; they both are a bit more nuanced and come across as borderline unlikeable at the beginning. The townsfolk are also a bit irritating, but you soon warm to them. And the story takes interesting twists. Not the trainsmash I was expecting.

Eric H (br) wrote: This movie...well not so good. Ving Rhames is great as usual. Problem is he may be a tad old for the role, plus he didn't have much to work with here. A lot of what we know about Sonny was historically inaccurate or missing. No harassment from Ali(a young Cassius Clay) before, or after the Patterson rematch. Ali (Clay) made Liston's life hell for over a year before their first fight. No scene detailing Sonny slapping Ali's face in a casino. Not even a mention of his first fight against Marty Marshall. Liston suffered a broken jaw in the fourth round before losing a close 8-round decision. But you wouldn't know it from this film.Just pass on this film.

Adam E (fr) wrote: 31 Days of Horror (2011): #26

Tina A (au) wrote: Not hard to tell it was low budget because it was low quality!!

Seth W (ca) wrote: If you get it, this movie can be highly enjoyable.

Eric B (es) wrote: So, this f*cking movie was written and directed by that shifty c*nt who played Sid Vicious and Dracula awhile back. Most of the f*cking thing just wallows in being as f*cking coarse, brutal and vulgar as it can possibly be, and more than a f*cking hour passes before the f*cking slice-of-life banter even reveals a f*cking story. Turns out the f*cking thing is about domestic violence, specifically a burly, hard-drinking c*nt (Ray Winstone) who beats up his wife and junkie son. The c*nt has one sympathetic scene where we're supposed to feel f*cking sorry for him because his own dad was just as much of a c*nt, but I wasn't having it.Watching this f*cking movie, I wondered if I was off my head and had already seen the f*cking thing a few years back. Then it hit me -- I was confusing it with f*cking "Once Were Warriors," which has a similar f*cking story of some mouthy c*nt terrorizing his mates. Except that was a better f*cking film. It also detailed some f*cking economic factors, which are oddly missing from "Nil by Mouth." Hard to know what these f*cking c*nts do for money -- I guess they're all on the f*cking dole. Nobody does f*ck-all except the f*cking c*nts serving beer in the pub.The f*cking accents are hard to understand, and even if you get past that, you're faced with f*cking London dialect and f*cking chaotic, overlapping dialogue. There's a f*cking kitchen-table scene at the end where the c*nts wrap up an important f*cking plot thread, and I couldn't make out most of what was f*cking said. What a f*cking pain.That c*nt Winstone gives a fantastic f*cking performance, but the whole movie revolves around him and no one else except maybe his f*cking mother-in-law is established as a strong f*cking character. However, there's one sweet f*cking scene where another woman unexpectedly sings a tune that will break your f*cking heart.The script did have one feature that grew quite tiresome.

Carlos M (us) wrote: Kiarostami continues to prove us that he is a genius in the way he interweaves reality and fiction, and even if this third Koker film may feel a bit redundant when placed side-by-side with the other two, there is something absolutely unique about what he is trying to do here.

Jason M (ru) wrote: If ever there was a movie that deserved to be released on Deev or blu-ray, this just might be it.

Joseph D (ca) wrote: I don'k know what to say.... Well done, but not a movie I like at all. So I split it down the middle.

Richard L (ru) wrote: This movie doesn't make sense.

Robin P (jp) wrote: Haley Mills is awesome! This is funny and tugs on your heart too. On "My 5 Star Family Features" list. DVD.

Elliot R (nl) wrote: Somewhat entertaining CG movie which for me is more of a tech demo with an average story. It perhaps has more appeal to a younger audience, but for a more grown up crowd I think this has limited appeal with it's predictable storytelling. Despite it being mildly entertaining I thought the quality of the CGI was very high, but it's not enough to hold one's attention all the way through. Nice try though.