The Color of Freedom

The Color of Freedom

GOODBYE BAFANA is the true story of a white South African racist whose life was profoundly altered by the black prisoner he guarded for twenty years. The prisoner's name was Nelson Mandela.

GOODBYE BAFANA is the true story of a white South African racist whose life was profoundly altered by the black prisoner he guarded for twenty years. The prisoner's name was Nelson Mandela. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Color of Freedom torrent reviews

Pito R (gb) wrote: Loved it, great take on the whole werewolf genre. Great acting, awesome special effects.

Peter J (jp) wrote: Even by Bollywood standards, "Do Knot Disturb" is utterly silly. But it has Sushmita Sen (who is the only actress who isn't constantly screaming) and Nadeem-Shravan's great soundtrack going for it. Would I watch it again? No. Did I enjoy it? I hate to admit: Yes! (Somehow, the typical Bollywood ingredients often manage to turn even bad movies into fun.)

Suan Sui G (us) wrote: Over emphasis on unimportant details result in a boring and dragged out film. The zoo info was interesting and sparked a good intellectual convo on this bizarre illness.

Aleksandra D (br) wrote: Best Polish movie of 2006

Marshall F (mx) wrote: I'm not really sure what to say here. It's an emotionally complex movie, but it left me pretty depressed. Essentially, a new young face introduced into an aging population of a town in pre-war England leads to a complex weave of love, jealousy, and self-interest and self-preservation. The ending honestly left me a little drained and empty. Nigel Hess and Joshua Bell have supplied a stunning soundtrack--Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra with Joshua Bell is something I can't really describe. I honestly believe that Fantasy is the most emotional piece of music I've ever heard. I think it's just waiting for its time to be famous. Listen to it and help make that happen.

Jaws N (us) wrote: After a surprisingly decent sequel, of course they had to fuck it up, didn't they?

Grant S (kr) wrote: Engaging drama.Set in Mexico in the early-1900s, the story of a girl and her oppressive, tyrannical mother. In her teens, the girl falls in love with a boy and they want to get married. The mother is determined that the girl will never marry, as she has to look after her. Drama and intrigue follows...Initially a very suffocating movie, as you feel how the girl is oppressed and deprived of her free will by her evil mother. You keep hoping that she will run away, or do something to break free.Then follows a spell of liberty, and probably the most wonderful part of the movie. The shackles have been removed and she can now be herself and follow her dreams and loves.However, just when you thought that was the precursor to a happy ending, the movie loses focus. It suddenly gets quite weird, complete with ghosts, and ultimately becomes a soap opera. The last few scenes are pure soap, and diminish the value of what came before them.Overall - good, but could have been brilliant.

Richard L (br) wrote: This postapocalyptic science-fiction comedy with obvious sexploitation elements starts like an A Boy and His Dog (JONES 1975) knockoff but quickly get a personality of it's own. It is crude all the way but nevertheless entertaining. The special effects are used strategically and the action scenes are decent.

Steven G (kr) wrote: The dialogue is impeccable, and it's nice to see a movie, especially a teen one, that just lets it characters talk and relate to each other as much as this film does.

Aaron S (ru) wrote: Galaxina is the Champagne of bad movies. A haphazard collage of late 70s science fiction (especially focused on Alien and Star Wars), Galaxina nails every cliche of the genre of its time, but runs out of steam half way in, when they need to go planet-side to dip into biker and western films in order to finish out the mess. If you're looking for atrocious movies to enjoy with fellow connoisseurs of MST3K-bad films, I recommend this and Misery Brothers Y2K as potentially the worst movies ever made. Everyone else, don't even bother.

Paul G (de) wrote: One of the greatest, (but cheap), martial arts films.

Kathi G (es) wrote: Love this movie. One of my favs

Jesse R (fr) wrote: With his big glasses, Dr. Cyclops is spooky without trying to look spooky. This is an entertaining film. If you enjoy Dr. Cyclops (1940) then you'll also enjoy Attack Of The Puppet People (1958), which basically has the same storyline plot.

Jos B (kr) wrote: enjoyed this, Costner is awesome

Don S (fr) wrote: A horror movie set up like most others - young adults visit foreign country looking for thrills and finding them in the wrong manner. Four friends take a foreigner (not even from the country they are visiting) up on an expedition to tour a dig site at some Mayan ruins. They discover a plant life that lives on human blood and a village of locals who won't allow them to leave the site. Better than average gore and decent enough acting. Not very memorable, but it was watchable.