The Parade

The Parade

The Parade, in a tragicomic way, tells the story about ongoing battle between two worlds in contemporary post-war Serbian society - the traditional, oppressive, homophobic majority and a liberal, modern and open-minded minority... The film, which deals with gay rights issues in Serbia, features footage of the 2010 Belgrade gay pride parade. The film introduces a group of gay activists, trying to organize a pride parade in Belgrade

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Serbian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:parade,   gay,   homophobia,  

A homophobic, middle-aged, Serbian gangster ends up sacrificing himself to protect Gay freedom in his country. RADMILO (35) and MIRKO (30) are young and successful gay couple, and they ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Parade torrent reviews

Paul D (it) wrote: Fair documentary although the actual subject matter probably doesn't warrant a film of this nature. It's really just a personal family fan thing with no underlying social or wider emotive reason to do this other than to satisfy a sibling promise

Jeff L (de) wrote: A weird crime thriller that could only happen in a weird country like DR Congo. Quite entertaining overall, could be better if the ending part wasn't so poorly-edited.

Sally H (jp) wrote: Oddly compelling low budget Italian sci-fi. The interview scene is over-long and the ending predictable, but nevertheless I couldn't tear myself away. Definitely worth a watch.

Cheryl T (ca) wrote: Better than the first one! Very much enjoyed :)

Evelyn M (it) wrote: Shalom Harlow and I have the same birthday, but I still won't see this.

Gary C (br) wrote: shot like crap but story was interesting enough with some twists and turns and bags on heads. impressive from a writing and low budget filmmaking standpoint.

Katrina S (ag) wrote: A really sweet movie. So funny, so sad, so cute ... so French.

Christopher H (fr) wrote: Heartbreakingly real, "In The Valley Of Elah" tells the story of a veteran father looking for his AWOL son after his return from Iraq. Paul Haggis, best known for his directing in "Crash" delivers yet another emotionally charged drama, where every clue and every interview with a suspect leads the characters further and further down a rabbit hole, no closer to finding out what actually happened. Tommy Lee Jones plays the veteran father, with his cold, stern glare, following in the footsteps of other greats who played parts like this, most notably Jack Nicholson in "The Pledge". Both bring about very stoic performances, but both command their roles and both authentically come across like the men that they play, deliberate and focused, with emotions running deep. Charlize Theron plays the local police detective, but gets pigeonholed into the lowly female position in a department full of men who have zero respect for her, a role she often finds herself in. Despite this, she plays off Jones exceptionally and gives the film enough star power to keep it feeling fresh, instead of dated. The conclusion of "In The Valley Of Elah" is a slow burn, nothing heightened, but wholly chilling and a true testament to the position this film takes on the war in Iraq and war in general. The result is a film that sits with you long after the credits and the imagery have faded.

Jo Y (au) wrote: This is very good. This goes to show everyone needs help and they need to have someone show them the way.Very good.You will be glad you saw this movie.

GColby P (it) wrote: The only good film by Tim Story

dude m (fr) wrote: "I only watched Austin Powers for the plot"Oh noo you was just watching it for the jokes.That is what i did.

Jeff W (de) wrote: Above average Giallo that deals with the always fun subject of girls getting knives rammed up their cooch. Of course the ending comes way out of left field, but honestly who can hold that against this type of film. The soundtrack and cast on this one are both pretty good.

Janeal M (kr) wrote: Another fun movie with Haley Mills, along with adventure. Somehow you've never been able to miss with Disney.

Trent M (it) wrote: While like most of these docu-noirs/prodeurals, it tends to drag a bit, this is a pretty good movie.

John S (ru) wrote: a great flic about how much it sucks! And is just a stupid biological response that passes...And how we can't.... nor shouldn"t, live without it

David L (ca) wrote: Three years after the hixploitation moonshining classic "White Lightning", Burt Reynolds's again portrayed Gator McKlusky in "Gator", but this time he was behind the camera as well in his directorial debut. Anyway, this time around Gator has just been released from federal prison for moonshining when he is asked to help the police nab a crooked politician. Although not as good as "White Lightning", "Gator" is still a fun little film none the less. First off, Reynolds's is excellent in his role, he give a cool and calm performance that makes Gator a pretty easy hero to root for while watching this film. In addition the car chases are pretty sweet and exiting. I also thought Jerry Reed gave a excellent and slimy performance as the crooked Bama McCall. Now, as I said before "Gator" is not as good as "White Lightning" and certainly has its flaws. For one thing, the run time of just under two hours was a bit much and therefore the movie drags here and there, especially towards the end. Secondly and this is a big problem for me, the DVD is in full screen until for some odd reason it switches to wide screen format for the closing credits. That's a real shame because this movie was made to be shown in widescreen as the closing credits demonstrate. Despite those flaws though, "Gator" is still none the less an enjoyable film if not essential viewing.

Nicholas G (ag) wrote: Good comedic actors star in this movie, but I didn't find most of the jokes in this movie very funny. Just an average comedy movie.

Ni P (mx) wrote: Does the series justice not.

Jeff Z (fr) wrote: Weak sequel, highlighted by Ed Asner wearing a toupee.

KARLA E (gb) wrote: Josh makes this movie. Iconsistencies and all.