The Scent of Green Papaya

The Scent of Green Papaya

A little girl, Mui, went to a house as a new servant. The mother still mourns the death of her daughter, who would have been Mui's age. In her mind she treated Mui as her daughter. 10 years later Mui (now a young woman) was sent to another family, a young pianist and his wife. The musician falls in love with the peasant, he taught her literacy and they eventually married. A movie about a girl's life.

A little girl, Mui, went to a house as a new servant. The mother still mourns the death of her daughter, who would have been Mui's age. In her mind she treated Mui as her daughter. 10 years... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicole L (gb) wrote: as a hong konger, must watch!

Topher H (nl) wrote: Dumb Netflix Movie...No Comment... :/

Johnson C (it) wrote: How come the professional lawyers would be distracted so easily. If there is the dream of Al Pacino of creating threats to himself would be more feasible, but would become cliche.

susan w (gb) wrote: awesome movie I love it

Steve S (gb) wrote: :fresh: :fresh: :fresh: (out of four)[color=orange][/color] [color=yellow]This well-worn and fairly predicatable tale about a young boxer in Milan, is able to lift slightly above the typical mode simply due to its earnest performances and well paced direction.[/color][color=#ffff00][/color] [color=#ffff00]Alex Gonzalez is the young boxer. Things aren't going as he would like so he gets caught up with a bank robber who recruits the young man to join him.[/color]

David B (au) wrote: A great film about 5 friends on a bender of drink and drugs and what happens when you do it. Great soundtrack and the young cast are brilliant. A stylised film with cool camera work. To some people, this is true to life and I agree.

Shantel D (jp) wrote: This is a decent flick full of big names. Not to mention, it is one of the few football movies that I think would be enjoyed by both sexes.

jnia j (br) wrote: The first time I saw Judd Nelson was in this movie...and I fell head over heels

Zaar D (nl) wrote: well this one was uncalled for

Omar M (de) wrote: A seriously sexual film about erotic fixation, and the only truly great one I've ever seen.

Christopher S (ca) wrote: At least as good as the new version, although some of the songs are a bit corny. I think the message comes across a little more clearly in this edition.

Jack B (au) wrote: rpic war flick, a bit slow at times

Gaku S (it) wrote: Stupid and funny. And one of feeling good flicks. Yes. You can be someone as long as you trust yourself and doing something make you feel good.

Christopher E (ca) wrote: Although filled with good intentions and a heartwarming message, "When The Game Stands Tall" ultimately falls to sports cliches and over exaggerated sequences that just feel forced."When The Game Stands Tall" follows the story of one of the best high school football teams in all of history. Their dominance led them to an absurd 151 game winning streak, but when the streak is broken, everything starts to fall apart. Through hardship and turmoil, these young kids will have to find their way in life, and what it truly means to give a perfect effort.The best thing I can say about this movie was the good intentions and the vision of the writers/director. This was supposed to be one of those feel-good, inspirational films with a heart warming message behind it, and although I found this film entertaining, it did not execute perfectly. For those of you who don't need subtle ways of writing or perfect pacing but you want to turn off your brain and be semi touched, this is the film for you.Other than the attempt at relaying a few messages, the movie also has its fair share of entertaining scrimmages and football games. Although it's overly exaggerated and ridiculous at times, the game sequences hold up pretty decently. The camera work is pretty steady for the most part and it's easy to keep up from play to play. The thing most cringe worthy about this film was the awkward placement of life lessons and the feeling that everything was forced. There wasn't really any pacing or flow to the events within the film, and although they meant well by it, none of the events had a real impact on me. It felt like nothing was natural and that their depiction of the actual events had no real effort put into the execution.The acting in this movie will not attract many audience members, as it has more than its fair share of cringe worthy dialogue and one liners. No one here really stands out other than Jim Caviezel, but even then, the acting in this movie leaves much to be desired. Whenever an emotional or intense scene was taking place, it was often accompanied by over acting, and whenever a powerful message was being relayed, it was accompanied by boring writing.In the end, this movie is far from perfect, but is not a bad option if you see it playing on TV, or you seek a feel good film with some decent moments.