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The Soldier

Terrorists take over a plutonium bomb and threaten to detonate it in a Saudi Arabian oil field. A special anti-terrorist unit is sent in to stop them.

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A special anti-terrorist unit is sent in to stop them. Terrorists take over a plutonium bomb and threaten to detonate it in a Saudi Arabian oil field

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Allan C (jp)

It's pretty forgettable, but you could do a lot worse if you're in the mood for a light 60s western. Burt Kennedy directed and co-wrote the screenplay adaptation. Amiable comedy western with no real story to speak of, but cowpokes Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda are charming and enough to hold your interest

Andrey B (es)

Moving and tear-jerking soviet film from the new late 50's wave of war films, condemning the war

Artemis C (kr)

a good and poetic film

Brett B (us)

Still, it's kind of amazing that Marshall is as great as he is, given the material he's working with, and he holds the whole thing together. It's still kind of fun (Grier is a nice addition), but nothing terribly memorable really transpires. William Marshall brings equal parts gravitas and pathos to his second outing as "Dracula's Soul Brother," but the plot is reheated genre leftovers

Byron B (gb)

nominated for best foreign film by NBR

Gerard S (ru)

Special mention for Michael Riley who plays the never-give-up Lt Kozenczak. Possibly the best serial-killer movie I have seen!!! Brian Dennehy always gives you a 5-star performance but this time he excels as John Wayne Gacy, one of America's most prolific serial-killers

Ian F (jp)

sadly. . . I liked it, it was good, but it's way too political and sad for me to give it full credit where due

Jacob E (ru)

It is unintentionally hilarious. One of the most famous pieces of anti drug propaganda ever made

James L (fr)

hat happened on 9/11 will never be forgotten, and the heroes and those who lost their lives will forever be remembered through this stellar and thoughtful film !. Incredibly long run time , so be prepared for long moments of dialogue which all serve to establish the true story about one of Americas most tragic moments in history

Joao Manuel A (kr)

Nevertheless, this is not a film to make anyone feel entertained, it(TM)s a film people appreciate because it makes them think and unlike most films nowadays it grows inside and no one ever forgets. This is particularly visible when we see that we have a very ambiguous ending, the events of the final minutes of the films are a foreseeable consequence but we do not have much closure. And this is the main point that Koreeda wanted to express. That fact alone adds more tragedy to the story because their parents didn(TM)t only abandon them but they were also abandoned by the rest of the world that seems to be indifferent to their plight and doesn(TM)t make much attempt to help. In terms of narrative it is pretty linear and based on the presumed fact that nobody knows what is happening to the children, nobody knows that they even exist but as we analyze further we see that ironically and unlike what was suggested in the title many people did knew. The acting has a much-improvised feel to it but it never feels fake, on the contrary, it always seems as if they were really living those events. Ayu Kitaura on the other hand does a fine job but unfortunately is completely overshadowed by Yuya(TM)s presence. His performance was so astonishing that deservedly beat Tom Hanks, Geoffrey Rush and Gael Garcia Bernal for the top actor prize at Cannes. Yuya Yagira on the other hand has the performance of a lifetime as the young Akira that has to become an adult so quickly in order to make sure their siblings are taken care of. Her naivet (C) is charming, even though we soon discover that she is about to abandon them. Even involuntarily, we feel sympathy and compassion for the mother who seems to be more of an infant than any of the other children. However, the more astonishing aspect of the story is the superb interpretations by the main actors of the film. Mid shoots and close shots are predominant since most of the action happens inside the apartment and the film focus on the children(TM)s interactions, the quiet mature Kyoko, the loud hyperactive Shigeru, the little fragile Yuki and Akira on his rite of passage from child to adult with no middle stage. In terms of cinematography it is shot as a quasi documentary, stripped of any type of gimmick and artificial techniques as if it was a Dogme 95 film and that documentary feel adds to the idea of faithfulness of the events. This story is inherently moving and deeply sad in all of its aspects. The technical choices by Koreeda such as the use of only diagetic sounds instead of other superficial ones gives spirit to the characters, realism to the film and authenticity to the story and avoids any type of emotional exploitation of its audience. But it has a much nicer tone and outcome than the real life events that were the base of the film. This is not a pleasant experience, on the contrary, it is painful to see the plight the children have to endure and be just a spectator. To add to their tragedy as their mother goes away they impose over themselves an incarceration inside their apartment in order to avoid been seen and eventually separated. Now Akira, the older of the siblings has to take care of his brother and two sisters. In the beginning, she goes away for a while and returns but eventually she goes away and the time passes and through the film, it is left open if she will or she won(TM)t come back. As a premise, based on real life events, four children are abandoned by their mother with little money and absolute no schooling. Nobody Knows is a journey, one that not many people would like to take because it is one of those journeys we all need but it makes us question how inhumane humans can be and the things we do for our survival