The Unloved is film that gives a child's eye view of the U.K.'s government-run care system for orphans and children in danger. Lucy is eleven years old. Having been neglected by her estranged mother and father, she is placed in a children's home. Through her eyes, we follow Lucy's struggle to cope with the system. Her saving is her self-belief and her certainty that she is being watched over and protected by the holy spirit. Hers is a heroic quest for love, beauty and transcendence.
- Stars:Molly Windsor, Robert Carlyle, Susan Lynch, Craig Parkinson, Andrea Lowe, Karl Collins, Johann Myers, Michael Socha, Darren O. Campbell, Kerry Stacey, Ladene Hall, Penny Morton, Marie Wheeler-King, Lauren Socha, Christopher Russell,
- Director:Samantha Morton,
- Writer:Tony Grisoni (screenplay), Samantha Morton (screenplay)
The Unloved gives a child's eye view of the U.K.'s government-run care system for orphans and children in danger. The child is Lucy, a 11-years-old living with her father who often abuses her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A great movie. you have to pay attention, cuz one blink, you'll lose a piece. One of of the best 5.1 surround sound, chase scenes. But, at the last 9 minutes of the film,......it went south. But a good flick to watch, just don't take your ears off it. You really need to listen to follow all characters.
(br) wrote: Stylishly directed by Alan Parker, who captures a nice montage of working-class Philadelphia in the 60's, but unfortunately, fails as a parable on 'the horrors of war' because, well - there's not a lot of war in it. Not enough to fully explain what drives bird-lover Modine into thinking he really is a bird, contorting and perching himself in a variety of unusual positions in his Army hospital cell. Works more as a coming of age story told in flashback, as Nick Cage forms a love/hate friendship with the weird kid down the block, than it does a psychological drama - the pay-off is something of a letdown, and the gag ending is weak. Soundtrack by Peter Gabriel is very good, though.
(ag) wrote: There must be other touchstones besides "Waiting for Godot" but none are coming to mind just now. Blier's film is as abstract, surreal, and nonsensical as Beckett's play but it exists more decidedly in the real world of crime and cops, relationship disintegration and loss, towering apartment buildings and empty subway stops. A young Gerard Depardieu stumbles from one set-up to the next - is he potentially a murderer himself? Even he doesn't know. Blier's father is genial as the police inspector who seems more interested in being left alone and drinking wine than investigating crime and Jean Carmet is pathetic as a weak-willed killer of women. These latter two form a ridiculous trio of sorts with Depardieu. The plot frenetically (but absurdly) bounces from one setting and new acquaintance/lover/foe to the next, ending finally in a beautiful natural locale with beautiful Carole Bouquet putting everyone out of their misery. Doesn't overstay its welcome but might require some tolerance - that is, you could be alienated by this riff on alienation.
(mx) wrote: A romantic comedy less about finding true love, and more about hopelessly waiting for it to fall into your lap. Toni Collette's sympathetic, yet likable character and the ABBA soundtrack are especially sweet.