Three stories about the lives and loves of those who own a certain yellow Rolls-Royce: **First purchased by the Marquess of Frinton for his wife as a belated anniversary present, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Yellow Rolls-Royce
A classic car changes the lives of three sets of owners.
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Harmeet M (nl) wrote: TGIYB is class apart, a fearless cinema by an equally fearless director.. No need to mention it's different, cos Anurag Kashyap has always been different, never given in to the stereotypes.. Be it Black Friday, Dev D & Gulal he directed or projects like Udaan & Aamir that he backed and produced, Anurag Kashyap is a gem of Indian cinema.. I wish I get to see his first & yet unreleased film Paanch.
Kelly K (us) wrote: One of those really intense, true story films that keep you hooked the whole way through.
Sam T (nl) wrote: Like a National Geographic photo essay that has come to life, the film rewards the patient viewer with a rare and intimate look at a stark and remote way of life.
Andrew M (au) wrote: great movie! love the characters! especially tim leary and david carradine!
Denise A (es) wrote: A great 80's film & Madonna was so adorable in it!
Kenneth L (kr) wrote: This is a pretty standardly well-made documentary that has the good fortune of having very interesting subject matter. Obviously, it's about the political career of Harvey Milk, who became the country's first openly gay elected official in San Francisco in the 1970s (and also the subject of the recent Sean Penn movie). The film just straightforwardly tells the story, and gives you as much information as probably anybody would want unless they were a historian studying Milk in depth. It uses the typical documentary elements: interviews, archival footage, and photographs. Oh, also it's narrated by Harvey Fierstein, which just ups the gay ante that much more. It's an interesting story, and Milk comes across as a nice, practical-minded guy who was sincerely interested in promoting gay rights, but also in convincing the average schmo that gay people were ok. The main problem with the movie is that they seem to have interviewed only a handful of people, most of whom knew Milk moderately well. It would have been nice to see interviews with a broader spectrum of people, including both Milk's closest associates as well as people who maybe didn't know Milk at all but have some relevant expertise. Overall, though, this is a perfectly good documentary in its own right, and it will be interesting to compare to the Sean Penn movie whenever I get around to seeing that.
Ammar H (gb) wrote: Nice Movie , I watch it 10 times :)
Des S (mx) wrote: I enjoyed this remake because it kept to the same story as the original, but brought it into modern times.
Dnd H (gb) wrote: An instant classic and must see for all ages! With an incredible cast and story, this movie could very well be the best of it's kind.