Viva Algeria

Viva Algeria

This movie portrays three women living in today's Algeria between modern society and Islamic fundamentalism, self-determination and dependence. Goucem, a young woman who works for a photographer and mistress of a rich doctor, her mother Papicha, a former cabaret star, and her best friend Fifi, a prostitute, all live in a hotel in the city center of Algiers. Their difficult personal situation and the growing influence of Islam lead to dramatic consequences...

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Mackenie D (us) wrote: In 1961 Jenny (Carey Mulligan) a 16 year old girl planning her life of going to Oxford University next year has no idea her dreams are about to turn up side down when she meet a quite older gentleman named David (Peter Sarsgaard) who's in his late 30s. They quickly fall in love as they share their love for music and as and audience you are uneasy of their new found romance because of they distant in age difference and levels of mental growth. Jenny is sucked into the charming and rich life style of David and his friends as is the audience then we are all fooled. In An Education directed by Nick Hornby there are subtle hints that David and his friends are up to no good and can seem shady at times but is balanced out with the fun playfulness David affectionately shows Jenny allowing us to disregard his wrong doing. After a while both Jenny's and David's ages are soon forgotten at the peak of their relationship as is Jenny's future and Oxford. Once Jenny and her family realize she will be financially stable and happy with David around Jenny is blinded by love and now sees no use for a woman to go to school. Jenny is now left in a though, emotional state after her heart is broken. Overall, loved the film yet I was unsatisfied with the ending even though Jenny seemed happy now living and acting as id she were the appropriate age.

Chris H (mx) wrote: Released in 2008, and 8 years later, its message is just as relevant

Mark F (au) wrote: Not too bad. Diora Baird made up for any faults.

Adrian W (kr) wrote: A boring, stupid Nicolas cage film

Steve H (br) wrote: a very funny way people deal with life and all its twists and turns and this one has a lot of turns

Juan V (de) wrote: stehpen chow, what spawned thee? you'll love it or you'll hate it. i thought it was hilarious the second time i watched it, but the first time me and my friend just kinda talk amongst ourselves because it couldn't grab our attention. also, more toilet humour that you usualy see from chow.

C H (de) wrote: Legalzinho. Diferente dos filmes da poca, descontrado. Mesmo tratando de temas srios, no tem momentos tensos.

Luc A (au) wrote: The boxing sequence starring Charlie Chaplin against Hank Mann must rate as the funniest boxing contest ever captured on film... The movie is well worth watching for this scene alone. L

Daniel A (br) wrote: Just like the first, would have been better if it stuck to being RESIDENT EVIL and not a random zombie flick with RE elements mixed into it.