Between a man and his lover lies a wall, between the man and the country he loves lies another wall. Can a one-sided dialouge breaks the walls and expresses the man’s feelings and sentiments? Or does the lover or the country wants the wall to be broken in the first place? This short was inspired by Amy Len’s dance choreography “Wall” and colloborated with Loh Bok Lai. The dance was originally choreographed for a performance in Japan Dance Wave Fukuoka ‘06 - Asian Contemporary Dance Now and later made into an experimental video combining elements of an actor and monologue. The video footages were also used for the dance piece itself in KL.
A meditation on the separation fence in Israel-Palestine that imprisons one people while enclosing the other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wall torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: it's becoming all too common now to see a movie attempt to combat sexism by being sexist itself. If nearly two hours of women spouting sexist nonsense about how all men are evil, stupid and dumb is your thing you'll like this movie. If you're not a fan of it you're in for the roughest most aggravating ride of your life. All of which could even be forgiven if there seemed to be any effort made but this movie ultimately falls down to a typical corny trash heap that's been sitting out in the sun for too long, so even when it's been taken away, the foul stench still remains for a while after.
(nl) wrote: Barbie plays a princess who is kidnapped early in life by a witch who is tasked to kill her parents for their advisor that wants power.Lots of singing and goofy moments. Good lessons are learned by youth and the animation is ok.A mediocre Barbie movie for young girls.
(de) wrote: seen this in like 50 movies before?
(jp) wrote: Simply put this is one of the best pieces of animation ever,anyone who considers themselves a fan of manga/anime has to see this
(fr) wrote: I really liked this movie. its not scary but its really good and abit funny... i really think you who haven't seen it really should...
(us) wrote: 4.6 stars. This is an early Costner film -- probably the first one I remember seeing him in. It was pretty good and it had a solid cast for back in the day.
(jp) wrote: Watership Down is a classic dark film about rabbits venturing to find a new home!
(ca) wrote: Another one of Hammer Horror's better films, and it's one of their more surreal offerings. 15 years after ridding their village of the curse of Count Mitterhaus (Robert Tayman), his evil is revived when a travelling circus, led by a Gypsy Woman (Adrienne Corri) rolls into the village, this is one circus which offers some quite weird forms of entertainment, but they seem to keep the villagers happy. But, the older members of the village become suspicious, especially when the body count starts to rise. It's a very creepy film, but it has the usual Hammer touches, (nudity, fog, dodgy overacting but good sets), but it is well shot, and it is one of the better looking Hammer films in visual terms, oh, and a young David Prowse appears as the circus strongman...
(nl) wrote: A brilliant, comprehensive episodic journey northward through war-torn and American-occupied Italy, and surely one of the best-ever illustrations of the theme of Americans abroad.
(gb) wrote: I hate Dane Cook but this is actually pretty funny.