We Are Many

We Are Many

The story of the biggest demonstration in human history, which took place on 15th February 2003, against the impending war on Iraq.

In 2003, more than 15 million people march against the war in Iraq, in over 800 cities around the world. This is a feature length documentary on the story and legacy of the biggest protest in history, which took place on 15 Feb 2003. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


We Are Many torrent reviews

Ronnie S (mx) wrote: Udemrket gys, der dog var lige rigeligt uoriginal. Derudover var de frste 20-30 minutter gode. Overlever man det, s ender det med at blive en ok gyser. Tingene gik liiige hurtige nok, men derudover kan den helt klar godt ses :)

Darine S (ag) wrote: Seemed like the more understandable, more global version of "Upstream Color"It was lovely, I loved Eva Green in it & if it's at all possible I loved Ewan McGregor even more, I Absolutely loved all the scenes with Ewan's Bike, Every-Single-One, The Direction & the Narration at the very end was spectacular.Max Richter - Luminous (OST) <3

Jori P (ca) wrote: Ok ruotsalaiskomedia.

Cec M (kr) wrote: The DP Work In The Opening Sequence Is Great! Good Film!

Joey L (de) wrote: quirky. i liked the array of players they chose, which i think made the movie pretty good overall.

Noname (mx) wrote: A great documentary about fast food and what it does to ur body. Morgan eats several times a day that kind of food for 30 days something as a test. Worth seeing and thinking what could happen if u do. But everyone know i guess how bad it is. Altho burgers are really tasty. But not just eating it so often.

bill s (ag) wrote: Mean spirited but well made morality stories.

Ben L (jp) wrote: Under the Skin director Jonathon Glazer's British gangster drama is dramatic, but it also works as a comedic piece thanks largely to a bravura performance from Ben Kingsley. In fact, this may be one of the best performances he's given.

WS W (ru) wrote: One of the earliest parodies I'd ever watched back then.

Rachel B (es) wrote: Disturbing and interesting film.

Andrew G (es) wrote: When JCVD is the best actor in a movie and he has about three lines of dialogue, you know there's a problem. But on some level you have to appreciate the sensory overload of '80s cheese on display here.

Daniel R (ru) wrote: Pittsburgh steel workers dreams of being a ballet dancer while she moonlights at a local bar as a dancer.

Grayson D (it) wrote: Pretty funny spoof rockumentary.

Codie E (ca) wrote: A tortured and fully commited performance by Jack Lemmon really highlights the subtle and simple story here.

William B (ca) wrote: It is goofy and over-the-top, but, at least it's entertaining

Lucas Y (mx) wrote: This is where the Farrelly Bros started to become the M Night Shyamalan of comedy. I like Shallow Hal, but it's a far cry from Dumb & Dumber, Kingpin and Something About Mary. What works for me a lot more than the script is the performances. Jack Black, Gwyneth and Jason Alexander were hilarious, fun characters. The fat jokes do get overbearing, but overall this is better than 90% of the comedies that have come out in the past 10 years.

Michael F (ag) wrote: Phenomena is probably my least favorite of the golden era of Argento films, but that speaks more to my love of Argento than a dislike of the film. The movie is a little dry at times and the kills aren't as elaborate or creative as in some of the other films, besides the spear through the back of the chicks head. That being said its still Dario Argenti in his prime and Jennifer Connelly plays her role very well. There's also a chimp with a straight razor!