We of the Never Never
Based on the well-loved Australian classic by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn, this is the remarkable true story of Jeannie Gunn, a woman who fought to overcome sexual and racial prejudice amid the harsh beauties of the outback. Leaving her Melbourne existence for a new life on her husband's isolated ranch, Jeannie's feisty, good-natured attitude soon wins over the misogynistic stockmen, but she faces a much tougher challenge in trying to change their racist attitudes towards the indigenous aboriginal population.
- Stars:Angela Punch McGregor, Arthur Dignam, Martin Vaughan, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, John Jarratt, Tony Barry, Tommy Lewis, Donald Blitner, Mawuyul Yanthalawuy, Cecil Parkee, Sibina Willy, Tex Morton, Kim Chiu Kok, Brian Granrott, Danny Adcock,
- Director:Igor Auzins,
- Writer:Mrs. Aeneas Gunn (book), Peter Schreck
Based on the well-loved Australian classic by Mrs. Aeneas Gunn, this is the remarkable true story of Jeannie Gunn, a woman who fought to overcome sexual and racial prejudice amid the harsh beauties of the outback. Leaving her Melbourne existence for a new life on her husband's isolated ranch, Jeannie's feisty, good-natured attitude soon wins over the misogynistic stockmen, but she faces a much tougher challenge in trying to change their racist attitudes towards the indigenous aboriginal population. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
We of the Never Never torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: the trailer gives away all the good parts
(kr) wrote: A remarkable performance from Testud carries this quiet, observant film. Director Hausner dwells in the realm of mystery, neither confirming nor denying the reality of the miraculous, and as such shows us how a place the faithful associate with hope can also become a place of profound uncertainty. Such uncertainty is disorienting, while the faith required to embrace the miraculous is shown to be quite the high calling indeed. Excellent film that provides much to think about.
(it) wrote: Although the final scene is quietly powerful and thought provoking, the majority of the film is achingly slow moving, and even though it serves to illustrate the inflexibility of the law and the tedium and repetitiveness of certain aspects of police work in Romania, the film really doesn't need to be as dull or lengthy as it is. It does what it sets out to do well, but on a basic entertainment level, will not deliver.
(br) wrote: It's what you expect to see. Lots of bad guys. A few good guys that have no chance go in and blow up and kill bad guys. INcredible cast.
(it) wrote: Melancholy, fascinating, poetic, engaging, troubling, puzzling, confusing, heart-breaking. Unforgettable.
(ru) wrote: This movie had terrible lighting,acting, and didn't make sense.
(us) wrote: A cheesily fun martial arts fantasy -- do not expect anything more.
(us) wrote: Bad Dreams is a much better movie than it??s given credit for. The problem is that it was a blatant attempt to cash in on the Nightmare On Elm St franchise and it??s glaringly obvious, particularly with it??s similarities to the third movie. I??ll make my point with this list:1. Bad guy gets burnt alive and comes back to haunt people in dreams (although in ??Bad Dreams?? it??s more hallucinations really so I don??t know why they called it such other than to attract Elm St fans.)2. Both ??Bad Dreams?? and Elm St 3 are set in very similar looking hospitals where they have ??group sessions?? and one of the patients is played by Jennifer Rubin. The patients begin to see visions/dreams of a burnt man before dying.3. At one point needing a hall pass is mentioned which sounded like a reference to Elm St 1.4. A doctor in this is the same actor who plays a doctor in Elm St 1.5. In Elm St 3 Phillip falls from a high window to his death which appears like a suicide. The same happens with a character in this movie and the music in each of these two scenes are strikingly similar.I??m sure there were others but you get the picture. Otherwise they??re really very different movies. Bad Dreams lacks the imaginative dream sequences and really over the top fantastic deaths of Elm St 3 but it plays things very seriously and a result is at least a much scarier horror movie. The villain is played by Richard Lynch which is the most perfect piece of casting as he looks scary to start with; you see visions of him both burnt and not burnt and the not burnt ones are actually scarier!What I don??t understand is why they created so many similarities to Elm St 1 and 3 as the movie is very strong in it??s own right and by the end you realise it has little in common otherwise. Maybe it was the production company asking for a new Elm St style movie so they tried a little too hard to please them. Maybe if it wasn??t for the similarities this movie would be considered a classic. In any case, this is an underrated 80??s horror gem with a great plot and scarier than average.
(ru) wrote: , azok a 80-as vek! Akkor mg kszltek friss, szellemes alkotsok, mint ez is. A fl pont levons Daryl Hannah miatt van - csak felolvassa a szerept.
(de) wrote: Also known as: The Unprecedented Defence of the Fortress Deutschkreuz This is not one of the best Herzog films I might add.
(kr) wrote: Ingmar Bergman takes us to a realm of cinema where the possibilities are as grand as they are electrifying. His style echoes throughout this masterpiece as if it could break glass structures with heavy vibrations.In every film, his actors are different and they are never typecasted. This is one of the best examples of how Bergman exerts control over the actors.
(kr) wrote: Decent mid-60s sci-fi movie about an astronaut that is forced to crash land on Mars, and somehow figure out a way to survive on a harsh planet. The story is told well enough (though it isn't exceptional), but the visuals are pretty damn good for 1964. The real desert locations mixed with sets, and composites, and other special effects are all pretty top notch (again, for it's time). I think the movie looks great, I think I just struggled to get engaged with the lead actor...he isn't awful, but he had to carry the whole movie...could've used a little more charisma.
(de) wrote: awesome bio-pic played by the man himself murphy was the most decorated soldier in WWII
(ca) wrote: It's obvious that this film is not actually shot in Venice, which affected my attitude towards it. There's lots of stock footage and green screens, though. It was interesting to see Katherine Hepburn in something, this is the first time I've seen any of her films. But other than that, it was just okay for me.
(kr) wrote: Home Sweet Hell will make you hate Patrick Wilson, because it seems dull in this total jumble and disorganised narrative, and this movie lacks of wit, because it seems that all of the decisions came from a dilema.