Where Do We Go Now?
On a remote, isolated, unnamed Lebanese village inhabited by both Muslims and Christians. The village is surrounded by land mines and only reachable by a small bridge. As civil strife engulfed the country, the women in the village learn of this fact and try, by various means and to varying success, to keep their men in the dark, sabotaging the village radio, then destroying the village TV.
- Stars:Claude Baz Moussawbaa, Leyla Hakim, Nadine Labaki, Yvonne Maalouf, Antoinette Noufaily, Julian Farhat, Ali Haidar, Kevin Abboud, Petra Saghbini, Mostafa Al Sakka, Sasseen Kawzally, Caroline Labaki, Anjo Rihane, Mohammad Aqil, Gisèle Smeden,
- Director:Nadine Labaki,
- Writer:Thomas Bidegain (collaboration), Rodney El Haddad, Bassam Habib, Jihad Hojeily, Nadine Labaki
A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Where Do We Go Now? torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I watched this for free on Amazon Prime the other night. Jeremy Irons was great as usual. I would have liked to see more of the young man's life and that part of the story. I loved the layering of the three different stories and characters. This is a film about failed aspirations, lies/deceptions & betrayals. The moral of the story: don't put your work above the people you love or you will lose the only thing that really matters- your family. The young man could easily have rewritten his novel and stayed with his wife and rebuilt his family. I think this needed a stronger ending but overall very good performances and it held my interest.
(ag) wrote: Garbage. Not even worth a parting glance. poor production value. Cheap looking footage. Incoherent babble. Monumental waste of time for filmmakers and any viewer that is unfortunate to cross it.
(mx) wrote: Horrible acting, overused storyline...don't bother.
(au) wrote: Great, but old and long
(nl) wrote: Clint Eastwood is at his macho, insubordinate best in this exuberant, salty military movie with more memorable lines and funny moments than most comedies.
(au) wrote: Seen it before, want to own it
(ru) wrote: Being a huge fan of the television series, I was ecstatic when I learned that there was a movie of it! Sure, it's not as exceedingly brilliant as the show, but it's still a hilarious film about the staff of Grace Brothers Department Store, as they go on holiday in Costa Plonka. This film is, possibly, one of the funniest films I've ever seen.
(ag) wrote: Well executed, if not fully fleshed out, but a very interesting and entertaining film nonetheless. Highly recommended to all 'Stones fans.
(ru) wrote: The songs that were good were awesome. The songs that were bad were awful. The dancing was good--but most of the time, it took from the plot. They could have completely eliminated "This Was a Real Nice Clambake."
(ag) wrote: Sugary bitter sweet dreams in a train to a hotel that is a world in eastern western middle europe
(br) wrote: This had slight potential, not really a Rollins acting fan but there are moments where he does a good job for the character and its a interesting choice. the main fault here is scattered writing or editing and some horrid script dialog in many many scenes. So so many really gleaming plot holes and the whole ending 1/4 seems to be thrown together in the sense of "shit, we half to figure out a ending...mmm, just have the bad guy kinda whine abit"