Maria is a White farmer who runs a failing coffee plantation in an unnamed African country in the present day. Civil war has broken out and rebel soldiers, many of them child soldiers, are advancing on the area. Rebels on the radio advocate attacks on emblems of colonialism. Maria's workers leave, but she refuses to abandon the plantation, and searches for men to finish harvesting of the coffee.
Writer:Claire Denis (scenario), Marie N'Diaye (scenario), Lucie Borleteau (collaboration)
Denis revisits Africa, this time exploring a place rife with civil and racial conflict. A white French family outlawed in its home and attempting to save its coffee plantation connects with a black hero also embroiled in the tumult. All try to survive as their world rapidly crumbles around them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sandra F (br) wrote: Absolutely Fabulous Movie. The subject matter of bullying and mental illness is not an easy thing to address yet unfortunately it does happen more than one would like to admit. This movie opens up the conversation and hopefully will help those that are suffering in silence. The It'sOnUs and if you see something say something campaigns are enlisting all of us to help someone that is being victimized by others.
Wilman A (nl) wrote: open minded and good knowledge movie about dilapidated situation of US education. this movie reveal all expalanation why that is happen, what the effect and the real figure who feel the effects from that situation. the real figure is 4 children who do not have chance to study in great school for their education because the dilapidated system government made. it reveal that nothing wrong with the school but the regulation and system is problems. very good,deep and sad movie. although this is a documentary movie you won`t feel bore because the interesting idea and everything good we can take in this movie. and what relation between the named titled "Waiting for Superman" and the topic this movie brought? as we know the superman job is to save good people and bring justice and piece in this world, same with this situation. every children need that figure to solve this education problem so every children can get the best education and to get something they deserved. "this problem is posibble to resolved but the children can`t wait too long." by Davis Guggenheim
MF J (de) wrote: A cool and totally uncomplexed comedy about a bunch of lads going to the Octobeerfest in Germany to wing the contest. It's fun, well done, fast paced and jokes are fusing like a rocket... the perfect saturday night flick to watch with your mates.Hooray!
Wade H (us) wrote: An entertaining thriller. It may feel like a phone ad, but it's story keeps you glued with good directing and acting.
Robert B (es) wrote: An all female cast with France's most outstanding actresses of the past fifty years in this comedy musical "who done it" set in an isolated country home. This is pure style but with the substance and one of my guilty pleasures.
Matthew Samuel M (kr) wrote: It is a very one-note film, however the well-constructed jokes come one after another. Hilarious and at times charming, Death at a Funeral is ultimately worth seeing, however if only for the laughs. Once it's over, there is little to remember or admire. However, it deserves credit for being a successfully funny comedy. Those are hard to find.
Bill T (mx) wrote: Hard to determine if Stallone is being absolutely serious in this or playing this up for the schlock value. Unfortunately, I have to go for the former. Rob Schneider is in this, and he's providing all the "comedy", so that just proves my point The later "Dredd" rectified any character assassinations this film caused.
Charles S (kr) wrote: decent story. only a few plot holes but very watchable
Eric V (jp) wrote: one of the best movies of the last ten years
Michelle J (ru) wrote: So fun! Loved seeing this with my girls.