White Wall

White Wall

In the near future, everything has changed. Basic human rights have become the rarest of luxuries. No one knows when this started but everyone knows how. The VXII, the deadliest virus ever created, spread like wildfire and decimated the majority of the world's population. The non-infected survivors now cling to life in four quarantined cities behind a wall. Shawn Kors and his brother, Jude, survived the VXII only to grow up in a squalid internment camp for orphaned children. Under the care of the militia, they were pitted against other children in backwoods death matches. Shawn, Jude, and the few who escaped became notorious for their incredible fighting skills. They have since parted ways. Shawn now makes a comfortable living as a janitor at the local medic station. He spends his days dreaming of curing the VXII. When Shawn discovers the discarded body of a fellow internment camp friend, he is forced out of hiding and pulled into a rabbit hole of conspiracy and violence.

Set in a wasteland enclosed by a large white wall, the last survivor from a brutal child internment camp reluctantly takes on one final bounty hunting job to protect the idyllic life he has rebuilt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Richard S (br) wrote: Although nothing else comes close to the opening sequence, Martel's debut deservedly drew festival attention. With her third feature on the horizon it is as good a time as any to re-evaluate "The Swamp". It should come as no surprise that a film about stagnant, racist Argentinian petit bourgeois on holiday is not going to focus on narrative. With that expectation, you can settle in and focus on just how proficiently she's able to recreate a specific time and place. There's no need to care about or even like these characters. You're an observer and over the course of ~90 minutes, you come away with an understanding of provincial South America. She approaches her subject without any sugarcoating, but never makes obvious statements about them. There is arguably little room for a positive reading, but she does allow the audience to make up its own mind.

Zabrina T (nl) wrote: surreal, beautiful and tragic

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John S (us) wrote: The spoof movie that set the bar for others to come, and not even the sequels could match. A classic!

Janelle A (jp) wrote: If you have ever dreamed of physically experiencing the centres of the souls of all persons living and passed on, then that is kind of like what watching this movie is like. A man, an otter, and two and a half hours of Scottish landscape cinematography.

Dave J (gb) wrote: Richard Widmark is the gunfighter marshal everybody is trying to kill. In other words a pessimistic revision of High Noon.

sean g (jp) wrote: I saw this film recently and the actress, Paprika Steen, blew it out of the water. She's dynamite. I've been diggin Danish films for the last 10 years or so, and while this one is a bit bleak (no surprise there) Steen's acting makes it well worth watching. She plays a stage-actress alky trying to persuade her ex to let her back into the lives of her two small boys. And here are the complications: First, the ex knows what a great actress she is. Second, he's remarried and his new wife is sensitive and perceptive--neither of which Steen's character is, but she's trying to be anyhow. And third, Steen's character is playing the crazy, nut-job, alky, Martha, in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf--one of the most demanding roles any actress could ever play--while trying to convince her ex., his new wife, her kids, and herself that she's ready to be a normal mom now. This is the kind of part and the kind of acting that could catapault Steen into the Hollywood A-list machine! It's very well directed too, and even has a few laughs: dry and dark, of course. I did mention it's Danish, right?

Phyllis D (ru) wrote: Julianne Moore is good in this movie, but, somehow, I just wasn't terribly engaged by this movie. I wanted to care, I swear!!

Isaiah H (ag) wrote: To long, but great action, great story, and good acting. Also probably the most faithful film adaptation of a comic book I have seen.

Greg W (kr) wrote: good western set in winter