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Grim and depressing film about poverty and exclusion in Lebanon. Subtitled. 'Capernaum' translates as 'Chaos'. A 12/13 year old child brought up in extreme poverty sues his parents for having him. Through the horror of his life at the bottom of the heap we also see lots of acts of kindness and lovin...
I really enjoyed this. the really bleak spring scenes were so crisp and windblown i was totally immersed i felt chilly. Incrediblely beautiful scenes (yes, even the beatle - which i hate) full of thoughful pauses to admire the landscape. to me, as an outsider to that life and landscape, it was a rev...
- Sun Aug 06, 2017 11:23 pm
- Forum: Film Discussion
- Topic: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
- Replies: 18
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Saw this today and was very disappointed. great visuals (with a very wonderful opening scene), a few interesting quirky characters such as the triad of informants and ideas such as a multidimesional market experienced through a sort of VR interface, but over all the story is just a bit of a mess. th...
- Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:09 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Latecomers to screenings and other cinema nuisances
- Replies: 502
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that's hilarious. i hope that through that you managed to "enjoy" the film? Watching "Bitch" yesterday at Sundance (london, not USA) about a woman who acts like a dog. A fully grown adult middleaged woman sat next to me with her equally fully grown middleaged woman friend, who told her buddy that he...