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(5032) 6.6 101 min 2017

Woman Walks Ahead is a movie starring Jessica Chastain, Louisa Krause, and Boots Southerland. Catherine Weldon, a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn, travels to Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes embroiled in...

Starring
Jessica Chastain, Chaske Spencer, Louisa Krause, Boots Southerland
Genres
History, Western, Biography, Drama
Director
Susanna White

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres History, Western, Biography, Drama
Director Susanna White
Writer Steven Knight
Stars Jessica Chastain, Chaske Spencer, Louisa Krause, Boots Southerland
Country USA
Also Known As Mulher Que Segue à Frente, Uma Mulher Exemplar, A nő, aki előttünk jár, Isha tzoedet kadima, Kadın Önde Yürür, Die Frau, die vorausgeht, Kobieta idzie przodem
Runtime 1H 41M
Description Catherine Weldon, a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn, travels to Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes embroiled in the Lakota peoples' struggle over the rights to their land.

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Monday, 10 Aug 2020 23:11

James Coburn (David Warner) is an American lawyer who, over the course of the Second World War, acquires his second wife (Neneh Cherry), gets her pregnant, and then, over the course of the ensuing conflict, returns to Europe and becomes the personal bodyguard of Joseph (Anthony Quinn). Young Prince Alexander (Nicolas Cage) is a German shepherd who accompanies his master everywhere, even to the theater where he is promptly put on display. For those of you who haven't heard of the term "The Fuhrer" (literally translated, "The Great"), it refers to a figure, commonly depicted as a large, bearded man, who is recognized by everyone but his closest followers. In this case, the figure is Hitler himself, and even some of Hitler's most loyal followers, such as Joseph, who still harbor their distaste for his "Mussolini-lite" policies and want to see Hitler step down before the threat of a communist takeover becomes a reality. The movie does an excellent job at depicting Hitler's birth and his early years, as well as the brutal attacks on Jews and other people, and of course his rise to power in 1933, as well as his succession to power in the party. I also liked the fact that, despite the comparisons to the "murderer," we do get to see the actual behavior of the man. This is something that the film seldom does. The film also gives an idea of the back-stabbing nature of the party. In some ways, the movie is almost apolitical, as the plot begins in the party headquarters, and then progresses from there. My only real complaint about the movie is that it is slightly long. The pacing is a bit slow at times, and the film does get kind of boring at times. But, overall, I would recommend the movie. 7/10
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 13:41

I think "Walking Blind" is a very interesting film with great subject matter. It's very different from the typical western film in many ways. It's a historical film, about the era of the cowboy and the period of the "golden age" of the United States. The themes are pretty prevalent. One of the things I think most people might not appreciate is the difficulty and/or expense of shooting in the harsh conditions of the Western U.S. I think it's a pretty accurate representation of what it was like to be a man living on the frontier. Many of the subjects have been studied, but I think most people would like to know about the times. The film isn't a historical document on any level, so if you don't like that style, I wouldn't suggest you watch it. However, I think that the style is more suited for a documentary or even a biography. The film doesn't really dwell on the problems of the time. It's more about the struggles, character and interactions that occur when people don't know what's happening and how people deal with it. In that sense, it's a very interesting film to watch. The film's more of a drama, or more of a personal drama about the actors and the characters and their struggle to find each other and work. The script is pretty well written, it's not overly stylized, so it's easy to follow and understand. It's one of those films that is very easy to follow, but still gives a great view into the time period and situations. I think the most interesting part of the film is the characters. The performances are pretty good, especially the lead actors. I think the supporting cast is also pretty good, I think they have good chemistry and show great depth. The writing is really good, it's really believable. The story is good and the tone is very interesting, so I think it's a pretty good film. The film is based on a real person, so I think the people involved are very accurate in their portrayal of the time period. The film is very well made, has good production values, good production design and the film is very well edited. The direction is good, although the filming of the landscape was probably a bit shaky, it's still good. I think the overall quality of the film is very good. The actors are very good and I really like them. I think the overall movie is very well written. It's not predictable, there's a lot of variety and there's plenty of tension. There's also some really good performances. The characters are well developed and their development is interesting and engaging. I think the people who made the film also did a good job, I'm a fan of Ben Foster and he's a great actor. He's very interesting and he shows depth in his role. I like the way he played his character, he really isn't a stereotypical western hero. He really was an interesting character. I think the other characters were also very interesting. The roles were interesting, but the actors were very good in them. I think the production values were good, the sets were good. I think the actors all gave great performances. The sound and cinematography were very good. Overall, I think "Walking Blind" is a really good film and I recommend it to everyone.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 05:52

It's a day in the life of an upper-class Kentucky family in the late 1800s. They are a happy family of four children, who have four wonderful daughters: two women and one man. The young women are very independent, eager to take a look at all the good things in life that they believe others will miss. But the men are either impatient or unable to think about the world around them as much as they'd like to. At one point, the two men are in the kitchen of the family home. The men are eating breakfast. As the men are eating, the young woman walks out of the kitchen and starts on her way down the steps of the house. When she walks down the steps, a small child runs up to her and touches her. She takes her daughter to her mother, and the father, knowing that this is the first child he has raised, ignores this interaction. She ends up giving this child to the mother, as if he were the oldest child of the family. This man becomes a railroad tycoon. This man is married to the daughter's mother, who is the daughter's great aunt, and who is married to the son's father. This man is a very wealthy man, who is a local duke. He doesn't think twice about all the women that he picks up and takes home with him, or about all the men who come and stay at his house. It's fascinating to watch the dynamic of this man and the women and the men. It's like watching all the different families in one family, or all the different kinds of families in one town, but the dominant people are the men. I have seen this movie before. In 1989, I saw it again, and now I am watching it again, because it's so good, and it's so real. It's a real American story, and I love it. This movie is also about Kentucky, but it's also about American culture. The men of this family are smart, independent, but not the men of the country. They're not the people who go around doing stupid things to show off. They're the people who go to work, or to church, or to church groups, or to get to school. These are the men, and the women, who are the actual producers and consumers of their culture. This movie is really, really good, and you should really see it.
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 16:58

One of the great aspects of this film is that we see the wonderful (though surely wrong) concept of sovereign states and how they relate to each other, the way in which the "pillars" of different states relate to each other and the way in which there is a tendency to balk at going through the motions. While this could be an excellent film on its own it is so well-told and nuanced that there is no real need for a sequel. So we go into the sequel. Unfortunately, there are a number of things that are far from convincing. This would have been a much better film if the title had been "Battle for Vietnam", but "Battle for Wartime" is simply a misnomer as well. Again, the film doesn't attempt to give a clear picture of what the Vietnamese actually wanted, and it is very hard to tell what exactly is going on with the Vietnamese themselves when they go to the US to present their demands. It just doesn't happen as well as it could. One thing that is pretty interesting is that while they have been so busy and successful in turning this into a "star vehicle" for everyone involved in it, the script is very dull and just shows a lack of imagination on the part of the writer. While I thought the acting was okay overall, there are only a few memorable scenes. The Vietnamese are portrayed as being mostly immoral and corrupt, and the US is portrayed as being mostly altruistic and kind. Both of these characters could have done a lot better, but I suppose this is what was needed for the American audience. Overall, the story is told very well, but not much else. As it is, it is hard to get excited about what is happening. All that said, this is one of the best war films out there, and while it has been made for American audiences in this case, it should be for anyone interested in how conflicts should be resolved.


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