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(537) 5.1 91 min 2017

The Misandrists is a movie starring Susanne Sachße, Viva Ruiz, and Kembra Pfahler. The Misandrists begins with Volker, a young man with an injured leg, stumbling through the forest, pursued by the police and their tracking dogs....

Starring
Susanne Sachße, Caprice Crawford, Viva Ruiz, Kembra Pfahler
Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Bruce La Bruce

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Bruce La Bruce
Writer Bruce La Bruce
Stars Susanne Sachße, Caprice Crawford, Viva Ruiz, Kembra Pfahler
Country Germany
Also Known As Mizandristice, Mizandristkinje, Womanifesto, Misandrystki, Las Misándricas, Die Misandristinnen, As Misândricas, Misandrie
Runtime 1H 31M
Description The Misandrists begins with Volker, a young man with an injured leg, stumbling through the forest, pursued by the police and their tracking dogs. When he emerges from the woods, he sees two young women, Isolde and Hilde, frolicking in a field not far from a large old country house. When the beautiful young Isolde realizes that the handsome young man is in trouble with the law, she convinces Hilde to help her hide him in the basement of the house, which happens to be a school for wayward girls. Isolde forces Hilde to agree to keep the young man's presence in the basement hidden from the rest of the household, especially from Big Mother, who runs the school, which is composed of twelve other females: four teachers and eight young women rescued from the streets. It is a lesbian separatist stronghold. Isolde secretly nurses Volker back to health, but does not let him know that the school for girls is also a front for a quasi-terrorist organization called the FLA - the Female Liberation Army - that is willing to go to any lengths to challenge the patriarchy. Meanwhile, we are introduced to all the other girls and women of the house, discovering their backgrounds and their relationships with one another, their beliefs and womanifestos. Several of the members of this radical female tribe are harbouring secrets of their own, which are eventually revealed as the film moves towards its climax: the revelation of a new style of lesbian porn that is to be used as both propaganda tool and calling card for their new brand of female revolution. Blessed be the Goddess of all worlds that has not made me a man.

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Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 21:05

I saw this movie at a local independent film festival in late August, 2006. It was directed by Stephen Levinson and based on a play by John Cassavetes. The movie is about an ex-military man, Richard Ramirez, who was in the Vietnam War. He was a victim of one of the worst atrocities that American soldiers committed in Vietnam, a notorious incident of sexual assault. Ramirez's best friend and coworker, Gerald (Peter Dinklage) is a local leader of the insurgents who are armed with machine guns, AK-47s, and machine pistols. Ramirez is a lonely, broken man who needs a chance to move on. When his friend tells him that he has a place to stay for the night in a local motel, he is willing to go. Gerald has no idea where Ramirez is going to stay but when he finds out that Ramirez will be staying with Gerald's girlfriend (Rachel Weisz), he is not so sure about what to do. Ramirez's journey into the arms of Gerald and the people of Hargeisa is told in a first-person narrative. We see the journey of the film's protagonist from a violent, abusive and confused individual to a man who is beginning to understand the meaning of his life and being able to escape his past. The best thing about this film is the very talented cast. Levinson does a great job directing. The only one who comes across as not very talented is Weisz. The script by Levinson is quite strong and interesting. Dinklage, Weisz, Dina Bausch, and William H. Macy play their roles very well. The movie is a perfect contrast of violence and the triumph of love. I believe that this is the most original film that I have seen in a long time. I think that this movie could have been a very successful film had it been released in the early 90s. The movie is about a man who is in a small town in Denmark and is about to go to Paris, France to find a woman. While in Paris, he meets a young French girl and starts a romantic relationship with her. The relationship between the two is complicated, and the movie shows the relationship between the two. The movie is about the triumph of love over violence and oppression. I think that this movie has a very strong message. I give this movie a 7 out of 10.


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