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(1651) 6.4 112 min 2019

Clemency is a movie starring Alfre Woodard, Richard Schiff, and Aldis Hodge. As she prepares to execute another inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the...

Starring
Alfre Woodard, Richard Schiff, Aldis Hodge, Wendell Pierce
Genres
Drama
Director
Chinonye Chukwu

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Chinonye Chukwu
Writer Chinonye Chukwu
Stars Alfre Woodard, Richard Schiff, Aldis Hodge, Wendell Pierce
Country USA
Also Known As Halastus, Laupeus, Mildhet, Une ultime grâce, Gailestingumas
Runtime 1H 52M
Description Years of carrying out death row executions have taken a toll on prison warden Bernadine Williams. As she prepares to execute another inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the man she is sanctioned to kill.

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Saturday, 02 Jan 2021 22:14

The only film that I have seen that has even a passing resemblance to the real-life struggles of the Cherokee people is "A Man Called Horse." Although this is not an "Indian" film, it tells the story of a man who came to the Cherokee Nation in the late 1800's, having heard about the progress of the American Indian Movement, and wanted to take a stand against the evils of the white man. In his efforts to do so, he came to the Cherokee Nation, to lead a community of Indians, and to educate the younger generation about the Indian Movement. The "Indian" in the title refers to a man named Whetselton, a self-proclaimed leader of the Cherokees. When the Cherokee Nation received the train of the American Indian Movement in 1882, the Cherokees felt that their land was being stolen from them. They had been assured by the local government that the land was theirs. They could not accept such a situation. The government wanted to sell the land, and the government would not allow the land to be used for any other purpose than farming. The government also promised to send the train back. So Whetselton had to be arrested and sent to jail. Whetselton spent his entire time in jail, not even eating, so he had to go through a lot of psychological suffering. But in the end, Whetselton's bravery won over the authorities. The Cherokee Nation was able to form a formal government, and the land was divided among the Cherokees. But it was also a victory for the Indian Movement, and it is a film that should be viewed by everyone. If you want to see a great film about the American Indian Movement, you can watch "The Greatest Story Ever Told."
Thursday, 22 Oct 2020 04:00

After a quiet, emotionally low-key debut feature, Director/Screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith has taken a unique, engaging approach to his debut feature "Limitations." Although the title of the film refers to "Limitations" and not "Limitations," Grahame-Smith's direction, editing and screenplay are perfectly in sync, and the pace and clarity of the film is simply stunning. "Limitations" is a refreshingly honest, well-written film, and the viewer is given a chance to experience the anguish, loneliness and a great deal of emotional turmoil of an AIDS stricken young man. By its very nature, a film about an AIDS stricken person will likely leave a viewer deeply disturbed and possibly horrified. The negative reaction that a film can create can be illogical and largely impotent. That being said, I will give "Limitations" the benefit of the doubt. Even though the film is riddled with many plot holes, many of which were simply too silly to even bother with, the film is actually a well-written, well-acted and beautifully directed piece. My personal opinion on this film is that "Limitations" is an extremely strong film that shows the full range of the director's talent. The screenplay by Sam Catlin and Steven Berkoff is simply incredible, and as you will see in the end credits, the director has crafted an incredibly powerful and inspiring film. The director has created a film that makes the viewer feel as though he or she is actually watching the young man struggle with his disease. The acting is superb, and the performances are exceptionally well-written and well-acted. The writing is exceptional, and the direction is beautifully executed. The film is incredibly well-shot, the production values are top-notch, and the cinematography is simply beautiful. The photography of the film is absolutely stunning, and the graininess and grit of the film perfectly compliments the subject matter. The pacing of the film is extremely efficient, and the overall pacing of the film is incredibly intense. The film's production values are also astounding, and the production design of the film is fantastic. The cinematography of the film is truly beautiful, and the direction of the film is just as beautifully directed. The film is brilliantly directed, and the screenplay is powerful. "Limitations" is an extremely powerful film that will leave you emotionally drained and gripped. The movie will not be for everyone, and there is a reason for that. Many people will find it incredibly disturbing, but those who are sick or at risk of dying will truly appreciate this film. I strongly recommend "Limitations" to any viewer who wants to learn more about the importance of HIV and AIDS, or who has never had a friend or loved one die from HIV or AIDS. I will say that it is incredibly difficult to talk about this film without giving away too much of the plot. I strongly suggest you watch the film, but do not read the reviews because it is important that you not know what happens. "Limitations" is an extremely powerful and powerful film that will leave you emotionally drained and gripped.
Monday, 21 Sep 2020 04:05

Clemency is the story of a deaf, dumb and blind man named Paul (Stephen Graham) who is sent to a rehabilitation center by his former supervisor (Gregory Hines) in order to earn a second chance at life. Paul and his wife (Yvette Mabrouk) have a son and a daughter. After a series of events, Paul is released from the center and his wife and son move into a different neighborhood. But, not to be completely rejected, Paul works as a "high tech" sales guy in his old neighborhood. The problems continue as Paul is thrown out of the home he's lived in for almost twenty years. As the movie progresses, the protagonist finds out he has an extra heart. We also learn that his son suffers from developmental delays. Paul decides to try out for a new home. Paul receives an unexpected visit from a mysterious man (Steve Buscemi) who seems to know everything about Paul. Paul discovers that his wife has been cheating on him with a man she met in a bar. She gets back together with her lover and they begin a new relationship. Paul finds out that his daughter is pregnant, so he decides to go back to his old neighborhood in order to raise the child. Paul discovers that the man who is fixing his house doesn't like the area and refuses to sell the house. Paul is forced to find a new home. Paul finds a place that is much bigger and nicer. Paul is still searching for a job, but he soon finds a new one at the same technology company. Paul is still seeking a job, but he also finds a job that is much harder than anything he has done before. As the movie progresses, we learn more about Paul and his family. Paul learns that his son has begun to speak and his wife is pregnant again. Paul is forced to deal with his son's autism and the complications that arise from it. Paul struggles to get the money he needs to support his son and daughter. He finds a job in a "machine room" that is an industry that is now obsolete. We also learn that his daughter has been depressed because of the loss of her father. Paul must deal with the lack of support that he and his son received from his previous neighborhood and the situation of his daughter. We also learn that Paul's wife is still cheating on him. The movie is a great work of art that I found to be very moving. It is a moving story of a man struggling to find a new life and find a new
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 06:28

What a great movie. I was thinking that it would be some big commercial movie about government corruption or something like that but I was totally wrong. This is the story of a guy who is arrested for killing his wife and then is put on trial for his wife's death. If you think this is a movie about the Bush Administration you are totally wrong because it is about a guy who is innocent of murder and who has no business being on a death row. His name is Kris Krueger and he was accused of killing his wife because of a disagreement with her over her job, but the only evidence against him was the car that he had crashed into, which was a flat tire. The police found the witnesses who said that he killed his wife and even the prosecutor said that the evidence was very thin. He was sentenced to death and was brought to the death row where a religious man came along and performed the Eucharist on him. The next day the court found him guilty and he was sentenced to death and finally was put to death. I know that this is just a movie and I don't really know how it would end, but this movie really moves you into the person who is on death row and tells you the story of this man who is trying to prove his innocence and to make the authorities in the court realize that he is innocent and that they need to show mercy on him. You can also see the lawyer say to his client "Look, if he had killed my wife I would be the one in trouble." This is really the truth, and it is what this movie is about. There is some violence but this movie is more about the story of a man who is being tried for a crime he did not commit. I think this movie really helps to show that we need to keep our guard up and not be lenient with people who have committed crimes, and also that we need to learn to be more understanding of others. I recommend it to anyone who has ever been on death row and has had to deal with people who have committed crimes. I hope this helps you to see this movie.


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