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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Agony of War. Dark, then gets darker. Ultimately, touching. Won't be watching again soon.
Kevin Claudio over 4 years ago
best story i've ever seen
Jesse Beatson 5 years ago
radiohead lends their songs sparingly, but no wonder they went for this.
Annika Løchte Taylor 6 years ago
A very interesting and different take on 'family reunions'.
Dominic Dirupo almost 7 years ago
Horrible and compelling
Ferşat Özçelik over 7 years ago
a good story.
Rory McCann over 7 years ago
Very good. Sorta dark, then more dark
Katrina Hedditch over 7 years ago
Tragic and devastating. Couldn't escape the gloom for days.
Amr Adel almost 2 years ago
Amirreza Edalat over 2 years ago
Asm Nabil over 2 years ago
Türkü almost 3 years ago
Matteo Satta 3 years ago
ceca katic 3 years ago
Daniel McCoy over 3 years ago
Cheryl over 3 years ago
Tamuna Eristavi over 3 years ago
Güner Durmaz over 3 years ago
Incendies is a 2010 Quebec film written and directed by Denis Villeneuve. Adapted from Wajdi Mouawad's play, Scorched, Incendies follows the journey of twin brother and sister as they attempt to unravel the mystery of their mother's life. The film premiered at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals in September 2010 and was released in Quebec on 17 September 2010. In 2011, it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film won eight awards at the 31st Genie Awards, including Best Motion Picture, Best Actress (Lubna Azabal), Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing, Overall Sound and Sound Editing. Twin brother and sister receive final requests in their immigrant mother's will. To fulfill these wishes, they must journey to her birth land in Lebanon. From the names (Christian) and the accents of Nawal and her lover "from the camps," however, Arabic speakers can tell the Marwan family are Christian Lebanese (further, Maronite, since...
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