Three stories set in Africa are entertwined–a 6-year-old Cameroon refugee boy flees from poachers who have killed his mother; a border guard struggles with his conscience when a colleague causes the death of a refugee; an animal rights advocate struggles with his temper and his druggie daughter.
Though some grow weary of films dealing with the concentration camps of the Holocaust, I believe we should welcome each as one more piece of evidence of the toxic end result of anti-Semitism. And in the case of Spanish director Mar Targarona’s film, for the additional information about a particular group of her countrymen who …
A Spanish film director, just before the showing of one of his classic films, confronts his past as his mother is dying & he reconnects with those once important to him.
A troubled Spanish film director reconciles with an actor & reflects on his deceased mother as he deals with health so he can return to film making.
It’s much longer than the original, but the new Ferdinand is worth it. Click the image to read my entire review.
It’s a stand-up-and-cheer movie. Click the image to read my entire review.
Simon Bolivar’s story, called The Liberator because he led the revolution against Spain in South America, is told from days as an uninvolved planter & slave owner to those of a leader believing in equality & freedom.