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(2704) 6.9 93 min 2017

I Am Not a Witch is a movie starring Maggie Mulubwa, Benfors 'Wee Do, and Boyd Banda. Following a banal incident in her local village, 8-year old girl Shula is accused of witchcraft. After a short trial she is found guilty, taken...

Kalundu Banda, Maggie Mulubwa, Boyd Banda, Benfors 'Wee Do
Rungano Nyoni

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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
Director Rungano Nyoni
Writer Rungano Nyoni
Stars Kalundu Banda, Maggie Mulubwa, Boyd Banda, Benfors 'Wee Do
Country Germany, France, UK, Zambia
Also Known As I Am Not A Witch, Nem vagyok boszorkány, 你才女巫,你全家都女巫, No soy una bruja, Nie jestem czarownicą, Eu Não Sou uma Bruxa
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Following a banal incident in her local village, 8-year old girl Shula is accused of witchcraft. After a short trial she is found guilty, taken into state custody and exiled to a witch camp. At the camp she takes part in an initiation ceremony where she is shown the rules surrounding her new life as a witch. Like the other residents, Shula is tied to a ribbon which is attached to a coil that perches on a large truck. She is told that should she ever cut the ribbon, she'll be cursed and transformed into a goat.

Top reviews

Monday, 22 Jun 2020 10:21

For those of you who don't know who Judy Davis is, she's one of the most famous witches in American history. She was burned at the stake and never came out of the woodwork, except for a few books that she wrote herself, such as the book, "Judy Davis is a Witch." Anyway, here we have a movie that was based on a true story. The first half of the movie is a pretty straightforward story of a guy's struggle with his father, played by Chris Evans. But the real story is about Judy Davis. After being caught by the police, Judy was tortured, and after being in the same mental institution where she was tortured, she came out of it in a relatively healthy condition. One of the things that I liked about this movie was that it was pretty true to life. It wasn't so much a soap opera, it was more of a documentary. There were a lot of things that happened in the movie that were very real, and many of them were actually true. You don't see it like that in Hollywood movies. Judy Davis was very mentally unstable, and I think that's the kind of movie that should be made. I think that it was an extremely interesting movie, it gave me a lot of insight into what was going on in that woman's life. It was really sad to see how Judy Davis really had to live, and the kind of things that she went through. I think that it was a really good movie, I recommend it to everyone. It's not one of those movies that you go see for the entertainment value. It's not something you would go see if you wanted to see something that would make you feel good. I think that the way that it was filmed and the way that it was told was excellent. It's definitely worth seeing.
Friday, 22 May 2020 02:41

This is an excellent film. The cast is superb. The music is beautiful. The script is absolutely fantastic. The directing is top notch. The directing is absolutely brilliant. It is very difficult to find a film that is this well made, but this film is that. It is the story of a 14 year old girl (Astrid Lindgren) who has been abused by her parents. She is separated from her brother and has a few thousand dollars in her bank account, but has never had the money for food or shelter. She has been hanging out with a gang of other kids that have all gone through the same problems. Her father (a young Peter Stormare) and mother (Elizabeth Banks) are both on drugs. The mother keeps telling Astrid that she is going to be a professional photographer, but she doesn't have the money for a camera. The mother and father are never speaking to each other. When Astrid is 13, her father threatens to kill himself. It is at this point Astrid starts taking drugs. Her father shows up in a neighborhood where the drug dealers are moving in. He doesn't have any money, but his drug dealer friends take care of him. He is going to live on the streets. He tells Astrid that the drug dealers will pay him for the drugs he gets for her. She takes some drugs for him. She is desperate. When Astrid does not go to school, her mother tells her that she should go to a better school. They go to a public school. She is just in the first year. She takes a ride with a family of junkies. She has a drug problem. She has to go to a rehab. She has to keep on going. She starts having nightmares and her father is dead. Her mother doesn't have any money. She has to stay with a friend of a friend. She tells her mom she is not going to school. They don't know what to do. They don't have the money to buy a camera. They don't know where to go. They go to a house in the middle of nowhere. Astrid is then taken to a rehab center where she starts having visions. Her mother says she is going to take her to a school, but she isn't going to school. Astrid starts to have these visions of herself doing things. Astrid also meets a girl named Amanda who is a famous photographer and she helps Astrid with her photography. She is trying to get Astrid to go to school and she also has problems with drugs. Astrid
Sunday, 10 May 2020 19:40

I have been a fan of this film since the first time I saw it in my early teens. From the very beginning, I was captivated by the acting and the script. The story is about three sisters, born into different clans, and each one is destined to be a witch. When they are all left to fend for themselves, they have to decide if they will be the protector of their clan or the witch, who can decide who is witch and who isn't. That's it, really. Not much more, really. It is a simple story of what happens when young witches come of age. All of the characters are played by solid actors, but the most powerful characters are played by Margot Kidder and Sophie Okonedo, both of whom are amazing. They are strong and heartbreaking in equal measure. The youngest of the sisters, Melinda (Sophie Okonedo), is the most likable, and I was so drawn to her. She was the only one who had any real character in the film, and I could feel her sadness and frustration. She is the most human of the three. I wanted to hate her, but I couldn't. The other two sisters are played by Judy Greer and Christine van Heeswyck. Van Heeswyck's performance is the most human of the three, and she is the one who I really got to know. The younger sister, Naomi (Sophie Okonedo), is the most powerful of the trio. She is kind, loving, and heartbreaking. Her performance is so powerful because of the way she is written, not because of the acting. She is a very strong, human character. I have always felt that she could have been more, but she is so strong and strong-hearted that it's hard to find fault with her performance. The film is wonderfully filmed and edited. I don't know how else to describe it, really. It's beautiful. There are a lot of beautiful, emotional, realistic images in this film. It was beautifully shot and edited, and it had a beautiful feeling to it. I loved the cinematography. I have never felt the same way about a movie before. I was moved by the film in so many ways, and I was just overwhelmed by the beauty of it. It had a strong, powerful feeling to it, and that is a rare thing in film. The music is very powerful. It's used to great effect. It was used sparingly, but it was used. The score was very powerful. It was used in the most beautiful way. The story was

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