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(169) 8.5 81 min 2015

The Uncondemned is a movie starring Pierre-Richard Prosper, Sara Darehshori, and Thierry Cruvellier. In 1997, a group of lawyers and activists prosecuted rape as a crime against humanity. This is the story of their fight for the...

Starring
Sara Darehshori, Pierre-Richard Prosper, Mukasarasi Godelieve, Thierry Cruvellier
Genres
Documentary
Director
Nick Louvel, Michele Mitchell

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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 Documentary
Director Nick Louvel, Michele Mitchell
Writer Michele Mitchell
Stars Sara Darehshori, Pierre-Richard Prosper, Mukasarasi Godelieve, Thierry Cruvellier
Country Rwanda, Netherlands, Congo, USA
Runtime 1H 21M
Description In 1997, a group of lawyers and activists prosecuted rape as a crime against humanity. This is the story of their fight for the first conviction.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 12:47

The story of this film is told from the point of view of the killer. The film's primary purpose is to portray the role that a killer can play in society. There are many ways in which this can be accomplished and many different ways in which the killer is portrayed. The documentary takes a look at the lives of a couple who, while committed to their respective children, are in love with their neighbor who has been involved in a crime. The neighbor, who was in jail for the murder of a teenager, begins to turn his life around, with the help of his girlfriend, who is also a former prostitute. But, while they begin to be in love, he begins to betray his love for her, while he also begins to betray the lives of his neighbors. This documentary is extremely well made, with an excellent voice-over from the killer. The story, as told by the killer, is gripping and is compelling. The killer's voice-over is used in a very different way, with the footage of him sitting in the chair next to the camera. It is amazing how effective this voice-over is, as it makes the story even more compelling. The film also features interviews with several members of the community who live near the crime scene. They talk about what they have seen, what they have heard, what they have felt. There are many good stories in this film, and the way in which the interviews are done are very effective. The documentary is very well made, and is a very well made film, as well as being a very compelling story.
Sunday, 03 May 2020 08:55

To me, this film was nothing short of brilliant. For the first time in a long time, I saw an original story of a great book come to life in a beautiful way. I watched it on the big screen with my husband and his wife, and it was fantastic. I've been looking forward to it since I first heard about it. The story was about two men who are out for revenge, and they use the talents of a love-struck woman (Mariah Carey), the dashing, handsome professional, and the beautiful but seductive bounty hunter (Jack Palance). The story of The Uncondemned is one of the greatest love stories ever told, and it's well-done. The cinematography is beautiful, and the story itself is a joy to watch. I'm not sure if the whole film is meant to be interpreted as a love story, but I think it works quite well. The acting in the film is very good, especially by Jack Palance and Mariah Carey. Palance is at his best here, and Carey is just as good. Jack Palance is not the best actor in the world, but he is a very capable actor and he's great in this film. In the last scene, I think he did a phenomenal job at portraying the remorseful man who is torn between two women. The fact that the movie is rated R in my country, despite its beautiful cinematography, is a little puzzling to me. I know that most people who watch this film like the R rating, but I personally think that the R rating is a little bit harsh. The Uncondemned has a very young audience, and I think that the film could be a little bit longer. In my opinion, this is a beautiful film, and I will definitely be looking forward to the sequel.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 03:15

I was really looking forward to watching this documentary, which has been in the pipeline for a while. The film is about the life and death of the late Ray Charles, and has been out of the theater for a few months. I found this film fascinating, and, though I've seen it before, this one is much more powerful and exciting. It is one of the best documentaries I've seen, and I'm looking forward to seeing more of these stories in the future. I especially enjoyed seeing how this story was able to generate so much interest in the film industry, as well as the music industry. I really enjoyed seeing that Ray Charles was able to find some of his musical heroes in the film industry, and how his career was able to grow and flourish. I've seen a lot of documentaries, and this one was by far one of the best ones. The reason I gave it an 8 is because the film does contain some of the typical documentary cliches, which are, unfortunately, a part of the film. For example, there are many clips that show Ray Charles's extreme devotion to his music, and his obsessive-compulsive tendencies. These clips are shown in such a way that they become annoying. They are not necessary in the story, and, on the other hand, they do give a strong sense of the celebrity status that Ray Charles has. It's really hard to relate to a person who can't enjoy his music. I think the film's biggest weakness is its length. It is far too long. The film should have been shorter. It just does not get the attention it deserves. I think the film is worth seeing, but, again, it does contain some of the typical documentary cliches. It is one of those films that you don't need to see for the story, but, instead, you just need to see the documentary clips. Overall, I think this film is worth seeing, but it is not one I would pay to see. I give it a 7/10.


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