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(255) 6.3 104 min 2015

Golden Kingdom is a movie starring Shine Htet Zaw, Ko Yin Saw Ri, and Ko Yin Than Maung. Story of four young monks left alone in their remote monastery in Myanmar. Shot entirely in newly-opened Myanmar with non-actors, the film...

Ko Yin Maung Sein, Ko Yin Saw Ri, Shine Htet Zaw, Ko Yin Than Maung
Brian Perkins

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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 Brian Perkins
Writer Brian Perkins
Stars Ko Yin Maung Sein, Ko Yin Saw Ri, Shine Htet Zaw, Ko Yin Than Maung
Country USA, Myanmar
Also Known As Le Royaume
Runtime 1H 44M
Description With their monastery nestled in the jungle mountains of Myanmar, life cycles peacefully for four young Buddhist monks. One day the abbot (Sayadaw) learns he must depart on a journey through the mountain pass - a journey that may never see his return. Alone and exposed, the four young boys, led by the courageous Ko Yin Witazara, must now fend for themselves. Strange days filled with ghostly phenomena and jarring events shake the boys to the core, dramatically influencing their understanding of this world and beyond, as Witazara must choose whether to follow the master into the pass.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Apr 2020 09:45

Now, to all the other people saying how they didn't get it, remember the film the first time they saw it. You're supposed to be entertained by a film, not pay attention to how good it is, etc. Now, to the point, this movie is a roller-coaster of a ride. People that have not been in a coma for a decade will be woken up the first time they see this movie. Myself included, (although, my wife was asleep the first time she saw it). I think the film needs more dialog. It has this ability to keep you awake and thinking. I find that the characters are very distinct and that they are played to their highest standards. The score is great, and is complimented perfectly by the images, but it is just not enough to carry the film. This is not because it is too long or anything like that. It is just that the film doesn't have enough material to develop all the characters enough. The final showdown between King And Queen is a truly spectacular display of the virtuosity of the actors, and yet, the script leaves so much unexplained. The photography is not only breathtaking, but also the closest thing to the images you can get to make them truly "immersive". On the other hand, the story has so many important parts that are badly addressed, (e.g., the "frozen" girl), that I believe the ending is a bit of a letdown. But, I'm not giving that away. This is a great film, and it is a shame that it didn't achieve as much as it could have. If you are in the mood for a roller-coaster ride, this is the movie for you. I think it is one of the greatest films of the year, and I really hope that it will be nominated for the best picture award.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 03:36

I have never heard about this movie before, and I am glad to hear about it. "The Kingdom" (1971), as one of the reviews says, is "not only one of the best Vietnam War movies ever made, but also a very good movie in general." The truth is that the movie does not explain much about the Vietnamese people, but that does not bother me. My guess is that the creators were trying to get a deeper look into a country that was usually shown as a dangerous and criminal, but which in reality was innocent, devoted and peaceful. In fact, the movie also illustrates the extraordinary lengths some countries will go to protect their wealth. The Vietnamese people were not only used as a backdrop, but also had a very important role in the story. In fact, there were many Vietnamese scenes that I was not able to understand as I watched the movie. When I was younger I had read books by Martin Amis, and although I could not understand everything he wrote, he managed to tell a story of the Vietnam war in a way that would satisfy my curiosity. I was not able to understand the story of "The Kingdom" when I saw it on TV, but I have now had the opportunity to watch the movie again. The thing that makes "The Kingdom" more interesting than any other movie of its kind is that it has an effective story. It is not just a movie of war, but also of the art of war. In addition, it has a good balance between drama and comedy. If one can look beyond the fact that this is a Vietnam war movie and one can also look at the effort that went into making this movie, this movie is worth watching. To me it is the best Vietnam War movie.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 01:34

This film, while not the most original or creative, is a remarkable story of human failings and our ability to overcome them. I saw this movie a few weeks ago and as the credits rolled, I was shocked to discover that it was based on a true story of a small country in Mexico and the conditions it had to live under. The film is not perfect. I think the choice of actors and actresses could have been better; one scene had me tearing up. But the story itself, which is based on the life of a girl named Mariela, is captivating. The setting is an old mine where it is safe for women and children to work and not be harassed. But that doesn't mean that the women are safe. They are constantly under threat from a nearby gang. The gang members are very violent and intimidating to women. Mariela is no longer a child but a woman who has been forced to become a prostitute. The rest of the women in her family have no choice but to become prostitutes. That is a true story. The film ends in an open field where the widows of the men who were killed in the mine have gathered together to celebrate Mariela's birthday. The husband, who has remarried, has been silent for years. His wife is being followed by police and he has been forbidden from seeing her. So he has come alone to see her, as he watches the thousands of people who came to see the widows. He knows the wedding ceremony is tomorrow. And that, in turn, puts Mariela in a dilemma, because she is not able to attend the wedding and cannot speak for herself. This is an honest and unflinching film. It is very hard to watch and, as with any movie, it will leave you with a heavy heart. But the story is so moving and heartbreaking that I cannot give it less than eight stars.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 23:24

I am a veteran of the Vietnam War, but have never been at war in Vietnam. I was in Vietnam for 2 years, and I remember seeing this film several times, on a large screen in a local theater, in fact, it was the only movie that was ever shown at that theater. I was 18 years old, and it was my first real experience with war. It was a very grim and gritty film, that truly portrayed the horrors of war, in a very realistic way. While I didn't like the military training, that it showed, it showed the brutality of war. The actors who played soldiers and the director, made this film extremely realistic. This film shows the misery of war, the brutality and horror that war brings to people, and the power that these wars have on people. I don't want to compare this film to "Patton" or "Platoon" because those films are just history lessons, to see how horrible war can be. I can't say that this film is superior to those films, but it is an excellent film to see, that shows the horrors of war. It shows the violence of war, and the effect that war has on people, and the people around them. It also shows the power of war, that it has on people, and the power that war has on people. This film has a very good story, that is told very well. The story of the Vietnam War, is told very well. It shows the brutality of war, the beauty of war, and the beauty of life. This film shows how war is horrible, and it shows the brutality of war. This film is very realistic, and the realism of this film is what makes it so good, I give this film an 8/10.

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