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This is my first Uwe Boll film. I have only ever heard of his movies, which mostly flop and are derided by critics and audiences. Recently, I heard about this movie, and I saw familiar faces in the cast. I wondered if this might be the movie that convinces audiences that Boll has ability to create a nice movie. I watched the trailer and researched production notification behind the project, and all of it seemed to mission towards a nice movie in the making. Boll appeared a calm, reflecting instructor in front of the camera. He spoke about the problems of Darfur and expressed hope that the UN and NATO would finally receive involved somehow. All this added to my eagerness to see the film for myself.I finally got the possibility today. One night in my city, unique screening in the cinema, with the assistance of STAND Canada. All the profits this film makes on this tour will support fund STAND Canada and its attempts to raise awareness of Darfur's genocide.Let me just say, the movie is shocking. The movie is ghastly in its realism, and many a time came where my hand flew up in horror and I struggled to continue watching the film. Boll does not tone down anything for the audiences, and gives us a vicious movie that is easy in showing us what happens in Sudan.In the midst of this are six Western journalists, being led by a tiny group of military troops from UA. They take the journalists to a tiny village where they see for themselves what is event here in this region of the world. Darfuri speak to them in hushed voices, restraining tears or speaking with quiet resentment towards these folks who promise to present the globe what is happening.Much of the dialogue was improvised, and most of the folks testing the villagers are themselves survivors of Darfur. The knowledge of this lends an eerie sense of realism to the film, and it is fascinating to see how the American and British actors prepared and developed their characters in the film.Most prominent are Malin (Kristanna Loken) and Freddie (David O'Hara). Malin is moved by the plight of the folks as she asks them questions with poor answers. Freddie observes the village and the attitude with some tip of disgust at this unlimited cycle of violence, where both blacks and Arabs are guilty of killing every other. As a journalist, he is relentless, bombarding the captain who is supervising them with questions on why nothing is being done, though he is himself reluctant to place himself on the line for the people. This leads to a revelation in his hero that leads to perhaps the strongest performance of the journalists. O'Hara's gravelly voice and his grim face dominate the stage where he is present, and his hero develops well as he is exposed to this world.Also show are Billy Zane, Matt Frewer, Edward Furlong, and Noah Danby. They all give their characters specific quirks and opinions on the subject of Darfur. Zane is emotionally moved by the answers he gets from the villagers. Furlong's hero remains aloof and tries to escape the horror of it all emotionally. Danby stares at all around him with a determination to say this storyline to the world, while Frewer's hero is most concerned with the security of his camera and taking pictures for his daughter.What happens next is evident in the synopsis; a group of Janjaweed arrive with an intent to massacre the village. The journalists gotta decide whether they stay and attempt to protect the villagers with their status as foreigners, or flee to say the globe of what is going on. In two of the strongest performances in the movie, we are given the Captain (Hakeem Kae-Kazim) who is ultimately responsible for the security of the journalists, and the leader of the Janjaweed band (Sammy Sheik) who has no need for subtlety when dealing with those who oppose him.The movie is brutal, violent, and graphic. The problems it tries to present are true and the movie is very effective in giving us this stage of terror and carnage. It is certainly not for all to see; do not come in expecting to feel fine walking out.Uwe Boll gives us a mighty movie about the trouble of Darfur, and relating to his previous filmography, I don't care if he made ten times as many flops as he has. All that is forgotten while watching this film, at least for me.
It is interesting to see how some folks give this movie a rating of 1 or less than 5 points, much of them, I am sure, without even seeing it. I guess it has to do with the fact that is a film by Uwe Boll, and yet they can't overcome this scene of hating everything the guy does, even if it is a serious matter like this. Even if someone does not like the film (which is perfectly valid) rating could not be less than 5. Just because daring to present something so painful, this film has a value in itself. But is not my case. I really loved this film and could I say: If you are human, watch it. It is very hard to watch, that is true, is also disturbing and shocking. But that is precisely what this movie aims. We, as the six journalists in this story, become witnesses to the slaughter. This is not a thriller or an action movie. Do not pretend to search suspense in this film. It is a Docudrama. A very effective one. Many talk about what is event in Darfur, but no one shows us what now happens in a method that really affect us and create us move.The main cast is composed of well-known actors, but the others are all survivors, victims of genocide, who wanted to be part of this project. Then, we can see how they interact with every other. We can see Kristanna Loken speaking in Arabic or David O'Hara listening to a victim who speaks English with difficulty. Other interesting aspect of the movie is that there is no script, just 30 pages of guidance. The actors had to improvise their lines. This movie does not focus on the origins of the conflict in which every side can give their own version. Does not delve into political problems or tell who is right. Only presents the conflict and shows its consequences: folks dead. Girls raped and murdered children. I heard that there is also a debate about what is the current number of victims and every group deliever its own numbers. But this movie does't mess with that either. Simply says us that there is a conflict, that has killed innocent folks as a result. I have read reviews of some of the true victims who participated in the film, satisfied to be able to say their storyline and read comments from folks who watched the movie and confirmed that what it shows is exactly what they lived. It is not a matter of numbers. 6 journalists will document the case in Darfur and suddenly, they become witnesses to the attack by a group of Janjaweed to the village where they did their interviews. Then, gotta decide whether to leave or stay and test to help. It's OK to receive angry, feel indignation, close your eyes with some scenes. That's what happened to me. I even began to mourn before the true drama begins, only to see the faces and eyes of these people. This is a movie very well done. It highlights David O'Hara, Kristanna Loken and Sammy Sheik and this does't mean that others do not fulfill their function. They do it perfectly. Hopefully more folks can see this and feel affected. Personally, I congratulate the folks who dared to say this story, despite what these things generate and commend the victims who have the courage to share their own experiences hoping that, some time, things change.Finally, if it will still appear the inquisitors of Uwe Boll to rate this film with a 1, allow me say you something: Launch the doors of your houses, take a deep breath, go out to see what happens in the globe beyond video games, and grow up. It is time ...
I firstly have to tell - I have watched a several of Boll's movies - and have laughed with most about how he is an awful, laughable, fly-by-night director of cheesy adaptations of game-to-film movies.Within watching the first 30 mins of this movie - almost instantly and forever that preconception had truly passed.What Boll and others have achieved here is sheer honesty of the current, and sadly continuing, case in Sudan - regarding the Jangaweed's ongoing islamofascist genocide of the peoples of Sudan.This movie truly disturbed me in methods no another had, it at once shows the desperation of the indigenous folks and the inability for the AU or the UN to do anything to resolve the actual issues, something that could resonate in any sensible persons mind.This movie shows the paradox between the violence of faith and the ceaseless happiness, love and essence of survival of a tiny community.As others have said, this is not a movie for the faint of heart or low of mind, this is sheer honesty postulated vs your preconceptions and prejudices about these issues.There are NO "good guys" to save the day here. Though a several try. Only nice folks trying to forge some type of life from harsh, foreboding nature - violently persecuted by "bad guys" who have no feeling of remorse in what they do.I know that this is fiction, but the message it represents in its methodical method of presenting fiction as fact is truly honest, respectable and noble.And that is why I give this movie full marks.This movie may tag a time when we remove ourselves from pointless fantasy and self-interested "WOW" factors and test cinema as a reflection on our own evil behaviours.Uwe Boll actually has my ultimate respect as a movie maker. As have ALL the actors who worked - without script - in a case by case experiential method making this film.If you shed no tears, if you feel no pang of self-hatred as a human being whilst watching this film, I heartily recommend you remove yourself from the genepool.Because, you are truly not worthy of being named a human.
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