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By far my favorite movie I've seen so far this year, A Screaming Boy is an extremely captivating and thought provoking movie that doesn't have to test too difficult to receive its concepts across. I think it tells a lot without having to tell so much, and in that simplicity, the viewer can search a entire globe of complexities lying under the characters and their tale. I don't know why but this movie just really spoke to me on a lot of levels, as a employee, as a son, and as a man. I'm really glad to have decided to check it out as I had originally thought this movie would be unrealisable to me and possibly boring, but it's quite the opposite, It's a movie I'm going to be thinking about for quite some time and engaged me thoughtfully the whole method through.Meet Adam, he's is fifty-five years old and has spent thirty of those as the pool manager at the nearby hotel in an unknown village in the country of Chad. Adam is content with his life as it keeps him considerably satisfied and even allows for his son to have a job as his assistant. But all of that changes when the hotel changes hands to fresh owners, unfortunately they do not see the worth in this long time employee and former swimming champion. Complacency gets the greatest of Adam when he is informed he no longer the pool assistant, and instead manning the front gate of the hotel. This shift to a job he does not like is further impacted by jealousy as he watches his son take over the position he never wished to give up. What is more is that Adam's village is become a more hostile zone by the day, as warring rebels seem to draw closer to home. It is here that Adam makes a regretful choice with the leader of the resistance movement, leading to the heartbreak for himself and his family. Can Adam learn to agree his fate and create better the things he did to test and divert it, or will he be lost in the growing turmoil of fight and suffering that will leave him A Screaming Man? Wow, I did not expect this film to be this way. I now thought this movie would be slightly jarring given the title, but no true screaming or profuse anger exists here; the screaming is done within the mind. And what a mind to test and unravel, Adam is easy one of the years greatest characters and performances. It's certainly a quiet performance, but it tells so much without having to, I really enjoyed that about the character, he wasn't entrenched in some well told dramatic dialogue, instead it's felt and experienced along with the character. Youssouf Djaoro is ridiculously on mission with the role, capturing all the confliction and anger of Adam in a single glance, I really felt for and rallied behind this person from the start; easy the greatest performance I've seen this year, just so perfectly done. The storyline itself is surprising and the emotions presented within feel really honest. The movie also allows for brilliant moments of humour and introspection to go along with its more serious events, and the globe around Adam is smartly realized. The pacing of the movie is really solid, and the direction is flat out brilliant, the storyline wouldn't of worked without director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun eye for nuance and simplistic effectiveness. I found parts of the movie quite intense though there is tiny action in the film, the game of the movie is apt in that way, no one screams, but the strength of the storyline doesn't require them too, it is written all over their faces with brilliant ability. I only really take trouble with the ambiguous ending which left me confused at the movies final events, I suppose it's launch to interpretation this way, but I think it wasn't really necessary; perhaps the director felt without it the movie would seem cliché, but I found everything up to that mission brutally original and eye opening. Overall I just really loved the story, and a better movie should not be made from it, this is a very close call with cinematic perfection in my eyes and one that will most likely to remain at the top of my list come years end, quite satisfied to have been afforded the occasion to travel the dusty streets and narrow alleys with this character. If I can track down a copy to buy, I most certainly will by it without hesitation.So I truly do suggest this movie as a nice example of effective filmmaking. I didn't know what I was going to receive with this one, but the effects we're overwhelming in a nice way. If you receive a possibility to see this film, do not pass it up, as far as dramatic movies go for the year, this is among the greatest you'll find. Unfortunate that it's joint sponsorship will create it ineligible for consideration in the AMPAS foreign movie category, perhaps a group such as the Hollywood foreign press (Golden Globes) who define the genre as foreign Language will present it some love. Either way, A Screaming Boy is an extremely well played meditation on what it is like to have your globe flipped upside down in a heartbeat, and how one makes amends with the unpredictability of life. Highly Recommended.
I saw this on Movie 4, late. The premise is a tiny various and my privacy to watch each Globe Cinema offering that is aired for gratis had me quite keen for this French funded (& spoken) movie from Chad.It's not each day that the star hero is a 60 year old former national swimming champion, who's actually more than satisfied - and resolutely proud - of his job as pool attendant at a posh, luxury hotel. But, as civil fight slowly envelopes both the country and the film, it is Adam's (aka "The Champ") son, Abdel, who is causing turmoil for his father.As it's noticed by the foreign hotel owner/managers that Adam is taking things more leisurely these days and he gets shuffled over to gate duty, dolled up in a starched uniform, his son gets his old job. This naturally causes ripples and resentment that go beyond the Hotel.This beautifully shot film from director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun is more observational than it is about making statements and stuffing opinion down on us. The storyline and the characters unfold naturally; we can take it at the steady pace that it is set and play it as such. Or, you can really dig yourself deep within the various culture and attitudes to status, relationships, Imperialism and Fight and soak it all up. I hope to do the latter when I watch it again via the recording I made of it.However, it is the final 15, 20 mins that turn this drama into something much more profound and moving. I promise you, you will change your seated position, clear your throat and maybe inwardly murmur something to yourself as you sense a change of the overall stature is increased.I'm not telling that A Screaming Boy has to be seen by everybody or that it is the greatest Foreign language movie of that year. It's various enough to receive noticed, is topical without trying TOO difficult and we are rewarded with a final chapter that is undoubtedly emotionally very moving. That's not a terrible combination....
"A Screaming Man" ("Un homme qui crie") was a frustrating movie to watch. There was so much potential but the movie failed to exploit this throughout. And, while I would suggest you see it, it's the sort of movie that most people simply wouldn't sit through and SHOULD have been better.The film is set in Chad. It appears to be sometime around the show day, though this is uncertain--as civil fights have been going on in the country off and on for decades and WHICH one this is isn't explained. This isn't really a problem--just go with it. The storyline centers around an older boy nicknamed 'Champ', as he was a Central African swimming winner back in the 1960s. His job since has been to work as a pool attendant at a resort in his country. While to Westerners this might seem like a dull or unimportant job, it was everything to Champ--stability and a sense of importance. And when his boss began firing and rearranging things at the resort, Champ is panicked when they decide to have Champ's son take over the job alone (they'd both been working together) and transport Champ to the job of gate keeper. What Champ does to cope with this is fascinating and makes for an interesting twist, but unfortunately though MOST of the film, Champ just keeps silent and broods. There is almost no visible emotion at all--just brooding and silence. And, after a while, the movie gets VERY hard to continue watching because of this. However, if you've invested this much time in the film, hold watching--the ending, though very sad, does tie everything together well. My overall verdict is that with more energy and life, this should have been an amazingly nice film. Now, however, it's interesting to very patient people only--which is sad, as we never receive to see movies about Chad and its people.
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