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Dark Horse is a movie starring Jan Vokes, Howard Davies, and Brian 'Daisy' Vokes. An inspirational true story of a group of friends from a working men's club who decide to take on the elite 'sport of kings' and breed themselves a...

Documentary, Drama
Louise Osmond
Brian 'Daisy' Vokes, Jan Vokes, Angela Davies, Howard Davies

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Drama
Director Louise Osmond
Writer Louise Osmond
Stars Brian 'Daisy' Vokes, Jan Vokes, Angela Davies, Howard Davies
Country UK
Also Known As Caballo ganador
Runtime 1 h 25 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An inspirational true story of a group of friends from a working men's club who decide to take on the elite 'sport of kings' and breed themselves a racehorse

Top reviews

Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 10:30

I'll admit, the first few minutes of the movie grabbed me. I liked how the movie started off with the flashbacks and the narration of the story, and the introduction to the world of the children. I didn't realize that the boys were autistic until the very end, and that was a very cool scene, and also the fact that all the boys in the movie were taken away from their families as infants and that their entire lives were watched over and approved by the boys. I was completely drawn into the movie, and it was very moving and made me feel so many emotions. I never thought that a movie would make me feel so much for a family, and when I found out that they lost their son, I wanted to be there for them. I am now a parent of three boys and all of them are autistic. We just lost our second son to a similar situation. And now we are trying to get into college, and I'm going to have to go through this whole process alone, so all of this happened to me. The movie did a good job of showing what that was like, and it didn't just show one particular family. Every family has it's own story to tell. But I think the message that the movie is sending to all of us is that it's important to have each other in your life. It's important to have a support system in your life and I think that the movie gave us a few people to relate to in that world. Even if you didn't know, you felt for them and you felt sorry for them. Even if you didn't know the family, you felt their pain, and it was great. It showed me that having a supportive family doesn't just go to one set, it goes to all of them. I think the message in this movie is very important, and I would recommend it to anyone. It really shows that just because you have a different disorder, doesn't mean that the family doesn't have to be there to support you or to love you, and to protect you from yourself. I think that the movie is very honest and it really shows the struggles that are going on in today's society and the challenges that we face. I think that is one of the things that makes the movie really important, is that it shows that the family has to support the family.
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 03:17

I've read a few reviews here about how this documentary is too slow and has too many slow scenes, well, if you look at it on a visual level, it is slow. The camerawork is quite long, the interviewees are very intelligent people (of course, most of them were not people interviewed by the filmmakers), but it takes too long to get the basic story of a group of 14 to 18 year-old women. This is not so much a documentary, it is more like a series of interviews that is interrupted by the newer, more advanced interviews. If you watch the interviews carefully, you will see this. And you will notice that there is a pretty easy way to skip from one to another without knowing that you have to know it, so long as you know the basic story of each interview. On the other hand, the style of the documentary is very interesting. It doesn't try to describe the group of girls, but it is rather descriptive of their behavior and how they think and behave. It is really interesting, and it makes you feel you are right there with them. It also allows you to see how intelligent they are and how they think, as they are interviewed by different experts, sometimes at the same time. This is the key for me. It lets you see how smart they are, and how they act. If you watch it the right way, you will enjoy it. I'm not sure if I have the intelligence to understand it myself, but I do like it and I do like it for its visual value, and for the commentary from other people. And the commentary is about how well they explain things and why it is important. If you like this style, or if you have a chance to check it out, you should.

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