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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...

Genres
Drama
Director
Brian Perkins
Starring
Ko Yin Saw Ri, Shine Htet Zaw, Ko Yin Maung Sein, Ko Yin Than Maung

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Brian Perkins
Writer Brian Perkins
Stars Ko Yin Saw Ri, Shine Htet Zaw, Ko Yin Maung Sein, Ko Yin Than Maung
Country Myanmar, USA
Also Known As Le Royaume
Runtime 1 h 44 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 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.

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Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 09:34

There's a certain "whodunnit" feel to this film, a sense that we should suspect it's a retelling of a true story. In the old days, you could write a screenplay without actually telling a story. You had actors acting out the lines of a play or movie, which usually worked fine. Then Hollywood began to recognize how much time it took to produce a finished film. So they had to resort to re-shoots, special effects, editing and a lot of other things to make a film look "perfect." This film seems to play on that same thought process. If you believe the book, you may be able to relate to the writer's desire to tell his story in the most authentic way possible. If you believe the movie, you may find yourself saying, "Maybe that's what I'm supposed to think." What makes it all so difficult to like? The strong central character is Mark Duplass. You can see him acting out the lines of this play or movie all the time, but the performances are so good you can't help but feel sorry for him. What kind of an actor is this? Michael Shannon, even though he's a good actor, is just too wooden and unnatural for me to take him seriously. There's something about him that just doesn't gel with his physicality. We like actors with physical charm, but we don't like them when they are so easily manipulated. We love that honesty and it comes from performances like this. Every line he utters is true to the words, but he doesn't have the mannerisms to deliver them convincingly. That means we are missing something, something we can't quite place. The film is directed by Mark and Charlie Kaufman. The film has a dreamlike quality to it, and I couldn't help but feel that we are watching a true story. But it's very difficult to believe that there would be such an effect on Mark. His entire demeanor seems to be the product of someone who doesn't trust his own thoughts and emotions. We do believe what he says, but he's never expressed that belief. Maybe that's why he comes across as a very soft-spoken, one-dimensional character, a guy who could be anywhere. Maybe it's the way he plays himself, but I have to wonder. I think it's because we have so little of the real Mark Duplass. We only have glimpses. He might have been the "bad guy" in this film, but he was never the villain. He was never an abusive husband, a drug-addicted addict or a philandering philanderer. He was always a decent, honest man. Mark has to work for everything he's got, and the only way he gets it is because he says it. If you think of him as a character who doesn't know his own mind, I have to wonder what you're thinking when you're watching the film. There are a lot of people in the audience who will have to work on their own perceptions of what the movie is trying to say. I'm no fan of Michael Shannon, but I'm not a fan of him either. The only reason I was interested in watching this film was because he's in it. But I can't help but feel sorry for the actor who got cast in this role. He should never have been cast in a role like this. It would have been so much better for him to just stick to his great performances and leave the drama to the actors who knew the craft and could deliver it. Here, Shannon plays Mark Duplass, a kid who grows up on a farm and works at a local fast food restaurant. He's pretty good at what he does, and the relationship he has with his father is a touchstone of the movie. But I don't buy into that. He's just a kid with a broken home. He's not angry or driven by some strange obsession with his father. He's just a kid who's happy with his dad and thinks that he's a jerk. He's so in touch with himself, it's laughable. It's almost as if he's just not real, that his
Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 11:22

The movie "All About My Mother" which was written and directed by Gaby Hoffmann, is a bit of a twist on the love triangle between Annie (Haley Joel Osment) and Lloyd (Charlotte Rampling) and their young daughter Sophie (Sophie Jagger). The movie is a drama with a sci-fi element, but still manages to hold your attention and is a nice change from the typical Hollywood films. All About My Mother is a bit of a surprise. The movie was very well received at Sundance. However, it is still a small film that has many twists and turns. The movie revolves around the new woman in the family, Sophie, and her relationship with her father and mother. You can't help but be taken back in time to the 1950s. The movie's themes include child abuse and social conformity, but it also highlights the consequences of the 1960s, the late 1970s and the 1990s. There are many moving scenes that will make you cry. The movie is about a young girl named Sophie (Sophie Jagger). Sophie has a happy family life, she is accepted and well respected by her family and friends. But, Sophie's father (Charles Durning) is a perfectionist and won't let her have any friends. Sophie and her mother (Charlotte Rampling) become very close friends, but not so close that Sophie will accept her father. Sophie's mother does everything in her power to keep her son a perfect child. When Sophie becomes pregnant, the entire family agrees to accept her baby, because her father won't let her have friends. There are many scenes where Sophie is crying and there is a lot of suspense that this movie is going to go wrong. It is a sweet and touching story that will make you smile. All About My Mother is very well written and directed. Haley Joel Osment's acting is excellent. The story is very well written. The movie is a great drama that is good for all ages. Gaby Hoffmann's film is a good movie to see in theaters.
Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 04:03

Director Oren Moverman ("Another World," "Imaginary Friend") employs the same method as "The Shawshank Redemption" (a.k.a. "Shawshank Redemption") in employing a narrative form that makes the audience feel that they are on the inside of the story. Not a single word of dialogue occurs throughout the movie, but rather, the characters speak as if they are listening to someone on the phone. When a character speaks, you have to pay attention. The plot is divided in two sections, one that involves the prison and the other that concerns the prisoners. Once you get the hang of this, the movie becomes fascinating, especially because of the performances. Richard Dreyfuss plays his role like a 3-minute piece of music, as if the music and music video are his only focus in the film. Stephen Collins, Richard Harris, and Bokeem Woodbine are fantastic. However, the movie loses steam once Dreyfuss and Harris are added to the cast. The first two actors contribute the most to the story, but the third actor is rather forgettable. Even the final fight scene is anticlimactic. It is quite surprising that the director does not seem to be interested in showing the true love of the prison. As long as Dreyfuss and Harris are in the cast, the movie will be a success. However, when Dreyfuss is not in the cast, the film loses steam. The story is not only told visually, but is also told verbally. The actors try their best to convey the true emotion and emotionless moments that each character feels. This does not always work, but it works here. The story is very interesting, especially for people who do not know the actual story. I found myself wanting to know the real story behind "The Shawshank Redemption." You would have to have an extremely high IQ to not find out what the characters were thinking and why. The fact that you cannot see the true story is also what makes the film interesting. When a movie has a story that is not told to you, but is shown to you, the viewer can only think of the story. "The Shawshank Redemption" is a great story. I highly recommend it.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 20:32

At the end of the day, I can't help but be reminded of that video that I saw about a month ago on Netflix. I'm sure I'll be seeing it again. That video's rating was around a 4. The plot, however, I think was just about perfect. As a fan of acting and screenwriting, it was easy for me to get involved with the characters, their struggles, and their moral choices. This was a lesson in film. I wish that the audience could really get involved with the story and watch it unfold as it did in the movie. However, that's probably because I'm familiar with the plot and thought of all of the logical questions that could have been asked. I think the director wanted to show us how much power an actor has. The other thing that I didn't like was how the characters weren't well defined. I'm not sure if this is because the characters were ambiguous or just not well written. I think the actors were just good enough and the characters were not the ones that drew me in the most. The voice of Ira was very good, and I thought that the acting of Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, was very good. I thought that this was the best performance of his that I've seen. The cinematography was very good, and the movie was definitely worth seeing. It had great camera shots and was filled with great, well shot images. The story was very well written and showed the struggle of having to leave his hometown to pursue his career. The characters were great, and the moral decisions that they made were pretty close to what I would have done. I think that a lot of people should go see this movie. I definitely recommend it.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 06:55

Jaden Smith stars as the lead role and is the main star of the film. He is so good that I would have not been surprised if I was watching a movie with him. He is witty, and he can be quite charismatic, and he has a very powerful personality. He is probably the best looking lead, with his good looking, muscular body. He is intelligent, and has the cool personality to go with his intelligent personality. There are two characters that were the big stars of the film, but it was still a good movie. The other star was Aimee Teegarden. She is the second big star. I liked her performance in the film, as I think she is a very attractive girl. She also does well with her lines, which makes her pretty. I also liked Sam Elliott as the female lead. He was a bit annoying, but I thought he was good at acting. He did well. The other one, as the main star, was Colin Farrell. He is a very good actor, but I didn't like him as the lead. He was a bit annoying. The other actress was Ellen Page. She did fine, but I thought she was kind of annoying. She was fine. The other actor that I liked was Samuel L. Jackson. He was good as the main lead. He did a good job. He is good at acting, and was good as the main actor. He was good at leading the film. The film was pretty good. I think it was worth watching, and it is a good movie to watch. The film had some good points, and it had some bad points. It was worth watching, but it had some bad points. I gave it a 7/10. Overall, I would recommend this movie. It is a good movie to watch.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 03:05

The cultural emphasis on female fertility is an obvious backdrop to this very well-made and well-acted film. Although many European films, from films of the 1970s onward, have been filled with the same point, it is clear that the period in which this film was made is not without some subliminal, structural implications. The most obvious is the obvious connection of the Chinese community in the United States to those in the East Indies. The only evidence that these communities had a similar structure is in the shape of the distribution of property among the villagers, but these small cultural units are easily identifiable in the face of the millions of individuals. Another is the idea that the Chinese population in the United States is very much like the Chinese population in the Chinese provinces. There is a lot of proof in the past that both of these are very much like the opposite of the same. But what is also clear is that there are huge numbers of these extremely small cultural units in the United States, and the way they are distributed, the institutions that are erected to support them, the culture that is imported and distorted into an American society, and, most importantly, the information that is exported is strikingly similar. The Chinese community is, and has been for decades, the dominant, very dominant cultural force in the United States. The Japanese have been like this for decades, and there is a long and proud tradition of their presence. This film, like all good films, raises questions about the role of the media in these processes. Certainly this is a great film to show to students of American history, but it is also a great film to be watched by those who have never heard of these communities and are only beginning to learn about them. It is great to see people of this culture being recognized as Americans, as Americans are being recognized as the Chinese. And it is great to see that this film is being praised by the media, but that it is not being widely known by those who should be hearing it.


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