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The Farewell is a movie starring Shuzhen Zhao, Awkwafina, and X Mayo. A Chinese family discovers their grandmother has only a short while left to live and decide to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather before she...

Comedy, Drama
Lulu Wang
X Mayo, Awkwafina, Shuzhen Zhao, Hong Lu

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Lulu Wang
Writer Lulu Wang
Stars X Mayo, Awkwafina, Shuzhen Zhao, Hong Lu
Country USA
Also Known As フェアウェル, Untitled Lulu Wang Project, Ha'Preida, Le mariage d'adieu, A búcsú, The Farewell - Una bugia buona, 别告诉她, Kłamstewko, Pożegnanie, Jäähyväiset, A Despedida, L'Adieu, Lời Từ Biệt, 別告訴她, Elveda
Runtime 1 h 40 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 A Chinese family discovers their grandmother has only a short while left to live and decide to keep her in the dark, scheduling a wedding to gather before she dies.

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Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 20:53

In the wake of the riots in London in the wake of the riots in America over the course of a few days in August 1968. Nicky D'Arcy (a very strong performance by David Thewlis) is a young man who has a job as a security guard in a railway station. Nicky's father (the great Alan Rickman) is an alcoholic who is seriously ill and unable to work. Nicky has to work to help pay for the rent. However Nicky is still a bit of a rascal and he wants to go to America. He decides to go after seeing the sights. The idea is to buy a house in New York City and get a loan. Nicky is going to New York with his father but his father refuses to let him go. When Nicky and his father get into a fist fight the father gets arrested. Nicky takes the blame for his father's arrest and he becomes a free man. Nicky's father is a journalist who is going to write an article about the riots. He is still recovering from a head injury he got in a brawl with Nicky's father. Nicky goes to New York and finds out that his father has already written the article and he can't get the loan he needs to get the house. When Nicky tries to get the loan he can't get it because his father will only lend him 1 million dollars. Nicky, now in New York is having a lot of trouble getting money to get the house he needs to start a new life. Nicky has to get help from his friends in the gay community to get the money he needs to get the house he needs. The ending of the film is the way it was meant to be and the story ends with a scene that was supposed to be humorous but ended up being rather serious. I enjoyed the film because it was very well written and I enjoyed the performances of the whole cast. David Thewlis is very strong in his performance. I thought that he was very good in this film and that his performance in the film was one of the strongest performances I have seen in a long time. Alan Rickman also did a good job in this film as did all of the other actors. I think that this is one of the best films of the year. It is funny, serious, touching and has some very good scenes. It is definitely worth seeing. I give this film an A.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 15:43

Now, this is not a movie for everyone, and I don't think that a lot of people would like it. That said, I think that people who are interested in seeing a real look at how TV got started (and how it all changed for the worse) should see this. It's a really nice documentary about the rise and fall of the medium. I think that what really made this film stand out for me was how honest and accurate the characters were. I think that the "real people" who were interviewed were just as much a part of the process as the actors. All of the interviews were carefully chosen and took into consideration as I think that was key. A lot of this was related to the time that the show was running in. If you look at some of the clips from the show, you'll notice that this wasn't a great show. Some of the actors did really bad jobs, and many of the ones who did do a good job, did it in a way that didn't really have a lot of tension. I think that if you look at the cast and the episodes, it really makes you wonder how much of the show was based on real life and how much was just based on the actors playing the characters. I think that a lot of people have a tendency to forget about what the actual production of the show was, and this documentary is probably a good way to get back into that and look at what the actual production was. I think that if you are interested in the production of the show, then you should see this. It will really give you a better look at the people who were involved. You'll see that there was no real sex, or nudity, or anything like that. It was just the actors playing the characters. I think that that was the real story here, and if that's what you're interested in, then I think that you'll like this.
Monday, 25 May 2020 12:47

This movie has been written by Richard Brody (who wrote the best part of the best hit play of all time "Carry On My Wayward Son"). He is a man who has lost all of his children and is bitter because of it. He lives a life of constant disappointment and resentment. His life has been spent with his wife Elaine (and sometimes his children) as she has done little for him. The story revolves around the way Brody's life has been altered by the loss of his children and their deaths. The way the characters are portrayed in this movie is a little similar to the movies of Charles Laughton and Jane Campion. The fact that this film is based on a play does not mean that the story is not in a sense "true." To me this film shows that people do not always have to live life the same way and can live out of both a purpose and a frustration. The characters are never defined in a rigid way. The audience can easily accept them as a whole and they have the freedom to express themselves however they choose. The acting is great. There is nothing as good as the one from the old "Big Ben" plays. The cast here is perfect. The only negative thing about this movie is the ending. There is a feeling that the film could have ended much better than the way it ended. It could have been much better, but it still felt like an ending. I was not sure whether the film would end this way or that way. It left a lot of open-ended questions, which makes it harder to put the pieces together. I think that it should have ended more with the story of Brody. It would have been nice to know more about his life, if he lived at all. In my opinion, the film would have been better without the "Big Ben" play and the ending. 8/10

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