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||IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 from 1,916 votes
||Release: 29 April 2010 (Germany) /
||Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller, War
||Director: Uwe Boll,
||Stars: Billy Zane, David O'Hara, Edward Furlong, Fatima Masapu, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Kristanna Loken, Maggie Benedict, Matt Frewer, Noah Danby, Olise Ikechukwu, Sammy Sheik, Tauriq Jenkins, Thando Sibeko, Tshegofatso Mashao, Yolanda Msimanga
||Synopsis: American journalists in Sudan are confronted with the dilemma of whether to return home to report on the atrocities they have seen, or to stay behind and help some of the victims they have encountered.
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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 film that convinces audiences that Boll
has ability to make a good movie. I watched the trailer and researched
production information behind the project, and all of it seemed to
point towards a great film in the making. Boll appeared a calm,
reflecting instructor in front of the camera. He spoke about the issues
of Darfur and expressed hope that the UN and NATO would finally get
involved somehow. All this added to my eagerness to see the movie for
I finally got the chance today. One night in my city, special screening
in the cinema, with the assistance of STAND Canada. All the profits
this movie makes on this tour will help fund STAND Canada and its
attempts to raise awareness of Darfur's genocide.
Let me just say, the film is shocking. The film 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 film that is simple
in showing us what happens in Sudan.
In the midst of this are six Western journalists, being led by a small
group of military units from UA. They take the journalists to a small
village where they see for themselves what is happening here in this
region of the world. Darfuri speak to them in hushed voices,
restraining tears or speaking with quiet resentment towards these
people who promise to show the world what is happening.
Much of the dialogue was improvised, and most of the people playing 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 people as she asks them questions
with terrible answers. Freddie observes the village and the attitude
with some hint of disgust at this endless cycle of violence, where both
blacks and Arabs are guilty of killing each 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 put himself on the line for the people. This leads to a revelation
in his character that leads to perhaps the strongest performance of the
journalists. O'Hara's gravelly voice and his grim face dominate the
scene where he is present, and his character develops well as he is
exposed to this world.
Also present are Billy Zane, Matt Frewer, Edward Furlong, and Noah
Danby. They all give their characters specific quirks and opinions on
the topic of Darfur. Zane is emotionally moved by the answers he gets
from the villagers. Furlong's character remains aloof and tries to
escape the horror of it all emotionally. Danby stares at all around him
with a determination to tell this story to the world, while Frewer's
character is most concerned with the safety 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 must
decide whether they stay and attempt to protect the villagers with
their status as foreigners, or flee to tell the world 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 safety
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 film is brutal, violent, and graphic. The issues it tries to show
are real and the film is very effective in giving us this scene 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 film about the issue 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.
Tags for Darfur Full Movie
, David O'Hara
, Edward Furlong
, Fatima Masapu
, Hakeem Kae-Kazim
, Kristanna Loken
, Maggie Benedict
, Matt Frewer
, Noah Danby
, Olise Ikechukwu
, Sammy Sheik
, Tauriq Jenkins
, Thando Sibeko
, Tshegofatso Mashao
, Yolanda Msimanga
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