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Djinn (2008)

Not Rated | | Fantasy | 6 March 2008 (USA)
Based on ancient middle eastern fairy tales written thousands of years ago, and passed down from generation to generation. Imad's beautiful true love (Amina) is snatched in the middle of ... See full summary »
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Based on ancient middle eastern fairy tales written thousands of years ago, and passed down from generation to generation. Imad's beautiful true love (Amina) is snatched in the middle of the night right from her dream in which Imad shared with her, by an all mighty Djinn (evil Genie). Imad, only empowered by the pure energy of love and passion for her, finds himself having to cross 'the three valleys of the black desert', which are represented as the 'three vises of man' (Fear, Greed, and Lust) which come at him in different forms and are represented as both external and internal demons. Guided only by a fortuneteller and an angel, Imad must overcome these vises, in order to prove the purity of his soul and reach the 'Tree of Life'. No man has been able to achieve this, but he must, to save what matters most, his true love Amina from the supernatural Djinn. Written by SS

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A man travels through an impossible desert journey to save his true love.

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An Incomprehensible Piece of Offal
17 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If I could give a film zero stars, this would be the film. I watched this film with two of my friends, and not to sound arrogant, but we are not stupid people and we could not make sense of this. I understand the basic premise, but mostly from reading the back of the DVD box (where they misspelled the lead females name). There is a special feature on the film called 7 minutes of Film School, I am guessing this feature is an homage to the amount of time the director actually attended film school. Everything about this film reeked of pretentia, which is a word I had to make up to describe this film. There is no word in the English language, or any other language, that could describe what a piece of garbage this film actually is. We pride ourselves on our ability to enjoy films of a less than stellar nature. However, this film was not so bad that it was good (see also: Doomsday (2008)), it was so bad it reduced me to the level of a gibbering idiot.

Last week, I watched The Musketeer (2001); and as I watched that waste of celluloid, I thought to myself "Self, surely there could not be a bigger waster of time, money, and natural resources.", but this film proved me wrong.

To sum it up, if you enjoyed this film, you are probably on a substance that is currently either prohibited outright or strictly controlled by the government.


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