One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.
Set in Vietnam in April 1968 - three months after the tide-turning Tet Offensive and one month after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. - Point Man is the story of a U.S. Army fire... See full summary »
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Jimmy Ace Lewis,
This is a 100% drama movie, there are absolutely no comedy and no action. its a story of heartbroken life driven by the magnificent acting by susan sarandon and the rest of the cast making viper club worth to see.
its a dramatic film about a mothers loss, having a son that has been captured by the ISIS in syria somewhere, and about her actions made to try to set him free, through official channels,that are not so helpful, then through unauthorized organisations,to try to make contact with the captors and to try to pay him out , which officially comes in conflict with u.s antiterror laws,that ssay that if you trry to bail out someone held by a terrorist organisation,you can face legal actions and be found guilty for supporting the organisation financially , aka supporting terrorism. god forbid that happening to my children, its a terrible nightmare for sure.
mrs sarandon do really stretch her talents to the limits in this drama, the longing, the dispair, the desillusions, the fatigue,and most of all the helplessness are so exclusively done.. if you wanna have a taste of true hardships of life do watch this movie. highly recommended.
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