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Beyond the Gates ( Shooting Dogs ) (2005) Movie Information

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Beyond the Gates ( Shooting Dogs ) (2005)
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Overall Rank:

2570

Avg. Rating:

2.96/4

# of Ratings:

12

Genres:

Drama, Historical

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

11/05/2005

Director:

Michael Caton-Jones

Actors:

John Hurt
Hugh Dancy
Dominique Horwitz
Louis Mahoney
Nicola Walker
Steve Toussaint

 

 

 

 

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A film that touches on political indifference and the total inadequacy of the UN focuses more on the human turmoil suffered in such an atrocity. Difficult to watch at times but utterly compelling, this is a movie, which holds no punches eliciting pure anger and outrage. Intense and gripping with a performance from John Hurt straight out of the top drawer, Shooting Dogs is an important and worthwhile film that is uncompromising, honest and deeply moving.

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12/24/2007 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Beyond the Gates

The second half of the film is excellent. The pivotal scene for me when this movie changed from merely okay to borderline great was when Joe admitted that the reason why he went to Africa was his sign of appreciation because, as a child, he had everything he needed and wanted. Working with that is one the reporter's confession that, to her, when she sees dead while females, she thinks one of them could have been her mother. But when she sees dead black females, she thinks they're "just dead Africans." That got to me so much because it was raw and honest. Upon watching moments like that, I had to give out a huge sigh because it's too much to absorb. Yes, this deals with issues that has been tackled by the great film "Hotel Rwanda." But I do have to say that this film's approach to the issu...

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