Release Date: Jan 1, 2009 Limited
Average Rating: 3.2/5
User Ratings: 1,594
A man bearing the unseen scars of war struggles to recover amidst a family in chaos in this drama from writer and director Danis Tanovic. Mark Walsh (Colin Farrell) is a photojournalist who has earned a reputation for working in some of the most unforgiving locations on Earth, so when his editor Amy (Juliet Stevenson) asks him to cover the fighting in Kurdistan, Mark takes the assignment and thinks little of it, though his wife Elena (Paz Vega) is considerably more concerned. Mark and his friend
Jan 1, 2009 Limited
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It's a film to admire from afar, taking on the challenge of depicting war zone trauma, but it rarely connects in any sort of profound manner.
It's the 88-year-old Christopher Lee's juiciest role in ages, and watching him play off with Farrell is easily worth enduring the shortcomings in 'Triage.'
Audience Reviews for Triage
- Joaquin Morales: What do you feel when you see all these bodies laying around everywhere? Sorrow? Fear? Relief, that you are not amongst them? That you have survived?
- Mark Walsh: F**k you.
- Joaquin Morales: So what was I to do? Was I to leave these killers as they were? So they could go on killing? No. I could not agree to that. So I purified them and brought them back to life... and humanity.
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