Ralph Breaks the Internet
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| Fresh (10)
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| DVD (1)
An unsettling look at Third World politics in the guise of a love story.
Extremely well acted, though the direction by Jacques Doillon is on the leisurely side.
There's little to enjoy in this unsettling tale, but Doillan's unblinking depiction of manipulation and desperation stays with you long after the characters make the deals that seal their unjust fates.
Masterful tale of frustrated desire.
What distinguishes Raja from every other movie to contemplate the treacherous intersection of passion, avarice and power is its unsettling emotional honesty.
Depicting both French and Moroccan culture with sympathy and wit, Raja uses the language barrier between the would-be lovers as an excuse to throw up a network of perpendicular commentary.
refreshing with its brutal and emotionally raw honesty
Subtle filmmaking and true-as-life acting make this an acute psychological drama with an engrossing sociological subtext.
Ambiguous and elusive, this film's soft-focus may strike a chord with those who do not look for clear spoon-fed answers.
Icky doings, with a miserably racist depiction of North Africans.
Raja is an engaging cross-cultural drama set in Morocco about a wealthy middle-aged Frenchman's yearning for a nineteen-year-old local girl who works in his garden.
This story of a dissolute Frenchman who uses his money to exploit desperately poor Moroccan girls is upsetting because it pretends to be about love.
An interesting story plot. Good movie.
It's not that this isn't a quality film it's just really slimey watching the older, more powerful, and uglier man trying to take advantage of that girl.
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