Time For Drunken Horses

Time For Drunken Horses
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benedict

This is a unforgettable film about the brutal and perilous existence an impoverished Kurdish family must endure to stay alive while in the most dangerous and inhospitable environment. This film depicts the deep and loving bonds between family members that cements their relationships ...Read more

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Geoffrey

A great and thoughtful film. Without, if memory serves, a single horse in it. Burros and donkeys (getting drunk).

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Albert

.Beautiful movie. So touching

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THERESE

Haunting, hugely compelling film of impoverished Kurdish sibling orphans struggling to care for one another. Non-professional actors are superb. Some may find it slow and relentless, but I liked that it captured daily life with great naturalism.

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Uwe

Very touching...

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Karim

Incredible film.

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