A fresh touch of poetry
Being used to today's explosion-filled, fast-paced movies being churned
out on a weekly basis for the sake of selling tickets, Duma is what I'd
like to say a slap in the face for all of us who get excited over the
mediocrity that has brought out "The Interpreter," "Stealth," and what
else is playing now...? A movie that I would definitely recommend for
an entire family to watch together, there's nothing in here that would
make you want to cover your kids' eyes or ears up at anytime. Instead
you'd want for them, and for yourself, to sit up and pay attention to
this smooth, smart movie.
Don't wait for any explosions. There is a story being told in this
movie, and its being told with a fresh touch of poetry which I haven't
seen in a long time.
I gave this movie an 8/10 because of one reason: Although the movie is
set in Africa, its really hard to tell until halfway through the movie.
In fact, the place looked whiter than Little Rock, Arkansas! But it got
an 8/10 because of the story, the storytelling, and the smooth pace at
which the movie flows.
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