road movie


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road movie

n
(Film) a genre of film in which the chief character is on the run or travelling in search of, or to escape from, himself or herself
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Roadmovie
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Directed with a light touch by Roger Donaldson, this gently paced road movie is a quirky slice of life with a rich vein of earthy humour.
Titled Kaaviyyan in Tamil and Vaadu Osthadu in Telugu, it is touted as a road movie.
It's an intergalactic buddy road movie with Banner and Thor," Ruffalo told (http://ew.
Contract notice: Supply And Transport Traffic Management And Signaling Of Road Movie - 2 Lots
And that's just in the first five minutes of this scorchingly apocalyptic Australian road movie.
15 AFTER getting everyone's attention five years ago with Aussie crime thriller Animal Kingdom, Ben Mendelsohn finally gets another role worthy of his talents in a bittersweet road movie.
Shank's Mare uses video projection and live music as well as puppetry to create an exploration of life, death and the power of tradition as it follows two characters--one a criminal who dies and goes to hell, the other a medieval astronomer--on their own separate guests in what Lee calls "a kind of puppet road movie.
15PM PREMIERE Arguably the funniest woman on the planet, Bridesmaids' Melissa McCarthy, finally lands a starring role in this road movie with Susan Sarandon.
According to Greg Dolgopolov, it is also a quintessential road movie, with a protagonist who learns about life and love during the journey, as well as a shrewd cinematic text that critiques Australian mateship and emotional reservedness.
Neil Archer hizo lo mismo sobre los road movie franceses en 2012.
Summary: "Before Snowfall", or more commonly known as "FA'r snA'en faller", is a road movie that embarks on an intriguing tale of love, adventure, and self discoverment, revolving around the protagonist Siyar (played by talented actor Abdullah Taher).
Una confusion categorial bastante difundida afirma que el road movie es ante todo norteamericano pues empezo con Bonnie y Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1967) y con Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper, 1969) bajo la influencia de En el camino (1957), de Jack Kerouac.