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The Water Diviner
IMDB Rating : 7.9
IMDB Votes : 10,728
User Reviews : 62
Date Released : 26 December 2014
Run Time : 111 min
Movie Genre : Drama, War
Movie Director : Russell Crowe
Movie Writer : Andrew Knight, Andrew Anastasios
Movie Stars : Jai Courtney, Olga Kurylenko, Russell Crowe, Isabel Lucas
The Water Diviner After the Battle of Gallipoli, in 1919, an Australian farmer, Connor (Russell Crowe), travels to Turkey to find his 3 missing sons. While staying at a hotel in Istanbul, he meets Ayshe (Olga Kurylenko), the hotel manager. And tries to find a way to Gallipoli.
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New Release from FEAR of GOD Films
The new film from Russell Crowe's new production company "FEAR of GOD Films" is remarkable. Truly the BEST film Russell has ever made.
In The Water Diviner the characters were real, with a depth of emotion and feeling not seen in many films today. The choice of actors was spot on and I could not find fault with any of their acting, from the young boy to the love interest. The parts of the Turkish sergeant and commander were played by men who gave their all and it showed.
The roles played by the English and Australian officers was also commendable and their portrayed anxiety for the man wanting to visit Gallipoli, was done with a true sense of feeling and concern, even though this concern was misguided in this case.
The locations for Gallipoli (near Pt. Lincoln)and other areas (Burra) were well chosen and apart from some scenes, were filmed at the South Australian Film Corporation on Greenhill Road, Adelaide, South Australia.
The story is wonderful and who ever wrote the script is to be commended.
If Russell and others in the cast are not recommended for the Academy and other Awards I will be most surprised. The film should be nominated for best film 2014 and best director. Many of the cast should be nominated for Awards in each of the relative roles.
A Great film, a very commendable film, Russell's best and to date Greatest film. My belief is, that "The Water Diviner" is in the category of being one of the very best films made since WW2.
A great film, made and directed by an Aussie too! The love interest between the farmer and the girl was tender and Russell's treatment of this was brilliant, whereby even a look between a man and a woman conveys all that is needed.
4.5 stars out of 5