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Sophie and the Rising Sun

Sophie and the Rising Sun is a movie starring Julianne Nicholson, Takashi Yamaguchi, and Margo Martindale. Autumn of 1941 in Salty Creek, a fishing village in South Carolina, two interracial lovers are swept up in the tides of...

Other Titles
Sophie i wschodzące słońce, Sophie si rasaritul, Sophie és a felkelő nap, Sophie ve Güneşin Doğusu
Running Time
1 hours 45 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Maggie Greenwald
Augusta Trobaugh, Maggie Greenwald
Margo Martindale, Julianne Nicholson, Diane Ladd, Takashi Yamaguchi
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Autumn of 1941 in Salty Creek, a fishing village in South Carolina, two interracial lovers are swept up in the tides of history.

Comments about drama «Sophie and the Rising Sun» (17)

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One of the best films of this season. The story is about two sisters, one German and one Russian, and their journey to reach their dream of a world with no borders. They are a somewhat broken family. They are not perfect but you can understand why they are in a rut. There are many things that you can say about the film and the story but the one thing that impressed me the most was that the director managed to make a really beautiful movie with the beautiful backdrop of a German village, a snowy mountain, the brilliant colors of the aurora borealis, and the stirring music by the composer Arvo Part. What I really liked about the movie is that it managed to cover all the dimensions of humanity in a single movie. You will understand the suffering of the mother, the hope for the girl, the sadness of the father, the joy of the girl, the joy of the boy, and the darkness of the man. You will see this from the perspective of the father, the mother, the mother's friend, the father's wife, the mother's friend and the mother herself. All of them, and more, are reflected in the movie. You will see the beauty of the village, the beauty of the sky, the beauty of the aurora borealis, the beauty of the mountains and the beauty of the story. It was a beautiful movie, and I think that this will be one of the best films of this season. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Johnny G.

This was a great film that follows the events of her life. Not only did it follow her, but it was a wonderful look at the culture she encountered throughout her short life. She had a father who was kind, a mother who was kind, and a brother who was kind. This film was incredibly interesting and told the story of a young girl who struggled with her love for her mother, and how she changed her ways in her short life. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the lives of young women in India.

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Stephen G.

I watched this film about 3 months ago and have enjoyed it to the extent that I could make out the story of the film within the first 20 minutes. The acting is good and the direction is very impressive, making the film feel less artificial. The story and direction are very natural and I like the way it is told. I have read a few reviews on IMDb where some people have complained that the direction is too slow and it drags on and on, and that the story is too weak and the ending is weak. I disagree with the latter, I believe that the direction is more like a slow motion documentary, and the story is very strong. It is definitely worth watching for it's strong story. However, I would like to say that the film could have been much more powerful if the story had been more developed. There is a little too much 'Wow' in the film, and it is more realistic to me that the story could have been better. I believe that this could have made the story more believable, and more realistic characters would have been introduced, but I think that the director and writer were just trying to tell a very strong story. I am only going to say that if you are a fan of Steve McQueen, you will enjoy this film. I think that the film is a little too different, but it is definitely worth a watch.

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Donald Webb

I haven't seen many movies, so when I first heard of this one, I didn't even know it was a movie. Then I saw the poster, I thought it was a crazy action movie, and I didn't even know it was a movie. I mean, how could it be that it was a comedy, but it was an action movie? It had a great cast, and the story was great, it was pretty unique and original. The whole thing was great, and I liked it, but it wasn't as good as I was expecting. In the first five minutes, I thought, "Oh, this is going to be so cool", and then it just got worse. When I saw the ending, I just didn't know if I was going to cry, laugh, or just pass out, and I couldn't stand to watch the movie any longer, so I watched it again. It was funny, it was sad, it was strange, and it was so weird. It was so good, and the reason why it was so good is because of the amazing acting. I think it was brilliant. It was so good, and I recommend it to anyone, just to see the acting, because it's just amazing.

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I felt a bit 'sick' the first time I watched this.I think I needed a lot of sleep that night. I was now getting a bit concerned, especially after the utter crap that was 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace'. But this movie is good. It is funny, but is not always gory. The acting is superb, with some genuinely great actors in the cast, including John Hurt, Mads Mikkelsen, and Christopher Lee. But I have to say that one of my favourite actors, in this film, is the incomparable David Bowie. He gives a touching performance as the poor father of a schoolboy. It is a pity that Bowie died before his time, but I hope he made a lot of money out of this film. He is one of my favourite actors and I wish he was still alive. My rating: 8/10

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Barbara Martin

This is a compelling drama about two female African American friends who get together to play a board game which is slowly awakening them from their long slumber. In the process, they encounter many things that seem a bit beyond their abilities. I was not expecting much from this film. I thought that it was a coming-of-age story, but it turned out to be much more than that. The film focuses on two young girls who are both very talented. One of them, Sophie, is very gifted. She does not show it through her actions, but through her words and her presentation. She shows it through her words, which are often very revealing. The other, Tanisha, is not as talented. Her words and actions tend to be rather less revealing. But, they are both very talented and quite devoted to their friends. They each bring something different to the table. Their friendship is a bonding that they have both had throughout their lives. As the movie progresses, we see them work through a few issues. Their friendship is very strong, and it is built on trust and love. We see both girls struggle with their past and how it is affecting them. The movie explores the themes of racism, poverty, and social acceptance. In the process, we see the nature of friendship, and we also see how difficult it is to be a good friend to someone who has not been successful in life. I highly recommend this film. It is a rare treat.

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After watching this film I was in the cinema queue for at least an hour. I was waiting for it to start. I was in a silent trance for the first hour. I could not get out of my trance. There was no dialogue, but I could hear the actors just as they were speaking. The performances were fantastic. Matt Damon was in his Oscar worthy form and was almost as good as he was in Collateral. Emma Thompson is simply stunning. The plot is quite simple. The film really doesn't get much deeper than that. I would have loved to have seen more character development. As it was, the whole plot of the film was only a bit more than a thread on a thread. I can only recommend this film to anyone who enjoys films with a great message of love and hope. The film is perfect for a rainy day with the family. See it with your whole family. This is the best movie I have seen this year. It is a must see for all.

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Ann Newman

I've read some reviews of this film and thought it was a good movie, that it was good for kids, but I really didn't think it was great for adults. For starters, I thought it was a little short for a film of this length. The movie is slightly over two hours long. There's also some elements that seem a little out of place, like the main character's one liner. I also thought it was a little out of place with the director's other works. But, overall, I really enjoyed this movie and thought it was well-made. The cinematography and editing are also quite impressive. I didn't really get a chance to compare this movie to others in the same genre, but this movie certainly ranks up there as one of the best of the year.

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Megan Bell

If you are looking for a movie about a female who returns to her home after moving away and going through a process of recovery, "The Return" is for you. I don't know if the movie has been set in the past, but it's probably as far as we can tell. All the problems that Annie has in her life are detailed here: loneliness, fear, abandonment, a father that is not there for her, drugs, alcohol, sexual abuse, and the strength to pull through and find her strength. I thought the script was very good. It gives you the sense that Annie has had a tough life and is trying to move on, which is very important. The movie is also a coming of age story about a young woman who moves away from her abusive father and tries to get back on her feet. It is told in a way that is believable, but it is also realistic. This is one of those movies that you can watch over and over again. It's not a typical coming of age movie, but it is an uplifting one that will make you happy.

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The movie Sophie is the most erotic movie I have ever seen. It takes a good length to start and some scenes are boring, but once the scene takes a turn to a sexual way the movie is born. It starts with a great scene where the actress is showing the movie to her boyfriend and the guy who is into girls, and he is actually feeling something and starts to feel his own erection. I love the scene where she is with the guy and she is rubbing herself on his thigh and rubbing his feet. It's just so good. The movie is not so much erotic as it is a picture of a relationship. We see that Sophie can only feel safe with the guy and that the guy can feel nothing for her. Sophie is the same with her boyfriend and the man who wants a girl, and Sophie is getting a baby. The last scene that I want to talk about is the end where Sophie has to take care of a baby. It's a great scene, because it shows Sophie's skill in baby taking care of the baby and also shows the director the qualities Sophie has, the important things that makes Sophie the character she is. She is smart and is just like a good girlfriend, but she is also strong and is ready to do anything to protect her baby and the other boy that she loves. The movie is not so much erotic, but it's really good and it will make you enjoy the movie more. I give this movie a 8 out of 10. It's a really good movie and I hope you will watch it.

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This movie gives us a great view into the world of those who experienced the decline of the Roman Empire. Although it has a strong story, it's also so powerful. It's not a movie you can just watch once, you'll have to watch it a few times and be able to absorb the information. Even though it's a movie about the decline of the Roman Empire, it's also about all the other civilizations in the past and all the cultures from which we have benefited as well. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves history, philosophy, and is interested in learning more about the world we live in.

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Ashley Brooks

This film is very well done. It is not a good or even an excellent film, but it is definitely an enjoyable movie. I would love to watch it again, but it has been a while since I have seen it. I do not see it as a drama, I see it as a great drama about love. In the last scene, the two girls are in a hospital room talking. The next scene, we see the doctor standing in the room, and we hear the doctor say, "I'm sorry, but I can't do that." and he starts the machine. The girl says, "Don't worry, we'll be on our way." The doctor replies, "You'll be on your way."

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My husband and I were very much drawn to this film. It is beautifully photographed, with natural lighting, and the story is based in part on an actual incident. I had heard of the story before seeing the film, but had never heard of the actual incident. I was very much impressed with the photography and the wonderful cast. The story was not the strongest part of the film. I did not see any obvious anti-Catholic bias. But, I did not think the film was anti-Catholic. I was actually very surprised to see that it was not. It was anti-small government, pro-independence, pro-Western, pro-Christian, and anti-naval. I do not think it was anti-Catholic, although it did not focus on Catholicism. I did not see any anti-Catholic bias in the stories of the Catholic characters. I do not think the film was anti-Catholic, although it was anti-Catholic. I was impressed with the acting, the story, the photography, and the musical score. I do not know where the information that this is based on an actual incident, but it was very much in keeping with the theme of the film. I think the viewer should be able to draw his or her own conclusions.

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The film, directed by Peter Weir, is about a teenage girl who is shot to death by a vigilante gang in a Glasgow suburb. In a civilised society, such a tragedy would be treated with extreme harshness by the media, the police and the judicial system. The principal character is Sophie, an intelligent, kind, bright girl who has lived with her abusive father since the age of five. Sophie's father is a depressed alcoholic who makes crude and disgusting comments about Sophie and has recently been treated for alcohol dependence. The situation of the family is so dire that Sophie has taken the children and sister, along with a friend and a gay couple, in a caravan to Scotland, where they live in an old farmhouse. Sophie's mother tries to stay strong, but the harsh environment has left Sophie in a state of depression. She uses drugs and attempts suicide, but she is eventually released from hospital. The situation then becomes increasingly worse, but Sophie refuses to give up hope, and her girlfriend, Max, who is a struggling musician, offers to take her to Scotland. However, they will be unable to return to the UK without permission from their fathers. This is a complex and challenging film. In my view, it is highly recommended to those who are interested in film as an art form. The film presents a real and serious situation, but it is also provocative and colourful, with beautiful photography and excellent performances by the three main actors. My rating for this film is 8/10.

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Philip Fox

This movie is not for everyone. It is a very tough movie to watch, and is not for the faint of heart. It is very disturbing. That being said, I think that this movie deserves its 7.8 rating. It has very strong acting performances by Tom Cruise and Paul Giamatti. The story is very well done, but if you do not know the story, it is very hard to follow. The movie is a little slow at times, and is very slow. It is a little boring at times, and I was hoping for a different ending. It is well done. I think that this is a great movie. I would give it 8 stars.

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Tyler Grant

I went into this movie with an open mind, but not knowing what to expect. I came out of it understanding that Sophie's character was completely done by circumstance, and the screenwriters did an amazing job of showing us exactly why. The directing was also great, I don't think it was necessary to have the director jump in and ask the actors what they wanted to say, it was as natural as it could be. The acting was also top notch, with everyone playing their roles very well. I've never really read the books, so I can't say I was excited about the movie, but I did feel the emotional impact this movie had on me. I highly recommend this movie.

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Takashi Miike's "Sophie and the Rising Sun" is an unconventional film that explores the marriage and sexuality of two middle-aged women in Japan. It's not a film that has anything to do with marriage, or sex, but rather a film that takes place in a traditional Japanese household. There's an emphasis on the importance of family, as it is said in the film, and how the family is the one that supports each other, that doesn't need to be present. The film is told in a series of flashbacks, and we learn about the character's childhood and how they became involved in the marriage. It is during this part of the film that the film moves at its pace, and the pacing is very good, even if it is not a very linear film. The film does get pretty slow towards the end, but it is still an enjoyable watch. The film deals with the traditional issues of how men and women are in relation to one another, and how the traditional family can be changed for the better. "Sophie" is a very unique film, that I can't say that it's better than the usual films that Miike has made, but it's a very good film and is worth watching.