Samba

Samba

DVD - 2016 | French
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A richly entertaining chronicle of an undocumented kitchen worker battling deportation from his adopted home in Paris.
Publisher: [United States] :, Broad Green Pictures,, [2016]
Branch Call Number: DVD Samba
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (118 min.) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in.
video file, DVD video, region 1, rda
NTSC, rda
digital, optical, rda

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singidunum_25
Apr 10, 2017

Pleasant French movie that could have been much more. Topic is very relevant here, which is illegal immigration in France. Omar Sy was great.

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hoacornell
Jan 09, 2017

Captured my heart and mind from start to finish. This is a movie not to miss. Be sure to read the other KCLS patron reviews. They also loved the movie and have interesting insights about "Samba".

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dylankemp
Jan 03, 2017

Real cool. French movie about what it is to be an illegal immigrant in France. And the people who try to help them. And romance. The acting is superb, Charlotte Gainsbourg in particular. Solid and real without being dark and difficult. Loved it.

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OMack
Jul 21, 2016

A love story like only the French could do. This was a great movie, I will definitely have to check this out again - mind you, this is coming from one who doesn't usually go for love stories.. Omar Sy was the reason I checked this out, wonderful acting by all characters - this really gives you a feel for life in France as an immigrant, with focus on African immigration to France. The "Brazilian" was one of my favorite characters. This movie has love, lust, friendship, betrayal, redemption, remorse, action... Something for everyone with any attention span at all!

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ilovewhippets
May 11, 2016

A very good, heart-warming movie! It portrays well the saga of the illegal immigrants! Realistic! Wonderful acting! The characters are very interesting and well-portrayed! A good drama with some humour! I recommend it!

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voisjoe1_0
Mar 27, 2016

A great exploration of immigrants from Africa (North and Sub-Sahara) trying to make a living in Paris while they evade the immigration authority. Charlotte Gainsbourg plays a charity worker trying to help immigrants and Ormar Sy and Tahar Rahim portray two of the immigrants. These three combine to make a wonderful film. Maybe if Europe had made more films like this and had done something about the immigration problems, we wouldn’t be seeing so much turmoil. Maybe not, but at least the makers of this film are trying.

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