Daughters of the Dust

Daughters of the Dust

Julie Dash chronicles the lives of Gullah women confronting their cultural identity, history, and future. This movie is absolutely mesmerizing. Performances like these are rare!

  • This is at the top of my list of movies to see this year. Talk about an interesting cast worth watching. It stars Black Thought from the Roots, Naomie Harris, Rosario Dawson and Paul Dano as residents of a poverty stricken neighbo... This is at the top of my list of movies to see this year. Talk about an interesting cast worth watching. It stars Black Thought from the Roots, Naomie Harris, Rosario Dawson and Paul Dano as residents of a poverty stricken neighborhood in North Philladelphia (Philly! Woot!). The movie follows interconnected stories of love, relationships and poverty in this slice of life American tale. Looks powerful! In theaters March 6th 2009.

    Related Products: More from Apple
    Added 6 Years Ago from Apple
  • I refuse to see this movie mostly because I'm terrified it could actually happen in my lifetime.

    Related Products: More from Amazon.com
    Added 6 Years Ago from Amazon.com
  • I enjoyed this movie and although it's not one of M. Night Shamalayan's best, it has what I would dare to say is one of the best suspense scenes in cinema. That's a big accomplishment. It's the scene where Joaquin Pheonix's charac... I enjoyed this movie and although it's not one of M. Night Shamalayan's best, it has what I would dare to say is one of the best suspense scenes in cinema. That's a big accomplishment. It's the scene where Joaquin Pheonix's character is watching tv in the closet. I won't ruin it for you, just watch it.

    Related Products: More from Amazon.com
    Added 6 Years Ago from Amazon.com
  • Gritty, gripping and an utterly magnetic turn by Ryan Gosling (who has done nothing but the highest quality work since this film introduced him). Gosling plays Danny Balint, a neo-nazi skinhead who is living an impossibly cont... Gritty, gripping and an utterly magnetic turn by Ryan Gosling (who has done nothing but the highest quality work since this film introduced him). Gosling plays Danny Balint, a neo-nazi skinhead who is living an impossibly contradictory life because he's also a Jew. Violent, articulate and terrifyingly charismatic, Balint's only saving grace (weakness?) is what drives his hatred - his Judaism. This isn't an easy film and saying that is a vast understatement. It's brutally violent, frightening but also important.

    Related Products: More from Amazon.com
    Added 6 Years Ago from Amazon.com