The Tribe (1998)

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  1. llanes13

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    IMDB Rating: 6.2/10

    Director: Stephen Poliakoff

    Cast:
    Joely Richardson... Emily
    Jeremy Northam... Jamie
    Anna Friel... Lizzie
    Trevor Eve... Kanahan
    Laura Fraser... Megan
    Jonathan Rhys Meyers... Adam
    Sean Francis... Lawrence
    Stephanie Buttle... Katrinna
    George Costigan... Micky
    Lynne Miller... Judith
    Emma Amos... Diana
    Rene Lawrence... Colin
    Michael Feast... Delario
    Julian Rhind-Tutt... Forester
    Kate Isitt... Caroline

    Description:
    In an era when TV is filled with either shoddy, half-baked new ideas or inferior remakes of old classics, it's nice to see something fresh, controversial and brilliant. "The Tribe" is probably the finest, original and engaging TV film drama to make it's way on to our TV screens in years. Written and directed by the masterful Stephen Poliakoff, the man behind such classics as the TV series "Shooting the Past" and the excellent film "Close my eyes", this is undoubtedly the best TV film of 1998. "The Tribe" has something lacking in most modern TV films, a decent script. It's with this script that Poliakoff helps paint his vivid image of an underworld of modern suburbia in which a bizarre cult live, oblivious to the decaying and messed up world around them. They create their own world with their own rules that Jamie has to learn to accept before he can even begin to understand The Tribe and their ways.

    Poliakoff's beautifully handled direction helps to create a dream like world where fantasy and fiction often collide and slowly merge in to one. It is also in Poliakoff's use of a "Lock, Stock" style yellow filter which helps enforce the films dream like narrative and gives the film a feel which can only be compared to Stanley Kubricks final master work "Eyes Wide Shut". But it is really the acting that bring this film to life. Jeremy Northam and Anna Friel are superb as usual as the property developer and the free-spirited girl who seduces him, but it is Joely Richardson's tour de force performance of a complex, powerful powerful character that steals the show.


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    Video: 1130kbps XviD | 128kb/s mp3
    Language: English | Running time: 107



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  2. ryfaba789

    ryfaba789 New Member

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    Thanks for the great post! :yahoo:
     
  3. krunop

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    thanks!
     

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