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Plot: In a world where journalism is under attack, Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike) is one of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time. Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontlines of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless, while constantly… Runtime: 110 min Release Date: 16 Nov 2018
When i left my country I decide to not remember any thing from that hell, But today i cried like i just lost every thing, it's an amazing movie
good movie, not for entertainment (by ravigpa)
Acting is 10/10 this is for those who don't know what journalism stands for and how this is not so easy easy job. movie leaves an impact on viewers about how much misdirected perceptions we as general public have about wars & fight against terrorism.
Mesmerizing and heartbreaking (by lisacarlson)
If you remember the death of journalist Marie Colvin in February of 2012 in Syria, have read books about her you won't want to miss this movie. It's focus is on the last decade of her life where she lost her eye and was in some of the most dangerous war torn places in the world. If Pike's performance is anything close to the real Colvin; the world truly lost a courageous, compassionate, intelligent, articulate and first -class correspondent. As the credits rolled in the theatre I was in no one left as the real Colvin appears on screen. This is a movie every adult should see <more>
because as she states; she did what she did so others would take an interest in areas of the world where crimes against humanity are committed everyday and elevating that story is really all that matters.
Produced by Charlize Theron, A Private War is an excellent biopic that manages to capture the actual character, spirit and strength of the person the film is about. Marie Colvin, an American reporter working for a British newspaper, hailed by many of her peers as the greatest war correspondent of her generation. She was killed in Syria fighting for people to find out the truth behind the war, the undeniable tragedy that breaks down on thousands of innocent civilians living around war zones.This is a powerful example of a biopic, it never misses its strong point that the journalists out there <more>
that die every day or try to survive is not for fake news, but for the news corrupt governments try to hide. And that is the strongest message the film delivers. Rosamund Pike, who portrays late Miss Colvin, steals every single scene she is in, in a most convincing way. Her performance is raw, rough and on point. Rarely do actors achieve this level of craftsmanship with duplicating the looks, voice and the spirit of the original person. This role should undoubtedly land Rosamund Pike her second Academy Award nomination, and hopefully win. In the hands of a well praised documentary filmmaker Matthew Heineman, A Private War achieves a high level of narrative storytelling that keeps viewers interest and fascinates with extraordinary performances and pitch perfect cinematography.
A great journalist that sacrificed just about everything to get the true stories out. I predict an Oscar nomination for her role. She worked so hard to get the role down right.
A Much Needed Film (by varun-25071997)
A War movie which is said from the POV of a journalist and focuses more on civilians than soldiers is exactly what we need in the time of ever growing militarism and wars. Rosamund Pike carries the film on her shoulders and delivers the best leading performance by an actress this year and probably the best in her career. You would think that its a documentary and not a feature film sometimes, that's how powerful her performance was and the fact that she isn't gonna win the Oscar for this role is a tragedy.The movie is engrossing right from its first act and the director tells the <more>
story of every war in our recent times by showing the most heinous war crimes committed by government forces and rebels. Despite losing her eye in the bloody Sri Lankan civil war, Mrs. Colvin never backs out and continues to work as a correspondent in the conflicts at Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq and Syria which is what the rest of the movie is about. Though I was a bit disappointed that they didn't highlight her work in Chechnya and the final days of the Sri Lankan civil war in which she exposed the massacre of over 40000 Tamil civilians committed by the Sri Lankan government.On a technical level this movie is outstanding, especially the sound mixing. Matthew Heineman focuses equally on the hellish war zones and on the rough part of her life where she was battling PTSD and alcoholism. Overall this is an outstanding tribute to journalism and tells the story of one of the best war correspondents of all time.
Pike is riveting and you'll be drawn in. (by nategerard)
If you have one empathic bone in your body you can't help but feel for the people Marie Colvin wrote about and Marie herself, despite her self medication and arguably self destructive nature.Pike plays Marie as so driven by her need to tell these stories that she regularly throws her safety away and allows herself to be emotionally damaged as well.The movie builds to the extreme violence in Syria and one scene in particular that will haunt me due to the rampant and indiscriminate death rained down by government forces.While the supporting cast does a great job, Pike is amazing and should <more>
garner Oscar attention for it. This will be a difficult movie to watch but Marie's story is important because you should really know all her stories.
Painful yet inspirational life Story! Reminds me with myself and my days in Syria! Marie Colvin had been carrying a great message during her life, and she died in the sake if this message! What a brave women! RIP Marie : !
True grit all right... (by caughlan_anne)
We are at the front with Marie Colvin, a celebrated war correspondent for the Sunday Times in London. Colvin, played by Rosamund Pike, was an intense journalist who went to Iraq, Sri Lanka, Syria and was driven to bring the story of real people home to her readers. She stood toe-to-toe with Gaddafi and others in her search for the truth. The movie cinematographer Robert Richardson Inglourious Basterds creates an environment both real and overwhelming. Many of us felt shell-shocked after the ending.