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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Remarkably produced
mishell stevenson almost 4 years ago
Thought Provoking
Dónal Kennedy almost 5 years ago
Hauntingly beautiful tragedy of errors; pure cinema without gimmicks.
Mario Schievenini almost 7 years ago
A good depiction of the bonding between an action and another. Really good.
Felicitas Keclach almost 7 years ago
Great ending!
Carlene Elizabeth almost 7 years ago
Great film if you like to be depressed.
Jonathan Evans 7 years ago
In a world divided by chaos and language people are only united by mutual destruction.
Samantha Vance 7 years ago
Weird and boring.
Jonathan Sundqvist almost 8 years ago
I love how the stories intertwine with each other.
Michael Cole 8 years ago
While not the best story, I enjoyed the unique non-chronological way of presenting it.
Jenny Forsyth 6 months ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Amirreza Edalat over 1 year ago
ARTISTNPOET over 2 years ago
Raffaela Px Scarano over 2 years ago
Herbe Astrale over 2 years ago
Michelle Arostegui almost 3 years ago
Itzel Amieva 3 years ago
Seda Yılmaz 3 years ago
Babel is a 2006 international drama film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu and written by Guillermo Arriaga, starring an ensemble cast. The multi-narrative drama completes Iñárritu's Death Trilogy, following Amores perros and 21 Grams. The film portrays multiple stories taking place in Morocco, Japan, Mexico and the United States. It was an international co-production among companies based in France, Mexico and the US. The film was first screened at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, and was later shown at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Zagreb Film Festival. It opened in selected cities in the United States on October 27, 2006, and went into wide release on November 10, 2006. On January 15, 2007, it won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture — Drama. It was nominated for seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and two nominations for Best Supporting Actress and won for Best Original Score. Babel focuses on four interrelated sets of...
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