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“The Constant gardener is about a diplomat in the hunt...”

Written on: 11/08/2006 by emza2511 (176 reviews written)

The Constant gardener is about a diplomat in the hunt for his wife's murderer, who uncovers a treacherous conspiracy which has the potential to kill millions of innocent people, until he can uncover its sinister roots.

This film is beautifully done; from the convincing relationship between the diplomat and his wife, to the wife's activist view on helping people in Africa. This film is slow paced, yet it is an on the edge of your seat thriller. It is brilliantly shot, and flicks from scenes to… Read Full Review

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“The Constant Gardener is a film about the corruption...”

Written on: 02/02/2006 by bahjan (5 reviews written)

The Constant Gardener is a film about the corruption of Western pharmaceutical companies in Aids oppressed Africa, which does not sound very promising, but I'd urge readers to think again. 'The Constant Gardener' is a topical, subtle thriller and a convincing love story.

The relationship between the two principals Rachel Weiss (Tessa) and Ralph Fiennes (Justin) is utterly convincing, and as such they draw from each other their best performances to date. The plaudits must go to Weiss, who fully… Read Full Review

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Hank's Response to bahjan's Review

Written on: 01/03/2006

I thought this film was a festering piece of garbage. If you want a film that actually tells you something about Africa then I recommend you take a look at Hotel Rwanda.
Can't really agree with anything in this review. save your money and check out Munich folks....

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“The Constant Gardener was a, how shall I put it? -...”

Written on: 07/12/2005 by captainoats (1 review written)

The Constant Gardener was a, how shall I put it? - interesting film. It's a good film to watch if you want to feel sad after you leave the cinema. The problem with it is that it is not based on a true story, so you kind of feel that you are angry at the drugs companies for something they didn't do. Not a great film, but very well made… Read Full Review

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“I watched The Constant Gardener last night which is a...”

Written on: 17/11/2005 by Hank (124 reviews written)

I watched The Constant Gardener last night which is a political thriller - political maybe, but thriller is stretching it.

This film centre's around the romance between Justin Quayle (Ralph Fiennes) and his wife Tessa (Rachel Weisz), the latter being the victim of a barbaric murder in Kenya. It is then up to Quayle, a British diplomat in Kenya, to undercover the real reason why his wife was murdered following a cover-up story from the Kenyan authorities.

We get to learn a lot about thanks to… Read Full Review

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