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|Movie/TV Title:||District 9||Rating:||MA15+|
|From producer Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy) and director Neill Blomkamp comes a startlingly original sciencefiction thriller that "soars on the imagination of its creators" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone). With stunning special effects and gritty realism, the film plunges us into a world where the aliens have landed... only to be exiled to a slum on the fringes of Johannesburg. Now, one lone human discovers the mysterious secret of the extraterrestrial weapon technology. Hunted and hounded through the bizarre back alleys of an alien shantytown, he will discover what it means to be the ultimate outsider on your own planet.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||118495567|
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|Main Audio Type||Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Product Release Date||30/12/2009|
|Theatrical Release Year||2009|
|Actors||Sharlto Copley, Hlengiwe Madlala, Vanessa Haywood, Kenneth Nkosi, Jason Cope, Louis Minaar, Eugene Khumbanyiwa, David James, Mandla Gaduka, William Allen Young|
|Rating Info||Strong Violence, Coarse Language|
|Number of Discs||1|
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Such an interesting movie, gives a unique perspective of a possibility of something happening, even if it is unlikely. Set out as a documentary, but not a silly unrealistic one or one of those ones recorded on a home video recorder.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: 9781george
Thought provoking with a distinct South African bent.
The parallels between the privations and distrust of the Prawns with the worst excesses of the Apartheid Era are unmistakable. Special effects are compelling and overall performances are solid with an occasional comedic lean. Entertaining and thought provoking, this movie deserves to be seen.