Here is a movie that asks the viewer a very tough question. What would you do if you only had one week to live?

The film is based on a young man who just found out he has terminal cancer and is at a crossroad of his life. He begins to think what has he done for himself in his life time? The answer was nothing. So, he decides to take a trip for himself in hopes of finding the meaning of life and find himself as well. He comes across a motorcycle that indeed is the reason he is inspired for this journey he is about to take. Although his family disagreed with this decision to take this trip he didn’t really care, which was amazing courage in my opinion.

As he takes this trip he comes across many different people who change his life forever, and through these characters he finds the meaning to life. You will be sucked in from the very first minute until the very end of the film. Trust me when I say it is s must watch!

10 out of 10

Here is a movie that asks the viewer a very tough question. What would you do if you only had one week to live?

The film is based on a young man who just found out he has terminal cancer and is at a crossroad of his life. He begins to think what has he done for himself in his life time? The answer was nothing. So, he decides to take a trip for himself in hopes of finding the meaning of life and find himself as well. He comes across a motorcycle that indeed is the reason he is inspired for this journey he is about to take. Although his family disagreed with this decision to take this trip he didn’t really care, which was amazing courage in my opinion.

As he takes this trip he comes across many different people who change his life forever, and through these characters he finds the meaning to life. You will be sucked in from the very first minute until the very end of the film. Trust me when I say it is s must watch!

10 out of 10

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thedailywhat:

RIP: 41-year-old British-born filmmaker and photojournalist Tim Hetherington, co-director of the Oscar-nominated Afghanistan war documentary Restrepo, was killed today when an RPG struck a group of journalists in the Libyan city of Misrata.
Three others were also injured in the attack: Pulitzer Prize-nominated Getty photographer Chris Hondros, Panos Agency photographer Guy Martin — both of whom are said to be in serious condition — and freelancer Michael Brown, who was slightly wounded.
In his final tweet, posted just hours before the attack, Hetherington wrote: “In besieged Libyan city of Misrata. Indiscriminate shelling by Qaddafi forces. No sign of NATO.”
(Above: Tim Hetherington (right), alongside fellow Restrepo director Sebastian Junger.)
[vanityfair.]

This a very sad day in film. I just watched his oscar nominated film Restrepo. I will be doing a review on this film at a later time, but for now all I will say is to check out that movie as soon as possible. It truly shows how lucky we are to have people in our country fighting for us over seas.

thedailywhat:

RIP: 41-year-old British-born filmmaker and photojournalist Tim Hetherington, co-director of the Oscar-nominated Afghanistan war documentary Restrepo, was killed today when an RPG struck a group of journalists in the Libyan city of Misrata.

Three others were also injured in the attack: Pulitzer Prize-nominated Getty photographer Chris Hondros, Panos Agency photographer Guy Martin — both of whom are said to be in serious condition — and freelancer Michael Brown, who was slightly wounded.

In his final tweet, posted just hours before the attack, Hetherington wrote: “In besieged Libyan city of Misrata. Indiscriminate shelling by Qaddafi forces. No sign of NATO.”

(Above: Tim Hetherington (right), alongside fellow Restrepo director Sebastian Junger.)

[vanityfair.]

This a very sad day in film. I just watched his oscar nominated film Restrepo. I will be doing a review on this film at a later time, but for now all I will say is to check out that movie as soon as possible. It truly shows how lucky we are to have people in our country fighting for us over seas.