Anschauen Clemency


Clemency is a movie starring Alfre Woodard, Richard Schiff, and Aldis Hodge. As she prepares to execute another inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the...

Other Titles
Gailestingumas, Mildhet, Laupeus, Une ultime grâce, Halastus
Running Time
1 hours 52 minutes
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Chinonye Chukwu
Chinonye Chukwu
Aldis Hodge, Wendell Pierce, Richard Schiff, Alfre Woodard
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Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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As she prepares to execute another inmate, Bernadine must confront the psychological and emotional demons her job creates, ultimately connecting her to the man she is sanctioned to kill.

Comments about drama «Clemency» (13)

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Alan W.

I think that the director was trying to express an idea of how our society is changing, and what we can do about it. The movie doesn't look at how things are now, but how they were a decade ago. It is one of those movies which show us the first hours of life of a man. The movie seems to give the impression that this man is so far from happiness, that he had to be violent, because he was not happy. And this is what he is trying to show, that violent man is not a normal man. It is a man who does not want to be happy. He wants to feel happy, and so he commits a crime. That crime is really hard to bear. That's a fact, and we can't ignore it. We can only see it. The main idea of the movie is to show us that our society, the way we live, what we can do, what we think, our feelings, our thoughts, our opinion on things, are not what they used to be. We have to be aware of that fact, and it is something we have to change. The main message of the movie is to be aware of the problems, and how we can change them. It is something which can't be done without having some understanding. If we understand what is happening, we can change it. I liked this movie, but I do not know how it will make a big impression on people.

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This is a really good movie about the time and decisions of the late Ulysses Grant. It's a personal view, but the acting and the way the film is edited is great. It is also a true story, but the way the events are portrayed is more entertaining. I can't remember that Grant had any regret about the decisions he made during the Civil War. I think that makes it more interesting. The characters, the environment, the friendships and the conflicts are all good, and the film doesn't leave a bad taste. There is the justice he is giving to the rebels, and the way he helps the farmers during the war. There are also the decisions he made in his life. He had a good marriage, and a good child. He was a patriot. And he was a great leader of the war.

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Samuel R.

I'm a big fan of Errol Morris, and I liked his first feature-length film "The Shawshank Redemption." "The Foundation" is another of his films, and it's actually my favorite of the lot. It's a funny, thoughtful story about the hidden benefits of a prisoner's life in prison. "The Foundation" is a decent film with a good cast and some great scenes. It's not perfect, but I think it's a film worth seeing. The director, Neal Moritz, has written a script that feels fresh and honest. That's not a surprise, since most of his films are. I think he's just as good with the writing as he is with the acting. The performances are all fine, although I wish that Andy Garcia could have had more to do. I thought the chemistry between him and Jennifer Jason Leigh was a bit strained. Unfortunately, Andy Garcia's character could have been fleshed out a little better. The movie has a solid ending, and the director really has the feel of a group of friends working on their own projects. This is another film that I think is worth seeing, but not every film deserves to be a masterpiece. The film is well worth seeing, but it's not quite as good as "The Shawshank Redemption."

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Alexander Lawrence

A set of unique and fascinating pictures. This is the story of a very young and naive girl. As the story progresses we see her long term effects of her psychosis. The scenes are full of emotion and reflect on the relationship between the mother and the son. We also see the impact of the people around the boy. We see the love the mother has for her son, but also her cruel nature. The boy is in love with a woman, but she is selfish and cruel. The beautiful but innocent girl who is lost and is suffering from her psychosis. It is a hard and fascinating journey. We see a person who is very brave, and this is a true story.

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I saw this film at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards, and I was moved. It is a very moving film about the life of a very disturbed man, and his attempts to fight the injustice done to him. The only part I didn't agree with was the part where he made his escape from prison, and the way he was dressed in that picture he shot. There is something wrong about him. I don't think he should have been let out of prison, but at least he was put in the correct environment to start his life over. This film is well-done, and I hope it gets an Oscar nomination. Although I didn't like the ending, I am glad the Academy recognized this story. So, this is a film you should see, but if you are against all violence and killing, then you may not like this film.

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Cheryl Kelly

The story begins with the man himself, a retired rock star from the 1960's, who still maintains his dream of reuniting his family. During the interview with his daughter, a former lover (played by Sela Ward), he also gives details about his death, in which he is killed in an accident, a person familiar with the situation told CNN. The now 89-year-old man is played by Michael Caine, who took on the role as a director and wrote the script for the movie. Caine knew the man well and is one of his closest friends. "It's like walking into a mine," he told CNN, noting that he is also part of a family of former lovers. "He gave up a lot of control, and I think that was a big part of why I loved him." Caine was extremely well known as the famous "Rock 'n' Roll Kid," with many well-known songs, but he was not as known in his old age, while the man he played was. He doesn't want to comment on the circumstances of his death, but we can assume that it was related to his chronic alcoholism, but also his refusal to be an open, straightforward man. His children, siblings and grandchildren and, in this case, his nephew, are very supportive of their father's love for his family and friends. "The most important thing in life is family," said the man, who often does not express his feelings by the open language of the past. "That is why I went and saw this movie." After all, he said, the only way to truly heal is by sharing the past with the present, and he is doing just that. "It's a human nature," he said, that is "rebellious," and it is "irritating." As I said, he's no saint. "He was trying to show that he wanted to do things again and he wanted to be in that band," the nephew said. "He was trying to do the right thing, and this movie shows it." The nephew is a 17-year-old, and the man he is playing is the very man he said he loves. Caine said the movie is very much about his children, including their mother, who is the one who bought the tickets for the movie. The nephew was born when the family moved to Canada, and he was watching the movie, not realizing he was actually sitting in the same room with the man he played. "I really can't believe it," the nephew said. "I think we are going to watch it again." There was a lot of pressure on him, too, from the woman who had been his current wife. "It's very intense," the nephew said. "We are still in touch with his

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Pamela S.

It was a good movie. Good characters, a lot of symbolism, a bit confusing at times, but overall a good movie. The only problem i had with the movie is the story. it was a little hard to follow because it was really layered and complicated. It was like the story was just thrown out there in the world and the viewer had to follow it. It was kind of hard to follow and that is what I think made it hard to follow. The characters were interesting but it did get confusing when there was a major twist to it that i didn't see coming. But it was still a good movie.

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Lori Weaver

As you might know, I am a huge fan of the first two Jurassic Park movies, and while both were entertaining, they never actually managed to capture the true essence of the animals. This is the sequel that really captures that feeling, and does it in such a good way that you can almost forget that it's only a sequel. The main characters here are a family of tyrannosaurus rex, and we follow them through a few months of their daily lives. When the inevitable dinosaurs arrive, they are very well done, and we get to see what they are capable of. By the end of the movie, the family is being terrorized by the same animals that they were afraid of, and the movie ends on a positive note, but there's still a bittersweet feeling that will linger with you long after the credits roll.

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The social worker has a full responsibility to see that the family has a chance for the future. As a result, she must ask the question, is the family suffering, is the family still healthy? We know that the father died in a motorcycle accident when the son was 15, and the mother left the family. But it is hard to tell how seriously the mother is taking the job. In addition, the son has been involved in a serious accident, which is causing serious social problems in his family. And finally, we know that he will be in the psychiatric ward for the rest of his life. The social worker, who knows and has seen this, must ask the question, is the family still healthy? If the answer is no, we know that the family is suffering. I think this is a good movie, and that it is a great example for all of us in our public service. It is a kind of movie that shows that you must see things with your heart. We must have a responsibility, and we must see things from the point of view of the person who has been harmed by it. You must not judge, but see things from the point of view of the person. Sometimes the person, the people, the families will be convinced of something, and sometimes the person will be turned away from the reality of things. But in the end, all that matters is that the person has had an opportunity to make a decision and a choice, and that the decision is correct. And the social worker must follow the person to the decision, to the decisions, to the decisions, to the decisions. That is the great role of the social worker.

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Roger O.

There are very few movies that can leave you with a message of perseverance and inspiration. The story of a young man who was released from a prison where he was serving life sentences and then returns to prison and then to his freedom, is a powerful one. It is not easy to follow. But, the message of faith and hope is a rare and beautiful one. It shows that we have the power of our faith to overcome all odds and even the darkest of times. It is for these reasons that this film was an extremely meaningful experience for me. I never give an actor an Oscar for their performance and I am not sure if this is true of this film. I was impressed with the acting of each and every one of the actors. I felt that their very performance in this movie is what makes this film so remarkable. It is a great story of faith and hope, and the amazing journey of redemption. I felt that it was an extremely heartfelt story of redemption. This is definitely a must see film and the Academy should be giving this film a wide berth.

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Janet G.

There are two issues I have with this film. First, the bit about "one time you went to jail" is really unnecessary. That is just a cop out. If you know someone who has gone to jail for a crime, don't mention it. And if you know someone who has been in jail, don't tell them about it, because it's always harmful. Second, why did the guy go back to the job? I like the idea of the cops, but this movie was too slow. Why can't they do the job faster? I think it's because of the tone of the film, because it's too real. It's a drama, so the cops have to be tough, and you know they can't be tough, but they can be real. It was just too slow. I think that's the biggest problem. Overall, it's a good movie, and a great story. It's only a pity it wasn't better, and didn't get the treatment it deserved.

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Danielle Peters

I went to see this movie with my sister and my mom. We were both highly anticipating the movie, and were not disappointed. They were the perfect combination. The movie is a drama, and it is told through the eyes of the young people who are the actors in the film. This is not your ordinary drama, this is a different and mature style of drama. I don't want to give too much of the story away. I would suggest to anyone who hasn't seen it, that they see it. It is highly recommended.

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Cheryl Hernandez

I've been a fan of Clark Terry for about five years now, and I always look forward to watching "One Hour Photo", especially if it's filmed in my hometown. For the last three weeks of this year, I haven't had time to spend with my family, and while I am working late tonight, I still hadn't been able to get it to the cable channel. It's not that I don't like Clark Terry, but he's over-rated in the industry, and I think he's making a mistake. For starters, he's got more than just a sense of humor. I don't think anyone can take him seriously and be taken seriously. That is, of course, his selling point. His sense of humor is what separates him from just about everyone else. This movie was very good. There's a lot to be said for the fact that a director can put their characters in interesting situations, and make you feel for them. In this movie, I felt very much for Tommy. I think he's actually one of the more underrated actors in the business, and I wish he could play more roles in the industry. He can play a serious, tough role, and still be able to play it funny. His wife played her role well, but her character was a little too preachy, and I wouldn't have been surprised if they had a better, less annoying actress for her part. I do think that Clark Terry, of course, has a style that's different from everyone else. I think that it's a good thing, though, because it makes his movies different from everyone else. It makes them different from those that you see in the theater, and it makes them different from those that you see on the small screen. But, as I said, I don't think that the movie is perfect. I think it had a few things that could have been improved. For instance, Tommy doesn't get to spend too much time with Clark Terry. He spends more time with his daughter, so I didn't feel like I got to see the character grow up too much. Also, I think that the way they portrayed Clark Terry's daughter, before they got to know her better, was a little too flowery. In this movie, she didn't seem all that different from the rest of the characters in the movie. I think that it would have been great if they had included a bit more of that to make her character more realistic, and then we could have gotten a little more out of her. And, I think that some of the other characters were a little too self-assured. For instance, Tommy is a lot more popular than everyone else, and I don't think that he has the same problems as anyone else. I think that's what makes him different