Review for Where Do We Go Now?
PG-13 Drama 1:40
Where Do We Go Now? chronicles the lives of Christians and Muslims
living together in a dessert town in some Islamic country. The
people hear of ethnic strife on the news and they look at each other
and wonder "are we next?" At one point one of the young men is
killed when he visits a neighboring village and his mother covers
this up for awhile to prevent a bloodbath in the village. In Arabic
and Russian with English subtitles. Three stars.
by John Thielking
This movie ranks as iffy because it has a total of 14 violent scenes
in it. These include: there is a story of a war ravaged country,
there is a story of a riot on TV, there are more stories of riots on
TV, there is a story of a riot in the newspaper, a man falls off a
ladder, a man smashes figurines, a man threatens a child, there is a
story of warfare, the engine of a bus has a minor explosion, two
groups of men get into a brawl, a young man is dead from a bullet
wound, a group of men get into a brawl, a woman shoots a man in the
foot and there is a story of impending violence.
The previews include: a violent commercial and nonviolent previews
for Peace, Love and Misunderstanding, Bel Ami and I Wish.
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