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Where Is Kyra? is a movie starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Kiefer Sutherland, and Suzanne Shepherd. In Brooklyn, New York, Kyra (Michelle Pfeiffer) loses her job and struggles to survive on her ailing mother's income. As the weeks and...

Andrew Dosunmu
Anthony Okungbowa, Suzanne Shepherd, Kiefer Sutherland, Michelle Pfeiffer

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Genres Drama
Director Andrew Dosunmu
Writer Andrew Dosunmu, Darci Picoult, Darci Picoult
Stars Anthony Okungbowa, Suzanne Shepherd, Kiefer Sutherland, Michelle Pfeiffer
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Beat-up Little Seagull, Gdje je Kyra?, Wo ist Kyra?, Kyra Nerede?, Deceit, Gde je Kira?, Kyra
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In Brooklyn, New York, Kyra (Michelle Pfeiffer) loses her job and struggles to survive on her ailing mother's income. As the weeks and months go on, her problems worsen. This leads her on a risky and enigmatic path that threatens her life.

Top reviews

Monday, 31 Aug 2020 00:23

The use of a play as a visual metaphor was a bold new idea for a movie, and it was executed with great restraint. The initial opening scene is incredible in its brevity, but it leads to the change of feeling throughout the rest of the film. By giving the camera the freedom to move about the room, the camera slowly descends into the darkness and the setting becomes more claustrophobic. By gradually turning the scenes black and white, Kyra gradually becomes more and more lost in the setting of her home. The use of music, and the use of colour to tell the story of the surrounding characters, allows Kyra to become more and more estranged from the outside world and her own thoughts and feelings. The camera follows Kyra as she tries to understand the relationship between her father and son, and by the end of the film, she is forced to reflect on her life and feelings, and at the same time find answers to her own problems. Through this film, the director is able to convey the feelings of isolation, isolation and isolation. By avoiding the use of visual imagery, the director is able to convey the thoughts and feelings that Kyra experiences, and the viewer is left with a powerful feeling of isolation and confusion. The overall mood of the film, which is dark and gloomy, is similar to that of a fairy tale, but without the clever lines that make the fairy tale story memorable. The only exception to this, is the use of colour to make the film darker, and to allow the characters and their feelings to become more realistic. Overall, the film was very well acted and the camera work, but the director's decision to forego the use of visual imagery, left the film feeling like a fairy tale and lost its identity.
Friday, 31 Jul 2020 22:00

I was recently told that I missed a great film - an Irish film. I watched the film "On The Line" recently and I was moved. The film itself is an excellent example of what one can achieve with a budget, the director and actors, and the attention to detail of the actors. The story is about a teenage girl, Kyra (Cathleen O'Connor) who is left to raise her brother, Ryan (Cyrus Hughes) and her stepfather, Dermot Mulroney (Matt O'Leary). Dermot is a slacker and Ryan is the workaholic of the family. Both have their reasons for being in the family. Dermot's reasons for being in the family are because he has a girlfriend who he has not seen in years, but he never seems to call her. He also has his relationship with a French teacher who seems to get too much time with him. Dermot seems to be a loser and Ryan seems to be a loser but he seems to be having the time of his life in life with his stepfather. Eventually, Kyra discovers that Dermot has a girlfriend, a girl who does not want to be with Ryan. She does not trust him and even when she does trust him she does not give him a fair shake. As Dermot is leaving the house one day he sees Kyra playing with her brother. This is a very sad scene. He takes her into the kitchen and she tells him that she wants to be with him. He walks away, but he never stops to think what he has done. The next day he calls her and tells her he loves her, but he doesn't seem to know where to go. His mother, Maria (Mary Stavros), decides that she will not let her boyfriend play with her nephew. The movie is very touching. The girl who plays Kyra's mother does an outstanding job. She is strong and she is the best. The movie was made by the director and the actors. It shows the viewer a very personal look at a family who does not show the utmost love to their child, but does show love for all of their children. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for a good film. It will be a film that you will remember.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 02:22

I haven't been able to watch it in a few years, but this film is still available on DVD. A story about the failure of a family, and how one of the children has to escape to find his own destiny. Set in a small town, and with a strong English/Irish flavour, with the scenery, the music, and the acting. It is a drama, that in my opinion is not for everyone. It is hard to get into it, because I don't think that you will like the pace of it. I really like that the ending is different, and if you didn't like the last one, you won't like this one. It is about a family, that is going through a difficult time, and there are some hard times in the family. It is also a very dark film, that has a lot of darkness in it. In the end it doesn't really make any sense, but it is still very sad, and sad that the family had to leave their house, because it was a large house. It is also sad that the family had to leave their home, because the landlord had the children and the wife in his house. The ending was very sad, and really hard to watch. The music in this film is very sad, and the ending was sad, but not in a depressing way. It is a very sad film. The only reason I gave it a 9, is that it had the ending, that you could be able to guess. The ending of the film was not bad. Overall, it is a good film. The acting was good, and the atmosphere was good. I am not sure that the acting was really good. It was a good film, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good drama. 9/10
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 12:00

It has been years since I have seen this film, but I recently discovered it on DVD from the library. It is a very moving film that has the power to move any viewer, even if they haven't seen the first film. The film concerns two friends, Kyra (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Patty (Tracey Walter), who both are entering their late 20's. They have been friends for 10 years but she is planning to go to college, and he is going to the Army, so they no longer go to a lot of restaurants together. Patty has a twin sister who is dying, and she is having a hard time coping with her sister. Kyra is trying to figure out what to do with his life, so he decides to sell his house and move to a new city. Kyra gets a job at a hotel in town, and he finds a girl, Daisy (Dameon St. John), who has the same kind of problems as Patty, and also meets a funny and cleverly-written waitress, Annie (Emma Roberts), who helps him cope with her sister's death. The next day, he learns that she had an affair with a man that she had met on a job, so he decides to go to the police. While he is gone, he is not sure if he can trust Annie. A few days later, he gets a call from Daisy and her new boyfriend, Don (Jim Belushi). She tells him that she has just had a baby, and she's moved out of the city. Don says that he is going to the Army for his training, and they have some final preparations for him. Kyra says that he needs to leave, and he agrees, so he leaves, and on the way to the Army, he meets Patty again, who has fallen in love with him. In the meantime, Daisy gets drunk and hits Kyra's car, and they are both arrested for drunk driving. They get out of jail, but Daisy is fired from her job at the hotel. Daisy is having problems with her baby, and Kyra tries to get her to go to the hospital, but she doesn't want to go. When Daisy gets pregnant, Kyra and Patty decide to get a divorce. But Daisy and Patty want to make it work, so they decide to get a child, so they can try to make it work. As a result of the divorce, Daisy's baby is born, but she is very small, and her mother is very upset. Kyra and Patty visit Daisy at the hospital, and they find out that she is struggling with another boyfriend, John (David Paymer). Kyra is very disappointed that she and Patty aren't together, so she gets an abortion, and when she tells Daisy that she is pregnant, she asks for a refund. They go back to court to try to get a better deal. Daisy is very upset that Kyra has taken her off her birth control pills, so she does not want to have a child, and she blames Kyra for not having a child with her. Kyra tries to get her to agree to give her the child, so that they can save the baby. When they are at the hospital, Daisy says that she wants a baby to raise, but Kyra tells her that she is not ready, and that she is only 29 days pregnant, and she is very upset that she is pregnant again, but Kyra asks that she come to court to get the baby back. She is worried that she will be charged with abandoning her child. Kyra tries to get a lawyer to fight the charges, but she does not have a lot of money, so she goes to the baby's birth home in town. The baby is born

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