Belfast (2021) 1080p YIFY Movie

Belfast (2021) 1080p

A young boy and his working class family experience the tumultuous late 1960s.

IMDB: 7.81 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.81G
  • Resolution: 1920*1040 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 98
  • IMDB Rating: 7.8/10 
  • MPR: PG-13
  • Peers/Seeds: 158 / 529

The Synopsis for Belfast (2021) 1080p

A young boy and his working class family experience the tumultuous late 1960s.

The Director and Players for Belfast (2021) 1080p

[Role:]Lewis McAskie
[Role:]Jude Hill
[Role:]Caitriona Balfe
[Role:Director]Kenneth Branagh

The Reviews for Belfast (2021) 1080p

Intimate past self portrait of looking back at a haunting change.Reviewed byblanbrnVote: 7/10

Writer and director Kenneth Branagh really gets close and up front and intimate with his personal growing up awakening drama "Belfast". As the director claims it was of his past early life growing up in the late 60's in Northern Ireland. The film done in black and white captures the times and mood of the late 60's with the music and costumes, as we see young boy Buddy(Jude Hill) facing the trials and up and down times of family and life. However to make things complex even more the country and town both are going thru tense like uprisings of violence that involve religious and political differences. Still thru and thru Buddy's family remains tough and solid as stern Granny(the great Judi Dench) shines. And the biggest scene stealer is Caitriona Balfe as Buddy's tough loving overprotective mom who always does and wants the right thing for her family. Really this film is intimate a touching one of love and family a timely felt showcase that shows emotions and being tough outlast stormy and uncertain times. Director Kenneth Branagh has really scored here with a fine compelling personal epic family drama.

P.S : I like Turkish Delights :)Reviewed byjack_o_hasanov_imdbVote: 7/10

First of all, after watching the trailer of this movie, I wasn't interested. I knew it was about Northern Ireland issues, but I didn't know about "The Troubles". To be honest, I decided to watch this movie after it won multiple nominations at the Academy Awards. I think it's a good movie. As much as I don't know much about Ireland and Northern Ireland, I never got bored of this movie. I did some research on the known events. Religion, Religion, Religion and Religion again, is the biggest problem. Acting was great. Jude Hill did a great job (just wow). And Jamie Dornan knew how to act well :) Judi Dench, Ciaran Hinds, Caitriona Balfe also did goog job. I will have a bad criticism about the movie. This movie tried to imitate "Rome". It is a semi-autobiography film, nostalgic and black and white. Why black and white? First of all, I liked that the movie as black and white. But in recent years they've been taking this route to show good cinematography. Why ? I think this must end. Overall a good movie. I'm sure it will win awards at the Academy Awards. Will the best movie win? I'm not sure. Should it win ? I don't think so.

P. S : I like Turkish Delights :)

BelfastReviewed byPrismark10Vote: 7/10

To some it would come as a surprise that Kenneth Branagh is from Northern Ireland.

He never hid the fact that his family moved to Britain once the Troubles started in the late 1960s.

Once they arrived Branagh had to modify his Irish accent to fit in.

The semi autobiographical Belfast expands on the forces that drove Branagh's parents to take the momentous step to move away from their homeland.

Starting off in colour, it moves into black and white. Buddy is playing with other children in his neighbourhood. It is 1969 and both Protestants and Catholics live on the same street.

Suddenly shocking violence erupts, a Protestant mob wants to force the Catholics out.

In this turmoil, Buddy's dad who works as a carpenter in London contemplates moving to the mainland. Not helped by the financial woes over a tax demand.

For Buddy it also means leaving behind his grandparents and the girl he fancies at school.

For his dad, he is being pressurized to choose sides. It is no coincidence that one of the movies the family watches at the cinema is High Noon.

The Troubles is now mainly consigned to history. I speak to my children in the past tense as to my experience of growing up during the IRA bombing campaign ranging from the 1970s to the 1990s.

There was always a danger that visiting a city centre in the mainland during Christmas meant the risk of some kind of car bomb suddenly going off. In fact there was a day when I was stuck in a traffic jam meaning I was delayed getting to place that was earlier blown up by an IRA bomb.

Belfast has been called nostalgic, having a thin plot. It is life affirming but does not shy away from the turmoil. It is framed in a child's viewpoint, wonderfully played by Jude Hill.

The events of the film are still relevant. Brexit has placed dangers on the Good Friday Agreement. The present Tory government is cynically playing fast and loose with it. The impact of the Troubles must never be forgotten.

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