Tanna (2015) 1080p YIFY Movie

Tanna (2015) 1080p

Tanna is a movie starring Mungau Dain, Marie Wawa, and Marceline Rofit. Set on a remote Pacific island, covered in rain forest and dominated by an active volcano, this heartfelt story, enacted by the Yakel tribe, tells of a sister's...

IMDB: 6.91 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.63G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 100
  • IMDB Rating: 6.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 259 / 238

The Synopsis for Tanna (2015) 1080p

Set on a remote Pacific island, covered in rain forest and dominated by an active volcano, this heartfelt story, enacted by the Yakel tribe, tells of a sister's loyalty, a forbidden love affair and the pact between the old ways and the new.

The Director and Players for Tanna (2015) 1080p

[Director]Martin Butler
[Role:]Charlie Kahla
[Role:]Marceline Rofit
[Role:]Marie Wawa
[Role:]Mungau Dain

The Reviews for Tanna (2015) 1080p

A unique and beautiful film let-down by a generic plot lineReviewed byeddie_bagginsVote: 5/10

The fact that the little known Australian backed film Tanna was nominated this year at the Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language category is quite the feat.

A film that barely saw recognition when it was released in Australian cinemas early last year, Tanna all of a sudden found itself competing on the world's biggest cinematic stage and it's lovely to see such a low key Australian effort make it to the Dolby Theatre, even if Martin Butler and Bentley Dean's film isn't the sum of its parts.

Before delving into Tanna the film, it's worth noting that the very fact that this movie exists and the background behind it makes it a film worth talking about, if not a film you'll be recommending to many people come the closing credits.

An Australian/Vanuatu co-production that's filmed entirely in one of the local islands native dialects and stars villagers of the country who are not only non-professional's, but also actors who'd never seen a camera let alone a motion picture, directors Martin Butler and Bentley Dean went too great lengths to bring this true story to life.

Like a real life stripped backed Romeo and Juliet, Tanna tells the story of lovebirds Dain and Wawa as they fight to be together against the rules of their tribe and people and are outcast, left to traverse the naturally beautiful landscape of their surrounds.

It's within this that Butler and Dean deliver some truly stunning cinematography and bring about naturalistic performances from their learning on the job cast, these elements combine and work together wonderfully with acclaimed composer Antony Partos's score and Gladiator songstress Lisa Gerrard's vocals and it gives Tanna a much needed boost when its less successful combinations come to the forefront.

For such a unique motion picture it's a real shame Tanna's central story feels so generic and unengaging, we never feel a connection to Dain and Wawa, partly due to skin deep performances but largely due to the delivery of stilted dialogue and a fact that the actual story itself isn't that original.

You can't help but escape the feeling that such a one-off piece of work would've benefited from taking more risks with its narrative and while it can't be an easy task for foreign filmmakers to work in the conditions that Tanna set itself up for, there's never an excuse for a film of this ilk to delve into boredom inducing lulls or such forceful script work, no matter the language.

Final Say –

Full credit to the Australian film industry for getting behind such a grand vision and what a fantastic cue for such a low-key Australian event to find itself a whole new audience on the biggest stage in Hollywood but while Tanna is a pretty and well intentioned tale of forbidden romance in a totally majestical setting, there's nothing that special about the story it tells or how it tells it, making Tanna a disappointing but a never less than curious affair.

2 1/2 angry volcano's out of 5

Deserves a bigger audienceReviewed bysharonhalstead-743-122945Vote: 8/10

I've been trying to expand my horizons outside of my usual genre so I chose Tanna as an experiment and I'm glad I did. Unusual in that the cast are not professional actors but the actual tribe members that live on the island. They did an excellent job, better than some professionals I have seen. Story is simple; several tribes that inhabit the island have a custom of arranged marriages between tribes in order to keep the peace between them. One young woman and man from the same tribe are in love yet she is chosen to be the bride offering that year to another, warlike tribe. The young couple run off together to try to make a life and we see the trials they go through as well as the effect this has on all the tribes. I can't say much more than that but found out at the end this was based on a true story. Well worth watching for the story, the beautiful scenery and witnessing the workings of a much simpler and freer culture than mine here in the United States.

A film everyone should watchReviewed byTarsitiusVote: 9/10

That does not mean: A Disney cartoon for toddler and parents. Rather for a mature audience who knows about other civilizations. Not in space, but at remote places and during Paleolithic.

This film contains a rare combination of different themes: - the Romeo and Juliette drama - an ethnographic study, although it remains or must remain superficial, such that one seems to understand the cultural issues, which can hardly be possible in reality. - a nature film, with the primeval forest and a volcanic landscape as background - an escape/pursuit film (alike FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE, but without helicopter)

Also important the depiction of living in tribes which was also our common style during most of the time of the existence of humans.

For the fugitives, a window of opportunity is opened once they meet Christians. So we get instructed which role a common belief like a universal religion has in the formation of big societies.

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