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Beasts of No Nation YTS
Beasts of No Nation YTS
2015
Action / Drama / War
97
7.7/10
85.8K
2 hr 17 min

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Plot Summary:
Based on the experiences of Agu, a child fighting in the civil war of an unnamed, fictional West African country. Follows Agu’s journey as he’s forced to join a group of soldiers. While he fears his commander and many of the men around him, his fledgling childhood has been brutally shattered by the war raging through his country, and he is at first torn between conflicting revulsion and fascination.
Director
Cary Joji Fukunaga
Top Cast
Idris Elba as Commandant

Jude Akuwudike as Supreme Commander Dada Goodblood

Kurt Egyiawan as 2nd I-C

Richard Pepple as Father Friday


Beasts of No Nation 2015 720p.BluRay

1.16 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 17 min
Seeds 21.

Beasts of No Nation 2015 1080p.BluRay

2.33 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 17 min
Seeds 23.

Beasts of No Nation review

Reviewed by evanston_dad

8 / 10

I Feel Almost Obligated to Watch Films Like This
I’ve heard more than one person say that they can’t watch a movie like “Beasts of No Nation.” It’s a sentiment I understand. After all, who really wants to watch a movie about child soldiers recruited to become killers in savage African civil wars? But these things are happening, and the bare minimum I can if I want to respect myself as a citizen of the world is to watch movies about it, and fictional ones at that. This isn’t even a documentary.

And if people can get past the premise, they will find themselves watching a gripping film. A tough one, yes, and one that might make your stomach churn. But it’s extremely well made, with excellent performances from child actor Abraham Attah and Idris Elba, as the child protagonist and the leader who recruits him, respectively. This young child experiences a multitude of things, any one of which would permanently scar virtually anyone. And the film doesn’t offer a contrived happy-ish ending to reward us for sitting through the suffering, which is one of the things I most appreciated about it. Because let’s be honest; is there even a remote chance that stories like the one told here could end happily?

In this year of bickering about the whiteness of the Oscars, this film and its lack of nominations being held up repeatedly as an example, I can at least feel like I did my part — you don’t get much further away from white Hollywood and the stories it likes to tell than this film.

Grade: A-Read More