Definitely a worth wile movie to watch, regardless of its overthrowing qualities and contrived passions. A traumatized war photo-journalist, returns home from kurdistan, taking the pictures more that he can hoard. But not just the pictures, he is consulted by the psychiatrist and the movie unfolds. The movie hits rock bottom when his psychiatrist tells him "We can't take the pain away, we have to live with it forever...this is called life" when the protagonist is lying on his bed. Collin Ferrell acting is great like always (Cassandra's dream, In bruges). Overall he does justice to the movie. To be honest this movie seems as it is well behind its time, in moments i felt like it was 80's film. What i actually mean is the movie would have nominated for awards if it was 80's, 2010 was a wrong time. The overall acting is good,I like the score too, the worst part is the movie itself. The movie doesn't lead us anywhere, nonetheless this movie is different than other in the respect that, it doesn't attenuates like other movie. It only gets denser after every minute of it. Last but no the least great story this movie had potential and i myself was expecting much from it but overall the movie is mediocre. 6/10
Triage (2009) 1080p YIFY Movie
Triage (2009) 1080p
Triage is a movie starring Colin Farrell, Jamie Sives, and Paz Vega. The wife of a photojournalist sets out to discover why he came home from a recent assignment without his colleague.
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The Synopsis for Triage (2009) 1080p
Mark and David are best friends, photo journalists going from war to war. In the spring of 1988, they're in Kurdistan, at an isolated mountain clinic, waiting for an offensive. David's had enough - he wants to go home to Dublin to his pregnant wife. He leaves, with Mark promising to follow in a few days. A week or so later, Mark's home after being wounded, but David's not been heard from. Mark's slow recovery and uncharacteristic behavior alarm his girlfriend, Elena, who asks her grandfather, a Spanish psychologist, to come to Dublin to help. Are there things the carefree and detached journalist is bottling up? Is he a casualty of war?
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Contrived PassionsReviewed byParag_AdhikariVote: 6/10
Triage is a term used for humanity killing of a seriously wounded. This film starts off with teaching us this, by some war photographers experiencing this in Kurdistan, a region where the Kurds live, in the border of the Asian countries of Turkey, Iran and Syria.
The two befriended experienced Irish war photographers are getting tired of being exposed to war, and one feel more than the other that this has to end. They want to go back to their beloved back home. But they split up, and when Mark gets back home he is changed. His partner hasn't shown up, though it's just days until he's to become a father.
This film is well done, but starts too slow. It might put you off. But this is the only place this story fails, because when now 91 years old Christopher Lee (in the film 86 years old, just as he was back then when filming) enters the film grows by yards! Showing which amazing actor he is, still filming actively 4-6 films each year, with more than 200 films in his belt, the latest is the 2nd and 3rd Hobbit-films as Saruman.
He boosts the interest in the film by his mere presence, as the grandfather of Mark's beloved. He enters as the wise man and savior. And up the film goes from a 4/10 to a 7/10. Amazing!
This film deserved better than a straight-to-DVD release.
The story begins in Iraqi Kurdistan, shortly before Saddam Hussein gassed thousands of Kurds to quell a rebellion. Colin Farrell and Jamie Sives portray two photojournalists who ride along with the rebels. Because the Kurds have no real army or government, medical care given to the wounded is...frugal. Farrell's character, Mark, converses with a doctor who believes in relieving people's suffering. Mark initially finds it hard to understand the doctor's point of view. Sives' character, David, decides to quit rather than take one more chance and starts a long walk back from the front lines. The next thing we see is a wounded Mark (Colin Farrell) and we don't know what happened to David.
The rest of the film takes place in Ireland, sort of. It moves back and forth from scenes of Mark's life as the traumatized husband of a beautiful woman who feels locked out by his shell-shocked remoteness, and Mark's various wartime memories, as he describes them to his wife's grandfather, a therapist who once treated war criminals. The therapist starts to figure out from the threads of Mark's different stories what might have happened to David. What is fascinating is Mark's unconscious selection of images from his mind that inadvertently reveal the truth to the therapist. As a therapist myself, this was the most interesting part of the movie for me.
Farrell convincingly portrays a man wracked by grief and guilt. Christopher Lee is excellent as a somewhat egomaniacal healer whose political views differ from those of his daughter. The rest of the cast is also good and Paz and Farrell seem to have sexual chemistry.