Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 2011 Movie Review: The British government expert on salmon and consultant Yemeni sheikh on blatant fantasy, work together to plant the salmon in the sand that will irrigate the tree of their love.
According to the director, the Lasse Hallström, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 2011 is best characterized as what the Americans say inspirational comedy, and if not tipotallo film definitely needed a amerikanikotita the field of production, to reach the required by scenario generosity Saudi prince in geodiamorfosis works fantastically.
Thus, problems of similar ambitious film project starts from Britishness, with a limited set piece in a desert that Hallström should not only cover half the movie but a very inspiring – through its protagonists – to stay there forever and necessarily resorting to easy sentimentality and other advice book cheap seductions.
From above, the scenario appears to Simon Beaufoy flattened as outdated, political humor, and other novel which was based filmmaker creating space to expand even further the patented pastry, resulting in Fishing is bearable only in the first arc , when the friction of the “unwilling” love of Ewan McGregor by Emily Blunt takes a few sparks.
Then the great inspirational story that sells the promotion of the film, typically evidenced nutshell for travel on rivers gruel, and formulaic that sheik played by Amr Waked makes you nostalgic something memorable Costas Voutsa, especially in the scenes of any paralyzing action.