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Malayalam Movie Download Kills On Wheels

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Malayalam Movie Download Kills On Wheels: http://urllio.com/r62j4

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646f9e108c This is a meaningful action-comedy of a wheelchair-bound assassin gang. Driven by despair and fear of becoming useless, a 20 year-old boy, his friend, and an ex-fireman offer their services to the mafia. But things are not what they seem. The boundaries between reality and fiction blur and the story becomes a whirling kaleidoscope showing us gangsters and gunfights, but also the challenge of life in a wheelchair and the pain caused by a father's rejection.
Two disabled teenagers looking for a reason to live, team up with a wheelchaired hitman.
Killing dogs and helpless animals for the sake of a movie is inexcusable in my book.<br/><br/>Also there is a LOT of cigarette smoking. Pushing a movie with disabled people with a lot of smoking, it just rolls wrong.<br/><br/>I&#39;m sick of how foreign movies viciously kill animals to save money, and then they get accolades for it. <br/><br/>In order to make sure I have enough words I&#39;d like to point out to U who are looking for a hidden gem in independent movies, &#39;Prometheus Trap&quot; and &#39;Queen to Play&#39;
&#39;Kills on Wheels&#39; (or &#39;Tiszta szívvel&#39; if you&#39;re my wife - translating along the lines of something more like &#39;Pure Heart&#39;).<br/><br/>The English title is a bit simplistic and attempts to dumb down the film to make it more attractive for popcorn fodder. And, yes, while this is a film that involves people in wheelchairs that may or may not take the lives of some of Hungary&#39;s, and Serbia&#39;s, less law- abiding citizens, there is a bit more going on here than just that. <br/><br/>Rupaszov is a disabled former fireman, recently freed from prison for shooting a police officer when losing his way after an accident that left him paralysed from the waist down. Randomly, he befriends young Zolika and Barba, two disabled youths living in a care home. Taking them to a club to get drunk, he uses them as his assistants in his deeds for Serbian drug baron, Rados, under the belief that nobody would suspect a cripple. <br/><br/>Soon, Rupaszov&#39;s talent for picking-off Rados&#39; enemies gains him a nice income and the Serbian offers him big money to take out his key rivals. But, on learning that his seated hit-man has been using accomplices, Rados soon sets about making sure all three are &#39;taken care of.&#39; <br/><br/>On the face of it, the premise is that of a low-level gangster movie, with the disabled element adding something of a twist. But with writer-director Atilla Till having volunteered in care homes; and with some of the leads and most of the extras disabled themselves, this is more a film about the lives of two young kids with disability trying to find their place in the world. Much like we all do at their age. <br/><br/>Zolika struggles to accept his estranged father&#39;s payment for his potentially life-saving operation, believing his disability is the cause of his parent&#39;s divorce. This leads to some quite personal scenes of novice actor Zoltan Fenyvesi. Rupaszov&#39;s physiotherapy is always accompanied by various disabled extras demonstrating rehabilitation methods in the background. But these physical challenges are played alongside more comical ones: Barba struggling to input the correct number at a vending machine; and Rupaszov unable to even flinch at being stabbed in the leg.<br/><br/>The true story of the film is Zolika and Barba&#39;s regular attendance at conventions in attempts

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