(also "La Reine Margot") (1994) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Patrice Chereau.
This is not a film for children. [NR] (JAF)
Quest For Fire (1981) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud.
Suggested by a TWM User. See the sections on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction
and History Goes to the Movies
The Quiet American (2002) MPAA Rating: R for images of violence and some language; Director: Phillip Noyce.
The scene is Vietnam in the 1950s as the French are being defeated and the Americans are getting ready to become involved. The CIA station chief falls in love with the girlfriend of a British reporter who plots revenge. The movie is interesting and arresting but slight on content for educational purposes. [ITO] (JAF)
The Quiet Man (1952) No MPAA Rating; Director: John Ford.
This John Wayne vehicle, directed by the renowned John Ford, contains good information about the ridiculousness of Irish courting and fighting rituals in the early 1900s. However, the fighter who would not fight ends up in a fight which results with no harm and the combatants becoming friends. It contains good lessons on Catholic/Protestant toleration. It's an interesting film but we can't figure out a way to make it worthwhile as a teaching tool. [ITO] (JAF)
Quills (2000) MPAA Rating: R for strong sexual content including dialogue, violence and language; Director: Philip Kaufman.
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