Download The Water Diviner (2014) Dual Audio (Hindi 5.1 and English 5.1) with 720p Quality in size 1GB. This movie is based on Drama, History, War, which Russell Crowe directs, Starring by Russell Crowe, Olga Kurylenko, Jai Courtney. You can download The Water Diviner (2014) Dual Audio full movie and also watch it online.
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Release date: 3 April 2015
Director: Russell Crowe
Music by: David Hirschfelder
Box office: $38.2 million
Produced by: Troy Lum; Andrew Mason; Keith Rodger
Awards: AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, AACTA Award for Best Film, AACTA Award for Best Costume Design
After the Gallipoli Campaign, an Australian man travels to Turkey. He established a relationship with a beautiful Turkish woman who owned the hotel where he was staying. He remains hopeful and is a veteran of the war with the help of Turkish officials suffering from war.
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Language: Dual Audio
Size: 300MB & 1GB
Quality: 480p & 720p
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This is not another war movie. The story originally covered two lesser-known aspects of the face of World War I. One got nothing and the other lost almost everything. Kurylenko and Bastoni are great in the role of Turkey (this is the first time I’ve heard a foreigner see Turkey in this movie). It is natural for fake Turkish Turks and Gesture Crows and Turkish soldiers to move from enemy to friend. Carefully spray humor to loosen the softness of the contents. It’s not a historical documentary. “No record. We are neither the Ottoman Empire nor the Germans.” Burnt document scene (the Middle East in the 1920s seems to be quite chaotic).
Clearly, there was pressure to “store within 2 hours”. It was an Australian movie (a scene where I met my father for 10 minutes). Other components were developed as quickly as editing. If so, I expect a cut of at least 15-20 minutes. In general, I like it. This is a very good job worthy of a certain 8/10.