Results for "author_first: Peter, author_last: Weir"
The Way Back A World War II prison break, survival, and morality tale about the power of forgiveness as an ideal to animate a lifetime.
The Truman Show A quixotic tale speaks to our yearnings to explore a wider world and find the kind of love that makes our heart turn somersaults.
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World A rattling good sea saga filled with two first-class performances, a memorable portrait of friendship, and a substantive exploration of leadership.
Fearless A formidable and unforgettable film about mystery, near-death experiences, and redemptive love.
Green Card An appealing romantic comedy directed by Peter Weir.
Dead Poets Society A charismatic and unconventional teacher who tells his students to seize the day and make their lives extraordinary.
The Mosquito Coast Examines the consequences of father's egotism on his family.
Witness A poetic and moving film about the collision between two worlds incarnated in a big city cop and an Amish woman.
The Year of Living Dangerously A suspenseful, stylish drama about a journalist and the local man who helps him in Indonesia during the last year of Sukarno's reign.
Gallipoli A powerful World War I drama about some Australian soldiers fighting in Turkey that depicts the horror and tragedy of war.