Dydd Llun, 8 Chwefror 2016, 2:00 yh & 7:30 yh
2014, Yr Emiradau Arabaidd Unedig | Qatar | Iorddonen | UK, 100 munud, (15)
Cyfarwyddwr – Naji Abu Nowar
Mae Theeb (sy’n golygu Blaidd) wedi’i gosod yn Arabia ym 1916 gan ddefnyddio Bedwiniaid amhroffesiynol gan fwyaf, yn adrodd hanes dau fachgen Bedowinaidd ifanc sy’n gorfod tyfu i fyny’n gyflym wrth iddynt fynd ar siwrnai beryglus ar draws yr anialwch i dywys swyddog o Brydain at ei gyrchfan gyfrinachol. Stori i dwymo’r galon ynghylch perthynas frawdol sy’n cael ei chyfleu’n gyfoethog gan yr actorion ifanc gyda sinematograffeg gwirioneddol drawiadol.
SGÔR Y GYNULLEIDFA – 90%
- Thanks for screening this film yesterday. It had me on the edge of my seat. I couldn’t believe the way in which Theeb grew up before our eyes in what (I can only imagine) was a short space in time.
- Wonderful scenery (not that I would want to live there, mind). Excellent acting from the young lead actor. One of those films where you can never guess what is going to happen next – v. enjoyable twists and turns. For once a Film Club that I didn’t feel that was too long.
- A remarkable achievement.
- Enthralling if somewhat grim. Fantastic desert scenery.
- Filming of the highest order – Brilliant.
- Beautiful, thought provoking, poetic film. My kind of film. Loved it.
- Beautifully shot. The clash between the old and new world.
- Excellent plot. Good cast especially the boy Theeb. ‘Revenge is a dish best served cold’!
- Very interesting film. Arresting!
- Beautiful and savage – beautifully slow paced.
- For most of its length it was very gripping and interesting. It slowed down towards the end, but overall it was excellent.
- Beautifully shot, excellent child actor – a moody slow-burner.
- Great cinematography – wonderful use of scenery + sense of place.
- Visually & aurally stunning. So much from the point of view of the child who spoke little.
- Haunting music, lovely scenery, thought provoking.