Starring Russell Crowe and Olga Kurylenko, 'The Water Diviner' is an epic adventure set in the aftermath of the devastating battle of Gallipoli in Turkey during World War I. Australian farmer Joshua Connor travels to Istanbul to discover the fate of his sons, reported missing in action. Battling against government bureaucracy, foreign traditions and armed forces in the still war-torn country, Connor embarks on a perilous journey to find the truth about his sons. 'The Water Diviner' is an extraordinary tale of love, hope and heroism.
after watching the trailer i didnt really rush into ordering this thinking it looked a bit dull however on watching soon changed my mind it took you on an emotional journey where you could really empathise with the characters told all my workmates about thisthe next morning andwould definitely recommend this one.
Crowe doesn't do too bad in this. Cannot stand him, but at least he has stopped over-acting quite so much. Plus does roles that don't stretch the imagination of him being large and tough....like Gladiator, where he looked like a lost Australian truck driver in a dusty car park. Well made film though, and Ollie showed him how it was done, even though he just about at end of his stay.
Lived down the road from Ollie, and he was a true one-off. Colourful 24/7 was our Oll