1000 Journals

1000 Journals

Director Andrea Kreuzhage documents the 1000 Journals Project, an ongoing collaborative experiment, created by Nathan Blaney who attempts to follow 1000 journals throughout their travels. The goal of the project is to provide a method for interaction and shared creativity among friends and strangers.

In the summer of 2000, a graphic designer from San Francisco, California, who calls himself Someguy, launched 1000 blank journals into the world. One came back. Where are the other 999? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


1000 Journals torrent reviews

Sandrine J (kr) wrote: I enjoyed the film, I found it interesting but I don't understand the title. Has he saved anyone in his life ? Why is his life heroic ? DId he save himself from his inner demons ?

Trey B (ru) wrote: This movie sucks; give it to a Luigi!

Dave J (ru) wrote: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 (2004) When Will I Be Loved DRAMA A low budget indie film, I'm incapable to understand the corralation if there is one but as far as I can see this film is very basic that could've been explained in a 45 minute drama show which centers on shallow Neve Campbell being associated with two time loser of a boyfriend leading to the unevitable! (Spoilers) The ending had the boyfriend punching this old guy to the ground which killed him because of a where he hit his head as a result of a punch, forcing Neve to call the police to take his boyfriend away was very robotic! 1 out of 4

Golia K (ca) wrote: "- As you go through life, there will be no shortage of people who will tell you how to live. They'll have all the answers for you, what you should do, what you shouldn't do. Don't argue with them. You know, say "Yes, that's a brilliant, brilliant idea," and then do what you want. And whenever you're right, strive for originality. But if you have to steal, steal from the best. Oh, oh, and if you take very good care of your styptic pencil and dry it after every shave, it will last longer than most relationships that you're in."

Montse I (jp) wrote: Me gusta esta pelcula tanto o ms que Tierra o Los amantes del crculo polar. Definitivamente puede considerarse a Julio Medem como uno de los directores ms importantes y ms creativos del cine espaol de los noventa.

RJohn X (de) wrote: totally weird movie. It starts out with a sock hop frat boy making proposals to his girlfriend. Then a vampire attacks, I think. The police officer who has figured out that its a vampire who is committing all the crimes ends up with his head smashed in the vampire's grave. Meanwhile the woman from the first attack gives birth to a baby that is not alive, but grows who up. Then that kid turns into a forty year old night college student who is taking his vampire father's stupid class on the occult. There is a party and some sex. Then this one girl who is in the occult class begs to become a vampire but ends up dead in the shower. Then there is a seance. After a short possession, the vampire kid takes his new girlfriend upstairs to make it while the rest of their friends are eaten by the vampire. All the noise makes the vampire kid come running. He fights his vampire dad and stakes him. After this the vampire kid turns into a full blown hungry vampire who eats his best girl. Or at least that is what the ending leaves us to believe. Weird movie.

Tim S (kr) wrote: One would think that this is a great premise for a great story and a great film, but the problem is that Monuments Men never gets you really interested in any of the characters. They probably should have focused on one German, one American, and perhaps one French or Belgian. Instead, you have a disjointed plot skipping around Europe and you end up caring very little for any of it. Using big name stars only makes you more separated from the characters, the period of time, and the story itself. It would have been much better if they had used good actors little known to the public, or if they are going to use famous actors, shrink the story down to focus on only a few people and develop those characters more. The Train, a great 1964 movie with Burt Lancaster and Paul Scofield, touched on the same subject and did a lot more with a lot less. One detail of the movie that really annoyed me was that they made up the character of Preston Savitz, played by Bob Balaban. This character was based on Lincoln Kirstein, who brought George Balanchine to New York from Russia. Together they later established the New York City Ballet after the war. He was a remarkable enough character on his own to warrant a film. It was his vast knowledge of art that led to him and architect Robert Posey (played by Bill Murray) in finding the Ghent Altarpiece-- the central piece of art in the film. Kirstein was very tall and had very strong features-- very different than Bob Balaban. They should have made the entire film revolve around Lincoln Kirstein-- you would have ended up caring about his character they you would have ended up with a much more engaging and satisfying picture.

Cody M (br) wrote: There's a great movie in here somewhere, if you look aside all meandering story and distracting casting.

Budge B (au) wrote: One of Pasolini's trilogy of films exploring the story-telling tradition ("Decameron" and "Arabian Nights" are the other two), and a central storyline which is probably the most familiar of the three for British, if not other, English speaking audiences. Pilgrims assemble at a tavern in Southwark to begin their journey to Canterbury and the martyr's burial place.Chaucer's central conceit, in writing the "Canterbury Tales", was that here we have a collection of apparently devout individuals, setting out on a pilgrimage, a journey of discovery and faith, yet they find the notion so inherently boring they have to spice it up by telling one another bawdy and decidedly not very spiritually uplifting tales. The moral of the tale is in the moralities of the tellers!Pasolini turns the tables on poor old Geoffrey Chaucer. In this film, Chaucer is stripped of his artistic integrity and satirical pen, to become a hen-pecked husband who scribbles erotic tales for his own amusement and gratification. But, of course, the director himself plays the part of Chaucer!And the tales are bawdy. The costumes, settings and action is surreal. A fine actor like Huw Griffiths is reduced to a caricature by the dubbed Italian and the subtitles. Pasolini demands a melodramatic acting style, a throwback to the storytelling times - and there are moments in the film where he pays homage to Chaplin and the Keystone Cops. The bawdy, slapstick nature of comedy is timeless. And silent comedy, mime, is equally a part of a living, storytelling tradition.Chaucer's characters flow across the screen. The Wife of Bath is insatiable. Tom Baker reveals all, but this was before his Dr.Who days! The action descends into Hell ... a pastiche of Hieronymus Bosch's vision. Pasolini keeps returning to themes of brotherhood, deceit and deception. He explores male bonding and friendship ... and its potential for corruption. Three friends try to outwit one another, but only Death triumphs. Death is no fearful spectre, but a consummate teller of tales, a manipulator of reality.This is a triumphantly funny and bawdy little romp into English literature, a roller-coaster ride of individual idiosyncrasies and frailties. Exotic, surreal, and outrageous in places, it's an entertaining and engrossing film.