180 moires

Anna, a beautiful and charming woman, is "trapped" in a hopeless marriage. Neglected by her husband, she decides to run away with the burglar who broke into her house to steal a valuable painting.

Art, crime and infidelity take center stage in this hilarious madcap adventure that proves that sometimes changing your life for the better means turning it around 180 degrees

180 moires is a movies torrent of Giorgos Andreou. The released year of this movie is 2010. There are many actors in this movies torrent, such as Panayiota Vlanti, Mihalis Marinos, Vladimiros Kiriakidis, Nikoleta Karra, Sofia Farazi, Penelope Anastasopoulou, Dimitris Kouroubalis, Giorgos Giannopoulos, Doretta Papadimitriou, Avraam Papadopoulos. There are many categories, such as Romance. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 4.5 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cristiano G (it)

sarcastic vision of a materialistic 80's based future in wich people have lost meaning

Danielle P (ru)

ot worth watching. . . . This movie its actually retarded in how stupid the character Jessica Simpson plays is

Eberhardt v (au)

She owns it completely and captures your emotions for hours after you have seen it. "Leaving" belongs to Kristin Scott Thomas

Ivan D (es)

He just wanted it done, with his visions still intact, and more importantly, his sanity. Maybe if you ask him regarding his devotion to finish "Fitzcarraldo", it will be the same answer. " Herzog said regarding on what he thinks of the Andean jungle. But I love it against my better judgment. I love it very much. I love it. . . ". Now, who would think that Herzog's harsh exploits in the wilderness and a psychological flirt between lunacy and megalomania would root out from his consummate, against all odds passion for his craft? Coppola maybe, with Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" on one hand and a gun on the other. A sigh of relief, if you can still just call it that. But on one side, it's also his sense of closure. It is his ultimate self-affirming test as a filmmaker and as a dreamer. From that point on, the idea of finishing the film ceased to be merely just associated with the succeeding post-production. " Herzog said. I live my life or I end my life with this project. "Without dreams we would be cows in a field, and I don't want to live like that. "Burden of Dreams", although about the agony of filmmaking, can also be seen as a documentary about the generalized significance of personal dreams. And it's quite clear. But he can see, in the distance, the looming presence of the inevitability of failure. He is a man of ambition and larger-than-life aspirations and will stop at nothing to put those into fruition. Budget, time constraints, the force of nature, you name it. Yes, he can quite see the finish line, but he can't go into a full run. But a wholeness that is awfully determined and focused. A soul that is anxious and insecure. A mind that is pessimistic and unsure. And through that, he exposes his mind and soul. It's a combination of a poet's uncommon inner articulacy, an everyday glib of a wisdom man and the dark, declarative enunciation of a doomsday prophet. In these particular scenes, with his thick German accent, his words flow out, eloquent, vibrant, even frightening at times. It's not one of those pedestrian interviews where answers can be immediate, quick and solid. But along those moments, in the middle of each and every scene and triggered by Blank's questions, we hear him speak out. In many sequences, Herzog navigates through the natives' camps, treacherous terrains and dangerous waters seemingly animated by a mission and even carries a smile once in a while. But what Les Blank's "Burden of Dreams" has captured brilliantly is his internal descent into a void of questions and uncertainties. Hell, he even got shot in the middle of an interview and could not care less. Herzog, known for his deeply tranquil voice (especially in his numerous films where he incorporates poetic narrations), is quite unsurprising in his display of passiveness in an environment that demands otherwise. Perhaps that's a consolation. But he never snapped, at least not on the verge of suicide. Looking at the things he is trying to fend off at the time, the likes of turbulent rapids, malicious rumors and political power struggles (not to mention the almost biblical task of moving a steamboat up a hill), a feeling of despair creeping within is not asking much. But ironically, throughout the film, Werner Herzog shows an unusually calm demeanor. But this documentary, capturing the legendary filmmaker's seemingly inexhaustible grasp to his ambitions in the middle of an Andean disillusionment, provocatively shows Herzog in near surrender (his film career) and without regard to the future. Of course, Herzog never stayed true to his words as he still kept on generating great films after great films since. Somewhere near the end of "Burden of Dreams", Herzog stated that he 'shouldn't make movies anymore' after the emotional, physical and intellectual drain that is "Fitzcarraldo"

jimmi l (ag)

vad mere kan man onske sig :). Warning: Contains Violence,nudity & rivers of blood

Ms Amanda J (gb)

hat's really what we wanna see, instead of Porkys-esque sleaze on the slopes!. This movie isn't about hot dogs (they don't even get to make a cameo)

Scott C (au)

Flixster desperately needs editors. Also, they need to change the release date here. 92% tomato rating??? This movie is terrible!!! Culturally insulting and so not funny

Veniea T (ca)