Set in Italy, the film follows the lives and interactions of two boys/men, one born a bastard of peasant stock (Depardieu), the other born to a land owner (de Niro). The drama spans from ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Set in Bertolucci's ancestral region of Emilia, the film chronicles the lives of two men during the political turmoils that took place in Italy in the first half on the 20th century.
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WS W (nl) wrote: Cheesy it is, for sure. But it was one of the few with a generally neat story/narrative in recent HK Cinema already.
Peter L (ag) wrote: Everything a sequel to a movie like D13 should be, and more.
Nathaniel B (ru) wrote: Haunting, and deeply, appropriately, unsettlingly, mortifyingly artistic. Mortifying for its poetic pseudo-twist -- dare I say it, history repeats itself.
Brandon C (jp) wrote: Who Framed Roger Rabbit blends the humans and cartoon characters wonderfully!
ibitayo p (fr) wrote: i want to watch the movies anybody to help plsssssssss
k l (it) wrote: Very charming little experimental flick in the tradition of its precursors from the silent era and maybe its French counterparts. There are parts that are truly amazing, most notably the scissor scene, and many moments in first half. But as the film goes on, its lack of narrative becomes a challenge to the attention span. I love the inventiveness, it's a lesson for filmmaking that every film student should see, but I wish there were Daisies had, like ZAZIE DANS LE METRO, etc, had a more clearly defined narrative however insignificant, just to help the audience out a little bit.
Mark S (ag) wrote: Recommended by Pavandeep.
Kent H (kr) wrote: At times the story might get side tracked by other characters. And the ending seemed a bit rushed, and I had a difficult time believing the two men in suits were government agents because of how unprofessional they were. But I definitely enjoyed the film overall, slow paced romance with a sense of wonder...can this man go back in time?
Douglas B (gb) wrote: An awful film - depressing with no redeeming features - not at all funny - involves cruelty to animals. Literally, the worst film I have ever seen.