As the most popular North Korean production of the 1980s, Bellflower earned lead actress O Mi-ran the honorific title "People's Actor." O's character, Jin Song Rim, strives to turn her humble mountain hometown of Pyokgye-ri into a model socialist village. Released when the economic foundations of the DPRK were starting to tremble, Bellflower praises the spirit of workers who accept their roles and work for the betterment of the nation. ~ Korea Society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Miguel A (jp) wrote: "Undisputed Truth" cumpre a sua quota de momentos marcantes, e de certa maneira maneira superior ao documentrio de Kusturica sobre Maradona, mas claramente dirigido a um pblico que cresceu habituado aos maneirismos de Tyson e dos personagens na sua vida. Para os restantes no fcil apanhar a boleia narrativa de Tyson, que, alm de ser um gosto que necessita de ser trabalhado, parece sempre demasiado trgico para chegar a hilariante.
Robin B (au) wrote: An excellent, engaging portrait of an amazing sleight of hand artist and scholar of magic-- we saw it with a sold out crowd at Film Forum in New York
kwanjana k (nl) wrote: I know it's gonna suck, i've time to waste anyway.
Samantha S (us) wrote: Mediocre college movie. Made me laugh at times but no where near as good as the classics. Jeremy Piven even plays the college dude the same way as he plays an agent...or maybe he plays an agent the same as a college dude.
Shirley Y (br) wrote: Because it is a great movie
Sarah G (kr) wrote: I fogot all about this. Watched it when it first came out and it was brilliant, could have been far better with great cast. Marc Warren didn't really suit the role and it just became laughable towards the end. When downhill once Rafe Spall's character was killed off...
Arin D (mx) wrote: Though Isabele Huppert doesn't look the 14 years she is supposed to be in this movie, she still does an amazing job - a fragile yet sharp character, neither completely sympathetic nor utterly hateful. The problems are more in the direction. Chabrol's movie goes over the events leading up to the film's savage denouement in great detail. You're not sure why he employs flashback in some parts; why we are invited to sympathize with the lead character (Violette Noziere, the teen temptress/jilted lover) in contrast to her 'blameless' parents. While also building up her pathetic victimhood in the cause of love, Chabrol goes through some contortions to show how fickle Violette is, etc. Real life (it is based on a true case) has these contradictions, but in film, it depends on the treatment? I came away without a sense of where Chabrol was leading the viewer. One doesn't feel that the character is complex, just that Chabrol isn't sure how to portray her.
Zoe Z (ru) wrote: Not bad, a bit slow. Nice cinematography of the spanish countryside.
Hannah P (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this movie. I thought the acting was very good and the plot was interesting. It kept me on my toes and had a lovely ending.