In a mental institution the patients see themselves as people like Jesus, Lázaro, Marta, Maria, Adão, Eve, Sonia, Raskolnikov, Aliosha e Ivan Karamasov, a Philosopher, a Profet, Santa Teresa d'Avila, reciting the Divine Comedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Divina Comédia
Patients in a mental institution see themselves as Adam and Eve, Sonia and Raskolnikov, a Philosopher and a Prophet, Alyosha and Ivan Karamazov, Jesus, Lazarus, Martha, Mary and St Teresa of Avila.
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Archibald T (au) wrote: A post apocalyptic world has struck a family of four. They've gone into survival mode once civilization suddenly collapsed. Other survivors have gone a much different route. For some reason, people have turned into a vicious evil. Not zombies, but instead as a bunch of raving lunatics with guns, willing to kill anyone and take their belongings. It's survival of the fittest in these trying times. So, the family has been stuck in the city during the apocalypse. They're running out of hiding places from all the crazies lurking about. The father of the group decides they head to Dover's Bend. Supposedly they'll be safe there, but really it's not safe anywhere. You see aside from the savages taking over, there's a strange invisible force that's stalking the family. In one such scene, father and son go walking in the woods until a noise is heard sending both into a panic frenzy of not knowing what it is that surrounds them. The son firing off a shot at whatever it is that's creeping toward him. What could this invisible force be? Does it have anything to do with the collapse of civilization? Or is there some other force at work here that may be more human than supernatural?The family dynamic slows this film down. The father and son banter plays like an ABC family channel episode. Also there's too much walking and walking and walking. On a plus side though, the soundtrack was great. It brought an intensity to mundane "suspense"-like scenes which were more laughable as was the horrible acting. I did like the direction which kept me involved all the way to it's twist ending. Yes a twist ending. Sometimes they work, but not here. It only made it slightly worse. I would give this film one star, but like I mentioned the soundtrack and direction were top notch. Two stars are good enough.
Cheryl T (mx) wrote: The beginning I must say I thought it was a chessy poorly made movie, but as it continued I really really enjoyed this. I am still impressed by the message. I must be honest though, I felt the very end was taking it a little too far and wasn't necessary to still make the point. It is OK to leave a lose end at the end of a movie... I think it could have ended differently and been even more effective.
Kaloni J (mx) wrote: i love tis movie it is so romantic
Vincent G (fr) wrote: buena idea pero muuuy larga y termina x aburrir
Yolandie G (es) wrote: wow, what a fantastic and insightful portrayal of a borderline girl - a believable developmental history, a life stripped of sensationalism and culminating with a glimmer of hope
JuanKa P (de) wrote: Alfie (Jude Law) es un joven seductor que se dedica a disfrutar la vida y de los placeres sin mayores compromisos, ni ataduras. Prcticamente no tiene cdigos y todas caen ante sus encantos. Pero poco a poco, Alfie ir descubriendo que ese camino lo ha dejado solo. Con Marisa Tomei como Julie, Omar Epps como Marlon, Susan Sarandon como Liz y Sienna Miller como Nikki.
Olly H (nl) wrote: wundervoller film, der mir bisher entgangen war...und dazu noch die afghan whigs als band im film...was will man mehr?..
Carl B (au) wrote: Overly staged action flick, bad acting, and a whole lotta fun!