A Hole in the Head

A Hole in the Head

A Hole In The Head examines the development of modern trepanation as used by people in the UK, the US, and the Netherlands for the purpose of attaining a higher level of consciousness. This procedure, used by the ancient Egyptians, Incas and others, is believed by the voluntarily trepanned to allow for renewed brain pulsations that increase brain blood volume and thereby improve brain function. Interviews regarding the history and efficacy of the procedure are also held with some of the world's most respected neurosurgeons and anthropologists.

A documentary about people who drill dime-sized holes in their foreheads in an effort to improve health and mental capacity . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Hole in the Head torrent reviews

Champ S (ag) wrote: nice and cool story has been told here. warm feeling

Dyron W (fr) wrote: Flawed but entertaining coming of age drama.

Sarah F (fr) wrote: Yeah, i'd like to see this, i think!

Grant T (us) wrote: After a slow start, open water overcomes the cliches of a normal survival story by using a real life script and a nice lead pair

Jesse F (it) wrote: Just as great as the original. The confusing plot just makes it better. I'm ready for the third film!

Steve W (jp) wrote: No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers is cheesy martial arts goodness. Its about two estranged brothers, one a cop, the other a martial artist. When their CIA agent father is murdered by super terrorist Franco, they must overcome their differences and get revenge.Cheesy acting and bare story aside, the choreography and cinematography is top notch, delivering some excellent fight scenes. The 4 minute finale pits the two brothers against two baddies in an airport hangar, and its the highlight of the film.This is the movie that fans of Double Dragon would want. This 90's martial arts flick is fun and brisk entertainment,

Sanity Assassin (ca) wrote: Richard Dreyfuss on fire, Leslie Nielson in a serious role and Barbra Streisand playing her part as per usual effortlessly well

Shawn R (kr) wrote: Not a feel good movie but incredibly creative and years ahead of its' time in pushing social and religious boundaries.

Jamie C (ca) wrote: Ok, Abit different wouldn't watch it again though.

Guido M (ru) wrote: The Shawshank Redeption is venerated as the greatest Prison Break Movie of all time. And even when considerating the options, Midnight Express doesn't come up very often, which is a little bit strange as this movie is now a definite classic since it was nominated in 1979 for the Best Picture at the Oscars. I am here to tell you why Midnight Express is that good.First of all, Alan Parker and Oliver Stone form the power-duo. Yes, they indeed go hard on the turkish people in this movie, but with harsh criticism also comes social satire and oh does Oliver Stone do that well (He deserves the Academy Award for best adapted screenplay very well). The movie is filmed in a gloomy way so to show the despair of our main character, Billy Hayes, who is very flawed, and we root for him even in moments where he crosses the line of judgement. The rest of the characters in prison may be a little bit undeveloped, but we feel their connections with Hayes.Brad Davis gives a phenomenal performance as Billy Hayes. He is at moments heartbreaking and at others charismatic, and he definitely can get bat-shit crazy at times. He really shows versatility in a role that begs for it. And my god the soundtrack, Giorgio Moroder (Scarface) really brings its upbeat 80's neon keys to this way ahead of its time thriller. It sure is gratuious (Lots of scenes with "in your face" violent, and a really sad nude scene at a visiting room), but is the brutality that makes this film special. Alan Parker wanted to depict the inferno of a turkish prision in a hopeless, dismal way that in the end, results in striking scenes with powerful acting and finger-licking good dialogue. However, trouble in paradise insues when you know the real story on which the movie is based on. The third act is drastically different. It is no criticism, sure, but the real life ending makes much more sense than the exciting but poorly thought-through finale they give in the film. But for its non-stop madness of, well, madness, Midnight Express deserves a place on your valuables. It's basicallly A Clockwork Orange meets Shawshank Redemption. Nuff Said.