A New Life

A New Life

A 2002 French experimental film directed by Philippe Grandrieux and starring Zachary Knighton and Anna Mouglalis. The story involves a young American who falls obsessively in love with a mysterious courtesan named Melania against the backdrop of a dilapidated Eastern European landscape.

A 2002 French experimental film directed by Philippe Grandrieux and starring Zachary Knighton and Anna Mouglalis. The story involves a young American who falls obsessively in love with a mysterious courtesan named Melania against the backdrop of a dilapidated Eastern European landscape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marilyne H (fr) wrote: Look, with a title like that - you KNOW what you're going to see. However, as much of a silly kind of "B" movie it was - I thought it was coherent, witty, funny, the random sound effects were too funny, purposely having chicks running around naked throughout the movie made it even funnier. I like the fact that the movie didn't take itself seriously and yet still had a clear story line. Definitely nothing intellectual about it - but 100 times better than some similar movies with a ton of famous people (example: Behaving Badly)... This was entertaining! I liked it.

Matt D (ag) wrote: Awesome, why didn't I see this movie when it came out on theaters?

Lori J (au) wrote: The best movie ever...you should really watch it

Steve S (au) wrote: Great documentary looking at the search for the biggest wave for surfers. Fun history and nicely photographed.

Bill B (fr) wrote: I gave this one a re-watch off the To-Watch Pile recently and I have to say that I enjoy Nic Cage when he's doing his quirky shtick, plus the twists of the film are interesting and charming.Well worth a look for the strong performances from all of the leads. Give it a rental.

Kent L (nl) wrote: wanna be matrix much?

Cameron M (ag) wrote: A great film...trailer!

Bill T (it) wrote: Really horrible version of Black Beauty here. I mean, the story is there, but it gets blown away by the third grade Japanese Animation and the truly HORRID songs. No no, do not approach this under any circumstances.

Liam C (au) wrote: The Two Jakes is an excellent sequel to an already brilliant Chinatown that was sorely dismissed because of the mighty expectations. When it started I thought that it was only a sequel because of the fact that the main character's name is the same and then I just said, it's a continuation of his life but this film connects to Chinatown quite a lot, a little more than I would have liked at first but it all unravels by the end to deliver a very interesting and well acted tale. I thought it was on par with Chinatown and it was written very well, I'm glad the original writer is back and I think that definitely helped keep the noir theme and tight storytelling intact. Jack Nicholson plays the character well and Harvey Keitel is great too. The cinematography was very nice and clean also. While the film is the same length as Chinatown I did think it started to drag about an hour forty in but by that time there's only a little left and it picks up soon after. Also, the narration by Nicholson felt a bit cheesy and cliched at certain points and unneeded, props to Nicholson for taking a concept from the first film that was taken out but after seeing this it's no wonder it was taken out. I don't know if its just the copy that I had but the screen was just a tiny little box instead of the normal widescreen, maybe this was filmed differently than most but it does give it an edge. In the end, times have moved on but I think it's a very good follow up to a film that no one asked for. If you've seen Chinatown there's no reason to not watch this.

Andrew S (nl) wrote: Awesome film, Rawhead was epic, no lame CGI shit, hardXcore 80s awesomeness. 5/5 for sure.PISS ON ME RAWHEAD!!!! LMFAO!

Karsh D (jp) wrote: Middle class famil rebel against their domineering father/husband. Allegedly a comedy but this is woefully dated and probably wasn't very funny in 1973 either.

Paul D (de) wrote: Excellent depiction of society versus progress and the problems of macro against the micro. The script is full of local dialogue, which although is hard to follow certainly helps add to the flavour of small town Tennessee.

Rob R (nl) wrote: The follow up to the massive success of *Hercules* the year before, this is a lesser film, although it has its moments. There are many peplums that are, uh, much much worse.

Don D (mx) wrote: "He learned almost too late that man is a feeling creature, and because of it, the greatest in the universe. He learned too late for himself that men have to make their own way, to make their own mistakes. There can't be any gift of perfection from outside ourselves. And, when men seek such perfection, they find there's only death, fire, loss, disillusionment, the end of everything that's gone forward. Men have always sought an end to toil and misery. It can't be given, it has to be achieved. There is hope, but it has to come from inside, from man himself."..."fire"?

Matthew R (br) wrote: It teaches players about selfishness and working with the team I think that this movie is the best since Brian song. Oliver Stone did a great job with this movie and so did Al Pacino also did great speech about inches and football.

Grant H (ag) wrote: Mediocre, though it has it moments, but not enough to make up for bland genre flick.