A Thousand Kisses Deep

A Thousand Kisses Deep

An unsettling drama that cinematically captures and recreates the psycho-analytic experience.

Mia has witnessed an aged neighbor leap from a window. Scattered around the old woman';;;;;;;s broken, lifeless body Mia discovers shredded pieces from a beloved photograph of herself and her former lover Ludwig. Mia is convinced this is a reflection of her own future, and with the assistance of the building';;;;;;;s kindly caretaker  - and a lift that encompasses the ability to travel back and forwards through time - is able to revisit the most significant stages of her life, with the hope she can stop the event from happening. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brett B (es) wrote: WER starts out so promisingly - with a fairly creative spin on an old horror subgenre - but then proceeds to squander all that with a really unsatisfying third act. We begin on good footing, with a fresh, kind of ingenious premise which (at least initially) couches the supernatural goings on (though, honestly, based on the title, any self-respecting genre fan should have a pretty good idea where things are going...) in the guise of a murder investigation (indeed, our primary characters are lawyers, researchers, and police investigators) and the ensuing media frenzy that arises. Setting the movie in France - a country with a rather storied history relating to the paranormal subject at hand - lends the proceedings a unique flavor, and in conjunction with the aforementioned unique approach to the material, WER feels unlike most horror films of recent years. That is, at least for its first two-thirds, for by the time we get deep into the finale, the movie drops the ball in a major way, tipping over into silly (and surprisingly mean-spirited) antics that undermine the more realistic angle present in the earlier stretches of the story. In that sense, WER is something of a disappointment; I don't think it satisfies in the way it wants to, but I will concede that its an admirable attempt to do something different with the genre.

Sumanjit R (fr) wrote: It's was like Falling in Love with much more drama and spice in it and some song and dance!

elemental muse (kr) wrote: Loved it. I am a sucker for romantic movies, but this one wasn't cheesy. This is a movie I could watch again and again.

Thrse F (ag) wrote: Not interested in seeing this.

Liie P (ag) wrote: want it want it want it

Mike A (nl) wrote: ok, a little gay, but pretty good if you can get over the man ass. They spared the sex scenes, both hetero and homo. I didn't think it was a love story ( I hate those) just a good story about college life. if you are comfortable with your sexuality check it out. if you are just a perv- Full Frontal Nudity!!! Male and Female!

Keldon M (es) wrote: Compared to duds like Jack & Jill and the new about-to-open That's My Boy, this movie is actually 1) good and 2) funny!Sandler should go back, not forward.

Jason J (gb) wrote: It was great to watch as a kid but I'd hate to think what I'd say if I watched it right now.

Walker P (kr) wrote: a thrill a minute ride

Jarett B (it) wrote: Our Man Flint is a tough flick to discuss after viewing the Austin Powers franchise, as there is a massive age gap between my generation (not that I'm a big fan of my generation) and that of oldman Flint that makes it appear dated. Flint is a spoof of the Bond series, no way around that; there is even a moment in the film when the beautiful villain tosses aside a book called "Adventures of 008," claims that it's foolish to print such nonesnse. Thus, throughout the film I caught myself reliving other spy spoof films (and, of course, Roger Moore's ridiculous 007), which took away from Flint's wild and, at the time of release, original sets, wacky gagets, and terribly choreographed kung-fu (karate chop!).What combats the datedness? The great James Coburn of course! Coburn is a man that defies generations, as he's as charismatic, masculine, and smooth whether he's saving the world from super-villains or hunting down Kris Kristofferson (as Billy the Kid) for Sam Peckinpah. As Flint, his smug arrogance and never-wrong attitude make Coburn an excellent choice for the super spy, super sly Derek Flint. There is, on the other hand, his kung-fu skills. Oh my lord! It's no secret that Coburn took lessons from Bruce Lee, but he sure didn't take choreography lessons.On a side note, that I'm not going to get into, Lee J Cobb looks like a younger William Holden. Take that for what it's worth...The indoor sets are immaculately constructed, loking as if a kylidoscope exploded onto the walls, floors, and ceilings. It's prime-time 60s psychodelic fun! In fact, the "pleasure unit" training centre inside the evil headquarters may cause blindness due to spinning neons and florescent brights (beware). The model work is impressive for the time as well. Volcanos explode, damns collapse, glaciers shatter, and it all looks and feels genuine. In fact, besides the super trippy psychodelic interiors, I was amazed at how detailed and elaborate the set design was, thinking that the producers put a boatload of cash into the film.And now ladies and gentlemen, on to the... ladies. That Coburn is one lucky dude. When it comes to Derek Flint, poligomy is the key! 4+1=5, no? Plus, they wait on him hand-and-foot! The man has a personal shaver and woredrobe lady; I'd love to know what the other three do (and it would probably make me seriously jealous). In some 60s flicks, the ladies clothing is not that riske, but that's not good enough for our man Flint. There's not much clothing on these beauties at times and, combined with the settings, visual overload is inevitable and satisfying at the same time.Although the film is over the top in everything it does, however, that applies to its lulls too. There is quite a large amount of "build up" exposition and details between the grande settings, beautiful women, and Coburnian charm. Sadly, it's just not entertaining enough to maintain one's attention (mine specifically) as the plot drags and the gags lag, showing their datedness as, thus, we've seen it all before.

Marcus W (jp) wrote: There's a decent story and a strong central performance, but everything else is very average.

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