Across a Gold Prairie
Meet NIPPORI Ayumu, an 80 year-old man, who, due to a serious heart condition, has spent sixty years of his life confined to his house. One morning, he wakes up believing himself to be twenty again. In his mind, he has become the youthful young man that he once was. However, reality fails to keep up with his illusion, and everything around him seems to be quite different from what he is used to. So, he decides that he is simply dreaming. As his reality becomes his dream, his unhappy world turns into a life enriched with happiness and expectations for the future. Ayumu is now enjoying his life to the full again.
- Stars:Yûsuke Iseya, Chizuru Ikewaki, Masatoshi Matsuo, Miako Tadano, Takeshi Katô, Emiko Azuma, Ryô Katô, Yûki Nagata, Yasutaka Tsutsui, Fusako Urabe,
- Director:Isshin Inudô,
- Writer:Sakichi Satô, Yumiko Ôshima (comic)
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Across a Gold Prairie torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Answers to Nothing is so many things in one but most of all it is a roller coaster of emotions. As a vignette film it spends just enough time on each character so that you still get to know what is going on in each situation. Not too much time is spent so you forget the rest of the characters, and it is all interconnected in some way. This feature of the film shows how small the world really is. Deep and poignant, each character is looking for something to fill the void that was left in their lives, like many peoples lives today. Dane Cook does an amazing job at something we aren't all used to normally seeing him do. The dialogue and some stories are charming and heartbreaking. The characters are each trying so hard for something that is wanted so badly in each of their lives and seeking to overcome those obstacles. Answers to Nothing is a film about the fragility of life and relationships. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants a film to make them feel, Answers to Nothing is one for you.
(kr) wrote: An ok movie, the first one was way better, even actors were not that good in this one. Only a one time movie.
(es) wrote: Not bad but does not deserve a 19% I think it deserves over 40 at least
(ag) wrote: Beautifully shot. Stunning score. A sad film overall...
(ag) wrote: C.R.A.P. Thought Colin could lift this movie. But nope. Really dont like Heather Graham and the movie just went no where.
(ru) wrote: This made for TV film is powerful because of the disturbing and sympathetic performance of Sally Field as Sybil. Joanne Woodward is the calming force in this film which is psychologically disturbing at times.
(it) wrote: Despite some heavier action from Daniels and Dyer, and some good character studies backed up with good use of language, this is a deadly dull depiction of the teenagers in run-down urban London.
(us) wrote: It is incredible cheesy, predictable, and sappy, but still manages to be enjoyable, largely due to the talents of Robin Williams. i hadn't seen it since it was first released, so it was nice to revisit it. Robin was in his element when he was riffing for the kids in the hospital, I expect that a lot of it was improvised by him. he had tremendous talent, and could handle the dramatic moments as well as the comedic. I am not sure there will be another actor like. him. Well worth re-watching!
(es) wrote: I wasn't really paying attention but I know Lucy Liu got naked. Felt like a weak sauce Reservoir Dogs.
(ru) wrote: I hated this pos. It ruined everything we love about Looney Tunes. This wasn't about the story or the Looney Tunes, it was a Michael Jordon ego boost. I don;t care about basketball, or this movie. Why was this made? Who was the target audience? You can tell it was created not by an artist with a vision, but a bunch of guys in suits at a business meeting going "Well, what's hot right now? How can we make this cheap and easy?| The laughs were few and far between. Michael Jordon cannot act! The Looney Tunes lacked the charm of the classics, and are nothing without Mel Blanc. The best part was with Bill Murray, and I don't even know why he was in it. Certainly no Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
(kr) wrote: i always thought that this film is all about the music what with NWA and Public Enemy being represented, having seen it again recently, I think I'll keep it that way as the story and the acting is nothing worth remembering.
(nl) wrote: This is a great science fiction movie
(mx) wrote: A film that has images that will firmly imprint in your mind & considering it was made in 1921 is truly unbelievable. A powerful portrait of life & death.The story centers around the fable of the person who dies on the stroke of midnight becomes a Grim Reaper & harvests souls for a year. The story focuses on David Holm a man of low character & clearly wasted his gift of life.The plot of the film is so rich & complex & emotionally captivating an incredible masterpiece directed & staring Victor Seastrom. This film was the main inspiration to Ingmar Bergman one of Sweden's Finest Filmmaker.
(ag) wrote: Wow this is bad. This one didn't even last 10 minutes.
(br) wrote: Another exceptional performance by Rachel Weisz. Currently available in Canada on The Movie Network and Movie Central.
(it) wrote: Sherilyn Fenn gets naked. Angsty plot gets in the way.