Adelheid

Adelheid

In the aftermath of World War II, a former Czech soldier takes charge of a manor formerly owned by a German family. He falls in love with the daughter, who is now a maid, and is forced to confront the stress between his love and his conscience when he discovers her sheltering her German-soldier brother.

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WS W (nl) wrote: A supernatural horror full of sexuality symbols. The directing, editing & acting shamefully couldn't fully support & further uplifting it.

Michael C (br) wrote: Very bad graphics and really cheesey story line. Low budget film.

Lee C (us) wrote: if you buy this on DVD, keep the receipt because you will want to return it.

Asif K (mx) wrote: forget everything else ... i am just surprised to see AMERICAN BEAUTY in the More Like this column ;p

Paul G (mx) wrote: I never made it past the first sentence before I busted up laughing. After being busted out of prison by his tomatoes, lol

Luc L (kr) wrote: A fair martial art film

Alexis N (ca) wrote: such a great movie from the 70's about wayward girls running around being hoodlums! classic one-liners all over the place.

Paladin of Odin (br) wrote: um excuse me but in the original most of the 7 died so how the hell can you have a return

Hannah M (de) wrote: A long production, but David Tennant is refreshingly *alive* as Hamlet. I've seen Shakespeare's lines droned, intoned, solemnly recited, or campy and over-the-top, but Tennant is wonderful in this role. The rest of the cast is adequate - Patrick Stewart is an acceptably treacherous Claudius, and Penny Downie is a wonderful Gertrude. Mariah Gale as Ophelia is by far the weakest of the actors, but she really has very little to do with the play, and it's well worth the watch to see Tennant's take on a very old character. Nicely done.

Angie Y (de) wrote: A great film despite any financial faults it had.