Affair in the Snow

Affair in the Snow

In an isolated mountain resort, a woman gets involved in a love triangle between herself, her volatile lover and her ex-boyfriend, for whom she had platonic feelings.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   mountain,   suicide,  

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Affair in the Snow torrent reviews

John B (mx) wrote: Rapace and the rest of the cast do a great job, but the film leaves you with a very bad taste in your mouth, while the last hour is predictable. This movie had potential to be great, but got too caught up trying to be something more than what it should have been. Too many subplots were tried to by tied in, and very few of them gave any closure. The ending leaves you with too many questions, only some of which are answered (half-assedly). The movie isnt 'bad', but it's disappointing to know that it could have been so much better if they would have gone by the "less is more" concept.

Tyler E (ru) wrote: A well-done documentary on an urban legend turned real. [B]

Harrison N (mx) wrote: due e mezzo giusto per il clima che si creato nel mio salotto! ;)

Per Gunnar J (gb) wrote: This film was showing on NRJ12 the other evening and since it(TM)s school holidays we thought that we could let the kids watch it. Now I never saw this, apparently, iconic TV-show from the 60(TM)s so I(TM)m not another disgruntled fan boy, and there seems to be plenty of those, but this film is of little interest for anyone above 9. It(TM)s just plain silly with a nonsense plot although it(TM)s admittedly good enough for a (very) young children(TM)s film. But the acting is plain bad and boring. The special effects are mediocre to say the least. Really young kids probably like it but with the material one could have done something much better which would have appealed to the entire family. My biggest gripe is perhaps that Jonathan Frakes got his name mixed up with this mess. He should have had enough sense to go to red alert and raise shields when whoever dimwit that wrote it came within sensor range.

Sean G (fr) wrote: This had to be one of the most boring Sci-Fi movies ever - and it had Paul Newman in it.

Phillip S (kr) wrote: Not really worth all the research that our heroes put into finding the answers.

Jessica B (mx) wrote: Very kiddish movie. First movie Miyazaki ever did have to watch it just to see it though.

Tom M (mx) wrote: The plot of the film is a very confusing one, but after the 7th time of watching it finally became clear to me. 7 times may seem like a lot, but the film is so hypnotic it makes you want to watch it again. The story actually has a lot of layers, and I have numerous theory's about the ending. But that isn't the thing that makes Performance great. Jagger is. He is superb in this film, bringing charisma and energy to the screen every time he is shown. Also I like the music and director's style, which is very arty in nature. The film definetly isn't for everyone though. With it's strange directorial style, bizzare story and random scenes of sex, many will be put off. However, those who stick around, and those who dive in for another viewing will be rewarded with one of the craziest but accomplished films to come from the 70's.

Mallory S (br) wrote: Another absolutely fantastic Fred Astaire movie. He proves one again that he is the best!

Stuart K (au) wrote: Directed by Ronald Neame (The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969), Scrooge (1970) and The Poseidon Adventure (1972)), and adapted from a story by Sidney Carroll. This comedy caper is very funny and has some very good performances in it. Nothing is what it seems here, and just when it seems like it's going to be a straight-forward heist film, it then pulls the rug out from under your feet, and turns everything on it's head. Cat burglar Harry Dean (Michael Caine) travels to Hong Kong with his partner in crime Emile (John Abbott) and approach showgirl Nicole Chang (Shirley MacLaine) to help them in one of their schemes, as she bears an uncanny resemblence to the late wife of Ahmad Shahbandar (Herbert Lom), the richest man in the world. Harry has the plan to steal a priceless statuette from Shahbandar's apartment in the Arab republic of Damuz. However, Harry had the perfect crime all planned out in his head, what he didn't count on was how unpredictable Nicole would be, and that Shahbandar wouldn't be suspicious from the start. Everything that can go wrong for Harry, does go wrong. It's a very silly little caper, but it has a very light and bubbly feel to it, and there are some good laughs to be had along the way. It was a good idea putting Caine and MacLaine together, as they make a good duo in this film, and it does have fun with the narrative structure, especially in the first 20-30 minutes.