Japan, 1960. In a housing complex, a young introverted student observes his neighbors through a telescope. The voyeurism of a young man isolated and gloomy, will cause an explosion of madness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Affairs Within Walls
Japan, 1960. In a housing complex, a young introverted student observes his neighbors through a telescope. The voyeurism of a young man isolated and gloomy, will cause an explosion of madness.
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Lydia G (de) wrote: still reading the book
Ian C (es) wrote: Complete and utter pig spunk. It had all the hallmarks of a good cop/buddy flick. An interracial partnership, the feuding with a their peers, Maverick behaviour, the police chief on their back and the subplot ofl broken marriages and relationship problems. The script itself is absolutely horrific and it fails to deliver even one good gag. Maybe if Smith wrote the script it might have been better and to be fair he had fuck all to work with.
Michael K (es) wrote: Being my introduction to zombie movies when I was 13 years old (for the better or for the worse), this movie has a special place in my heart and I think it has its moments.
Maeva F (es) wrote: I actually really liked this movie.
Tolga B (jp) wrote: two old lizards, Q and Carradine, battle it out.
Tim S (gb) wrote: Like the previous Amicus production that I watched, Torture Garden, From Beyond the Grave (AKA Creatures) is a good horror anthology without being fantastic. The stories in this one aren't laid out quite as well, the second one is actually the best of the bunch, so it's not quite as entertaining as one would hope to be. It's nice to see people like Ian Bannen and David Warner show up in them, but overall, it's not as positive an effort and drags for a lot of the duration.
Private U (fr) wrote: For a movie titled "Track of the Cat", there are surprisingly few scenes of anyone actually tracking the cougar in question. Most of the time we're treated to the cast (minus Mitchum, who's actually tracking the cat) overacting (the major offender being Philip Tonge as the drunken father), their characters bickering over things that are never really explained at length (oh, and you also have Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer as a 100-year-old Indian. Yeah, that's right. Alfalfa from the Little Rascals). It's like Wellman (William Wellman? Really?) didn't have confidence in the scenes where Mitchum is alone, simultaneously looking for the cat who killed his brother and trying not to freeze to death in a vast expanse of forest and snow. Which is unfortunate, because that probably would have been a much more interesting film. As it is, you never really learn about the inner workings of any of the characters, and a certain character's fate is so absurdly brusque that you spend the rest of the movie wondering what the hell was up with it. I wouldn't be surprised if the movie's sole reason in being was simply to tout Cinemascope, and the location shots are admittedly impressive. But all in all, it's a waste of Robert Mitchum. And that's just criminal.
James H (ag) wrote: Excellent film noir, the cinematography is particularly fine. Good art direction, very well written and Otto Preminger's direction is first rate. Great cast.
Zoltan G (ca) wrote: egy kulonos taiwani (elso)film. meghozza romantikus film - nagyon egyedi modon. alom es realitas, sorszeruseg es hasonlok.. kicsit mintha mondjuk charlie kaufman egyetlen momentumbol allo gondolatszikrajat kim ki duk meselne el. erdekes!"But you know that he would have an accident later. Would you still marry him?Yes, I would.Why?It's because we were really really happy together. You don't have to give up happiness today for an unknown future."
Alyx C (jp) wrote: sounds like the pinnacle of great films!!!!! :)