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All Is Silence
In Brétema, on the Atlantic coast, there was a time when networks of smuggling, drug trafficking converted, achieved so much influence that they were close to control everything: social ...
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Mikhail B (mx) wrote: Remake of Twelve Angry Men (1957). The film became noted in Russia just because the topic (grand juri trial) is new for our justice system/ As I see it, Nikita Mikhalkov is doing his 'home work' as a legal course student. I was quite surprised to find out the film leaked out of Russia.
Heather M (gb) wrote: This movie will delight any fan of romantic comedies. It is a little quirkier than most, but the relationship between these two characters is so sweet that it has to be seen at least once.
Frances H (us) wrote: Excellent acting by Huffman in a movie that does not play on all the transgender drama it could have. The downplay of crusading cause here makes this film really more about family and acceptance by parents than anything else.
Sebastian D (ag) wrote: The clash of cultures. Nothing revealing.
joe b (gb) wrote: teeny bopper not even true b-grade ...leave it on the shelf ...
Lee Anne W (de) wrote: Frank Sinatra is a junkie trying to stay clean so he can be a jazz drummer. Kim Novak is the neighbor lady who loves him. And if you know Eleanor Parker only as Baroness Schrader from The Sound of Music, you'll be duly impressed by her here: she's Frank's wife, who pretends to be paralyzed to keep Frank from running out on her. Better than you might think it would be.
Todd S (fr) wrote: Amazing direction and as much fun as "It's a Wonderful Life." Surprising and highly recommended.
Neil C (us) wrote: Entertaining and EXTREMELY graphic
Patrick W (jp) wrote: very deep and cried a few times because of how deep it was
Tucker S (kr) wrote: So outrageous it that it just plain rules. Be proud of who you are.