Twenty-something Ana, now living in Buenos Aires, returns to her native city of Paraná. She meets old school mates, old friends, makes new ones, and starts to rethink her life, and perhaps change her future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ana and the Others
Twenty-something Ana, now living in Buenos Aires, returns to her native city of Paraná. She meets old school mates, old friends, makes new ones, and starts to rethink her life, and perhaps change her future.
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Roy S (fr) wrote: An okay indie flick, with all the usual benefits and problems of the genre. It is a generally believable slice of life, but that does not necessarily result in a gripping movie. Robert Carlyle's strong performance made it much better than it otherwise would have been.
Walter M (br) wrote: Filmmaker Kate Churchill has been making documentaries for nine years and practicing yoga for seven years. For her latest film "Enlighten Up!", she has combined the two in deciding to show a novice being transformed spiritually by yoga which also helps the body.(For Diamond Dallas Page, it is all about the body.) Her guinea pig, Nick Rosen, is a 29-year old journalist who is at a crossroads in his life, having just quit his job.(It might help if he gave up smoking, too.) It is good that an enthusiast like Kate Churchill has made this film since she has a lot of respect for all the different interpretations(My personal favorite is the giggling guru since laughter is the best medicine) that all collide in an inward focus, blotting out the outside world, allowing the practitioner to fully contemplate her soul. That's especially important in New York City, which I just read is the most stressful city, where their journey starts with a single step and continuing, as they collect a lot of frequent flyer miles, to meet with many a guru. In the end, "Enlighten Up!" is an illuminating documentary, maybe just not in the way originally intended.
Eric S (gb) wrote: Good lesbian porn? lol
Jenine B (br) wrote: Watching Tortilla Soup, tonight.
Jussi M (ru) wrote: Nyttmn, sumuinen sateisen kalsea Venetsia ja siihen Morriconen musiikki plle, toimii. Tytyy silti mynt ett tstkin paistaa lpi tietyt itseni rsyttvt giallokkkydet. No tm tosin kuuluu kuitenkin siihen parempaan puoliskoon.
Jonny P (es) wrote: "Death at a Funeral" (the original British version) is a hysterical character-driven black comedy. Even though I only have vague familiarity with a few of these actors, the script is so well written that the characters make the actors funny, not vice versa (as attempted by the American remake). The script brings this group of connected characters to a wedding where a combination of secrets, grief, and drugs results in a lot of dark humor. Black comedies usually are not my cup of tea but this one is so good that you can't help but laugh. Andy Nyman has a truly inspired performance as Howard, the unfortunate recipient of some mislabeled drugs. His mannerisms and unseen hallucinations are convincing while always remaining comedic instead of dramatic. My favorite character is Justin, the sleezy guy who just can't take a hint and stop bothering his former one-night stand (who is now engaged to the naked Howard on the roof). The best part of Justin is the revelation that causes him to give up. Matthew MacFadyen actually delivers a pretty awesome dramatic/emotional performance amidst all of the chaos while Peter Vaughan is just plain hilarious in the role of Uncle Alfie. "Death at a Funeral" is off-the-wall, unpredictable, and often inappropriate, but something about it is irresistible and worth watching.