In conurbations where hundreds of thousands live alongside one another, in the era of a highly technological society, in which communication has never played such a significant role, man has become lonely. Disappointed by his fellow human beings, he turns to animals. Dogs and other domestic animals serve him as companions, life partners, cuddly objects and bedfellows.
- Stars:Franz Dolesch, Renée Felden, Franz Holzschuh, Peter Kristek, Fritzi Schmied, Herbert Scholz, Ernst Schönmann, Gabi Tairi, Erich Wögerer, Christina Yildiz, Gerti Zieger,
- Director:Ulrich Seidl,
- Writer:Ulrich Seidl
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Animal Love torrent reviews
(au) wrote: i really really want to see this.
(de) wrote: Very interesting visuals for a fairly run-of-the-mill greedy corperation vs renegade cop scenario set in a futuristic Paris . It's shot in stark black and white and strongly resembles Sin City; not the movie, the graphic novels. Other than it's a little slow, my only complaint is it takes awhile to get used to who is who since alot of the guys look the same.
(us) wrote: Even these two top league actors failed to support this film... so it imploded and crumbled... the end.
(ru) wrote: I thought it was a pretty good movie, not exactly a comedy but more of a silly drama with a strong moral.
(es) wrote: Have to say it was either regularly boring, or Sean Penn looked bored acting his part. But Christopher Walken saved it I guess.
(jp) wrote: I thought that this was really touching. It's about a young nice-but-dim man who gets a handyman job at a sophisticated woman's house, but after teaching him to read they fall in love. I particularly enjoyed the scenes at his family's house as well. It really had a British feel to it, rather than being set in Australia!
(mx) wrote: Typical Western ... but entertaining.
(de) wrote: While it takes some time for it to get going, Oculus can still be creepy without using too much gore or jump scares.