A deadly car crash sets off three parallel stories of women at crisis points, faltering behind the doors of the same, plain Vienna apartment block. A bored nurse with a stable, comfortable ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A deadly car crash sets off three parallel stories of women at crisis points, faltering behind the doors of the same, plain Vienna apartment block.
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Vincent P (gb) wrote: There's a kinetic appeal to the handsome cast and their smooth moves.
Karen H (nl) wrote: 2015-10-18 it's 500 years ... and pretty silly. was ok as farce goes.
Tiberio S (es) wrote: The point ultimately... will you enjoy it? Probably not by yourself, but if you have a bag of grass to smoke and a decent group of friends, this may be the single most life-altering moment of your grindhouse fantasies. Props to director Johnny Martin for strategically finding the best possible method for the worst possible result in every single frame of this future cult hit. Michael Rooker owns the Razzie award on this, I don't care who actually won it that year.By the way Jeremy Wheeler, you did write Flixster's all-time best movie synopsis.
ksenia l (au) wrote: really good play! amazing characters
Grayson D (fr) wrote: Bleak but brilliant.
Giorgos M (ru) wrote: The acting of the remaining alive actors was improved drastically.In my opinion, the movie wasn't that bad, it had good murders and a lot of scary scenes.P.S. Cause we love originality "whats your favorite radio station, Julie ..??"
Jonny B (kr) wrote: As abhorrent as the plan the characters in Neil LaBute's, 'In the Company of Men', concoct it's only matched by long takes of heavy misogynistic dialogue scenes. Which character is the victim, the smartest, the least despicable? There's no correct answer and LaBute is at his finest as a provocateur with his brilliantly acted debut 'In the Company of Men'.
Samuel M (ru) wrote: Such an 80's movie. I actually like the sequel better.