A couple lose their young son when he falls out of a window while they are having sex in another room. The mother's grief consigns her to hospital, but her therapist husband brings her home intent on treating her depression himself. To confront her fears they go to stay at their remote cabin in the woods, "Eden", where something untold happened the previous summer. Told in four chapters with a prologue and epilogue, the film details acts of lustful cruelty as the man and woman unfold the darker side of nature outside and within. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Damon R (it) wrote: Scott Pilgrim vs The World's Mary Elizabeth Winstead gave a great performance as an alcoholic trying to get sober in this powerful, emotional drama.
Grant S (us) wrote: Mildly interesting, but lacks focus.Set in Sydney, Australia, the story of Linh, a Vietnamese-Australian. By day she is studying at University, by night she is a prostitute/escort. Shows her friends, family and relationships and how her work affects these (or doesn't, to the best of her ability).This is not new territory, the prostitutes-are-everyday-people storyline. However, it is warmly and sincerely told, without fake sentimentality, manipulation or glamourising the subject. Where the movie does fall over, however, is that it doesn't really have a point. It drifts throughout, though is never dull. Towards the end, what focus it had is thrown away in a series of contrived, implausible or simply random scenes. This is all a pity, as the plot was reasonably engaging until then.Solid performance by Nammi Le in the lead role. Supporting cast are mostly not that convincing, however.
Jesse O (ca) wrote: I know I say this a lot, but this time I'm hoping it's actually true, I don't have much to say about this film. A coming-of-age film with some pretty dark storytelling. It was certainly a little surprising in how dark it gets, it's not Irreversible or Martyrs dark, but it is a pretty interesting story about a boy, whose family's reputation, plus the fact that he's been victim to emotional and physical abuse from those around him, have made him into the monster everyone expected him to be, despite being much smarter than anyone else in his family. John is certainly portrayed, as the film progresses and his ruthlessness increases, as a psychopath who's headed down a very violent end if he doesn't change his ways. He negatively influences anyone's life he comes into contact with, escalating with him viciously beating his father with a frying pan, dropping a slab of concrete onto an old bully's head, causing permanent brain damage, and slitting a kid's throat in a gang fight. There's also some pretty strong imagery involving John, in a "drug" induced hallucination, is almost "murdered by Jesus Christ. John then stabs Jesus on the ribs, before finally coming out of his stupor. So if you're very religiously conservative, ie: anything that involves Jesus' image/likeness being used in a negative light, even in a creative setting, insults you, then this scene would piss you off. I found it darkly hilarious. I'm not religious, but if I was, I'd like to think that I'd see the humor in Jesus attempting to kill someone and not take everything so seriously. And this brings us to the ending, most specifically the last shot of the film, where you see John guiding Canta, the bully with brain damage, through a field as they're headed to the zoo. They were left behind as the car they were going in broke down. Basically the last scene sees both of them going through a group of docile lions. The image itself was a little goofy to me, but I get the symbolism behind it. It's basically saying that John has left his violent ways in the past, much like the lions have, as I imagine that their first instinct, when seeing a person, would be to attack or head their way. John's violent instincts, that almost got him killed, have been left in the past. So I get it, it was still a little silly, purely looking at it visually without any context. It just feels out of place in a film like this. It's not exactly incredibly realistic, if it was it'd probably be deliberately paced, but it's a movie that's still grounded in the real world. Seems like it's a major complaint, but it's not. It didn't really change the movie for me, one way or another. The acting is strong, but Conor McCarron certainly does a great job here. I think he's a little more understated than I would've expected. It's definitely a positive as it, very believably, illustrates John's descent into psychopathy as his actions start getting increasingly more violent. So it looks like I DID have a lot to say about this film, shit. Anyway, not the best coming-of-age film I've ever seen, but a damn good one nonetheless with some great acting and good storytelling.
Carlos M (es) wrote: A complex espionage thriller that makes impeccable use of a careful pace to stretch the tension to its maximum and an appropriately dark cinematography to recreate the paranoia of the '70s and the Cold War maneuvers, while Gary Oldman underacts in a perfect performance.
Hunter S (de) wrote: Dog CRAP....TERRIBLE.0 stars
Pierre R (de) wrote: Rapaport was awesome in this movie!
Rhiannon R (fr) wrote: Prince John: And why should the people listen to you?Robin Hood: Because, unlike some other Robin Hoods, I can speak with an English accent.
Alex R (nl) wrote: i actually liked this movie and it was filmed in my home town
Nathan S (us) wrote: GREAT MARTIAL ARTS TRIO, PERFECT MIXTURE OF ACTION AND COMEDY.
Joel R (us) wrote: "No one wants to know about conspiracy any more!"As comparaes com o filme The Conversation, de Francis Ford Coppola, so inevitveis, mas este um filme menos dedicado condio humana, com o foco principal, aqui, a incidir sobretudo no mistrio e na permanncia constante de um ambiente frio e obscuro.John Travolta, no incio de uma dcada de 80 ainda despida de grandes revolues tecnolgicas, um tcnico de som que trabalha essencialmente em filmes de categoria B. Durante uma noite, ao gravar sons ambiente em plena rua, testemunha (e grava tambm) um crime com repercusses a nvel poltico e social. Apanhado no meio de uma improvvel conspirao, ter de recorrer s suas tcnicas para escapar ileso e tentar resolver o mistrio!O trabalho de cmara de Brian de Palma surpreendente, incluindo alguns pormenores inditos que se tornariam mais tarde recorrentes, marcando assim mais uma entrada notvel no seu currculo .Em resumo, um bom thriller dos anos 80, ideal para quem aprecia os filmes hitchcockianos!
Alexander G (us) wrote: Fantastic, taut, intelligent and insightful thriller. While the tech may seem a little dated, the acting is first rate and their commitment to the storyline sells it and helps you look past the tech to the moral and psychological stresses in the story. If you've not seen it, check it out.
SV G (kr) wrote: From 1969 comes one of Dustin Hoffman's earlier films and co-stars Mia Farrow. For it's time it was thought to be quite brave as it revolves around a one-night stand and the thougts and insecurities of each of them (aka John & Mary). This is very indicitive of the late 60s, but perhaps SO much so in style ad dialog that it really doesn't hold up well at all. However, if a Hoffman fan or of films from the 60s (or both) this film would then be worth your watch.
Matthew F (gb) wrote: A rare example of an sequel which is just as funny and original of the first film.
Jonathan R (jp) wrote: Fun and silly Jimmy Stewart(!) musical. The dinner table musical number's pretty good.
Ray M (es) wrote: Hahaha from beginning to end!!!!
Matthew H (ag) wrote: Why was this so entertaining.
Darren D (us) wrote: Great action and drama from Dolph.