A "Hitlerjugend" kind of story, set in the Soviet Union during the Second World War, based on a fictitious story from the eponymous book by Vladimir Kunin. The Red Army has a gang of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A "Hitlerjugend" kind of story, set in the Soviet Union during the Second World War, based on a fictitious story from the eponymous book by Vladimir Kunin.
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Angel M (au) wrote: I got bored with the movie, but it had a message... maybe I dont undestand what, but It have.
Tom S (gb) wrote: Harrowing in sections, but at the end I wished I'd known more about its protagonist, simply because it's so compelling that such a nice, polite person would be brought to this. Loktev's decision to distance us is more interesting to think about than to experience.
Margaret W (ru) wrote: Totally inspiring. Great selection of actors and the story was in line with the Bible.
Tsubaki S (mx) wrote: This is the kind of movie that restores my faith in cinema. A love letter to old Thai flicks and spaguetti westerns, "Tears" is the right mix of homage and style. This is not a "parody", and seems that western movie templates can't tolerate the existance of movies like this one without sticking the "parody" label. This movie was not spilled by some recycling-nostalgia-pop culture machine, made to sell false images of new "coolness" to kids. This a honest work of love and dedication, that happens to have fun with the material.
Todd A (au) wrote: Patriot games features tense sequences and fine performances. A solid adaption of the source material.
Ryan J (de) wrote: I saw this as a kid and i thought it was just plain fucking wierd. But i had no idea what film really was then. I saw this again 15 years later as an adult and I liked it. It was dark and disturbing, but a comedy too. Not as rough as some other french films form that era, but it's worth a watch..
Debra B (br) wrote: this rates and A+ from me. This is one that I have grown up with.
Augustine H (ag) wrote: Not only Kes is buried at the end, but also Casper's hope and childhood. Few English directors are aware of the grassroots' life like Ken Loach, who adopts an endearing yet ruthless narrative to portray the real ordinary British's circumstances.