Behind the Glass
Through a period of five days, the story follows intertwined characters who live in false serenity and rather chaotic general order.
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Official C (gb) wrote: It certainly does not live up to its groundbreaking original, but it still manages to captivate us with exciting thrills and a great portrayal of this billionaire playboy by Robert Downey Jr.
Private U (es) wrote: La tengo que ver otra vez :) BELLA!!!
Maren K (it) wrote: AMAZING. This documentary happened at just the right moment to really capture the NYC graffiti and b-boy scene. A priceless piece of history.
David W (kr) wrote: I've been enjoying these remastered Shaw Brothers a lot and this is another great entry! This is Wu Xia fun with flying swordsmen. This is right up there with The Magic Blade with Lung Ti. There's no dub track, so you'll have to read subtitles. Open minded people will find the plot not to dissimilar to a Sergio Leone film or Kurosawa's Sanjuro. This is premium work from Shaw Brother's house director Cheh Chang.
Sarah F (es) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!
David C (de) wrote: By 1964 the British empire had collapsed and the crown's former possessions had gained political independence. That year, "Zulu" offered filmgoers a vision of British hardiness in the face of fierce native resistance. The film does not acknowledge the irony of its own existence or offer political commentary on empire; is a shameless exercise in romanticism and war-movie heroics. Yet it is a rich and rewarding film nevertheless. The look and sound of the encircling Zulu army create an atmosphere that filmmakers have often sought to replicate, as Peter Jackson did with his orc hordes in "The Lord of the Rings."