Bells from the Deep

Bells from the Deep

A group of pilgrims lie down on the thin ice of the lake Svetloyar and begin to look for the city of Kitesh. According to the legend, God saved the city from the Mongolian prince Batyi's soldiers by letting it sink to the bottom of the lake. If you listen carefully you can hear the bells of the Kitesh cathedral toll deep down.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:60 minutes
  • Release:1993
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   lake,   siberia,  

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Countess N (nl) wrote: 6 April 2011 This was just awful one of those movies that you think why did i bother.

Issac C (nl) wrote: As the great action and simple awe inspiring moments this movie had, it lacked a sense of direction and motivation, and an insane amount of jump cuts during the action sequences made this movie much less then what it had the possibility to be.

David W (ca) wrote: Before Sunrise is a great take on modern love with the realistic tone of people meeting each other where you eventually fall in love with the characters

Dani P (ag) wrote: The cast is impecable, especially Tim Roth and Edward Furlong. At only 25, James Gray made a tragic and touching film about family and crime. It has one of the darkest soundtracks I've ever heard too, which helps adding even more drama to Little Odessa. The ending can be predictable as pratically all movies of the genre but the script is intense and intriguing.

Dan D (es) wrote: Very excellent documentary. Heartbreaking to see some of your idols bicker with each other but at the end of the time, the power of rock unites them. Biggest flaw is that there's no reason this should be 2 and a half hours. A lot of it you can cut and it seemed to drag on towards the end, but aside that, an excellent documentary to an excellent band!

Stephen S (gb) wrote: good film, a bit slow and disturbing in places, well acted