Birds, Orphans and Fools

Birds, Orphans and Fools

In the aftermath of war, two men and a woman begin acting more like children than adults, leading to tragedy.

This mosaic-like parable is set in undefined space and time, still its crazy world without ideals filled with violence, cynicism and hopelessness clearly resembles the social atmosphere in Czechoslovakia after August 1968. Three strange loners survive only thanks to their "foolishness" - a life based on play and philosophy of joy. But the tragic ending of their coexistence is an inevitable outcome of reality that only offers two possibilities: insanity or death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Seth F (jp) wrote: I agree, Tommy Chong, let's vote these dumb fuckers out of office...

Mike B (jp) wrote: A pleasant film, well-worth watching. Margulies' Irish accent is phenomenal.

Alexey F (es) wrote: So many nice people in this movie! Liked them all!

Jeff B (au) wrote: Despite painting the super-spy into an oftentimes boring corner, Brosnan's second Bond outing at least boasts pulse-pounding action set pieces that never say die. Okay, so the 18th 007 adventure fails to put forth the most ambitious story but the dust-ups that result boast enough explosive awesomeness to warrant your full attention. Take for example one ridiculously exciting bit of staging that results in a BMW motorcycle jumping over the rotating blades of a chopper hovering between rooftops. It's winning moments like this, however, that punctuate a largely connect-the-dots tale where even an ace actor like Pryce can't make spiked lemonade out of a lemon of a villain that's so dull on paper. In this PG-rated spy thriller, James Bond (Brosnan) heads to stop a media mogul's (Pryce) plan to induce war between China and the UK in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage. Brosnan has his shtick down pat by Tomorrow Never Dies, which is good and bad. Connery and (later) Craig got better as they went along, which enhanced sometimes sub-standard material. The actor formerly known as Remington Steel by this point in his career, however, seems to operate on charismatic auto-pilot. Being only as good as your material only works insofar as the quality of the material and co-stars. Action aside, Michelle Yeoh as hard-hitting Chinese spy Wai Lin proves way more memorable than Bond's ex-girlfriend, played by Teri Hatcher, which is perfect summary as to the film' concentration on stylish over substantive. Sadly, the material behind his next such outing wouldn't have Brosnan's back nearly as much.Bottom line: Sociopath Media

Ian C (es) wrote: Enjoyed this a lot more on the revisit. I never seen the BBC mini series so can't compare them both. Gibson is in fine form and is ruthless as he hunts for his daughters killers. A superb ending.

Joseph W (fr) wrote: Horrifying and hard to look away from.

Martin S (au) wrote: Always enjoy these over-the-top professionals with remarkable skills. Horrible world he gets into, made me really sad.

Ken T (gb) wrote: Freakishly weird with many paradoxical mistakes...That said, it isn't a bad watch, worth one look only"