Three sisters, all adrift and in crisis, reunite at their childhood home as their domineering mother arranges a big birthday. But as the festivities come to an end, repressed conflicts rise to the surface. Old wounds are opened and a new family is born.
- Stars:Carolina Gynning, Helena af Sandeberg, Alexandra Dahlström, Marie Göranzon, Olle Sarri, Zoltan Bajkai, John Axel Eriksson, Christian Fiedler, Françoise Fournier, Maria Hedborg, Tindra Rohbrahn, Jonathan Silén, Alva Springfeldt, Ida Therén, Elin Viberg,
- Director:Jesper Ganslandt,
- Writer:Jesper Ganslandt
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(it) wrote: Barfi! combines the physical comedy of silent era films with modern story telling, with varying degrees of success. Endearing at times, it comes close to running off the tracks (using the train theme from the movie) in places. It would be a fun game to have audience members identify movies from the last 100 years that inspired different scenes of the film.
(ag) wrote: The opening sequence with Bond/Craig drowning in the river and Adele's song in the background is already worth the whole price of the ticket!Plus Daniel Craig is a GREAT Bond. And the story was GREAT too. And all the connections with 007 classic hallmarks gave it that special touch that made it even cooler -great work!
(ca) wrote: Not sure what to make of this film or what the director wants us to make of it. The lead actors are great though and this film will definitely stay with me for a while...but I'm not sure I like the idea of that
(ru) wrote: Poor Lance Henriksen. the guy cant seem to turn a movie down. but the film gave me a few laughs because of the dreadful acting and the piss poor cgi. worth watching at least once if you are a real Sci-Fi buff.
(us) wrote: GIVE IT A CHANCE... HAS GOOD MOMENTS
(fr) wrote: While the story of an adopted seal may be cute for a while, it does wear thin. Children should enjoy the film though.
(kr) wrote: Such a well-crafted film, in a beautifully understated tone. Had me laughing and crying a the same time. Touchingly simple.
(ag) wrote: The subtitle buys into the myth of idyllic womanhood pre-suffrage. That and a throw-off line ("You needn't worry about me. I'm free, white and 21.") make this slightly politically incorrect. But the good news is that Ginger Rogers demonstrates she can act as well as dance. See also the hilarious The Major and the Minor. I love how Rogers' religious father uses "Judas Priest" as an epithet. From now on, I'm using all heavy metal band names in my epithets. "Iron Maiden, I should learn more Torah." "Motorhead, I should give more to charity."
(jp) wrote: Tonight, many of the ship's guests have gathered to greet the new year in style in the magnificent Main Ballroom. They raise champagne glasses as Captain Bradford (Andre Braugher) delivers a holiday toast and the band rolls into a version of Auld Lang Syne.Meanwhile, on the bridge, the Chief Officer senses that something is wrong.Scanning the horizon, he sees it -- a Rogue Wave; a monstrous wall of water over one hundred feet high, bearing down on them with tremendous speed. He tries to steer the ship away from maximum impact but it's too late.The wave strikes with colossal force, pitching the ship heavily to port before rolling it completely upside down. Passengers and crew are thrown into free fall, crushed by debris or dragged into the sea as water bursts in through shattered windows. Supports collapse, broken gas lines ignite flash fires and lights fail, leaving vast sections of the ship in darkness and chaos.In its aftermath a few hundred survivors are left to huddle in the still-intact Main Ballroom, now resting below the waterline. They should stay together, the captain maintains, and wait here for rescue.One man, professional gambler Dylan Johns (Josh Lucas), prefers to test the odds alone. Ignoring orders, he prepares to exit the Ballroom and find his own way to safety, but is collared by nine-year-old Conor (Jimmy Bennett), who asks that Dylan take him and his mother Maggie (Jacinda Barrett) along. Fast behind them is Robert Ramsey (Kurt Russell), anxious to search for his daughter Jennifer (Emmy Rossum) and her fianc Christian (Mike Vogel). Only an hour earlier this young couple had found it impossible to tell him they were engaged and now face much graver challenges.Wary of alliances, Dylan reluctantly leads the small band of survivors upward through the bowels of the ship. Those who choose to join them rather than wait below include a shy stowaway (Mia Maestro), a suicidal man (Richard Dreyfuss) who re-discovers his will to live and a young waiter with knowledge of the ship's layout (Freddy Rodriguez).Determined to fight their way to the surface, they must forge a path together through layers of wreckage as the ship continues to sink. Bonds form quickly in this journey of vertical climbs, dead ends and sheer drops. And trust proves vital.