Body Without Soul

Body Without Soul

Documentary look at doomed male prostitutes in Prague, ages 15 to 18, who troll at the public swimming pool, the train station, a video arcade, and a disco. After the boys talk about how they got in the game, the camera follows them to the home of Pavel Rousek. Under the name Hans Miller, he makes gay porno videos, primarily for German distribution. Intercut with a movie shoot chez Rousek is an interview that follows him to his day job at a morgue, where he performs an autopsy as he talks about his work. The sex is without protection; the boys are without family. They talk about their bodies and souls, money, their sexual orientation, AIDS, their dreams, and death.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:Czech
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:interview,   gay,   youth,  

Documentary look at doomed male prostitutes in Prague, ages 15 to 18, who troll at the public swimming pool, the train station, a video arcade, and a disco. After the boys talk about how ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Spencer C (au) wrote: "We Americans? Why? Nazis are bad; we're good!"

Pablo G (mx) wrote: Doesnt quite doo too much in order to excell as a documentary, but it does enough to give all this infamous horror movies a social context that does shine some light on why these movies happen and how they affect people.

Loging B (ag) wrote: I like the movie & sammi song, I was use as ringtone in 2000

Andy F (es) wrote: [color=white]There are an equal amount of reaons why Billy Bob Thronton's [i]Daddy & Them [/i]is both theatrical release and straight to DVD worthy. In the end I say the choice to send this past theaters and right to video was a bad one. I know there are many less than good aspects about this ultimate hillbilly comedy, but that's no reason to reject its box-office and wider audience chances. There are also many uproarious moments in the film as well, and compared to most of the popular comedies in theaters regularly these days, this is triumphant. [/color] [color=white]The movie was made in 2001 but didn't see itself fall onto video store shelves until two years later. Thornton writes, directs, stars and brings along a cast that works wonders together. The family of characters are played by Laura Dern, Kelly Preston, Andy Griffith, Brenda Blethyn, and Jim Varney. There are also two great tiny roles made into something more memorable than they could've been by Jamie Lee Curtis and Ben Affleck. Thornton' script is so over the top at times, but it's likeability grabs you and won't let go, so you ultimately surrender. [/color] [color=white]The star power alone should've given this one a shot at the big screen 4 years ago. Although there are scenes that fall flat on their face, this is a comedy that I think many people could find entertaining. Thornton and Dern's radically up and down relationship alone is enough to recommend this film. [/color]

Hannah M (us) wrote: For a movie based on a Robert Cormier novel, this is surprisingly uplifting. I don't remember the book having nearly this positive an ending. Although I'm still not convinced of Elijah Wood's acting abilities, he was fine here for the slightly-off, somewhat-detached Barney Snow. His interactions seemed real and genuine, and the interesting cast of characters surrounding him made me want to know more about his story. I'd forgotten much of the plot - it's been years since I read the book. I found myself intrigued with where it was going and feeling very satisfied by the time the credits rolled. Still a dark essence to it, so it's hardly what I'd call "inspirational," and it's not for everyone (I'm not even sure it's for fans of Cormier's work) but it's very well done and I liked it a lot.

Sequoia P (kr) wrote: Its a fall back movie on a Sunday:)

JH K (us) wrote: La ms disfrutable de las flojas pelculas de Bruce Lee, ese gran genio tan mal llevado en la pantalla.

Paul M (au) wrote: what a horribly joke this movie was. I loved the premise - 10 people trapped inside a doomsday bunker during an apocalypse. how do choose who the 10 should be is an intriguing question. they ruin it by flopping from classroom (reality) to fantasy (which should be the movie!) back and forth. in the end a teeny bopper movie with little worth.

Al H (ru) wrote: A film about the bullying and a very angry girl.

Cody B (mx) wrote: Think of it as the Western's Avatar. Big, beautiful scenes and little else. But what beauty!