Cecilie sees and hears things no one else does; places suddenly change appearance, people aren´t really there. One night she experiences a rape, but no traces are to be found. Her husband Mads commits her to a psychiatric hospital. With the help of a psychiatrist, Per, she begins to see a frightening connection between her condition and a brutal murder that happened more than 30 years before.
- Stars:Sonja Richter, Anders W. Berthelsen, Claus Riis Østergaard, Kurt Ravn, Lars Mikkelsen, Morten Suurballe, Peder Holm Johansen, Julie Grundtvig Wester, Petrine Agger, Thomas W. Gabrielsson, Mille Dinesen, Janus Nabil Bakrawi, Niels Weyde, Helene Egelund, Rolf Hansen,
- Director:Fabian Wullenweber,
- Writer:Nikolaj Arcel, Rasmus Heisterberg
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(au) wrote: Quite a searing look at the life of a gay couple, warts and all. But can't help but feel that it all seems cliche, e.g. drug addiction, HIV and random sex. Not exactly the feel-gooder you need on a Saturday night.
(ru) wrote: Personally I think there is only so much you can do with a drug Lord movie so they are very predictable. The acting was so, so.
(ca) wrote: Updating of THE WICKER MAN plot, here re-staged in the post-Thatcher remains of a run-down Welsh steel town. Craig Fairbrass is no Edward Woodward (and doesn't get his kit off half as much as he should do.)
(mx) wrote: Sorta funny sometimes.
(ag) wrote: Estevez and Dreyfuss return as cops who stakeout a mafia witness. This time they must bring along an annoying District Attorney played by Rosie O'Donnell. Unlike the Lethal Weapon sequel which added comic support and improved upon its predecessor, this sequel falls flat because of its ultimately thin plot and not enough action sequences to keep the viewer interested.
(us) wrote: One of my all-time favorite Bava movies. A great example of Bava's style and an excellent film showcasing his photographic eye. Heavy on atmosphere and atmosfear (hehehe) this is one of the finest films from the 1970s to come from Europe. If you haven't seen it watch it.
(au) wrote: Trident, gum, yum!!!
(de) wrote: Another pure brilliance from the great writing/directing team. Beautifully shot and acted and such a menacing scary ending. An erotic masterpiece.
(ag) wrote: It's Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963): Imagine if EVERY comedian today came together for one movie. This was what this movie was like featuring tons of classic Hollywood stars. Some had big roles like Milton Berle and Jonathan Winters. There were even nice cameos from the likes of Jerry Lewis and the Three Stooges. The movie starts off with the dying words of a thief (Jimmy Durante) who literally kicks the bucket, but not before revealing a huge treasure to motorists who stop to try and help him. What ensues is a crazy cross-country stampede of all these people to find the treasure before everyone else. This thing is 3 hours and 25 minutes long-even comes with an intermission! But I promise you that when it is over, you will be disappointed and wanting more. Not once does this movie feel bloated or that it drags on too long. I first saw this as child and have seen it countless times. A great family movie and a masterpiece that has stood up over time. A bit of trivia: Stan Laurel was asked to be in the movie, but turned it down. When his partner, Oliver Hardy, died in 1957 he said he would never perform again. He never did.