Present day: a small village somewhere in rural Serbia. Reports on the upcoming parliamentary elections drone from the radio while a local traffic policeman tries to teach his old grandmother how to use a mobile phone. Glimpses of this old lady, who lives a lonely life on a remote farm, become the red thread running through the film with its snapshot-like portraits of everyday life in the tiny community. There’s the grocer’s shop the men visit to talk about money and politics. Or the postman who delivers on his moped the ballot papers for the forthcoming elections. The policeman who stops cars as he fancies. The school with a handful of children in the overlarge classroom. The pub in which something approaching merriment occasionally arises. And the recurrent visits to the old peasant woman: Her matter-of-fact inventory of aches and pains delivered to the local doctor, her worries about increasing thievery confided in the village priest.
Ashley S (fr) wrote: How is being turned into a zombie a fad.....
Medha G (de) wrote: Lumayan.. Tapi tidak menyeramkan.
Bront Y (br) wrote: Heartbreaking story. I love Alan Ball and his writing, which was pretty close to the book. But the book was better; it gave more insight as to why the main character did what she did.
Megan P (mx) wrote: First Korean film I watched upon my arrival in the land of Kimchi and it had me laughing from beginning to end!
KJ P (de) wrote: As unconventional as they come, "Proxy" is among the indiest films to be released into world-wide film festivals and I must say that this film truly blew my mind. It's not the greatest sounding film, but down to it's core, it's a real human drama and you will come to hate every character in the film by the end. After a woman is viciously attacked 2 weeks to the birth of her new son, the plot opens up to infinite possibilities. You will wonder who the mugger is, where they came from, why they are doing what they are doing, and most importantly, if any of the characters are truly sane. This film borrows a couple elements from "The Shining," and visual styles that have clearly been influenced by Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive." Director Zack Parker is definitely an up and comer who should never leave the industry, because with an improved technical team, he can really make a masterpiece. "Proxy" earns just enough credit to be one of my favourites in 2013. With some awesome slow motion and solid performances all around, this film is terrific!
Simon D (au) wrote: This film is part of a series, i think there are 3 in all, maybe only 2. Got to love the spunky freckled faced leading lady.
Betomovies E (gb) wrote: El Dr Frankenstein mas malvado y el monstruo mas humanizado de la saga
Kym c my community profile R (ru) wrote: 50s sci-fi movie. Cool The older movies seem to have more story in 30 minutes than current fare. When I looked up to see how much time had gone by I couldn't believe it was ONLY 30 minutes. Its funny to hear Planetary travel is only theoretical & everyone else thinks the guy is bonkers for suggesting it, so obviously a bit dated. C
Cory L (br) wrote: Next time Daniel should sell his soul to make a movie that is more compelling, more chilling, and fantastical.
Peanut S (ag) wrote: I also loved the book, and was pleased to hear that they were re-making it. But the fact that it's set it space completely ruins it. Way to go Hollywood. They sure know how to butcher a good story.
Yves B (it) wrote: good movie, some funny moments!
Arjun A (fr) wrote: Cute and at times quite funny
Gia B (ag) wrote: One of the best films I ever saw, probably the best one. Good chars, good story, good plot, awesome music and thanks god, no silly romantic things. Damn, I wish we had more movies like this one nowdays. Standing ovation for The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!