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Code Unknown: Incomplete Tales of Several Journeys
A young man harasses a homeless woman, another man protests, the police arrest both and the woman has to leave the country. What were their various story-lines leading up to this event?
- Stars:Kyle Schmid, Robert Ri'chard, Kaley Cuoco, Mimi Paley, Joey Wilcots, Juliette Binoche, Thierry Neuvic, Josef Bierbichler, Alexandre Hamidi, Maimouna Hélène Diarra, Ona Lu Yenke, Djibril Kouyaté, Luminita Gheorghiu, Crenguta Hariton, Bob Nicolescu, Bruno Todeschini, Paulus Manker, Didier Flamand, Walid Afkir, Maurice Bénichou,
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Carlos Z (ca) wrote: Slightly sexier version than the lst movie.
Kristina K (kr) wrote: What a mess. It was an OK movie. Funny at times, but mostly a mess and is based on what? No character development at all. The main characters were boring, weak and not funny. Best was Danny (duh), he did his job... an idiotic clueless Al Pacino wanna be.
Annie C (ca) wrote: "Nobody knows if it's gonna work out. It's all a leap of faith."
Gabriel R (de) wrote: I must be slipping in my age if this movie has passed through without my knowledge.
Dave H (br) wrote: Great performances and intriguing take on the Holmes/Watson dynamic, but the eccentricities get a tad indulgent, and the plot ambles off to nowhere. Worth a look though.
Kenneth R (ru) wrote: Boring and and uninspiring.
Nicholas S (es) wrote: Good, as far as psychological thrillers go, with a few plot twists and turns. We never really know who the bad guy is until the end. Typical American arrogant cops in the film, both meet a nasty end. The film keeps you guessing and keeps you excited.
Andrew S (ru) wrote: Humourous story with many interesting characters.
Ciaran O (kr) wrote: Strange one this...he's kind of the Irish James Bond! It's a bit Oirish at times, but it also looks a lot like the rural Ireland I grew up in (sigh...) The ending is crap but it is entertaining - especially when you are pissed and munching on a mixed kebab.
Matthew M (ru) wrote: A great and sad tale of time and romance. Alan Alda and Ellen Burstyn give grippingly real performances.
John M (ca) wrote: It's bizarre, but the first 30-45 minutes employ many horror film techniques. But it's a Drama with Romance & Adventure mixed in -- not Horror. It's always a treat to see Elizabeth Taylor. I kept trying to see if her eyes really are violet (they looked blue to me). Saldy, Dana Andrews ate no prunes.
Jenny J (es) wrote: I love this movie too even though it is not quite as good as Support your Local Sheriff.
Simon P (ca) wrote: Excellent and splendidly incoherent homage to the Italian giallo films of the '70s/80s. The "quality" of dialogue, acting and gore are all spot on. Great atmos' and visuals, top soundtrack too.(Cambridge B-movie Festival screening 22/08/15)