On New Year's holidays, Mariana (21) and Rodrigo (30) drive to the coast where he has to sell a property. There, they find Karina (7), late at night and in the middle of nowhere. She tells then she ran away from home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cold Water of the Sea
On New Year's holidays, Mariana (21) and Rodrigo (30) drive to the coast where he has to sell a property. There, they find Karina (7), late at night and in the middle of nowhere. She tells then she ran away from home.
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Scott S (ag) wrote: This one didn't get the greatest reviews...but I enjoyed it.
Peter W (au) wrote: Zooey Deschanel definately needs to do more singing. The movie is fun, but also a little nutty.
The A (gb) wrote: CHAMBER OF SECRETS may borrow it's plot outline from SORCERER'S STONE, but it has enough established and consistent continuity to allow its emotional and suspenseful turns to shine brighter than the first HARRY POTTER entry.
Jesse F (ca) wrote: How High wouldn't even be a fun movie if you were stoned!!
Cody C (es) wrote: Pointless dumb fun in a way most so-called pointless dumb fun movies hardly ever strive for. Immaculately put together and funny as all hell. And absolutely retarded.
Keith N (us) wrote: This was underrated by film critics, but probably one of the best film dipictions of ethnic cleansing, revenge and war ever made. An Oliver Stone masterpiece.
Jake T (us) wrote: Weird but good! Charles Band again!
Isabelle S (br) wrote: It is so an EXCELLENT movie. God bless Ezio!!!
Josh S (br) wrote: If you are stumbling on this by accident, I can only say one thing: If you find this film, watch it! Rent it, buy it, do whatever you can, but just watch it and think. If you can't find any of your personal values or beliefs in this film, you have some soul-searching to do.Anybody who dislikes a film like this probably doesn't like thinking through film. This mockumentary encourages thought and affirmative action toward its viewers. You watch these tortured souls and agree with what they are saying, totally detesting the bullcrap that the authorities spew out every second of their screen time. It takes a non-American director to expose the hatred and erosion of moral values over time and the results of the elections of the so-called "greatest country in the world." America is full of victims like the ones portrayed in this film, yet, as the band Verse would say: "We still struggle with the fact that one percent has ninety-nine on their knees." This is heavily represented in Punishment Park.The basic breakdown is this: Groups of radical anti-establishment Americans are arrested and put on trial in the California desert. They are read their crimes and sentenced. If they are found guilty, they are given a choice of either a ridiculously exaggerated prison term, or a run through "Punishment Park;" A two-day trek through the desert spanning 54 miles. At the end of the course is an American flag, if the accused reaches it without being caught by the police, who are set out after the groups after two hours, they are free to go, if not, they face their prison terms, or even death. The film goes through dual narratives, one being the trials taking place and the thought provoking arguments made by eight young men and women who argue for their rights, only to be silenced and restrained by the government. The second story is of the previous group, who have already been sentenced and have chosen Punishment Park, they are now on the run. They speak to the camera, and relate their struggles, becoming likeable characters, yet you just know not all of them are going to survive this.If you've ever played the game "fugitive" you would understand this film a whole lot better. It is a game to the government, a fierce hunting trip to the California police and Army, yet it is the struggle of all struggles for the radicals involved. It is a brutal take on American values and how the right has the upper hand, batting the left down with such ferocity, it doesn't care if it gets severed or not. The film is extremely violent, which was surprising to me. I did not expect the outcomes portrayed in this film. It was a welcoming surprise because the overall reaction to the violence is shock and disbelief. Just imagine if this was going on right now.The filming style is beautiful. Working with plain interiors (pretty much a military tent) for the court scenes, and a vast desert in the exterior for the game itself. The angles are documentary style, things get in the way: sunlight, dust, among other things yet the camera is constantly moving with the hunted. The one big plot hole I found a little hard to believe was that the camera crew is following this team of tired and thirsty people, but continue their job. I would find it hard to believe the crew aren't suffering as well, yet the camera keeps rolling and the director himself speaks a few words off-screen, seemingly healthy. Apart from that, the film is chaotic when the fuzz show up. It is like watching a lion hunt a herd of antelope. Once they close in, it's over.No stars are in this film and the director Peter Watkins is somewhat of an overlooked director, like such great filmmakers like Todd Solondz and Bruno Dumont, he makes movies with a sheer contemptuous statement, showing how normal it is to not be normal by the rest of the world's view. And it's image is highly effective.To conclude, this is an important film that should have been widely released. In our day and age with Michael Moore and Morgan Spurlock giving us their take on America with humorous output, it takes a wake up call like Punishment Park to gather our senses.
Vadim D (mx) wrote: It's not nearly as complicated as other Hitchcock films, but could be one of his best and still full of underlying themes and premises that can be debated. Robert Walker and Farley Granger make a perfect pairing, and that is exactly what Hitchcock was after.
Adrian Z (br) wrote: 2.5 - I was never too fond of Abbott and Costello, but I must admit there are some funny scenes (particularly involving Costello) amidst this otherwise pedestrian spoof of King Kong and its kind. A guy lurching about in a gorilla suit, amongst boxy sets filled with potted looking plants, is not nearly as fun as it sounds.
Alec B (nl) wrote: Its a great adaptation of the play, and Capra finds lots of interesting visual choices without loosing the madcap theatricality that makes the source material so enduring. Grant's facial expressions are hilarious.