Come and Go

Come and Go

Driven by his struggle against the illness that would ultimately prove fatal, Monteiro fervently devoted himself to his deeply personal last work, a musically structured meditation on spirituality and desire in which he heroically cast himself in the lead role as an eccentric libertine drifting wide-eyed through a sun-drenched Lisbon. A consciously terminal film, Come and Go offers a poetic summation of Monteiro’s fascination with the body as the most irreverent and mysterious of temples, staging a series of playfully austere encounters between the visibly infirm and prematurely aged director and the women with whom he engages in erotic, linguistic and theological debates.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:Portuguese,Ukrainian,Spanish,Latin,Greek
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:old man,   film within a film,   bus,  

Driven by his struggle against the illness that would ultimately prove fatal, Monteiro fervently devoted himself to his deeply personal last work, a musically structured meditation on spirituality and desire in which he heroically cast himself in the lead role as an eccentric libertine drifting wide-eyed through a sun-drenched Lisbon. A consciously terminal film, Come and Go offers a poetic summation of Monteiro’s fascination with the body as the most irreverent and mysterious of temples, staging a series of playfully austere encounters between the visibly infirm and prematurely aged director and the women with whom he engages in erotic, linguistic and theological debates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ciaran G (kr) wrote: Definitely a chick flick but I still enjoyed it. ???

Zoe L (au) wrote: I love the conversation between Mr Buddha and Sexy. It's funny when Leg Kebab's dad keeps reminding Buddha's age when they first met. It's just hilarious

Dwayne R (us) wrote: Essentially a poorly acted, scripted Frankenstein(s) movie

Neil Mikel L (ag) wrote: This is just a guess--from the people who brought us Puppet Masters...brings us more B-horror. The acting was bad, the story predictable, the toy soilder at the end...was enough for me!

Jeremy D (jp) wrote: An absolutely chilling look at a woman who was driven from childhood to become a monster.

David J (mx) wrote: Like the title says, pretty much everyone should see this documentary on the moon lands and the Apollo missions....extra features are super good on this Criterion release as well!

Fred T (au) wrote: Isn't Max von Sydow just the greatest?

Virgilio L (es) wrote: Poetic madness with increidible realness rarely seen in film. The images will stay for a while. Locura poetico con una verdaderante real, Los imagenes se van a quedar por un rato

Ben L (br) wrote: It's been a long time since I saw this film, but when I stuck my new DVD into the player it was just like coming back to an old friend. I used to watch Innerspace frequently because it was just that right mix of science-fiction and comedy to keep teenage Ben totally entertained. Looking at it now I did notice that, while the visual effects are remarkable for their time, there's a lot more fiction to this and not much science. That doesn't really bother me because now I'm just watching it for the laughs. If you haven't seen Innerspace, it is about an experiment where Dennis Quaid is shrunk down and injected into Martin Short's body. That's all you need to know. Dennis Quaid is charming and yet kind of a jerk as Tuck Pendleton and that works as a complete contrast to Martin Short's turn as Jack Putter. I know some people don't connect with Martin Short's variety of physical comedy, but I find it perfectly fits for his role in this film, no one plays hyperactive and overly neurotic better than him. Meg Ryan shows up in one of her early film roles and is that perfect mix of tough and innocent. Most of the supporting cast is great as well, particularly Robert Picardo who kind of gets to play 2 roles.Innerspace is a very silly film. I know some people will take issue with the illogical nature of certain events in the movie, but you have to be willing to shut off your brain for a little while and just take the ride with these characters. The way they structured Innerspace is almost akin to a buddy-cop movie (where both of the "cops" are inside the same body.) I love that they added so much action (and a few impressive stunts) into something that could have relied solely on the jokes. One of the neat things they talk about in the commentary is that while filming, despite the fact that the 2 main actors were not really shooting together, they would show up for one-another's scenes. This allowed for a very natural banter and some improv, and you can sense it in their performances. There are lots of people who won't get the level of enjoyment out of Innerspace that I do, and I'm perfectly willing to admit there is some nostalgia playing into my opinion. However if you like a good laugh, and can lose yourself in a film despite some silly "science" I'd recommend you give this movie a try.

James P (ca) wrote: 4th Dirty Harry film, 3rd best in the series. 'Go ahead, make my day'

Jonathan B (ag) wrote: A powerful and poignant look into the startling dangers of one of the most dangerous drugs of - HA! HA! HA! HA! Oh man, you gotta love this film.

Joe G (nl) wrote: Another outstanding work by Kevin Smith this laugh out loud comedy will keep you entertained as well as provoked by intellectual conversations woven into the plot in between joke. Would highly recommend to intellects and comedy lovers alike.

Simon G (es) wrote: One of the most under-appreciated and misunderstood modern war films ever made.