Matthia is about to move to Madrid to be with his boyfriend Eduard, so he won't have to reveal to the family of being gay. Eduard, however, is convinced that their marriage has the blessing... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Come non detto
Matthia is about to move to Madrid to be with his boyfriend Eduard, so he won't have to reveal to the family of being gay. Eduard, however, is convinced that their marriage has the blessing...
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Sam K (br) wrote: This one is my second favorite after 2. The whole Detective Hoffman thing was dull to say the least (except for the last part which was really cool) but the games with the group of people and the message behind them was awesome. Worth watching more than once.
Millo T (br) wrote: Between 2.5 and 3. Peter O'Toole is the one who makes the attention focus on the movie.
Tim D (gb) wrote: I love a good drinking movie, which this looks like at a glance. I don't even know how to describe this because it really isn't anything at all. It's a typical stupid pros vs. the incompetent sports flick.
Donna L (it) wrote: It was interesting with sensitive issues. Almost comedic at times, especially the end.
John B (de) wrote: Claire Denis' treatment of the modern French Foreign Legion rolls in its own time but the story that it weaves is well worth the wait. Very well filmed.
D M (mx) wrote: "Kundun" is a Martin Scorsese film about the life of the 14th Dalai Lama. Monks go to a small village on the outskirts of Tibet to find the boy. His passes all the tests that signify he is the reincarnated Dalai Lama. The child is immediately taken from his family and begins training and education to become the great the great religious leader. The Chinese invasions of Tibet made the young Dalai Lama mature quickly. The young man had many reservations. Was he too young to rule? Why could he not just be a normal teenager? What if he was not the 14th Dalai Lama? All these questions were understandable for a young man with such heavy responsibilities. Everyone looked to the young man for answers. He could not fight Chairman Mao. Buddhists are a peaceful people. They are taught to love and care for all living things. The Dalai Lama was forced to go to India to escape from the war that was tearing his country apart. The film is filled with examples of Buddhist traditions and values that shed light on this world religion. On a visit to see his family, The young Dalai Lama mentioned his teeth were in a cabinet. After it was unlocked a set of dentures wrapped in cloth was pulled out. A monk mentioned the teeth belonged to the thirteenth Dalai Lama. This act solidified the fact the boy was the chosen one. When young child is first taken away from his family, there is a scene in the film where the young boy laughs as he watches a mouse drink from a bowl. No one heard him. The monks were all in a meditative trance. This is a common practice by Buddhist monks. There are also many scenes that show rituals, prayers, and offerings to the monks. "Kundun" shows the world about a religion many westerners do not see. The film portrayed Buddhist as a peaceful and loving group of people beautifully.
Maciek b (ru) wrote: The hooligan's way of life is tempting for a middle-class wannabe police officer who goes undercover to infiltrate the gang of Shadwell Town's hooligans. Is this life really so addictive or just the guy tries to catch his boyish dreams? I'm not quite sure, but the film's worth watching.
Steve H (br) wrote: Dated but amusing. Takes 15 minutes to get going. Things start going wrong when John Cleese gets on the wrong train....on the left...right....right. Then it's a race against time to get to Norwich. As this comedy picks up pace it becomes very enjoyable....and there are a lot of mad old woman who should never have been released from the hospital. 163 miles later....
Andrew D (ru) wrote: One of those films where the action surrounding its creation is more telling of the final product than anything else. The problem of having two seperate voices tell the same story at the same time in slightly different ways.
Brian P (it) wrote: As entertaining as the Footlight Parade and 42nd Street. Such eye candies.
Felipe F (de) wrote: Although unnecessarily long, Gandhi delivers a powerful biopic true to its subject matter thanks largely to Ben Kingsley's spellbinding tour de force performance.
Peter B (es) wrote: A super formulaic Romcom that is made watchable by its likable cast.