No one knows for sure what transpired when German physicist Werner Heisenberg met with his Jewish Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr, in Copenhagen -- the event became the stuff of modern scientific mythology. Director Howard Davies puts his spin on the momentous meeting that occurred one night in September 1941, during which the longtime friends entered into a dangerous discussion about physics and politics.
A television adaptation of Michael Frayn's celebrated and award-winning stage play about the meeting between physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in 1941 Copenhagen. At this time the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Copenhagen torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Beautiful (honestly incredible) urban shots and nice stories. For me the only problem is not what's in the movie, but what isn't - names like Keith Edward, Kool Herc, etc. are way too important to skip. It is , however, a great documentary in it's own right.
(au) wrote: Very intimate and sensual
(de) wrote: I loved the book! It sadly didn't translate quite as well on film, but I think the creators worked very well with the concept and the cast was spot-on. Enjoyable, I recommend adding this to your collection as well as reading the awesome book.
(de) wrote: This film was dire. Even given that we wanted something that was easy viewing, it was a complete waste of time. The plot was contorted, implausible and not even funny. What a waste of actors and budget.
(ru) wrote: ahahaha Gerard Butler! totally forgot he was Dracula. it's nice to know I still enjoy the fuck outta this movie! I remember my dad sneaking me into the theatre to see it when I was like 11 and thinking I was a badass 'cause all my little friends were watching shit like Mighty Joe Young and Beethoven movies. hell, I have no idea why peeps are so hard on this film, at least dem bitches don't sparkle.
(fr) wrote: a title like that means lots of non-blondes walkin' around :Dthe only good thing was listening to Caulfield's voice -- talk about shallow *wink*
(us) wrote: Entertaining. The musical and theatrical numbers are great, the initial plot is intriguing and the movie seems propelled by a bouncy vibe. However, ultimately the plot is so-so: it doesn't really go anywhere or make any profound statements. The Nazi Germany setting gives a vast amount of room for biting statements, but the movie only scratches the surface.Liza Manelli is superb in the lead role. Her bubbliness and warmth keep the movie going and give it a beautiful light feeling. Good support from Michael York and a host of German performers.
(au) wrote: My husband and I had this disc for a month before we could bring ourselves to watch it, and I think we may have been justified. Kurosawa never delievers anything but a well crafted, beautifully shot film, but unlike his others, I just could not get into this li
(br) wrote: Totally awesome film