Cosi

Cosi

Lewis a young director get his first job directing a play at a mental hospital with the patients as the cast. The play that is decided on is Cosi fan tutte an opera by Mozart.

Lewis is a young Sydney amateur theater director at his first experience: he is offered a job with a Governmental program for the rehabilitation of mentally ill patients in a Sydney ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jacob H (au) wrote: It bugs me that this movie does not have lower ratings. It was terrible. I can't remember ever seeing a worse movie.

Fernando B (de) wrote: A bonita histria de vida de uma das pessoas mais influentes do Brasil no sculo XX. Muito alm de se comunicar com espritos, este homem comunicou-se com o interior das pessoas, dando um novo sentido s relaes terreno-espirituais. A espiritualidade est presente em todos, quer nos aceitemos ou no. O filme retrata este conflito latente de forma muito humana utilizando figuras cticas que tiveram seus coraes tocados pela humanidade, simplicidade e exatido do mestre Xavier. Um bom filme para todos, independente da crena ou grau de espiritualidade.

Diego G (jp) wrote: The two main actors are great. Solid movie.

Frederick M (us) wrote: An inspirational documentary about seven blind Tibetan teenagers who are guided up a mountain in the Himalayas. Their guide is the blind mountain climber who reached the summit of Mount Everest. It's a good documentary. There's a lot of footage here. Some of it is a bit unnecessary. The documentary could have been cut by maybe 20 minutes. It's still very good. The focus switches in the movie to the most interesting blind mountain climber, Tashi, who is a street kid who ran away from home and ended up in Tibet. Their journey isn't about being blind people who climb mountains but more about their own battle with their waning self-esteem. I did not know this coming into the movie but Buddhists are extremely bigoted towards the blind who they feel did something terrible in their past lives to have such a disability. There's footage in the movie of buddhists yelling obscenities at these kids. It's strange. Even buddhism is not immune from spreading bigotry through their religion. You can tell that it does effect these blind kids who aren't all that stable. It's all about the climb for them and their chance to prove something for themselves.

andrew d (de) wrote: C'est horrible...So fucking stupid I wanted to strangle it...it was about as psychologically complex as a pez dispenser...

Sam B (ru) wrote: The story line is good, there is a good work on the images and the music. The only negative point with this movie is that Angelina Jolie is not good for this role, she is too fragile and not very believable. Also a lot of the openings have no ends, we don't know if the psychopath really killed his twin brother and so on.

Grant H (gb) wrote: Ok movie. Decent amount of laughs, ok performances from Rock and Mac.

Nate S (it) wrote: Very interesting and unique film making technique. Crappy story.

Jonathan D (kr) wrote: I gave it three minutes but it seemed nothing but a jock movie glorifying war, racism and sexism.

Tim D (es) wrote: I wasn't impressed by this at first because all the characters were one-dimensional. As soon as I said that I realized the whole point of the movie. It's pretty brilliant how it's written. And it has some really good laughs too.

terry l (ca) wrote: This was a great film that took place in Tibet around 1937 where a young boy was born. His name was Tencho Gyalpo who later became the 14th Dalai Lama. Tencho Gyalpo was a boy who loved to hear stories of his birth. He was told that on the day he was born, he was guarded by two crows. This may seem like a coincidence because there had been two crows also said to have guarded the 13th Dalai Lama on the day of his death. At the age of two, Tencho Gyalpo was discovered by monks that were on a quest for the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama. They found this little man in Tibet. In the movie, the monks would place some objects that belonged to the 13th Dalai Lama along with other objects, in front of the child, and each time the young boy would pick up an object that belonged to the 13th Dalai Lama he would say, "Mine, mine." Because Tencho Gyalpo could do what some would call miracles, he was thought to be the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama. Kundun means "prince" which was what he later was called. Two years later, the monk would return and take the boy to live in the monastery. Kundun would be taught the way of Buddhism. There are several scenes in the movie that remind me of rituals and sacred places I have read about like the meditation ritual. As a teenager he is faced with the fact Chinese have invaded Tibet. The people are being killed and treated like animals. Kundun tries to make peace with some Chinese officers but it was in vain. Later in the movie he needed to flee or he would be killed. Because of the pressure, he chose to flee to India around 1959 and it is there he had dreams or visions of his people being killed under the Chinese rule.

Gertrude G (es) wrote: Jesus Christ the heartbreak, the dedication, the convictions. Fantastic film, I never want to watch again, my heart aches at the premise

Hugo F (jp) wrote: Cruel mind games steeped in secret love affairs and music. Dark shadows cast over Bacall's cat eyes and we have a hit.

Kristin C (nl) wrote: I really want to see this movie!