Could We Maybe

Could We Maybe

Kim (Karl Wagner) is an attractive and well-liked 15-year-old Danish boy with a rather ordinary life. He likes to drink beer and party with his friends. School is a bore. His parents are ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1977
  • Language:Danish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:beer,   drunk,   chase,  

15-year-old Kim - an ordinary teenager, given mostly to himself, living with an unmarried mother in a small apartment. Once Kim together with an unfamiliar girl falls hostage during a bank robbery, but after making ​​friends with the leader of the robbers, Kim and his new friend run away from them. Settling for a while in an empty house, teenagers fall in love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Could We Maybe torrent reviews

Greg P (au) wrote: Less about science than entertainment. Set in implausible environments and showing wildly speculative behavior, this production isn't far removed from the animated feature, Ice Age. perhaps the consulting paleontologists believed they could make a name for themselves by deviating as far as possible from what most scientists believe to be the most likely conditions back then.

Neil B (de) wrote: nindooot na salidaaa

Michael T (au) wrote: Went right over my head.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.

Brian W (nl) wrote: Even with a fantastic cast, this movie just didn't impress me, it had a decent story line and started out fairly decent but just ended up being to slow paced.

Zaar D (us) wrote: Kadeem Hardison? The dude from the Cosby Show and then the spin-off when the slut when off to college...HA HA HA

Malachi S (es) wrote: As good as the first

Al M (it) wrote: Good luck finding this golden age slasher film because it has never been been released on DVD. Still, for slasher fans, I can say that it is a thoroughly entertaining if at times silly entry in the genre that aspires to a kind of metafictional level by having actresses auditioning for a film as the pool of victims. Curtains is nowhere near as intelligent as even the most asinine metafiction (Hello, Wes Craven's Scream!), but it is still a fun little piece of 80s slasher fare that will delight those who love the period and genre and are looking for films they haven't seen.

Iain B (fr) wrote: I gave this 30 mins, a third of the way through, as it had got such a high score on IMDb, this seemed like 15 years! To say it's a slow burner would be an understatement... Binned