An impressionistic experimental drama. A woman walks a fine line between sanity and madness in a world of constant twilight. She works at a filling station and lives a life of emotional isolation. No one seems to pay attention to her, and she lives in a run-down flat that looks as if it's decaying before our eyes. As the woman wrestles with the demons that are taking hold within her mind, she frequently confronts herself in the mirror, often while naked.

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Brett A (it) wrote: There is nothing wrong with this, per se, it is just... a filler. It is like a short story to explain a plot point getting from the first to the second movie that I do not think was necessary - but it fills in some details...

Jude P (us) wrote: Customary tale very much common to many many North American children with troubled family hood.

Dwain H (us) wrote: Too long, too slow, too boring. Could have been a great 90 minute movie but it went waaaay beyond that. I now use it to fall asleep when a bottle of pills wont work.

Hannah I (it) wrote: touching, but the book was TONS better!

Vince R (fr) wrote: I'm usually not a fan at all of the zombie genre, mainly because 90% of them is just the cast running from a zombie apocalypse of some sort. This film however, is completely unique, strange, random and at times does not make sense. But that is fine and worth a watch if you are in the mood for a quirky horror film.

Steve S (ag) wrote: *** (out of four) Nice adult-oriented drama about a colorful eccentric Charleston family and the different tribulations that befall them as they gather together.

james D (ru) wrote: Add a review (optional) brings the events not just nearer but right at home and he's eaten your porridge, used your toothbrush and now wants you to scrub his back in the tub!

Daniel D (jp) wrote: Wasn't able to finish this movie. Some of the worst lines I've ever seen.

Mark H (us) wrote: I really liked the story and it had plenty of good fighting moves

Jim M (jp) wrote: Continues the story of Sir Winston Churchill from 1940 and the evacuation of Dunkirk threw to the surrender of Germany and his defeat in the 1945 General Election. Brendan Gleeson is well cast as Churchill bringing forth the qualities that held the line during the early days of the Second World War and that helped turn the tide, as well as the less admirable qualities and pig-headness that could make him intolarable. Recommended for those interested in the peroid.

Yannick D (ru) wrote: Although the humour is still largely aimed at the younger crowd, Madagascar proved that Dreamworks - having just come off the obnoxious Shark Tale - could still make fun and engaging movies.

Elijah R (gb) wrote: I feel like a very underrated movie.

Kaitlyn S (jp) wrote: Really good depiction of the Christians from my ex-church