Day and Night
DAY AND NIGHT is about people that love and want to be loved. It's the story of a father, his young son, his unfaithful wife, her secret lover, his young mistress, his lonely sister, his forgetful mother, a fanatic football coach, a pregnant whore and an angel disguised as an old man. They are all looking for the answer to the same question: "If love is the answer - what is the question?"
- Stars:Rupert Everett, José Garcia, Patrice Cols, Rossy de Palma, Ornella Muti, Elie Semoun, Bernard Farcy, Jean-Claude Brialy, Miglen Mirtchev, Marisa Berenson, Lambert Wilson, Mikael Persbrandt, Sam Kessel, Maria Bonnevie, Michael Nyqvist, Lena Endre, Hans Alfredson, Pernilla August, Fares Fares, Marie Göranzon, Tuva Novotny, Erland Josephson, Sandra Hila,
- Country:Sweden, Denmark
- Director:Simon Staho,
- Writer:Peter Asmussen, Per Nielsen (storyline consultant), Simon Staho
DAY AND NIGHT is about people that love and want to be loved. It's the story of a father, his young son, his unfaithful wife, her secret lover, his young mistress, his lonely sister, his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: In the third concert film collaboration between rock icon Neil Young and director Jonathan Demme (who helmed Heart of Gold and Trunk Show), Young gets deeply personal. Demme follows the Canadian rock hero back to his hometown of Omemee, where Young travels through his old neighborhood whilst recalling tales of his youth. Then we see him at Toronto's Massey Hall, where he laces those stories with enduring songs of love, loss and memory fleeting. There's the classics ('Ohio', 'Hey Hey, My My') and the new tunes ('Leia') and all reveal stunning revelations of a truly wondrous life lived. Just like his other works with Young and his amazing concert film Stop Making Sense, Demme can make a concert feel very personal, and my advice is to sit back and absorb it. Shot in the final two nights of Young's 2011 tour, Journeys bristles with rock and roll essence. It's terrific viewing.
(es) wrote: This will be a cult classic one day. It is so awesome. Very funny and great acting. Just a little bit dark and a lot awesome!
(ag) wrote: A proper thought out trilogy is rare to find,this second chapter builds on the first and still leaves you craving more from the final chapter.Excellent
(ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this one. It was better than I thought it would be. A great movie for all you Ghost Hunters out there. :)
(au) wrote: Passable Danish knockoff of the recent Asian horror trend is technically well made, but suffers from an illogical and underwritten script. Hardcore horror fans will find little satisfaction here; the teen crowd should be reasonably entertained.
(mx) wrote: This is without a doubt my favorite movie of all time. I am huge fan of the Ghost in the Shell series all the way from the movies, to the anime series, to the video game series, to the mangas. Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society does everything right, perfect characters, perfect film noir story, perfect film noir plot, perfect animation, perfect voice acting, everything is perfect about this movie. What I really like is the main character, Major Motoko Kusanagi, and her voice actress, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.
(au) wrote: So here we are with another bizarre movie in the franchise. Its every bit as charmingly random and funny as Bride but just not quite as interesting. The pacing is much slower and isn't as brutal, even though the whole franchise is pretty stupid this movie just felt unreasonably daft. I felt not much happened but its a okay sequel in keeping with the others, just not as indulgent, no matter how guilty you feel.
(de) wrote: another good hindi movie (:
(de) wrote: Not interested in seeing this.
(de) wrote: Highly recommended, if only you need advice on how to defend yourself with cotton balls. One of the best German comedies, evah!
(mx) wrote: There are some moments that are truly gorgeous, and the film is a technical and logistical marvel, but Ridley Scott treats the material with an overblown self-importance that begins to verge on parody as the film progresses. Compounding that is the lead performance by Depardieu, who feels like he's reaching for serious gravitas but can't get there. The movie's a misfire, but an interesting one, as it provides a template for the sort of historical epic filmmaking that Scott would perfect in the following decade. One last positive feature: the electronics-laden musical score by Vangelis which - while anachronistic - is suitably (and enjoyably) optimistic.
(it) wrote: Was funny as hell...but then again what did you expect from The Diceman
(gb) wrote: T?m?nkaltaisten elokuvien katsomisen j?lkeen osaa arvostaa Leonen mestariteoksia viel? entist? enemm?n, koska ero verrattuna niihin on niin suuri.
(au) wrote: More drama than thriller, this spy film is eminently believable. Perhaps due to this, the film is tense but rarely exciting. Burton is excellent as a past his prime spy.
(it) wrote: just ok but not confused with john wayne marlene dietrich pic of same name
(es) wrote: While it ultimately feels like a mock Hitchcock, "Basic Instinct" is indeed a guilty pleasure. Does the mystery at the center of the plot make sense? Not really. Is it realistic? Only at times. But the dialogue by Joe Eszterhas, fraught with sexual imagery, is sometimes funny as hell and other times sexy. Campy and pulpy, "Basic Instinct" works because of a dedicated cast, dominated by Sharon Stone in an incomparable performance as Catherine Trammell. That interrogation scene is one to remember.