Death of a Loved One

Death of a Loved One

Puck has been invited by her tutor at the university to celebrate midsummer at his secluded cottage on an island together with a group of friends, among them Einar Bure. Puck and Einar are having a secret relationship, and he is the reason she says yes to the invitation. Having been out on a romantic spree with Einar, Puck finds one of the female guests murdered. Einar contacts his friend Christer Wijk, but upon Christer's arrival, the dead body has disappeared. The contact with the outside world is broken when the island's only boat goes missing. They are trapped on the island - and someone among them is a killer...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   island,   whodunit,  

Puck Ekstedt, doctoral student in literature, is invited by her supervisor Rutger to spend Midsummer with him and his wife at their summer house on an isolated island. When he reveals that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Death of a Loved One torrent reviews

Tanner M (ru) wrote: What's creepier then being stuck in a abandoned city with radiation monsters running around? Being betrayed by the goverment. I liked this movie a lot, but I wasn't the biggest fan of the ending.

(fr) wrote: A Girl Walks Into a Bar was a fun watch. It's an oringinal, funny, smart flick. I really liked the cast too. The story moves quickly leaving no room to get bored. I liked how all the characters are all linked in some way. I really liked Carla Gugino as Francine. She is snarky and I like that. I also liked Aaron Tveit (first time seeing him in a film). I found him charming and funny. The movie is about Francine, an ex-cop, who is doing a case with a fellow cop named Sam in catching a dentist who is looking to hire a hit-man/woman to kill his cheating wife. While waiting for said dentist to retrieve his mulah, Francine runs into Henry, a really good pocket picker. He charms her and takes her evidence against the dentist which leads her to several bars searching for him. It's a rather short film, but I really enjoyed it. It's just different from the norm. Which is why I enjoy indie flicks so much.

Rich B (es) wrote: The Great Water (2005) - "Friendship must be earned. I didn't understand what that meant then, but I remembered those words for the rest of my life." - Lem Nikodinoski Based on Zhivko Chingo's novel and set in 1945, "The Great Water" is the harrowing story of twelve year old Lem, whose parents were "removed" for their opposition to Tito-Stalin. The story takes place in an camp designed to recondition the kids for their eventual absorption into the collective. An unflinching recollection of the madness that was Stalin, of the human vermin that rose in its (his) shadow, their victims, and the terrible courage of the youngsters who resisted, "Great Water" is a punishing film. The story is much more than a confession, or a stark reminder of a page in the history of a land that has had it's share of violence. There was a greater evil in Europe in the years leading up to 1945 and strange bedfellows combined to crush him. In the wake of Germany's destruction, Tito rose to join Stalin and Democracy stood across the borders and glared at him until Tito's death in 1980. The land that was Yugoslavia began to unravel shortly afterward, accelerating in the 1990s, eventually leading to brutal ethnic violence and the ultimate intervention by NATO in early 2000. A beautiful people, their capacity for violence has always mystified me. Perhaps now I have a greater appreciation of the passions, and a greater kinship.

Hakeem J (ru) wrote: An oldie that was playing on TV, but definitely my favorite Dwayne Johnson movie to date. It's silly in it's plot, funny in it's absurdity, and an all round good ride.Christopher Walken as an antagonist will always garner my thumbs up.

Henry F (ag) wrote: A good little British film about a boy struggling to grow up around a shattered family. He begins dealing drugs, only to find it leads him to even more problems. It has some surprisingly great performances and a powerful story, with some good old fashioned British filmmaking, but it seems a lot longer than it actually is. Not a film I'll watch again in a hurry, but still a good one.

Kay L (nl) wrote: Not good, but I've seen it more than once.

Luca B (br) wrote: Solita trama puerile al limite del ridicolo ma c' del vero Shaolin Chuan da gustarsi e Jet Lee in ottima forma.

Scott R (it) wrote: The fair telling of an important conflict.

Rico H (ca) wrote: Avoid this movie at all cost!!!!! The story line is nothing close to the original. Special effects are inconsistent through out the movie. the 28 Days, 28 Months series are far better.

Matt G (ag) wrote: Madagascar was bad, but this cheap knockoff is almost worse. Animation is rudimentary, soundtrack is hilariously ill-conceived, and the story is all but completely missing. The few funny characters we run into once we get to the titular "wild" aren't nearly enough to save this forgotten Disney mishap.

Jen B (au) wrote: My new favorite Flick!