Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young women in Nazi-occupied countries are packed onto a train and shipped off to a prison camp, where the sadistic commandant uses them as rewards for his lesbian guards and perverted and deviate troops.
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Mark W (de) wrote: Sometimes a film comes along that although it hasn't received a wide release or even a reasonable marketing campaign, it can capture your attention by the very people involved. This has prestigious director Werner Herzog; the go-to-man for troubled souls Michael Shannon; a host of talented supporting roles including the always reliable Willem Dafoe and it's executive-produced by surreal transcendentalist David Lynch. I thought it's lack of attention was maybe because the film was a stinker or maybe it was just a cult classic waiting to be discovered. Now that I know, I'd unfortunately put the film's relative obscurity in the former category. Brad McCullum (Michael Shannon) is a strange young man living in San Diego. One day, unexpectedly, he kills his mother with a sword and locks himself away in his home, claiming to have hostages. Detectives Havenhurst (Willem Dafoe) and Vargas (Michael Pena) arrive on the scene to get to the bottom of Brad's seemingly sudden act of lunacy. As this film opens it's apparent, early on, that it's going to go in a different direction. The use of music is eerie and the behaviour of the characters very off-key but then that's entirely expected when David Lynch's name appears on the opening credits. It even has a few of Lynch's regular cast members in Dafoe, Brad Dourif and Grace Zabriskie but the most apparent thing that separates this from Lynch's efforts is the absence of haunting composer Angelo Badalamenti. Without him, it's just not the same. There are several moments to be admired and those moments are mainly fashioned with a Lynchian wierdness but it's an ability that Herzog just can't get a handle on here. Even though Lynch is weird, he is never boring but Herzog certainly comes across this way. Despite it's intriguing atmosphere and sense of mystery, I found myself losing interest and losing it rapidly. The performances - as expected - are great and Michael Shannon adds another intense and off-beat character to his resum (C) but the tone and poor script let down any impressive work delivered onscreen. In fact, if it wasn't for the reliable cast, I'd rate this even lower than I have. As an exploration of mental health culminating into Greek tragedy, it's ambitious but the sheer strangeness of it all just falls flat. In the same year, Herzog released "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" which was an another exploration of one man's insanity but as impressive as that was, he doesn't achieve the same balance with this one. I always knew I was taking a chance going into this but I really didn't expect it to be as bad as it turned out to be. I held onto the fact that this it may have been misunderstood but I was, sadly, mistaken. As the old proverb goes... 'too many cooks spoil the broth'; this might have worked better had either Lynch or, especially, Herzog had a clearer idea of what they were delivering.On this occasion I'll be changing Werner's name to 'Herz-slog'. What he was formulating, I was receiving on a badly tuned frequency.
Leslie P (fr) wrote: this movie is the best one I could have ever seen
Private U (es) wrote: Sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll in modern Hamburg--a typical Fatih Akin piece!
Marco F (ca) wrote: I don't know why this movie was made, other than to cash in on the success of the previous film. It's not even really that fun to watch.
Alex r (fr) wrote: a good little solid black magic movie that has great acting and a pretty well written story. the only draw back is that the movie revolves around 4 people in a cell so there's only so much you can do with somethin like this which means the action is extremely limited and the movie relies mostly on dialogue. it was a little slow in parts and there was only a few black magic scenes to be had here. this movie is going to be a hit or miss for most people.
Hattie T (us) wrote: Good one! Different but good.
Bengt W (ag) wrote: -verraskande kompetent filmskapande av Berry Gordy Jr. men inte direkt ngot feministiskt msterverk. Dessutom r den Oscar-nominerade musiken en rejl besvikelse.
Tico P (ag) wrote: I just love this movie. I saw it on TV in Argentina dubbed in Spanish when I was a kid. Now thanks to modern day technology it is widely available on DVD. Adam West (Batman) has a part as one of the pilots that crash lands on Mars. If you're familiar with Robinson Crusoe, the story is more a less the same. It all takes place on Mars, and his trusted servant "Friday" is an escaped slave prisoner from a distant planet. A pet monkey is their only companion besides each other. Together they struggle for survival with the lack of food, water and oxygen. It all might sound silly, but I find this a moving picture with a touch of humanity. Later ripped off in the 1985 film "Enemy Mine" by Wolf Petterson. Some of the sets are nice and the special effects are "nifty". The spaceships were leftovers from War of the Worlds. It's worth your time as a fun midnight movie, if you're in the mood for this kind of stuff. The only thing that puzzles me is that I would have eaten the pet monkey if I was starving. Enjoy this visual treat with a bucket of popcorn and beer.
Rakisha K (fr) wrote: Maybe it's just a product of its times, but Julie just seems like such an airhead too stupid to realize how much of a bum her husband was.
Ralph R (it) wrote: No sir, I don't like it.