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Daniel Jul is a 28 year old psychiatrist, still living with his mom. He and his friend Ronny have one thing in common, they like searching for metallic objects in the ground. One day they find a jewel with the name "Janne" imprinted. This is the beginning of something big for Daniel. His life will never be the same. He's about to discover a lot of hidden secrets, about himself and others.

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Erin C (fr) wrote: I found this pointless with an end that left much to be desired.

Logan M (fr) wrote: Like Darren Aronofsky's "Pi," "Following" is an intriguing thriller from a first time director.

Sarah F (fr) wrote: I'd like to see this movie!

Thomas K (de) wrote: Before SILENCE OF THE LAMBS was a huge hit and ruined Demme artistically this was the sort of films he made, and he did them well. As well acted and beautifully shot as this film was it should have been a big success but it seems that a film that can't easily categorized is too difficult for the masses.

Dax S (es) wrote: One of my main childhood movies.

Augustine H (de) wrote: I will definitely remember more of Christian Bale's struggle in there Vietnam war here than Robert De Niro in The Deer Hunter.

Grant T (gb) wrote: A pretty solid story with some nice animation. Good for kids and adults

ZACHO D (jp) wrote: VIFF Review: No shame at all in saying that"AAAAAAAAH!" was easily one of the best films of VIFF 2015. It's absolutely ridiculous and absurd, yet, immensely entertaining, jaw dropping, and hilarious from minute 1 to minute 79. All the characters have been reduced to ape like behaviour, so they all speak in grunt instead of clear dialogue. Despite this, there is a story between all the characters and tons of social commentary to boot. For absurdists and fans of random humour and shock, "AAAAAAAAH!" is your saving grace. As Monty Python used to put it: "And now for something completely different".