This movie reflects on the situation around the border between Poland and Germany. The fate of many single characters creates a picture of life in this region: Some Ukrainians want to cross... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lichter is an episodic tale from Hans-Christian Schmid about the life on the boarder between Germany and Poland. The film sheds light on the everyday stories of escape and desperateness.
- Stars:Christos Sourmelis, Marissa Becker, Dain Blanton, Giovani Capone, Hank Azaria, Jesse Bradford, Zooey Deschanel, Glenne Headly, Andrzej Górak, Anna Yanovskaya, Sergey Frolov, Bartek Wójtowicz, Ivan Shvedoff, Andrej Liousikov, Sergey Kalantay, Nikolaus Kieselmann, Juri Konkov, Wojciech Klimowicz, Boris Raskin, Jana Pfeffer, Martin Kiefer, Peter Obermann, Alice Dwyer,
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Tomass P (jp) wrote: I'm not sure I would like to see it again, but nevertheless "Paradise: Love" is a painfully honest example of great social commentary and an examination of Africa's recent decay. Margarete Tiesel gives a great and incredibly brave performance, which is topped off with Ulrich Seidl's fantastically disgusting direction. After seeing this, I'm very keen on seeing the next installment in the series, "Paradise: Faith"
John R (ru) wrote: 170102: Though the pace is a little slow at times, this first part of the Deathly Hallows is pretty damn intense. This is no kids' film with its holocaust-like atmosphere. Almost scary at times, Harry Potter is fighting to survive in a dark and hostile world. There are so many characters here I'd like to see go down with finality but, unfortunately, some of the good ones do instead. I'm excited for Part 2 and anticipating, hopefully, violent resolution. Who would've thought way back in 2001, those childlike characters would battling in such a manner?
Jason C (de) wrote: Much better than the last straight-to-dvd sequel, but definitely still not theater-worthy. Where do these aliens keep coming from? Maybe the next one will be on the same level as the first two.
Sophia B (fr) wrote: Enjoyed it when I didn't think I would.. A nice surprising film, and nominated for the Spirit Awards this year.. I could see why.
Pietro T (es) wrote: Sloppy adjustment of a chilling tale whose plot reaches its boiling point far past the point of audience involvement or genuine concern. Williams banks in on his dramatic endowments with a flair for moody dialogue, but nobody else bothers to show up to work.
Kristen W (kr) wrote: Yay! I got this movie added! Okay, it's a very strange movie but it's fairly entertaining when Cherry goes around killing people. Also, the pep rally scene is awesome. Just don't take it TOO seriously. Um, actually, don't take it seriously at all, umkay?
Kenneth B (jp) wrote: What on earth was going on here? Well I'll tell you. Firstly though, this is one of the most peculiar films I can remember seeing in recent times. It's such an odd combination of humour, which is only occasionally on the mark, and obsession, a fairly outlandish obsession at that. John Hurt's character is an ageing writer who is very set in his ways but has recently become more exposed to modern technology and through this he discovers film and more specifically teen comedies. He gets taken aback by a teen heartthrob called Ronnie Bostock and becomes so obsessed with him that he travels from London to Long Island to track him down. While he is there he gets closer to Bostock and his girlfriend and so it goes on from there.The main problem with the film is that it is so unbelievable that this stuffy old writer would find himself in this situation that it's difficult and at times painful to watch. I think that is supposed to be part of the humour but it was lost on me. Futhermore the less I say about the cringeworthy references to the differences in US/UK culture the better. I love John Hurt and his performance here is great considering what he was working with but it's just one of those films that may as well not exist.
Corina H (gb) wrote: ??? everything a good film should be
Ryan W (de) wrote: I was tempted to give this one a lower rating, however the imagination of the film is so well displayed as certain Characters find themselves in their owner personal Hellish realms of horror. I think it deserves, a little bit of praise even though it's certainly not as good as the first. Oh, by the way... The Blood on the walls that said something like "Help me, I'm in Hell"... EEK
Alden S (de) wrote: 7.5 out of 10:Despite a generic story and meh songs, Carousel makes up with great dancing, acting, and singing.
Tom H (br) wrote: When you pit two giants like Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster together in a film, you quickly see the scale of Lancaster`s charisma and character. Cooper on the other hand doesn't make much out of himself, he is sort of the quiet respectable type. But it is exactly these conflicting quality's that make this film so great. The contrast between the two is what makes "Vera Cruz" a conflict filled hilarity from beginning to end.
Zach M (es) wrote: Love how certain things tie in to the original. Some plot points were weak. Liked the character development of Oz, as he begins really as a smart-allec.
John L (gb) wrote: ZERO stars! A blatant Asylum mockbuster intended to confuse people with an extremely similar title and swindle them into buying what they think is "San Andreas" (no "Quake" in the title) which is being released theatrically at the end of May 2015. Yet another of Asylum's very low budget direct to DVD movie scams.
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