Three poetic tales of seeking the true identity. In the first story, Jing, a blind singer, falls in love with her band's tomboy accordionist Diego. In another time and place, Lily, an elderly lesbian and Yen, her gay friend, create an unexpected bond and support each other in a time of crisis. Finally, we see Diego before she joined the band, when as a teenager she came to grips with her gender identity.
Teddy Award-winning Director Zero Chou (Spider Lilies) weaves three poetic tales as the lesbians in Drifting Flowers seek their true identify. In the first story, Jing, a blind singer, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: The Nazi zombie sequel holds its own against the original.
(gb) wrote: Not sure if I want to see this one. Will see.
(ag) wrote: 28 Weeks later plays somewhat like the last one, playing a lot of the zombie cliches from other movies, but it's a definite improvement on the prequel nevertheless. Continuing the story, and adding to it, it feels like it has more substance; it adds more value. You have your typical 'children ruining the otherwise perfect plan trope', but they were easy on it.
(au) wrote: I wasn't sure I was going to like this movie, but it was absolutely amazing. Sally Field was outstanding and the cast of characters who were her children perfectly demonstrated the dynamic among siblings. It was definitely a sad movie, but there were some funny parts as well...just be prepared to cry.
(fr) wrote: Una dulce triste historia.
(gb) wrote: I thoroughly enjoy this movie
(au) wrote: Primary Colors is the last collaboration movie of Nichols and May with Mike Nichols as the director, and Elaine May as the writer. It stars John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, Kathy Bates, and Adrian Lester in a film clef that's actually based on the book with the same name that is somewhat about Bill Clinton's first presidential campaign, but with different character names. I was pretty much looking forward to this film as this is the last time that Nichols and May worked together in a film, and as for this film, this is just as well done as The Birdcage. John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Billy Bob Thornton, and Adrian Lester give out some great performances, and Kathy Bates gives a fun time of acting the way that she played the character without going over the top. It gives out a lot of jokes that get a laugh out of me, and it's very clever in how American politics work. The movie convinces me of why I should vote for Jack Stanton as it does a good job of showing his good side in the ways that he does it. There are some interesting twists as you usually see from an actual presidential campaign, and I was curious to see where it was going. The only flaws that I can think of are that there is a brief romance that came out of nowhere and the satire here is not as on point as it's trying to be. Even so, Primary Colors is a very interesting film that I wish to see more of the collaboration of Nichols and May.
(jp) wrote: After searching for this film for years, I finally got to watch it and glad I did. The interactions between studio staff based on the work and social hierarchy was fun to watch although at times for obvious reasons, distressing. As the film winds up though sabotage is sabotaged. Great ending!
(mx) wrote: This is a personal favorite. I'm bias since this is my first entry into the series, and is a childhood favorite of mine. That said, rewatching it in recent years I appreciate how Pierce had a good mixed of the campiness of the Moore, but not going too far or over the top. Then having more serious tones, and even the Goldeneye weapon seems plausible, and of course a sensible threat that wasn't too over the top. This is the best Pierce Bronson James Bond film.
(jp) wrote: Like 'Do the Right Thing' in Paris. Excellent.
(au) wrote: Aaahhh ... I was about 11 yrs old and so in love with Matt Dillon when I saw him for the first time in this movie...30 yrs later I'm still in love with him!
(de) wrote: A rather interesting little lost gem of a film, GAMBIT plays with all the conventions of the "heist movie" formula in some incredibly clever ways. Both MacLaine and Caine were at the top of their game in this one, and I'm not sure why the film isn't a more talked about one from their respective careers. The opening 30 minutes of the film is also a downright brilliant fake-out for just about everything that follows it. Right now this flick is currently available on Netflix instant queue, so I highly recommend checking it out if you're at all a fan of heist movies, or just clever writing.
(us) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie...have wanted to see this movie for a while so finally got to see it and cannot wait to see the 2nd one.
(jp) wrote: OK'ish Disney flick that hasn't aged very well, especially the special effects.