Romania, 1940. A boy meets a girl. They fall in love without suspecting anything about their real identities. They chose an eventful, tense and dangerous life as underground anti-fascists fighters. The significance of their activity is manifest in the consequences it has on the tormented progress of their love. Reality is against it. Two parallel lines which meet for a second, only to drift apart for ever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nick O (nl) wrote: The great thing about the otherwise merely "really good" "Kumare" is that there's nothing mere about it. What the doc demonstrates in its story of a New Jersey Hindu who poses as a guru isn't the transparency and hypocrisy of people (this isn't "Borat"), but the guiding nature the best teachers have in teaching their students how to think, and think for themselves. Only thing is is that Vikram Gandhi as prophet Kumare seems a bit unsure of the whole thing, like going into "Kumare" his big idea was sort of one-note. But the filmmakers got lucky in enough of Kumare's disciples being open-minded to the movement's message of being wary not to put too much weight of spiritual ideals on the shoulders of something as tangible as a human being.
Terri M (fr) wrote: Very difficult to watch in the 2nd half, of course, but the creativity of the story (using Dickens) and the evocative expressions of emotion from Matilda make this a very good watch.
i C (jp) wrote: i expected more, its solid, couple of laughs
Simon P (au) wrote: So there's aliens, crazy sharks and that guy who replaced Michael Shanks in Season 7 of Stargate SG-1. A classic this ain't. Yet despite that it's strangely entertaining, provided you watch it with a group of other people. Kudos to the effects team for using scale models rather than CGI (probably because it was cheaper). Funny moments include: everyone wanting to swimsuit up and head out to face the sharks; the fact the whole thing was caused by aliens; the excessive use of stock footage where sharks are seen eating things (offscreen); that chap from Stargate with a strange chin beard; the mysterious accent of the guy who we think is supposed to be Irish but skips between about 8 different accents; the Russian stereotype; the fact you can only tell the female characters apart by the colour of their jacket; the melted face of at least one of the women resembles that of the melty face woman from Shark Attack 3; the strange CIA-type guy who's definitely NOT a CIA-type agent. Because he said so. The scary thing is, there's much, much more.Actually, on the face of that list, it's a fantastic film. Go watch it with a group of friends.
Imran K (nl) wrote: Best indian movie i ever seen n Salman is god of Tere naam..He deserves Best actor award..
Joseph A (jp) wrote: lots of classic jokes
Ron H (mx) wrote: Though I liked the smart and gutsy way this movie went about its subject matter, I was a disappointed by this one. It's about Nazi informants in WWII France. The first hour or so of this movie was a fascinating character study, but after repeated returns to the tailor's apartment winds down a little too slow for my tastes. And in the sequence at the farmhouse, the film practically stops dead. It just goes on and on and on. I kept thinking it could have been edited down and trimmed up by about thirty minutes. It's still a pretty good movie and is worth seeing, just be prepared for the major slow down in the second and third acts.
Curtis R (br) wrote: An Oldie But a goodie!