Two boys (Ramallo and Manuel) and a girl in the Spanish Civil War are involved in the death of other two boys, one killed, the other suicided. This terrible secret will be with them for all... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two boys (Ramallo and Manuel) and a girl in the Spanish Civil War are involved in the death of other two boys, one killed, the other suicided. This terrible secret will be with them for all...
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Giacomo F (au) wrote: Nient'altro da aggiungere. Il nuovo film di Moccia non funziona in niente. Ne sceneggiatura, ne regia, ne fotografia e ne recitazione. Zero.
Shantel D (de) wrote: I love her even more than before, now that I know a little something about her.
Tyde D (ag) wrote: There are no words that can accurately describe what this movie is like. How a director who is responsible for some of the most influential movies of all time can turn around and shit out a stinker of this caliber is beyond me. While it is pretty funny (mainly because of it's atrocious production values, terrible dialogue, corny acting...pretty much everything I guess) it is also seriously mind numbing.
Lori B (it) wrote: Wow. This is the ideal example of a terrific idea that died when realized by the wrong group of people. Damn you, Brendon Foley! Next time get a co-writer or give the project to someone else. I really shouldn't even give it two stars, because this is the workst movie I've seen in a long time. But it is SUCH A GREAT IDEA!!
Gregory G (es) wrote: Jan Troell, the masterful Swedish filmmaker who writes, photographs, directs, and edits his pictures, completed this exquisite, intimate family saga at the age of 77. The story is based on the life of Maria Larson, the great aunt of Troell's wife, a working-class mother in early 1900s Sweden, who wins a camera in a lottery and develops into a photographer. Narrated by Larson's oldest daughter, Maja, this drama chronicles the hardships and joys for this impoverished Swedish family over the course of ten years. Maria Heiskanen as Maria Larson is willful, resourceful, and delicate. Her husband, a laborer, is a drunkard and brute yet Maria's unwavering love and support for him is portrayed with frankness. A local photographer spots Maria's talent and encourages her in her artistic pursuit. Their relationship has a wistful tenderness that resonates deeply. Troell has a graceful simplicity that shames most contemporary filmmakers. There are lyrical, funny sequences that linger: Maria photographing a young girl in repose with her children's horseplay seen through a glass window; the family playacting after viewing a Charlie Chaplin movie. This is a wonderful evocation of the past without mythologizing or editorializing. Agneta Ulfsater-Troell co-wrote the screenplay with her husband and Nikolas Radstrom.
Jennifer G (ca) wrote: I liked the other version better
bob t (mx) wrote: Seen it before and I was very interested the entire move
Miriam G (kr) wrote: One of the sweetest movies ever made. It's commitment to follow of wonderful romance so far into it is wonderful, engaging, and practically unique. This is a movie I just keep coming back to.
Bob V (fr) wrote: Tagged as "A temptingly tasteful comedy for adults who can count.", this film made an unlikely superstar (for a while) out of Dudley Moore & catapulted then complete newcomer Bo Derek to fame as the most beautiful woman alive. Even if you never saw the film itself,you're guaranteed to have seen dozens of spoofs, parodies, homages & copies of the famous scene of Bo & Dudley running towards each other on a tropical beach. To me this is one of those film that hasn't survived the passing on of the Zeitgeist of its inception all that well. Something in this film that made it so immensely appealing to contemporary audiences seems to be lost to modern viewers (or at least to me and some of my friends). I enjoyed bits and pieces of it,but there were also a few parts that bored me dreadfully to be frank, and the grand conclusion of the whole business with Bo Derek's character felt artificial and forced to me. Although to be honest, the very principle of that particular plot line felt rather forced already. I did very much enjoy Julie Andrews' performance. Though she gets to belt a tune or two again, it's still a very different Julie than I was used to and she acquitted herself very admirably.The film also has one line that almost had me die laughing and I have no doubt anyone who's seen it, knows right away which one I'm talking about. It might be worth putting it on just for that one completely plot unrelated joke.