After a long stint in gay conversion therapy, James, a young piano prodigy, returns home to his family farm and his emotionally-distant father, Richard. There, James is torn between the expectations of his father, and the memories of a past, loving relationship he has tried to bury. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young man returns to his family farm, after a long stay in ex-gay conversion therapy, and is torn between the expectations of his emotionally distant father, and the memories of a past, loving relationship he has tried to bury.
You may also like
Fair Haven torrent reviews
Jack C (mx) wrote: Terrible. I hated it. The reason I saw it was for a bet.
Sandrine J (mx) wrote: The topics were interesting cancer, death and aging but, I didnt like the way it was presented. I think an American version would have been more interesting.
Knit F (us) wrote: This is a bad movie. The story doesn't make sense, the characters are underdeveloped, the director doesn't create any suspense, and the ending is underwhelming. To be fair, this is a low budget movie, so I was not expecting great sets and special effects but there should have been enough movie for lighting. Darkness does not equal suspense.
T C (jp) wrote: Even though this was a movie about singing... it was too much singing for me. Some of the performances and songs were mediocre.
Matthew P (ca) wrote: The torture scenes were pretty intense. But if you saw the movie, the R.L. Stine hand coming out of the head was pretty stupid.This is for Takashi Miike's Imprint, not this movie. I just figured that out, but I'm gonna leave it up anyways.
Matt C (ag) wrote: A smart low budget 'somethings out there' in suburbia horror/thriller. It does all go a bit Doctor Who towards the end but with some great performances this is an enjoyable and tightly presented little feature.
Peter Lorme F (ru) wrote: Brick offers a compelling story , great performances, compelling visuals as well as a dark and moody tone. While parts of the film may be considered over the top to most, "Brick" is the type of film that will be judged entirely on the viewers perspective. Some may find it too gloomy, other may find that the dark atmosphere perfectly complements the films tone. I am on the side of those who love this movie. While some plot twists are predictable, like the ending, most of them are actually surprisingly unexpected. I loved the dialogue of the film, the way it is written and performed is absolutely amazing. Everything that is not explained via dialogue is explained through the masterful visuals. Joseph Gordon-Levitt does a spectacular job as the lead actor. Director Rian Johnson does nails it out of the park for his first ever feature film. With gripping cinematography, a great (but slightly over the top) script, quick and flashy editing (in a good way), "Brick" is a great film. It definitely needs to be seen multiple times to understand the complete message being portrayed. I would highly recommend this movie to film buffs, or any one looking for a damn good modern day noir. As a whole, I think this is a great film.Star Rating: 4.5/5Elementary Letter Rating: A
Richard R (nl) wrote: Exactly like you'd expect a Jennifer Lopez, Richard Gere film to be.
Jason G (de) wrote: YIKES... A throwback from when action-stars played cops who could do (and often did) whatever they wanted to the scum and criminals they were after... without any fear of "police brutality" or "harrassment" charges blowing the case for them. (or even murder in the case of KINJITE). KINJITE is Japanese for FORBIDDEN - - and that's exactly what this film should have been! It's one of Bronson's WORST movies and horribly painful to watch. There's a message in here somewhere and the subject matter was obviously intended to be taken seriously, but the film is so outlandish and intentionally funny that that message is quickly lost! One starts watching and might expect a sobering, semi-intelligent film... and then is shocked at the completely horrible and innappropriate "humour" laced throughout the piece. I'm quite familiar with the CANNON STUDIO films of the 80's... and maybe it's foolish to expect that this one be any better than ANY other... but BRONSON should have read the script and not just the paycheque on this one... because the MAJORITY of his movies to this point.... had been better than just decent. This film did Bronson no favours... Want a decent Bronson film? Stick to the much superior THE MECHANIC or THE EVIL THAT MEN DO... KINJITE is shudderingly, shockingly unwatchable!
Josephmerhylivecom J (gb) wrote: Add a review (optional)...
Ben B (au) wrote: i think i recgonized some places from the bicycle theives - which is interesting given the new direction films were taking at this time (yay int'l cinema class!) This is only the second pasolini film ive seeen - the other being of course, the notorious salo. i'm extremely interestd in pasolini's persppective - so i will be wanting more - pronto!
Rameshwar I (us) wrote: Starts pretty well, but from mid way just keeps dragging. Not that it didn't have it's moments, but could ve been more brisk for a horror movie.
Greg W (de) wrote: ok WWII pic post in this case way post WWII