Falkenberg Farewell

Falkenberg Farewell

It's the last summer in Falkenberg for five childhood friends. David yearns to be a child again and Holger never wants to move away. Jesper constantly returns home without anybody really noticing that he’s been gone. Jörgen finances his catering company by burglarizing houses. John believes that bacon makes him happy. The future looms at the horizon but not all of them won't be there to see it.

The last summer the five boys are together in Falkenberg. They are now grown up to be young men, on their way out into the world. At least most of them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Falkenberg Farewell torrent reviews

K Nife C (gb) wrote: Every review and synopsis that you will read about "Morris from America" is that it is a "coming of age", "fish out of water" dramedy. All of that is true, and that pretty much covers it. You probably won't be surprised by anything beyond the down-to-earth dialogue and the fact that Craig Robinson can actually pull off a serious role. It starts off strong establishing that Markees Christmas doesn't fit in in Germany with plenty of humorous sequences demonstrating his attempts to fit in and resignation from said attempts. By the end of the film, it starts to really drag, and there isn't any real emotional impact to make waiting around for the conclusion worth it. In fact, I watched this film months ago and completely forgot to write a review because it just went in one ear and out the other. I'm not saying it is a bad film, but it doesn't seem like anyone accomplished anything with it. "Morris from America" shares many themes with "Hunt for the Wilderpeople" which, most will agree, is a much more resonant and funny film.

Jake B (ca) wrote: An amazing hidden gem movie

Omar A (es) wrote: Otra historia mas de Nazis, bien llevada y buenos actores. Es una pelcula triste y con un final ya conocido. Una historia real que si vale la pena hacer pelcula. La recomiendo, sabiendo que es medio tristona se puede ver.

Nate K (de) wrote: great camera shots crappy movie

Anna L (us) wrote: Me passou a impresso de ser um filme de 'fundo-de-quintal', com cenrios feios, fotografia horrorosa e atuaes vergonhosas. A estria poderia ser melhor aproveitada, mas acaba se perdendo, o que parece ser uma regra quando se trata de fazer um filme falando da tal lenda da Bloody Mary.

Daniel C (de) wrote: I hate to say it, but I'm pretty sure I'd love this movie.

Tom D (mx) wrote: This movie has a few slow moments early on but it really picks up when Humphrey Bogart's character enters the picture. Bogart gives a great performance and Bette Davis is also really good here. The script has a good ending and some interesting dialogue.

Antonius B (ru) wrote: Truffaut making a film as an homage to Hitchcock is inherently interesting, since they were both such legends. This story is about a young woman (Jeanne Moreau) who was widowed on her wedding day when her husband was killed accidentally by five guys messing around with a rifle; she then seeks to kill them one by one, in revenge. She does this in some pretty unbelievable ways unfortunately, though the way she goes about the killing at the end was creative and a nice touch. Moreau is captivating, the dialogue is fun and in keeping with 1968 France, and Truffaut is a master at capturing great shots - but I have to say, he didn't match Hitchcock in creating tension or emotional drama, so this film ends up being a bit 'too cool', and thus falls short. It's certainly worth watching if you like these directors though.

Sarah F (kr) wrote: i would like to see this

Jean S (br) wrote: They tried to believe that others would get to them so hid from the public until it was over. They died in a taxi cab.

Kyle B (ca) wrote: This is an odd ball Woody Allen movie with a mockumentary style to it like Sweet and Lowdown which I liked and it worked better for that movie. Allen is great as well as the score, writing, and cinematography. Not my favorite Allen movie but a good one