A Belgian woman looks back on her year at a Japanese corporation in Tokyo in 1990. She is Amélie, born in Japan, living there until age 5. After college graduation, she returns with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Fear and Trembling
A Belgian woman looks back on her year at a Japanese corporation in Tokyo in 1990. She is Amélie, born in Japan, living there until age 5. After college graduation, she returns with a ...
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Tim R (ru) wrote: An impressive action film with a stellar cast!
Deepak M (fr) wrote: This moving anti-war movie was one of the nominees of the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, and Golden Globe this year. A Chechen and a Georgian soldier from opposing sides of a war convalesce in the home of an Estonian farmer in Abkhazia. What could possibly go wrong?
garrett s (fr) wrote: Half a star is the lowest rating it allows so
Barnaby G (br) wrote: A needless exploitation homage.
Elena S (mx) wrote: Tautou is brilliant , the story of Chanel is great, i wonder who is the owner of Chanel after Coco 's dead since she had no child
James Eugene H (es) wrote: My favorite one of the best historical fictions I've ever seen...
Adam A (au) wrote: The guy singing at the casino while dealing the cards, was the only joke that did work for me. Other than that, this sequel was just awful and it didnt even approach the first one as a enjoyable flick.
Kenneth H (fr) wrote: Favorite movie of all time
Toveli S (ru) wrote: the stupidest, most hilarious and seam splitting movie ever made.....e.v.e.r.
Anthony I (ag) wrote: The name alone is worthy enough to avoid. Make no mistake, this is the most racially provocative picture since "Birth of a Nation", and a million times more uncomfortable than "Do the Right Thing". But what audiences don't realize is that this movie might be the strongest advocate of black acceptance in American society you'll ever see. Beneath all the disgusting images you'll have to look at, there is a beautiful message about the evils of racism and ignorance. Ralph Bakshi certainly beat Spike Lee and Quentin Tarentino to the punch with this concept. I highly recommend seeing this movie, on bootleg or YouTube. There really is truly nothing like it.