An elderly writer visits the small village where he grew up and as he walks through he catches a glimpse of the same woman he fell in love with in his youth but she has not aged at all! He follows her, but is not ready for what he finds . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Films to Keep You Awake: Spectre
Alejandro is an elderly writer, and is driving back to the small costal village where he was born and raised...
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Damir A (nl) wrote: Taking the train home is dangerous business in the UK.
Paul B (ru) wrote: This is the most biased load of nonsense I have ever seen. It is so cringe worthy it defies belief. A propaganda movie that makes you want to scream at the TV, it is truly terrible,
Russell H (ru) wrote: There should be no need for a sequel to a movie based on an S. King book.
DEE WASH THE KING (it) wrote: The story of Def Jam WARNING : THIS ONE IS FOR REAL HIP HOP HEADS ONLY.
Ma T (gb) wrote: my FAVE cartoon character
Emily S (jp) wrote: period piece gothic horror eh
Chris W (ca) wrote: I REALLY WANT TO SEE THIS
Thomas B (us) wrote: one of the sexiest movies ever.
John T (fr) wrote: Ultra ultra sci-fi. The effects looked pretty great. I'm surprised. Everything looks like they made the most out of low quality (computer animate everything). The acting was pretty bad most of the time and the story and dialog was a bit worse. I suppose if you put this on mute it would be a much more enjoyable movie.
Tim M (kr) wrote: "In the Heat of the Night" has not aged a day, and stands just as applicable and important to society now as it did upon its release in 1967. I cannot think of a better film to win the Best Picture Oscar than this absorbing police thriller.