Forklift Driver Klaus: The First Day on the Job
Short film depicting a fictional educational film about fork lift truck operational safety. The dangers of unsafe operation are presented in gory details.
- Stars:Dercy Gonçalves, Humberto Catalano, Manoel Vieira, Zezé Macedo, Mara di Carlo, Sara Nobre, Grace Moema, Otelo Zeloni, Sonia Lancelotti, Olindo Dias, João Péricles, Carlos Costa, Aguinaldo Rocha, Wilson Grey, Grijo Sobrinho, Eric Roberts, Tommy Lee Thomas, Sheila Campbell, Matthew Ansara, Alex Ariza, Patricia Bosse, Tiffany Brouwer, Jim Carretta, Dave Casper, Marc Chenail, Chris Conlee, Michael Durack, Lisa Enochs, Amy Fadhli, Bill Fishback, Gustav Adolph Artz, Jürgen Kittel, Sönke Korries, Erik Roßbander, Till Huster, Dieter Dost, Michael Sombetzki, Clarissa Schröter, Jürgen Kobel, Tom Müller, Douglas Welbat, Dierk Rademacher, Karsten Fehe, Michael Haase,
You may also like
Forklift Driver Klaus: The First Day on the Job torrent reviews
Damir A (nl) wrote: A straight forward but well done thriller.
Jamie F (es) wrote: Better than average, kind of like Jason from Friday the 13th mixed with some of the creeper from Jeepers Creepers.
Andrew D (ru) wrote: Very simple British based film with great storyline.
Kris V (nl) wrote: Very uneven drama about a novellist that falls in love with his lost half sister... great performances, but told in a confused manner, I had the feeling this could have been much better with a somewhat tighter direction and plot.
Owen L (jp) wrote: Wtf is wrong with Rotten Tomatoes critics? Home Alone 2 - *a sequel even better than the original* is a masterpiece comedy filled with love, laughter, and Christmas magic. Home Alone 2 is like the most Christmasy Christmas movie ever. I know, some movies are fully dedicated to Christmas - but Home Alone was just CHRISTMAS SPIRT, CHRISTMAS MUSIC, CHRISTMAS LOVE. A strong, creative, well put together classic.Masterpiece, 100%
Paula F (au) wrote: Another great film, my mum loved Richard Gere and would sit and watch this film over and over.
Joseph S (nl) wrote: I couldn't leave the theater after watching it!
Byron B (au) wrote: I saw this at the Cleveland International Film Fest. The director, Shirin Neshat, and her partner and co-director, Shoja Azari, were there to answers questions and meet people after the movie. The story is adapted from a novel by Shahrnoush Parsipour. Shoja stated that the movie is about 30% of the book. All three of these artists are exiled from their native Iran. The film is a great work of art. The way I heard it described I expected it to be various visual images spliced together to convey an artistic meaning. But it has a strong narrative, well defined characters, and the visual flourishes that are present are still tied to reality and moving the story forward.Munis (Toloui) is the first woman we meet. She lives with her brother in 1950's Iran and is interested in social activism. Faezeh (Ferydoni) is her friend. Faezeh at first is content with Iranian traditions, but later comes to seek a new way. Fakhri (Shahrzad) is a more mature woman who is married to a high ranking military man who may potentially be the next prime minister. Her westernized old boyfriend comes back into her life. He has poets, philosophers, artists, and socialists for friends. Fakhri decides to become independent and moves into a house surrounded by an enchanting orchard. Then there is Zarin (Toth), who is a prostitute. Zarin runs away from that life but can't seem to get clean. Zarin wanders a long road to a distant horizon and finally finds the paradise like orchard. Faezeh with the help of Munis (who may be a ghost) also finds her way up the long road to the orchard and Fakhri's house. Munis returns to town to observe and help with the political protests. But Zarin, Faezeh, and Fakhri try to make a new life. I liked the setting of the orchard. The location is used to symbolize both paradise in the daytime with bright colors while the sun streams down and a nightmare at night with shadows darting about and a real sense that you could get lost. The supporting cast is great. Overall an excellent film.
Johnathan Z (es) wrote: I had really fond memories of this movie from my childhood.....I now realize I didn't have a very good childhood.
Adam R (us) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)