Four Black Suits

Four Black Suits

Four bankrupt gravediggers organize their final funeral that will give them the opportunity to change their lives by leaving the profession - which they originally started out as a temporary gainful solution, but stayed in this for life.

Four undertakers in financial trouble latch onto a one-off opportunity to change their lives and bid farewell to a profession they entered for a while, but got stuck in for good. On the promise of a large fee, they fulfill the dying wish of a rich Greek who lived his life abroad: he wants them to take his body from Athens to a village in Boeotia for burial...on foot. Deciding to grant his bizarre request, they embark on an odyssey, which soon becomes an unexpected voyage of discovery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mike M (au) wrote: Has the wordless eloquence and fluidity of the best silent cinema - it may, in fact, be the last notable instance of "pure" cinema before things got talky, and how fortunate Murnau was, in a way, to pass on before he was obliged to compromise his images with chatter. (If you were a real, Thomson-ish stick-in-the-mud, you might see the whole film, and not just its second half, as a paradise lost.) As for Flaherty, well, at a moment when cinema was still essentially an expanding cottage industry, his contribution may have been on the production side: to make credible and feasible the idea of shooting with locals in exotic, far-flung climes. "Tabu"'s authenticity resides not specifically in its narrative (which is self-evidently a construction, a legend that may or may not have been passed down from one generation to the next), nor indeed its mise-en-scene (though there's a definite sense these characters are inhabiting actual places, and not sets). Rather, it lies in performance: these boys and girls look like they know *exactly* what they're doing in climbing palm trees, sliding down waterfalls, or rowing conicles out to sea.

Amber N (gb) wrote: Reminds me of a mix of 'The Possession' and that one weird film where the dudes buy a bong and it comes to life and kills people? I don't know.

Archibald T (mx) wrote: If you combine the films of James Fotopoulos and the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre you'd kind of get this film.What makes this film watchable is Dore Mann. I'm not sure if this is who he really is as a person or if he's acting. It's hard to tell because he's so fucking believable as Keith a disjointed and pathologically insecure door to door salesman who struggles with being who he is. Nobody likes him. He even doesn't like himself. The way some people treat him because of how he is is very unsettling. Sometimes you can't blame some of these people and the way they treat him, but other times it's unfair. I guess what else could you expect from someone who is very volatile. Keith could explode. Just like Travis Bickle.This film doesn't exactly have a plot. It's more about Keith and the other people who inhabit "Frownland". It will test your patience, may even piss you off. Either way it's still a very sobering experience and I loved how it was directed. The musical score has an 80's slasher movie quality that when it plays in a scene where Keith is just walking made me feel creeped out.This isn't a horror movie. Not really a drama. Boarders along dark comedy territory, just a tad. If anything it belongs in that undefined category. Kind of like the way Eraserhead is.

Ruben L (ca) wrote: This movies was terrible. Hated that they showed Castro in sort of a positive light. Him getting stranded in Miami and having everyone help him with out realizing that it was him was stupid. Ultimately the message was that you can't change who you are.

Chance F (au) wrote: Based on Osamu Tezuka's manga...this is a fun live action adaptation. Demons, Samurai, Weirdness in general...and lot's swordplay...def. worth a rental

Sean D (de) wrote: Sick movie!!! Makes me more passionate about pursuing a degree in law!

Eric M (jp) wrote: I don't care for punk

Andy F (br) wrote: Scary supernatural horror with effective chills. Have seen it twice now and unlike similar genre movies such as The Sixth Sense or A Stir Of Echoes, the horror actually builds more and more as the movie goes on. Great stuff and the reviews on RT don't do it justice.

Matthew F (ru) wrote: Willem Dafoe as Max Schreck! Truly creepy. And a great movie to boot. John Malkovich as F.W. Murnau is brilliantly cast. He has almost the same eccentric style as Ed Wood. All in all, worth a watch.

Drew B (ru) wrote: richard gere makes my heart go pitter patter. or more like, step step twiiiirl hop.

Vuk S (jp) wrote: After watching The Odyssey, which was really good, I borrowed this movie from my friend. I couldn't bear even the first 30 minutes of the movie. I like low budget movies, I am a great fan of B-movies but this is ridiculous. The effects are so bad you feel ashamed of watching the movie at all. And not just the effects, but along with the bad acting and story the movie seems really weird in a ridiculous way. The thing that bothered me the most was when I saw the effects done with the centaur. Now it seems like I am bitching too much about the effects, it is true that they don't matter if the movie is good, but if someone is making a movie about mythical characters and beings, they should at least do a better job with the special effects, otherwise do some other type of movie. I give this movie 1 star, since I didn't actually watch it till the end.

Christopher L (br) wrote: Wow. Diane Ladd? Really? You're really in this?

Private U (jp) wrote: this film is not for everyone , but some how it won over my heart . it really is a film that stays with you . i truly love this film.

Thomas J (ag) wrote: How far would you go to save your life? This is the story of one teenage Jewish boy and his fight to survive in Hitler's Germany. Knowing it is based on a true story makes it a little harder to take but a great story none the less.

Dustin R (ag) wrote: Van Bebber is a hardass. Super low budget with lots of action and crazy stunts.

Florian R (us) wrote: C'est lourd , lent , inint (C)ressant ... Que dire que Birdy restera un film trs anonyme , et je ne peux en dire plus ... Un film , o le thme ,c'est les pigeons . Dans le fond , c'est assez drle , mais y a rien de bien . Un sc (C)nario vachement mal trouv (C) , une histoire qui ne cesse d'avancer , et une fin , qui acc (C)lre un peu les choses , sans totalement rendre une fin brutale ; c'est un film poubelle . J'ai eu du mal le finir , et pour cause, part le personnage de Birdy rien ne m'intriguait . On a envie de dire " c'est quand que tu vas parler " . C'est trop r (C)p (C)titif , et niveau r (C)alisation , c'est pauvre . Atroce , un film lent, ennuyeux . Deux (C)toiles, pour les quelques moments assez attachants.

Bill T (gb) wrote: Very interesting adaptation of Dracula here. Some elements are removed (Renfield is completely gone!) and some completely revised (some of the main characters die unexpectedly) and some interesting plot revelations (A reason for Dracula going to London is fully laid out here), but I appreciated the work. There seems to be some plot holes evident (or footage taken out) but this version of Dracula, starring Britsh actors I know nothing about, held my interest. Check 'er out!

Kyle M (ru) wrote: With its live-action/animation combo, soundtrack and characters, it turns out to be Disney's best package film as it manage to get better as the film progresses from a B to B+. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Jonah G (fr) wrote: A creative and daring project, Shrek is funny, greatly animated and has a good message.

Trinity (ru) wrote: disappointing, benedict's performance was cold and unfeeling. I hated the way he treated keira