Frozen Land

Frozen Land

When a schoolteacher is sacked, he projects his bad mood at his troubled teenage son. The son, in turn, buys a CD player from a pawnshop with counterfeit money. This starts a chain reaction of misery as every victim projects his problems on to another person.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Finnish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   prison,   ambulance,  

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Frozen Land torrent reviews

Richard M (es) wrote: Very enjoyable romance/gangster film. Great cameo from the Outsiders and ginger from Harry Potter

Michel B (ru) wrote: An offbeat mystery that may or may not lead to danger...great street scenes of Tokyo at night, obviously influenced by Tarkovsky's Solaris.

Brian H (kr) wrote: Such a strange but wondrous departure in style for Hanson. Quirky without being off-putting and genuinely funny.

Paul D (es) wrote: A wonderful, uplifting movie with three great leads and a direction that captivates despite the obvious plot lines and superficially simplistic story.

Brett B (fr) wrote: A kung fu/horror mash-up from Hammer. Peter Cushing is in dignified form, as usual, but he lacks an opponent of equal power like Christopher Lee's Dracula; indeed, Dracula is a character in the film, but the screenplay goes to pains to explain away Lee's absence. The plotline is hokey nonsense, but it is a decent bit of fun, despite a somewhat lackluster (read: boring!) midsection. The various fight sequences are first rate, though, and the story embraces a macabre mythology that works well.

Lesley N (us) wrote: I watched a terrible copy of this, so dark you couldn't tell what was happening in the night scenes, but the story's good, the musics by Ennio Morricone (though not one of his best), and Lee van Cleef's in it - what more could you want on a rainy Sunday afternoon. And it's number 8 in Quentin Tarantino's top 20 favourite Spaghetti Westerns too.

Gregory W (ag) wrote: good noir drama from the first cycle of film noir

Mike T J (gb) wrote: Some good acting, but other than that there is nothing noteworthy. Didn't really offer a new take on anything here and the movie struggled to find meaning (which is amazing given the nature of the story.)

Ehsan K (it) wrote: "A man's got to stick to his principles." Extremely well directed, perfectly executed movie. This has got to be one the most beautiful movies that I have seen.

Phani T (gb) wrote: If Rowan Atkinson doesn't make you laugh, then either you can't or the movie is so bad. The second in this case. I was waiting for a kicker - it never came. Should've rewatched some of Mr. Bean instead.Skip it.

Daniel H (ca) wrote: Very frustrating watching the way he doesn't put his foot down but I admit it was very funny. Love Tara Reid she's my type of girl even if she is blonde.

Chris M (jp) wrote: I'd been underwhelmed by the few Wes Anderson films I saw before Rushmore. Tenenbaums left me cold, Fantastic Mr Fox has terrific animation but..., and I only saw a section of The Darjeeling Limited, but wasn't enthralled.Rushmore started my conversion to the Church of Wes Anderson: it's terrific. Hugely funny with some pretty unlikeable characters, the jokes come thick, fast and dark. Jason Schwartzman and Bill Murray are fabulous, with terrific support from Olivia Williams and Brian Cox. The writing is excellent and the trademarks of Anderson's other films are mostly already there in this incredibly assured early film.