A child escapes from Poland during World War II and first heads to Greece before coming of age in Canada.
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Fugitive Pieces torrent reviews
Michael R (au) wrote: While it's rarely laugh out loud funny, it's entertaining and manages to stay consistently funny. Keeping Up with the Joneses isn't winning any awards, but it's entertaining non-the-less.
Mark A (nl) wrote: An interesting, eye-opening documentary about the present state of America's public schools
Sam W (br) wrote: not much of plot nor character development.
Rebecca R (de) wrote: A bit ordinary, nothing to write home about thats for sure.
Yoni S (au) wrote: Under-rated!!! Brilliant. Entertaining. Well-crafted. Don't believe me? Watch it again.
Private U (nl) wrote: It was okay,the movie was very boring at first but built up to the end getting more creepy,but i didnt get the ending.
Jeff B (it) wrote: This felt distractingly disjointed; the dialogue was very abrupt. The battle scene was very well done however.
Leo L (gb) wrote: the only reason to watch this is J.Connelly showcasing her perfect body
Nia E (mx) wrote: A boring first hour leads to a fabulous final 20 minutes: a flashback and a great twist. The production value of the is so low it's hard to tell what's happening most of the time because it's hard to see or hear anything - this works in the film's favour during the flashback sequence as it lends a practically expressionist feel to it, primarily because it looks like it could've been shot in the 20s. It's nice that the film is something a little bit different from other 70s horror movies, but it's irritating that all the women are utterly, utterly useless.