Generał Nil is a Polish historical film, based on the life of general Emil August Fieldorf, pseudonym "Nil". The film was directed by Ryszard Bugajski and was released in 2009. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Generał Nil is a Polish historical film, based on the life of general Emil August Fieldorf, pseudonym "Nil". The film was directed by Ryszard Bugajski and was released in 2009.
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Chris L (de) wrote: Less a concert doc than a philosophical study of what it means to be a band (I mean, Chuck Klosterman is essentially the freaking narrator). I was surprised at how intimate a lot of the captured moments here are; seeing Murphy cry while looking through his gear for one of the last times was astonishingly moving). Intercutting those scenes within beautifully captured highlights of LCD Soundsystem's last concert ever adds a tremendous amount of weight to what could have easily been a lifeless concert DVD. You don't have to like them (or even know who James Murphy is) in order to get something out of this.
Eric R (nl) wrote: Water Lillies is a unique coming of age type story which centers around three 15-year-old girls whose lives revolve around the world of synchronized swimming. The three lead characters, Floriane, Marie, and Anne are all very well defined characters, each with unique characteristics and emotions that create a very strong dynamic of relationships which exist throughout the film. Adult characters barely exist in this film, throwing the viewer deep into this world of adolescence. With some strong cinematography and astute direction Water Lillies really does a great job at showing the psychological developments which exist in such young minds, particularly pertaining to their sexual awakening and feelings of attraction. We are showing with clarity how each and every decision affects these young girls development in some manner. Having already seen Celine Sciamma's follow-up 'Tomboy" its really no surprise that this is another strong film with very genuine feeling characters which gives a very unique, all engrossing view into the world of adolescence.
Kristina Y (it) wrote: That is one scarry croc. Would never want to see that in the water.
Chris W (au) wrote: In 1996, Woody Allen decided to write and direct his first musical comedy, which happens to be this overwhelmingly charming piece of work.Set across New York, Paris, and Venice, this is a look at a large group of comfortably well off people and their various romantic endeavors, both successful and otherwise. Taking a different approach compared to a lot of musicals, Allen decided to take the approach of common people just randomly breaking into song and (sometimes) dance numbers. As a result, most of the cast do their own singing, with the exception being Drew Barrymore who convinced Allen she had no musical ability whatsoever. Apparently Goldie Hawn may have been dubbed as well, supposedly because Allen told her that her singing was too good, and she should sing worse, as she sounded too good to seem like like a regular person breaking into song. Having some musical training myself, I must say, the cast do a good job. Alan Alda and Edward Norton are pretty terrific, Tim Roth is surprisingly decent, and everyone else proves moderately passable at the very least. And there is a star studded cast here. Aisde from who I've already mentioned, there's also Woody himself, Natasha Lyonne, Julia Roberts, Gaby Hoffmann, Natalie Portman, lukas Haas, and, very briefly, Liv Tyler and Billy Crudup. If there's anyone I missed, I'm sorry.The performances in general are fine, pretty much what you'd expect from this kind of thing. The story and style are typical of Woody, but, having it be a musical elevates the proceedings.The song and dance numbers are well staged and executed, especially the final dance, and, in general, this is a very funny, fun, and charming film that is really kinda hard to dislike. In the grand scheme of things, this isn't, by and large, a standout entry of Woody's filmography, but there's just something about it that I found to be really irresistible, so yeah, give it a watch.
J L (es) wrote: Stylish and full of action. I enjoyed it and am surprised i didnt watch it before
Nils L (ru) wrote: Wonderful, warm and sadly overlooked. This is one of the best feelgood movies ever!
Robert B (ca) wrote: Dark City is fascinating for those who can enjoy a good nature documentary or travelogue. The sets, shooting, and effects are all well-done and it is refreshing to see something from the pre-CG era. Dark City is not particularly dark or scary but has a rather curious (a la Alice in Wonderland) and, at times, campy vibe. The style is noir, the city looks European, Jennifer Connelly is stunning, William Hurt lends a bit of gravitas -- all this makes for a very odd mix that is very interesting and dream-like. The ending is quite silly and the film does have many of the flaws other reviewers point out, but these are all outweighed by the things Dark City does right.
Ruan J (it) wrote: Jamie has one hell of a body in this movie, but seeing John doing pelvic thrusts in an aerobic class is just not right. Nice blast from the past though.
RiP M (fr) wrote: Sublime, pitch-perfect Hardy adaptation contains not a wasted moment or misstep. Will linger like a plaintive, haunting ballad of love gone wrong.