Georgi and the Butterflies

Georgi and the Butterflies

Georgi and the Butterflies tells the story of a man and his dream. This man is Dr Georgi Lulchev, a psychiatrist, neurologist, Chinese medicine man, administrator, amateur chef, entrepreneur and Director of the Home for Psychologically Disabled Men. His dream is to organise a farm in the yard of the home, where the patients can raise snails, ostriches and pheasants, produce silk fibres and soybean food. This is a story full of optimism, snails, ostriches, silk, charity, the Eastern Orthodox Church, soybean food, schizophrenics, oligophrenics, psychopaths, Korean investors, Western hunters, misery, acupuncture and compassion. Compassion, business, butterflies.

The incredible adventures in capitalism of psychiatrist Dr. Georgi Lulchev and the Home #6 for Psychologically Challenged Men. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Georgi and the Butterflies torrent reviews

Robert H (ag) wrote: While the first IRONCLAD was a solid medieval action movie, this sequel is essentially the same movie and, even more to it's detriment, is horribly shot and edited. Describing the plot is an easy task. Basically, replace King John's small army with a clan of Scottish raiders and you have this movie. The only connection between the two is a minor character, Guy, who is the main character in this sequel. Other than that, the plot plays out, beat for beat, almost exactly like its predecessor. And to top things off, it is worse in almost every department. The acting isn't as good as the first one and there aren't any big-name actors to elevate the material, but no one stuck out as being particularly horrible. Additionally, the violence and gore isn't completely practical this time, instead opting for CGI blood spatter and poor dummy work for the more graphic shots (e.g., beheading). There was also some fairly obvious green screen and CGI enhancements that were really distracting at times. However, the worst aspect of this film is the camerawork, which is mostly "shaky-cam." Handheld camera during the dialogue scenes didn't really bother me, but the vigorous shaking of the camera during the action sequences was nauseating and made them extremely hard to follow. Still, there are a few aspects which aren't too bad. For one the score is appropriate to the material, even though a bit overblown. And even though the action scenes are rather poorly filmed, there are some good kills. They also attempt (with mixed results) to give the characters, including the villains, some depth. Overall, this film is a few steps down from the first in terms of quality across the board, some of it probably due to the reduced budget. If you saw (and liked) the first one, then maybe give this one a rental if you feel like punishing your eyes. Otherwise, just skip this one.

Jerem M (jp) wrote: The follow up too Satrapi's outstanding, Oscar-nominated animated film, Persepolis, could never live up to its predecessor, but it's still a decent film in its own right. Certainly as French as a French film gets. There are some wonderful sequences describing both the past and future of the main character's family. However, the main character himself is completely unlikable. Screaming at your caring wife that you never loved her on your dying bed? Distasteful, to say the least. Hopefully Satrapi's next isn't so acidic.

Troy K (br) wrote: 1/5 Some interesting ideas that never came together for me.

Dedra C (ru) wrote: Loved this movie. Pattison is brilliantly awkward as eccentric artist Salvador Dali.

Steve H (jp) wrote: Not your typical zombie flick. Want horrid... But definitely not amazing.... This will not become A cult classic... A heavily armed Vampire squad attempts to save stupid teens from from vampire zombies....Worth a watch for those B-rate nights

Private U (ca) wrote: If you like dark movies, this is definitely one to see. It was much better than I anticipated, although very weird, but it kept my attention the entire time.

Robert B (de) wrote: Catch-22 is an excellent adaptation that stands on its own as a film, mainly on account of the brilliant shooting, but also the acting was quite good as well. A young Alan Arkin plays the lead role well. If you enjoyed the book and/or like dark absurdist films of the 70s (like Network) then you will most likely enjoy Catch-22 also.

Cody C (jp) wrote: Pretty lazy one, with a few nice touches and good moments. But Rutherford feels kinda done with all of this, and the script is pretty lazy. I'm still not clear exactly what the murderer's motivation was.

Blake P (es) wrote: Fred Astaire is a movie producer all the way in Paris to grab onto a famous composer to conduct a score for a new Hollywood picture he's making, which is going to star the "swimming girl" Janis Paige. It turns out that that conductor is from Russia, and because the government of his country is so darn strict, they send over a slew of comrades. When the three there fall in love with the City of Lights they don't want to leave, so Russia sends in a new comrade, a la Cyd Charisse. She's ready to do her deeds, but of course with Fred's sly charms that he's always up to, she falls in love with him, changes her attitude, and decides to live a more "romantic" lifestyle. If that darn actress Janis Paige wouldn't stop getting in the way of their budding relationship ... "Silk Stockings" was *sigh* the last big-budget Hollywood musical for both Fred Astaire AND Cyd Charisse. Okay, I'll admit it, Fred was way past his prime at this point, but Cyd ... oh, it's so sad. Luckily for the both of them, "Silk Stockings" is a good way to say goodbye. Yes good, not great, but still charming and entertaining. Sure, the dancing isn't as good as it was in 1953's "The Band Wagon" (their first outing together), but in this film Fred was 58 going 59, and Cyd was 36. But thanks to Cole Porter, the songs are simply terrific, especially the superb "All of You", which could make anybody swoon over. And the fact that this movie was based on the always charming comedy "Ninotchka", it evokes that euphoric Hollywood feel that we all love to see Fred in. It doesn't have anything on "Easter Parade" or "Top Hat". But hey, it's still good. And with great performances by both Cyd and Janis Paige, "Silk Stockings" shows power at a time where musicals just weren't that popular anymore.

Clay B (jp) wrote: AWAY ALL BOATS (1956)

Wes S (es) wrote: A unneeded remake that doesn't add anything to the original, making you feel like you're watching the same movie all over again- only less so. Carrie comes off as a Jedi from Star Wars, and her powers are less interesting. The climax is rushed and has too much spectacle to it, which really dumbs it down. The ending isn't as exciting or spooky as the original.

Kathleen C (us) wrote: Very inspiring true story that lets you know anything can be overcome.

Rick R (nl) wrote: I never write reviews. Ever. I will give a movie a rating, but never visit the comment section. But I felt obligated on this particular occasion to help my fellow movie watchers. I felt the need to let others know to please, for the love of god. Do NOT spend your hard earned money on this despicable, sad example of a horror movie. I spent $1.20 at the red-box and I almost considered burning the disc rather than returning it, just so there was one less copy on this earth. Please, just take my word for it, this movie is AWFUL. The acting, the plot, the filming, literally EVERYTHING about it is HORRIBLE. It's painful to sit through the introduction, let alone the 1:15 minute run-time. I'd gladly give this a no-star rating, but I don't think the site will allow that, so 1/2 star is going to have to be the rock bottom.