Budapest in the thirties. The restaurant owner Laszlo hires the pianist András to play in his restaurant. Both men fall in love with the beautiful waitress Ilona who inspires András to his only composition. His song of Gloomy Sunday is, at first, loved and then feared, for its melancholic melody triggers off a chain of suicides. The fragile balance of the erotic ménage à trois is sent off kilter when the German Hans goes and falls in love with Ilona as well.
- Stars:Erika Marozsán, Joachim Król, Ben Becker, Stefano Dionisi, András Bálint, Géza Boros, Rolf Becker, Ilse Zielstorff, Ferenc Bács, Júlia Zsolnai, Aron Sipos, Ernst Kahl, Jörg Gillner, Denis Moschitto, István Mikó,
- Country:Germany, Hungary
- Director:Rolf Schübel,
- Writer:Ruth Toma (screenplay), Rolf Schübel (screenplay), Nick Barkow (novel)
Budapest in the thirties. The restaurant owner Laszlo hires the pianist András to play in his restaurant. Both men fall in love with the beautiful waitress Ilona who inspires András to his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gloomy Sunday torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The worst murder mystery ever written for film.
(es) wrote: A Japanese 'Pulp Fiction', if you will...
(ca) wrote: Fine little surprise of a movie with one giant performance from Cruz.
(gb) wrote: This movie is one of my favorites of Halloween
(fr) wrote: matthew perry enough said
(us) wrote: You know it won't be quite as good from the very opening when the Creep shows up and it feels more like an episode of Goosebumps than a sequel to one of the best horror movies ever made. The first segment is boring and the most forgettable of the entire movie. The same could be said about the first movie as well, but with only three stories in this sequel there really shouldn't be any stories that feel like filler. The second story, The Raft, is the best by far. It's actually one of the better stories between this and the first movie. It is the only reason this movie may even be worth watching. The final story is strange. It starts off alright and turns almost into a comedy. It feels as if the movie had given up. The movie ends with the bookend story where a kid gets revenge on bullies by having giant venus flytraps eat them. This is actually kind of disturbing and shows why they decided to go with the animated route. No way were they getting away with that live action. The way the kids scream is actually kind of disturbing and feels like it doesn't have a place in this movie. It's just a very bizarre mix of emotions because it feels too comical and cartoonish, but it's truly the only part of the movie that feels horrifying. Probably would have been best on the cutting room floor, but that can be said for most of this movie.
(fr) wrote: it's very personal - and also very beatuful
(es) wrote: It doesn't pass the test of time, and isn't really worth watching. The premise is ridiculous and doesn't make sense. The chemistry also didn't feel like it was there with the cast. (First and only viewing - 1/30/2016)
(es) wrote: Mel Gibson was a humble actor in the 1980's. I loved him in this movie. One of my favorites. Too bad he had to become a total jerk after Braveheart.
(it) wrote: Bad really really bad. What happens to these Hollywood dumbasses when they make the next episode, they forget to bring something new I think.