A sensitive teenage girl from a poor family befriends a cynical schoolmate, who shows her how to smoke, drink, have sex and steal. Tereska's life heads towards a catastrophe.
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Jeff H (kr) wrote: A punk rock Napoleon Dynamite.
Richard D (br) wrote: On the plus side, this movie has a handful of decent fight scenes and they are choreographed and shot pretty well, especially for a modern action film. That's the only thing about this film that isn't abysmal. I notice that the film's star Johan Kirsten also wrote the screenplay. You can tell. It's the adolescent fantasies of a numb skull translated into two slow, painful with hours ... with incredibly bad English dubbing.
Waleed A (de) wrote: great movie with a great story. awesome acting and very moving. a little long but some very intense scenes. (about 3 viewings)
Sui L (nl) wrote: HA!!! I was just lunching with Jimi the other afternoon.
MF J (ca) wrote: Good remake, well directed and well shot. Tensed and just dramatic enough to keep you guessing until the last assault. Fun!
Allan C (es) wrote: Not my favorite Bronson movie, but it's got a great cast of 70s character actors you can't beat. Good action, but the mystery aspects of the story were not all that interesting.
James B (it) wrote: Unless you enjoy over an hour foreshadowing i would not reccomend this movie at all.
Eric B (ru) wrote: Personal identification was a major factor for me here -- I'm pretty close to the mentality of the lone-wolf record collectors in this documentary but, thankfully, far enough removed that I can tell myself, "Well, I don't go *that* far." And more often than not, I also prefer CDs. So take that, you oldies-minded purists!Regardless, it's fascinating to hear these collectors (mostly forlorn, homely, underachieving bachelors) detailing their record-buying habits more with shame than joy, as if it's a destructive addiction they're struggling to master. However, director Alan Zweig's own self-filmed musings grow tiresome -- he has a grating voice and manner (imagine a more Jewish version of Kevin from TV's "The Office") and just wasn't someone whose company I wished to share for almost two hours. (The 110 minutes pass slowly, considering the footage is virtually nothing but raw interviews in dingy living spaces.)I would have enjoyed more "fun" exposure to the nutty rarities that these people own, but "Vinyl" really isn't about music. It's about the psychology of collecting. Wherein these weary misfits buy piles of records that they may not enjoy or even play, seemingly because they're just afraid of regretting a missed purchase later. Or because they don't want the records to fall into enemy hands. Or simply because a kitschy sleeve gives them a laugh. (Heck, we've all bought records for this reason, haven't we? Um...haven't we?)Writer/artist Harvey Pekar, actor Don McKellar and director Guy Maddin turn up without any special introduction -- in fact, I can't even recall where Maddin appeared.
Said C (gb) wrote: good film. some very good information & points
Richard D (au) wrote: This is not my favourite Chaplin film, but like all of his best work, I never tire of this film. Paulette Goddard is probably my favourite of all of his co-stars. She's positively radiant in this film. Although there's sound and some dialogue in this film (all the dialogue comes via machines), the comedy is still all silent, so this is effectively his last silent film.
Alex B (br) wrote: " No, we do this my way. I have something you want..."