Anthony's family runs a small Italian restaurant in London. When his childhood friend, Dario, dies in a suspicious accident, Anthony inherits a vineyard in Sant'Angelo, the village his parents came from in Italy. Surprised by the large sum of money offered to him by a curious Italian "Master of Wine" for the land he just inherited, and considering the mysterious circumstances surrounding Dario's death, Anthony decides to drive down to Sant'Angelo. Anthony soon feels he's in the middle of something he doesn't understand and wants to leave, but... He gets tangled up in "Love's" web and suddenly finds himself the target of a crazy manhunt.
Writer:Maxime Alexandre, Philippa Goslett, M. Christine Vanden Eede
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Kevin C (de) wrote: Meadows fanboy wet dream is a little too overcome with his heroes, and so lacks insight.A large portion of the film is a rehearsal in a Cheshire farm, with discussions over the perfect cuppa. Gripping it isn't.The film doesn't deal with the personal issues that split the band in the 90s. There are no one-on-one interviews and it completely skates over whatever tensions still lurk down deep. There's a massive row in Amsterdam, and Heaton Park is in the balance. Then nowt and we're on stage at Heaton Park.It's interesting to focus on the body language of guitarist and co-founder John Squire. He's obviously the most talented musician, and has a separate career as an artist. Squire seems to have the least to gain, but he claims a renewed friendship with Ian Brown. You don't see that at all, and Squire looks increasingly uncomfortable throughout.Meadows is on hand to capture some great moments, especially the free warm-up gig at Warrington. There are some interesting comments from the lucky, and unlucky fans about what the band's music means to them. But then the Heaton Park finale is wasted by a boring 15-minute version of Fool's Gold.
Rajat P (us) wrote: Excellent acting by the kids. Must watch!!
Dan C (au) wrote: Awesome movie. Gore, blood, action, and heads flying galore. This movie pays tribute to 80s post-apocalyptic films such as Escape from New York and Road Warrior. It knows what it is and doesn't take itself too seriously.
Brian S (it) wrote: An other George A. Romero zombie flick, you just can't get enough of him. Land of the Dead is, however, just an other rip-off of Dawn of The Dead, in my opinion. It's just another Romero zombie flick but it's full of flesh eating zombies that won't disappoint you. Watch it for Romero.
Dimitris S (es) wrote: Provocative but not relentless.I remote myself in a vast plain,mingled with the sky's peacefulness.I wouldn't wish though to have such temper aside of me.Palms as a fake plastic manuscript of thoughts and determinations.The couple is disjointed and yet so loving you feel their inner loss towards the end.Dumont shows how much a film can present without shaky camera movement and a classic film-making persona.The outcast figure.
Kat G (us) wrote: An interesting film, it definately got me thinking about the idea of possible worlds, love and what constitutes life. The supporting cast wasn't brilliant and the story was a little slow in places but overall a good film.
Julia S (gb) wrote: hmm I know nothing of this...
Liliane S (ru) wrote: Dramatic and vibrating. I did not know the movie was related to the Airbus hostage-taking in 1994. Well directed.
Jason N (kr) wrote: Jaws is such a great film for this reason. It's essentially a 41 year old nicely done "B movie" that is somehow just as good when it was released back in 1975. Please check it out if you haven't.
Jason C (au) wrote: What's the rumpus? The Coen Brothers going gangster is every bit as satisfying as you might hope, with angles imagined and explored that even the wisest of guys might not see coming. If only Gabriel Byrne had anchored more class acts like this and TUS...
Justin O (fr) wrote: BFG: Let the jokes begin.
Paul C (it) wrote: Simple, little slow and dark at first, quickly teens very charming