Home from Home
About three women in search of a home return to South Korea after an absence of more than thirty years. In the 1970s, they left everything behind in order to go to Germany as "guest workers." Although assimilated in their new country, they long for the old one. Now they are able to realize their dream of returning with their German husbands to Dogil Maeul, the German village that has been created for people like them. Situated in a picturesque bay, the village is indeed more German than Germany--there is even whole meal bread and Frankfurter sausages. This is the new-old home to which their sixty something husbands Armin, Willi and Ludwig have come in the hope of spending their remaining years. However, there is still something missing for the three women as they discover it is not so easy to pick up where they left off.
After more than thirty years of absence, three Korean women return with their German husbands to their old homeland - to a land that is no longer theirs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Home from Home torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Dozed off halfway, it was that great.
(us) wrote: Derivative (The Skeleton Key anyone?) and mildly racist, this horror flick delivers some good scares, but is undermined by its clichd plot and flat characters.
(it) wrote: As a figure skater of ten years this movie should be the most offensive thing I've ever seen but in reality I have never laughed harder at a movie than I do every time I watch this one. This is by far Will Ferrell's best movie. Not to mention his opposite in the film Jon Heder who I've never seen before in a movie but feel in love with him in this movie because of how funny he is.
(au) wrote: A hit-or-miss: a miss for me. You won't find Chappelle's signature style here, but a collection of awesome dialogues with the signature celebrities of the era. Stay for the humor in the back-and-forths, but I didn't care much for it.
(mx) wrote: Well, it's finally come to the point where Leslie Nielsen can't demand a decent enough budget to even make a remotely decent movie. That's too bad. He used to be hilarious.
(ag) wrote: Yuck, who really calls this funny? How is this even comedy in general??!!!! F
(gb) wrote: cute holiday film which introduces us to a new character: Kessy
(ca) wrote: One of those rare sequels where it is as good, if not better than the original. Nick and Nora are back on the case the two haven't missed a step. The plot gets personal as Nick's cousin's lover disappears. Despite the darker tone, the humor is still light and witty and once again, the finale is what makes these Thin Man movies so great. It has a great cast, including a young Jimmy Stewart, and an engaging murder/mystery plot that will have you guessing until the very end.Grade: A-
(fr) wrote: This Spielberg production that launched the Hollywood Pictures Disney offshoot is an almost definitive example of the kind of "okay" movie he churned out in the 80's and 90's. It's a reasonably entertaining genre flick that couldn't possibly offend anyone in Middle America. It's got killer spiders in it, but nothing really scary happens and it's got an appealing, lighthearted tone and a genuinely good cast (except for Julian Sands, who I'm beginning to think may not be able to act at all). The film's climax is overstuffed and goes on for about 10 more minutes than it should, but that's fairly typical of Spielbergian cinema. It's the kind of film that almost everybody will kind of like and then probably never think about again.
(de) wrote: Pretty good remake, but since I saw the original film and know that plot line, I wish they added a new twist or interpret the source material differently. But the film is just an update of the original.
(fr) wrote: Perhaps the great American film.
(us) wrote: cant even describe how much i love this film.