I'll See You in My Dreams
The film is set in a small rural town that is haunted by the undead. Only one man seems to be able to stop them, and that is Lúcio, a worker whose wife recently turned into a zombie, forcing him to keep her locked in the basement. In a local tavern he finds a second shot at true love, but this blooming romance is threatened by the situation plaguing the town.
- Stars:Adelino Tavares, São José Correia, Sofia Aparício, Manuel João Vieira, João Didelet, Rui Unas, David Almeida, Cláudia Jardim, Carlos Alves, Fernando Gomes, Filipe Melo, Paula Sá Nogueira, Raul Oliveira, Paula Diogo, Patrícia Maravilha,
- Director:Miguel Ángel Vivas,
- Writer:Filipe Melo (idea and script), Ivan Vivas (idea and script), Miguel Ángel Vivas (idea)
In a village inexplicable haunted by a plague of zombies, Lucio, an honest worker, is the only person who can fight then. He has matrimonial problems and hides Ana, his adorable wife, now ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'll See You in My Dreams torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: A stunningly beautiful film in the visual and narrative sense, told with a touch of fantasy, humor and bittersweet sadness. All this, hauntingly lovely music, and Jamel Debbouze, too. What more could a movie lover ask for?
(nl) wrote: The buddies film franchise is an example of how disney has sunk to a new low after 2000. Animals talking in a live action disney feature usually shouts out absolute drivel and I can tell you now Snow Buddies and its sequels and predecessors are just that.
(fr) wrote: i love k.c.the daughter character was a lot of fun; you could really feel for her, and feel embarrassed for her and her dad; love the reporter, too. boo on the campaign managers; i liked Kelsey as president, but much better when he stood up for his integrity
(kr) wrote: This movie was so real and believable. I met Famke and she is so nice and she did an amazing job.
(mx) wrote: It's no Dodgeball, but it's a great underdog story with good humor and a soundtrack full of good Canadian rock.
(gb) wrote: Only the best kick boxing movie ever.
(ru) wrote: The most underrated movie ever? Possibly
(fr) wrote: Terrific and solid performance by Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. Mean Streets is a strong foundation to introduce Martin Scorsese's framework and his later masterpiece. The first half may lack of pacing and incoherency, but the final execution has well satisfied.
(de) wrote: Brilliant genre classic.
(ca) wrote: The first film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin. He got a lot better.
(au) wrote: 58%A somewhat passable B-movie that can be fun at times, but it takes itself too seriously at others.