Seventy years after his grandfather escapes from Nazi Germany to Palestine, Israeli documentary director Tomer Heymann returns to the country of his ancestors to present his film "Paper Dolls" at the Berlin International Film Festival, and there meets a man who will change his life. This 48-hour love affair, originating in Berghain Panorama Bar, develops into a significant relationship between Tomer and Andreas Merk, a German dancer. When Andreas decides to move to Tel-Aviv, he not only has to cope with a new partner, but to manage the complex realities of life in Israel and his personal connection to it as a German citizen. Tomer's mother, descendant of German immigrants was born and lived all her life in a small Israeli village, where she raised five sons. One by one, she watches her children leave the country she and her family helped to build, and now cannot help but try to influence the life of Tomer, the one son who remains. I SHOT MY LOVE tells a personal but universal love ...
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Casey B (jp) wrote: A small-scale character study that avoids banishment to the land of mediocrity because of Sam Edison & Anne Gee Byrd's strong performances. Formulaic and a little too low on laughs, but bound to find its niche audience (of which I am not) over time.
Cee C (kr) wrote: This is dumb, why would you even think about cheating when you have a wife as gorgeous as Jenna Fischer.
Gregory C (br) wrote: this was way more amusing than i thought it would be.
Private U (de) wrote: This movie was so predictable. Like, SO predictable. Start to finish. Don't even bother.
Craig T (mx) wrote: Overly long and cartoonish given its subject matter, but pleasant enough. I imagine Cher got some flak for her black sheep performance, but it was my favorite part of the film.
Terry C (ru) wrote: No-bullshit action thriller that delivers the adrenaline from start to finish, which is just over 80 minutes. Anyone having a nonsense prejudice against European/French cinema as unapproachable or pretentious has got to watch this film. And anyone looking for a fine piece of action cinema, or an alternative to a couple strong cups of coffee, will find it here as well.
Alison O (nl) wrote: Best in Show: Brendan Gleeson One for the future: Peter McDonald Stand-out scene: Woodland confrontation Brainer or no-brainer: No brainer Stands up to one viewing or repeated?: Repeated DVD commentary any good?: n/a DVD Brendan Gleeson's frequented the supporting cast of a number of major Hollywood movies for a good few years and it's nice to see him back on home territory in this Republic of Ireland set gangland comedy thriller. From the director of Full Monty wannabe Blow Dry, this is a thoroughly watchable yarn even if its incredulity is obvious from the start. The lead characters' names are priceless; The last time I saw a Git and a Bunny together I was watching an ancient Steiff bear being valued on The Antiques Roadshow. The Git in question is Peter McDonald (also Vincent in Blow Dry), newly released from a spell inside. Urged by his ex-girlfriend to make his peace with her new chap (and his childhood friend) he becomes embroiled in a gangland dispute and finds himself having to to a job for the big boss. This involves travelling to Cork and picking up a former business associate of the big man. Joining him on the journey is smalltime crook Bunny Kelly (Brendan Gleeson) and the en route bickering between the two makes for a number of funny moments. The writer has since gone on to write and direct The Actors and here he shows a deft touch for dialogue, the comic potential of each situation plumbed to maximum effect. While the plot developments are fairly predictable, this is an easy ride you're perfectly happy to tag along with. Enjoyable.
DG j (de) wrote: Keiko, the orca star of the "Free Willy" franchise, scores the hat trick with this third adventure, which finds Willy happily acclimated and siring a child in the waters off the Pacific Northwest... Keiko, the orca star of the "Free Willy" franchise, scores the hat trick with this third adventure, which finds Willy happily acclimated and siring a child in the waters off the Pacific Northwest coast. But there's still danger afoot, as Willy's human pal Jesse discovers when he encounters a local fishing boat illegally harvesting whales
Mike P (ag) wrote: Only 40 minutes. Stylisticaly not on the level of Baraka, but able to visually tell the story just the same. A fantastic peice of work.
Byron B (nl) wrote: want to see this because it won best picture with the NBR and won best foreign-language film with the NYFC
Ryan G (fr) wrote: I didn't like it as much as M. Not nearly as dark, or good.
kanija h (us) wrote: This movie is very good but sad but good this is the type of movie that makes you what to find out the people who killed these boys
Lenny R (br) wrote: Swayze. Meat Loaf. Truck smash. Agents bickering. Truck smash. Truck smash. Truck smash into Camaro. Country music. Truck smash. Swayze's wife and kid. Truck smash. Country music. Undercover agent. Truck smash. Truck smash. Lord's Prayer. Truck smash. Truck smash into train. Truck smash. Country music. The end. Truck smash.Lame, unless you like truck smashes; honestly, this movie is like 97% truck smashes and 74% country music.