The story revolves around a famous forger called the Consul, who has a superior ability to forge passports and visas, but he falls in the grip of the police and imprisoned. A young man, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ryan Z (es) wrote: Pretty slick CGI and good acting, but feels incredibly rushed and likely would've been better with a third-person camera.
Stefan P (es) wrote: I have absolutely nothing good to say about this one. Just avoid it.
Ori R (gb) wrote: interesting, touching, surprising. sad. beautiful.
Paul C (gb) wrote: Well done horror film from Japan. Starts out as an apparent "slasher" picture, but becomes something else by the end. Great location shooting. Very atmospheric. Score is reminiscent of work by "Goblin" for Dario Argento. Well done gore where needed. The filmmakers even manage to slip in references to "Un Chien Andalou" and "Suspiria". Not the best or scariest film out there, but worth a rental. (3.5 stars)
Mohammed A (jp) wrote: Let's hop the original movie isn't bad as this one
Ian C (ca) wrote: Ok I havent read the book, so my comments are based on the film alone. Came across as a rather sexist portrayal of women, Bergman's character constantly swooning at the lead to the point of annoyance. Also present is the patronizing White Man saves the natives/locals theme. Far too draggy as well, but the few action sequences are impressive for the period. Typical Hemingway novel/setting I suppose.
Matt H (mx) wrote: Solid thriller, but can't say I'd want to see it again, and have already forgot most of it.