Ihmiset suviyössä

Ihmiset suviyössä

A visual poem based on a story by Nobel laureate F.E. Sillanpää. The fates of various characters become interlaced over a long and light-filled summer night in the Finnish countryside. ...

A visual poem based on a story by Nobel laureate F.E. Sillanpää. The fates of various characters become interlaced over a long and light-filled summer night in the Finnish countryside. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ihmiset suviyössä torrent reviews

Alexander K (us) wrote: Meh. I couldn't get over the fact that the voice on the phone sounded like the Joker from the Batman video games. Minus the amazing laugh.

Daniel O (es) wrote: Its not a film that will go down in the history books as one of the greats, but it sure is a movie i can watch over and over again. I truly believe this movie is not given enough credit.

Erick F (it) wrote: So. I'm sitting here thinking to myself, how much I loved everything in this movie until the very end. There was so much to like. First, the MAIN CHARACTER IS A TALIBAN! And you root for him! How the fuck?! Awesome idea! 2nd, there is barely any dialogue. AWESOME. Third it is a fugitive, man on the run, movie. ALSO AWESOME. There are a few moments where he gets a bit too lucky. (Where the fuck did that Helicopter go?) And some moments were just plain awkward. (You know it when you see it) But what really knocked this movie down a few notches was the unsatisfying ending. I get how they tied it into his dreams, but it definitely needed more of a bow tie at the end. Great Concept. Solid execution.

Dave E (fr) wrote: Sweet little movie, with great chemistry between its lead actors. This is a hidden little gem.

Abdulmalik A (au) wrote: a new take on the classic justice league. a better villain would have made this film much better.

Michelle D (mx) wrote: I remember we were required to watch this movie last September,2007. Nice direction and acting but I found this film very boring because of its poor writing, they made the story longer which is supposed to be short. Because of it, it did not gained box office. That time, We wanted to get outside the theater to eat instead.

Marlina Y (ag) wrote: Look at the director list??? seriuosly???

Sagar D (fr) wrote: Absolutely smashing tale

James S (jp) wrote: One of the late '90s horror revival crew, but not one of the ones which attained the grand status of your Screams or Knowing What You Did Last Summer. Which is a bit of a puzzle as despite it clearly not having the budget thrown at it that those films did, Disturbing Behaviour strikes you as a very marketable film for the time, if only because it has Katie Holmes in it.Disturbing Behaviour came at a time when Holmes was lighting up bedroom TVs and fantasies as Joey Potter in Dawson's Creek, this film showed her in a slightly different kind of role as the nose ring wearing Rachel who hooks up with new boy in town, the floppy fringed James Marsden when students of their local high school start having overnight make overs to turn them into goody two shoes. Actually, Holmes is essentially still Joey Potter, just with a nose ring and leather pants. She looks cool though.Disturbing Behaviour draws it's influences from various zombie, sci-fi movies and The Stepford Wives for a tale of teenage, master race style brainwashing. The plot is pretty well written and the script has some snappy dialogue. Nick Stahl puts in an impressive performance also as Gavin, the kid who no one will believe.....until it's too late.Aside from a silly sequence set inside a mental hospital, the film shows restraint with the traditional horror cliches, instead building a paranoid sense of dread and misunderstanding from the adults in the piece. It's not as clever as the likes of Scream or The Craft, but it's a pleasant surprise watching the film now to see how well it's stood the test of time and that it should be viewed with a minor cult status now.It might have been a bit ham fisted in it's edit and the production crew look as though they may have been half asleep, but Disturbing Behaviour wins through with it's script and commitment from the cast. It's all faintly ridiculous but when everyone knows that, it seems to work.Oh, and Katharine Issabelle is in it too. Which is always nice.

Scott W (us) wrote: Cate Blanchett has her first real starring role here next to the brilliant Ralph Feinnes. This whimsical, romantic, gambling, religious, Australian period piece is truly enchanting. I dare you not to like these two characters. (p.s. the score is haunting and stands well on its own - I've been listening to it for many years now...)

Rob L (fr) wrote: top irish caper with brendan gleeson never better.

Art S (de) wrote: David Lynch cranks out gruelling sex and uber-violence and disconnected Wizard of Oz references in an overblown yet somehow languorous (and too long) version of the titular book (which I haven't read). Sailor (Nic Cage) and Lula (Laura Dern) are young lovers on the run from her mother (Diane Ladd; yes, really her mother) and the strange thugs she hires to kill him (Harry Dean Stanton, Willem Dafoe included). Not much makes sense (as usual) but something is missing here from the Lynch films that "work" - perhaps his feel for the mysterious has been sacrificed for a hysterical metallic sheen? There are some arresting images (including some that you can't "unsee"), fleeting cameos, and puzzling inserts but it doesn't carry you along as Lost Highway does (despite its own failures) and it doesn't resonate with unearthed themes as Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive do. Cage and Dern got a raw deal, despite their willingness to go all the way. This reminds me why it took me a long time to warm up to Lynch. Give it a miss.

Lesa P (kr) wrote: I just saw this again on Comedy Central. Not quite as funny censored, but still a classic. Robin Williams is a great negotiator...most car salesman are.

DC F (nl) wrote: Not great acting plus a kind of silly plot, but maintains its creepiness and is worth seeing if for nothing more than the finale'!

Barry N (us) wrote: The film was pretty funny, but the plot was a little convulted and it left a slightly bitter taste in my mouth.

Lisa S (ag) wrote: jean seberg is unable to properly deliver lines in either english or french, apparently. it's sorely apparent what a great beauty she is and what a horrible actress as she's up against smooth, smooth david niven. i still get really irritated by deborah kerr occasionally. and the script's appallingly bad. try to convince me that ANY of these people are even vaguely French. "Raymonnnn!" Irritating.

I dont know w (ag) wrote: How many times has this been remade again?

Cori A (gb) wrote: Beautiful. (August 6, 2015)

Raquel R (de) wrote: An interesting, artistic modern take of a story that continues to be all too relevant. John Cusack, get out of here. Some of the music is incongruent to the film and a bit distracting. Otherwise, on point.