Imago mortis

Imago mortis

They say that in 1600s, long before the invention of photography, a scientist named Fumagalli, was obsessed with the idea of reproducing images. He discovered that by killing a victim and removing his eyeballs it was possible to reproduce on paper the last image imprinted on the person's retina. He named such tecnique "Thanatography". Today, the same kind of gruesome ritual and abominable crimes r

A series of strange murders take place in an European school of cinema and nobody, except the professors, seems to understand what's happening. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Imago mortis torrent reviews

Daniel K (ag) wrote: 2.5: I would definitely dexribe this as an anti-WWI film put out just in time to discourage U.S. involvement in WWII. The effects are pretty good for its time and the performances are, for the most part, pretty solid. Flynn is Flynn. He really only ever had one persona, but it works here. Rathbone is a quality foil, who isn't really a foil in this case. Niven works as the trusty sidekick. It's pretty much a standard aviator picture of the era, minus the women of course.

Joe H (us) wrote: One of the most important documentaries I have seen in a long, long time. As significant as Schroeder's "General Idi Amin Dada"; required viewing for anyone interested in geopolitics.

Joshua F (us) wrote: While its a bit short on actual plot, its voice acting and animation more than make up for its shortcomings. Definitely a good alternative to the horrible Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern

Wolfgang K (nl) wrote: Tries to be complex, but fails by all accounts. Some brilliant cinematography, but altogether a lengthy sweet pie. Holocaust becomes cozy and kitschy with John Williams as fidller on the roof.

Ana B (kr) wrote: Based on the novel by George Simenon, this is a black and white thriller with strokes of drama. It tells us the story of Maloin, a switchman of a station by the sea. By chance he witnesses a murder from his signal tower and rather than report it to the authorities he gets hold of the bag full of money the deceased was carrying. We then follow this ordinary and rather dull character get home, we get to see his family and the impact all that money might make in his humble household.I cannot stress enough that this is not the conventional Hollywood sample of the genre, this is not the typical rushed persecution nor the exciting film you watch at the edge of your seat. It is a movie about guilt and about the life choices Maloin makes. It is a slow paced film with very long sequence shots with fixed and moving camera. This is art not entertainment; the images, in a classic tradition of film noir, are beautiful and suggestive of the state of mind of the characters. Shot half in English half in French, The man from London is a visual delight but lovers of thrillers might -and will- get disappointed with the slowness of the film developments.

Ryan K (de) wrote: ....least favorite of any film i've ever seen..

jay (de) wrote: ive seen lots of movies but i dont get y in both movies his mission is 2 kill some1 and them its his partners mission but if i had 2 rate it i would give it a 4 kause i love war movies and i dont get hoe they have ww2 weapons and he ises a ww2 sniper well fr 1 its not even a sniper all he did was put a scope on it overall movie was good

Jordan A (au) wrote: A boring plot and characters fill this installment to a franchise that needed a new look. Tom Hardy was ok but his character was very underdeveloped and the screenplay was very weak and stupid. It is good that J.J. Abrams put his raw talent in the reboots cause there's only 2 good movies of the original. 1 out of 5 stars.

Brent G (kr) wrote: Great movie produced by the greatest motion pictures professor at the University of Miami!!!

The Critic (ru) wrote: This made-for-television drama is well intended enough, with a likable John Travolta in the title role, but doesn't really captivate nor evoke the response that it should. Worth a look, nevertheless.

John A (gb) wrote: The series is showing its age, but it remains a fun time overall. The action and dialogue limp along here in comparison to the first two films, which means that even at 96 minutes, the time seems to pass slowly. Loy and Powell still manage to squeeze some nice moments out, and van Dyke has an excellent edit from the park bench to the martini shaker early in the film.

Spencer P (gb) wrote: Powerful with technical brilliance, striking editing, and more than one hero, The Battleship Potempkin is one of the most influential, though somewhat propagandistic, Russian films ever.

Charlo P (nl) wrote: Kassovitz bien meilleur acteur que ral et Costa Gavras un peu trop classique mon got.

J L (it) wrote: Now this movie still rocks.I rented it again a little while ago and enjoyed it as much as I did when I was a kid.I wish that sort of thing happened in my school. A real cool movie.thats for sure!