In the Shadow
In the former Czechoslovakia, 1950s, police captain Hakl investigates a jewelery robbery. An opened safe deposit leads to a known burglar. What seems an easy case soon starts to tangle. When he is called off the case, he continues on his own. The investigation leads him onto thin ice. Can he beat a stronger enemy and save his family and his own life?
- Stars:Ivan Trojan, Sebastian Koch, Sona Norisová, Jirí Stepnicka, David Svehlík, Marek Taclík, Filip Antonio, Martin Mysicka, Miroslav Krobot, Halka Tresnáková, Simona Babcáková, Krystof Mucha, Jaroslav Achab Haidler, Richard Stanke, Norbert Lichý,
- Country:Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland
- Director:David Ondrícek,
- Writer:Marek Epstein, David Ondrícek, Misha Votruba
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In the Shadow torrent reviews
(es) wrote: this movie is great!!!! im so glad i bought it!!!
(es) wrote: It was rather slow, but still watchable.
(ru) wrote: A tense, almost silent, thriller with decent performances. It makes some interesting points about revenge, duty, redemption, and the differences between generations, without ever being overtly preachy or patronising. Hardly the best film ever, but certainly worth seeing.
(mx) wrote: An interesting anti-war film about torture and what is right and wrong.
(fr) wrote: Very well made..loved the story and the performances
(ca) wrote: Slightly confusing when most characters look alike and their names do not help. However, the film is good, about calculating mischeivous Becky Sharp (Reece Witherspoon). Makes me want to read the book?2nd viewing kind of get it more beautiful costumes and set plot a bit washed up
(es) wrote: Well, u get to see kd lang nude in this......the rest I remember some fantastic music.
(kr) wrote: One of my favorite movies!
(ru) wrote: A beast ruins the plans of a gang trying to pull off a major gold heist in the mountains. Dull campy low budget horror that just drags and drags and is heavily diluted by awful sub plots that get nowhere.
(au) wrote: Ann ambitious but flawed experiment. William Clothier's Scope "black and white" color cinematography is largely successful, especially in the surprisingly few location scenes, but the art direction on the all-too obviously artificial studio sets makes it feel like two distinctly different movies: a stagebound pseudo Eugene O'Neill drama about a house of secrets torn apart by a long day's journey into light and an assembly of footage of Robert Mitchum adrift in a snowy landscape as his bravado and ego break down in the face of an unseen enemy Unfortunately we get far more of the homestead theatrics than the tracking, and there's far too little menace and dripping dread.
(kr) wrote: a must see classic movie everybody has to watch
(br) wrote: Must see for noir fans. Not as urgent for the general population.
(de) wrote: I never saw Bambi as a kid so I don't have a nostalgic connection to this so perhaps that hurt my feeling toward the film. I found it to be boring with no story to get attached to nor characters to bond with. Animation can only take me so far and there was nothing to go with the art. I guess the colors and music can entertain children but then again the film when Bambi isn't relying on cute animals instead of a plot there are actually a couple of scenes which I think could be rather frightening to young viewers, I was surprised to see this in an animated film from the 40s. Of course with these couple of suspenseful scenes comes the problem with tone. Goes from peaceful forest frolicking to terror back to peaceful frolicking with nothing to show for the breaks. They are never referred to again so along with the characters having zero development I simply did not care. Disappinting so-called "classic" from Disney.