Indru Poi Naalai Vaa (English: Go today, come tomorrow) is a 1981 Tamil film written and directed by K. Bhagyaraj. A coming-of-age story of three carefree teenagers, complete with bell bottoms and thick-framed goggles of the 80s, the laugh riot attained cult status among film buffs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dee P (mx) wrote: i need to watch this movie again....
Hobie P (ru) wrote: Yet another pointless and terrible Olsen Twin movie!
Roxanne R (au) wrote: I must point out that you need to have an open mind if you decide to watch this movie and let me stress its NOT for the masses! It deals with a highly controversial subject matter which is the romantic relationship between a 12 year old boy and a 20 something male soldier- yes even I had some reservations about that and no I am not a card carrying member of NAMBLA! So you can place your concerns aside.. I give credit to the director (Roeland Kerbosch) for depicting the whole story in a very tasteful manner. The film commences in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands late in WWII. Food shortages are producing slow starvation in Amsterdam, so 12-year-old Jeroen, along with a score of other children are being evacuated to rural Friesland. There the children will be sheltered by country folk who can feed them properly and keep them safe until the war ends. Jeroen is welcomed into a fisherman's family. One morning the German soldier's blow-up the town bridge and allied soldiers appear to repair it. One of the Allied soldiers, Walt, singles Jeroen out from the crowd of welcoming townspeople and the friendship/bond starts from there. After each encounter, Jeroen craves for more and enjoys the company of his soldier friend. When the Netherlands is liberated Walt and his unit vanish overnight, abandoning Jeroen amongst people he no longer relates to. Frantically the boy searches for his lost soldier. During the 35 years between then and the time Jeroen writes his book on which this film is true to, Jeroen never found Walt and was unable to fill the huge emptiness left behind by his lost soldier. Recommended!
Clare M (es) wrote: This is an excellent animated version of the beginnings of the "Sorceror Supreme". It's a amusing that someone has obviously begun putting information for the future Marvel live action film, "Doctor Strange" on this record??although as this is my favourite Marvel "super hero", I'll definitely be seeing that one as well.
Ugly T (ru) wrote: a special mention for this one. It's full of romantic humanity, and... doubts. The jugoslavian partisans and their people they suffered a lot during 2WW. Revenge and ethnic hate, madness and heroic acts... this one it's worth to see and to reflect about mind destructions. ...actions and reactions...did you killed my FAMILY, MY LIFE, MY DREAMS? Bastards, i'll catch you till the end of my time.
Enna (au) wrote: This movie is deliberately meaningless, and the low budget keeps it from attaining a dream-like beauty. In the end, nothing more than a curio.
Kyle F (es) wrote: The US prides themselves for creativity and originality, and when they got the rights to Godzilla they decided to infuse some of this into the movies with their own alterations. Ironically their changes intended to give it flare succeeded at doing nothing more draining it of all originality and interest.
Karl G (au) wrote: Get past first 10-15 minute and it's ok I suppose. Kierston Wareing is hot but if that's what your gonna watch this for, maybe wouldn't bother! Wife loved it!