The world famous violinist Holger Brandt comes back to his family after a tour. He and his wife have been married for many years, but their love has faded. Their young daughter gets a new piano teacher, Anita Hoffman. Mr. Brandt fall in love with her and together they go on a world tour. But he soon discovers that the feelings for his wife that he thought were dead return.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1936
  • Language:Swedish,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:guilt,   nurse,   pianist,  

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James D (nl) wrote: Do not go to watch this. Very depressing with no redeeming features.

Fenky G (ru) wrote: Despite of how politically incorrect this documentary is, it still shows how a man trembles and fights his dream. I can't really say no to that, can't I?

Raj A (es) wrote: an excellent movie with a lot of emotions.....and acting of emraan is mindblowing of the strongest part of movie is its touching music.........just make u feel something.......a must watch.....

James B (nl) wrote: Ridiculously entertaining. Uday Chopra was fantastic as Ali. It in places reminded me of things I used to watch like The A-Team, not because of its cartoonish and poor quality like Don, but because whilst there is all the action, there seems more warmth to the film. Not so gritty as a Hollywood production, the action and stunts still rocked.

Simon D (us) wrote: Pretty good, especially the second half. I had no idea what to expect from this film and it didn't start out too well as I thought the acting was pretty ropey. This suggested that it would use gore and horror to sell the film, as a lot of them do, but I was wrong. The big selling point is the story. Clearly a twisted mind has come up with this tale which always makes for an enjoyable film.

Private U (es) wrote: tip it tip it stokes

Rebecca L (gb) wrote: Even though in reality, the odds of this horse ever beating the previous champion and coming up from the bottom of the race is very much slim, it's a nice enough, innocent movie about a broken family that gets healed by the magical run of their horse, Sonador. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, it brings warmth to the heart and melts the heartless souls of horse managers that do end lives to horses that have curable injuries.

John Y (ru) wrote: I love, love, love this movie. Everyone is wonderful!

Tim S (ag) wrote: Charles Laughton is NOT one of my favorite actors. I usually find him dull and boring. The only film he's in that I actually enjoyed was Island of Lost Souls, but that had more to do with the film's atmosphere and that Laughton was well-cast in the role. While he gave a good performance, it had more to do with Laughton as a person that influenced that performance, which is what made it good. I can't say I'm incredibly impressed with Randolph Scott either. I suppose if put in the right role, like Laughton, he'd pull something off good. This all leads me into Captain Kidd, which is about as boring as watching paint dry. The performances are terrible, the story is boring and meanders all over the place and there's really no high seas adventure, which is implied on the film's poster. It's just a boring mess, and I wanted it to end long before it even reached its halfway point. In other words, this is one of the most skippable movies you'll never see.

Shane S (fr) wrote: This is THE best, funniest film in the franchise! Better jokes and gags. Wil Ferrell's role is hilarious! A great comedy.

John M (ru) wrote: My favorite opening monologue of the year. This is about a safe-cracker (Jude Law) recently out from serving twelve years in prison. He tries to reclaim the money that he's owed for serving his stint, and attempts to reconnect with his estranged daughter. I went into this pretty cold, armed only with the knowledge that Law gives a committed performance in a rapscallion role. Dom Hemingway confirms exactly what kind of movie it is in the first three minutes, where he looks directly into the camera and informs you of how well-endowed he is. This is the kind of role that every actor wants: there's a lot to do, and you get to do it intensely due to the nature of how the character is written, and you get to lose yourself in the process. He dominates other people around him and does so loudly; given that he is always under the influence of some sort of alcohol and/or narcotic, he has no filter, and he is not afraid to tell you exactly what he's thinking. This is strikingly similar to a movie that came out earlier this year, Filth: both involve vulgar, repulsive men, trying to repent and reconnect with their family, all the while finding it nearly impossible to stop reverting back to their old ways. Quality wise, I think they're just about on the same level as well, although gun to my head, I would give the edge to this because it's a slightly less reprehensible character. It also doesn't hurt that he's given a lot of cutting lines of dialogue to deliver. As far as supporting characters go, they are all fine, but it has to be mentioned that Withnail himself makes an appearance (Richard E. Grant), and seeing him onscreen is the equivalent to being reunited with a long lost friend. The thing about this is that this is a borderline Oscar-worthy performance in an unfocused movie. The story itself is a bit aimless, and it always hesitates to pledge itself to what it wants to be: does it want to be a fun romp, showcasing this man getting into mischief and saying the wrong thing to every single person? Or does it want to be a sweet redemption story of a father finally able to reach his long lost daughter? The two don't really complement one another, and as a result, the film as a whole doesn't end up being something you make any impressionable memories of. You're going to get something out of this when you watch it, but as far as retaining it goes, this will likely end up being a footnote that will ultimately get forgotten, a great performance in an otherwise unremarkable movie.