In a remote Norwegian mountain-area in the 1930s, two 12 year old girls Siss and Unn meet. They are friends, but for Unn it is more serious. She admits to having secret and indecent ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a remote Norwegian mountain-area in the 1930s, two 12 year old girls Siss and Unn meet. They are friends, but for Unn it is more serious. She admits to having secret and indecent ...
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Sam T (au) wrote: An insightful peek into the dealing of screenwriters with Hollywood which in turn gives us a sense of why so many Hollywood films suck.
Jed D (fr) wrote: "You cannot hide from personal demons." Hide, was undoubtably entertaining. Rachel Miner and Alex Sarian were the most believable duo since Christian Slater/Patricia Arquette "True Romance" and Ned Batty/Faye Dunaway "Bonnie & Clyde". A sleeper B-Action, film.
Brendan C (it) wrote: Amazing! An experience.
Peyton C (nl) wrote: Even if the humor is a little juvenile, I can't deny that it's hilarious.
Donny G (kr) wrote: Very Slow movie and extremely messed up!
Private U (gb) wrote: This was really great movie! I love susan Sarandon in this film!
Josh B (ag) wrote: I've always loved this one.
James H (it) wrote: Renee Zellweger?s engaging early performance helps make this film work as well as it does. It?s along the lines of Sugarland Express and Bonnie and Clyde. It?s not as good as either of them but it holds it?s own. The fast pacing is a plus, good score.
Brian W (fr) wrote: I remember this book from when I was a kid and remember liking it. The movie wasn't terrible, but wasn't anything special. Kind of neat to see the Grand Canyon used as a major location.
James S (au) wrote: Awesome political story. Sad and inspiring
Emily Y (mx) wrote: I generally like this movie. At least it has a background that makes it seem profound and makes people think. A robbery happened three decades ago pulled out so many connections, people involved and many things intertwined. What surprised me most is that in the end the movie, I was thinking that: Oh, this is a pretty nice one because nobody is hurting their buddies. There was no betrayals, no darknesses, and even the reporter didn't expose the story which could've brought him a big fame. This is an absolute ideal scenario for me, but a happy ending.
David S (ca) wrote: Many claim Wolf Creek to be one of Australia's better films, being a horror breakthrough in the industry as well as sadistic creativity. John Jarrat does do a wonderful job being the villain, however, that is where the genius stops. Predictability is strife in this film, courtesy to the stupidity of the victims' characters. And, it is difficult to sympathize or empathize for characters, when they deliberately put themselves into suicidal situations. The only sympathy felt for here is for the industry, which claims Wolf Creek to be one of Australia's best; a very sad statement.