Dhun comes from a wealthy and talented family. His desire is to see the world on his own, and he sets upon this travel. He comes upon an Inn called Five Daughters, run by Pahar. He decides ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dhun comes from a wealthy and talented family. His desire is to see the world on his own, and he sets upon this travel. He comes upon an Inn called Five Daughters, run by Pahar. He decides ...
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Alexi A (gb) wrote: The only thing that can be saved in this meaningless film is that the serbian director Maja Milos shows us the young society in one of the poorest countries in Europe. Apart that, there's a bad developped story and... pornography.
Martin T (br) wrote: I haven't seen all that many boxing movies, but there's been a few. Some are pretty good (Raging Bull) and some are pretty lame (Million Dollar Baby, the Rocky series). But it's hard to imagine one much better than this. Robert Ryan is an aging, down-on-his-luck fighter who's supposed to take a dive -- except no one bothered to tell him. The film plays out entirely in real time (or close to it... there might be a couple of cheats, but if there are, they're very minor) on the night of the bout, starting with his manager sealing the deal on the "set-up" and ending with the aftermath of the fight. Along the way we see his long-suffering wife (Audrey Trotter) walking the streets, worrying about her man. We see the bullpen banter, where the boxers' optimism ("I got a feeling about this one!" is a common line) is either rewarded or crushed. And of course we see the fight itself, brilliantly staged and expertly shot, tense and gripping. The brutality is heightened by the shots of the bloodthirsty crowd. It all gels together and makes a thoroughly compelling and very grim and gritty tale, with solid writing, direction and performances all around. Ryan usually plays a crafty/weasel type character, here he does an average joe quite well, without dumbing it down too much. Excellent stuff.
Richard D (it) wrote: I'm not a Nolan-enthusiast, so I'm pleasantly surprised by how much I actually like this film. It has a clever, dense plot that I think is quite masterfully constructed, offering just enough exposition to allow you to follow what's going on without resorting to tedious explanatory scenes that don't advance the plot. I think I would like the film even more if Nolan had not directed it. I find his style to be oppressively heavy, and I think it weighs down what should be a lighter, more fun film.
Toby R (es) wrote: That shit was gangsta.
Maximus A (es) wrote: Did not see that ending coming at all. I found myself clapping at the end.
ken j (ru) wrote: This black comedy centers around a undertaker who's business is slow and a couple of knife carrying restaurant owners who decide to help each other out as the restaurant owners start to kill people and useing the meat for there special of the day and the undertaker who agrees to bury the dead at a low low price it does make for a very interesting movie. i thought this movie was really good and could recommend it for anyone into cult or low budget black comedies
Brian P (fr) wrote: Quite a poor movie to say the least..... Certainly not worth the time to watch it.
Paul D (fr) wrote: This could be described as a spoof rather than a Carry On. I love the fact that is was obviously shot in Britain which in no part looks like the Wild West.
Simia Frainc (ag) wrote: unwatchable nonsense