It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books
In its minimal and non-traditional plot, the main character travels about the country meeting with various acquaintances when not taking part in various mundane, day-to-day activities. There is no real rising action or climax, and Linklater's character does not change substantially throughout the course of the film.
- Stars:Richard Linklater, James Goodwin, Dan Kratochvil, Linda Finney, Tracy Crabtree, Linda Levine, Lisa Schiebold, Erin McAfee, D. Montgomery, Scott Van Horn, Daniel Johnston, Tammy Gomez, Keith McCormack,
- Director:Richard Linklater,
- Writer:Richard Linklater (concept)
A nameless young character goes into travels to the country, meeting some acquaintances and strangers as well, having banal conversations, dedicating his existence into daily mundane ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: Best comedian on the planet
(gb) wrote: I am kinda like the part that they are honor to each other.
(es) wrote: What a wonderful portrait of life on both sides of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. As in all conflicts, may we stop so much defending our position and learn about the positions of those who we see as our enemies. Curiosity caused Tal and Nam to learn about each other and it changed both of their lives. May we please do as much as we can to learn about this particular conflict so we can help bring it to a close.
(br) wrote: This film may hve had a formula plot but was presented in a unique way. The actors brought truth to every scene. I can not ask for more in a romantic forieghn drama. I feel like I understand these characters. They are real. I want to add that I wish more American films were like this; unfortunatly, Holywood lacks the talent to pull it off as it was so done in 'Bride Flight'
(us) wrote: Great dramatic story
(jp) wrote: Humorous kyberpunk / scifi. For scifi movie marathons.
(kr) wrote: Remember being scared by the old lady's steely gaze when I was younger. Great story and loved the cartoon bits!
(ca) wrote: An ultra-bleak but brilliant paranoia tale several years ahead of its time, the film is perhaps most notable for James Wong Howe's sublime cinematography. The middle bit sags a little but the ending is one of the most chilling in cinema, where Hudson performs admirably. A really interesting Sci-Fi that is unjustly overshadowed by its distant cousin, 'The Manchurian Candidate', 'Seconds' is a class act well worth checking out.
(nl) wrote: Not bad with some great Ella Fitzgerald scenes.
(gb) wrote: Pretty fun with some great humor and a good cast but not particularly remarkable.
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