Karla & Jonas

Karla & Jonas

Karla met Jonas during a summer vacation at the lake. After being unable to stop thinking about him and their kiss she phones him, making up a school assignment about children living in an orphanage, which is precisely where Jonas lives.

Karla har ikke glemt Jonas. Og slet ikke det kys de udvekslede i sommerferien sidste år. Men hun har ikke haft modet til at ringe til ham og følge op på følelserne. Presset af sin bedste veninde Katrine tager hun sig sammen. Og naturligvis er Jonas klar til et møde. Sammen udvikler de et projekt, som går ud på at finde Jonas mor, som sandsynligvis bor i Århus. I ægte Sporløs-stil tager Karla og Jonas til Jylland for at finde en kvinde, der hedder Nanna. En film om at finde sin familie - og om at gøre det selv. En film om at gøre noget vigtigt sammen. Og også en film om ung kærlighed anno 2009. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Karla & Jonas torrent reviews

Burn P (kr) wrote: Between getting trashed, tripping, blowing guys off and writing songs, Mark (Dean O'Gorman) falls for Stephen (Simon Prast). Fig and Sally put perform Marks songs between casual sex with anyone and everyone. Katie (Rena Owen) is a few-hit wonder who hit rock-bottom in L.A and returns to New Zealand to patch her life backtogether. Stephen, Mark and Katie branch out for a slumber party at a beach house of their better days. Fig and Sally arrive, and not long after Eddie arrives also (Katies American guy). Mark stops running away from Stephens love, Katie and Eddie get engaged and Fig and Sally ... have sex?

James H (br) wrote: Preposterously stupid "christian" movie linking UFO's with god and the devil. None of it makes sense and it is way too preachy. It is laughably bad at times. Absolutely dreadful. So now christians are using UFO movies to convert "sinners"!?? What will they think of next?! According to this film, if a person does not accept a christian god into their life they will be going to hell. Frankly, I wouldn't want to go to a heaven where there was a god that would condemn a fine and good human being to hell simply because they were a non-believer. Based on this, all people who lived in times BC are in hell, and 4/5ths of all people who have ever existed are in hell, or going there, no matter how good of a person they were. Hogwash! See you in hell....

Nicki M (ru) wrote: I actually really enjoyed this once I got used to it. Great to see Elina Lowensohn in something newish and Vincent Gallo is good in this. Tate Donovan's character is hilarious (and creepy!). The mental patients bring the whole thing down a little, really they could have dropped that part, but aside from that, good, and worth a watch.

Adam R (de) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Steff A (es) wrote: A fine allegory by P.P.P. The holy italian family is deconstructed and has their inner desires brought to the surface by a charming and beautiful visitor who, to quote Jodorowsky, fock all the person. Then their life is never the same. Does it matter? Was it really that much of a change? Are they doomed? Or are they liberated? It's really up to the viewer to decide.

Simon T (ru) wrote: Hard to believe this moth-eaten nautical 'mystery' was made the same year as Goldfinger. Good character actors like Lionel Jeffries are reduced to wild over-acting to shore up the tedious plot and flat direction. Margaret Rutherford sails through it, imperious and jowly as ever.

Mark F (br) wrote: I'm such a sucker for a cheesy Elvis flick. And of the REAL cheesy ones I think this is one of the best.

Nikki D (nl) wrote: Average film with a predictable twist, beginning twenty minutes is good, but tails off towards half way.

(fr) wrote: i love movie...like crazy.