Karla & Katrine
Karla invites Katrine to spend the holidays with her, hoping they might become best friends. As it turns out, nothing goes as planned. Karla meets Jonas and falls in love for the first time, and she nearly forgets all about Katrine. However, the two girls are forced to put their difficulties aside for a while, as they join Jonas in exposing a local gang of thieves.
- Stars:Elena Arndt-Jensen, Nanna Koppel, Joshua Berman, Nikolaj Støvring Hansen, Lasse Guldberg Kamper, Ellen Hillingsø, Nicolaj Kopernikus, Therese Glahn, Allan Olsen, Jonathan Stahlschmidt, Jakob Fals Nygaard, Susanne Juhász, Anna Clara Sachs Leschly, Gitte Siem, Mikkel Vadsholt,
- Director:Charlotte Sachs Bostrup,
- Writer:Ina Bruhn (screenplay), Renée Simonsen (original novel)
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(de) wrote: No comeo at achei que seria bom , mas da comeou a ficar um pouco cansativo . No de todo mau.
(mx) wrote: Good post apocalyptic movie that depicts a bleak landscape cause by a man-made catastrophe. It reminds me of a low budget children of men, worth watching if you like the genre.
(de) wrote: This just makes me sick! It kind of reminds me of some of the girls in my school!!! I don't know why girls do that stuff to girls like her!!! Take it from someone who has been bullied all throughout school! (me)
(mx) wrote: I've heard good reviews bout it.
(gb) wrote: The main cast of victims are hateful and deserve what they get, but the movie has it's tongue placed firmly in cheek, and in the right frame of mind this is gory fun
(de) wrote: Having no idea what to expect from Velvet Goldmine, I simply went in blind hoping for some sort of stylish glitz and glam.As that was the sense of my expectation I can certainly say that Velvet Goldmine catered to my hopes, but the convoluted narrative style was most unprecedented for me. Ensuring that audiences are not mislead by the project, the tagline for Velvet Goldmine is "Leave your expectations at the door" which is perhaps the most truthful tagline I have ever heard for any feature film. Having later discussed Velvet Goldmine with he who recommended it to me , it was explained to me that the characters Brian Slade and Curt Wild were allegorical representations of musicians David Bowie and Iggy Pop respectively. Upon further reading I learned that there was more to it than even that, but the simple fact is that as a viewer who didn't grow up during the heyday of these musicians and who is not educated enough on musical history to recognize this symbolism, it becomes all the more difficult to understand the true value of the film beneath its already complicated plot structure.Velvet Goldmine is like a tale of The Beatles on an acid trip through an episode of Are You Being Served?. By that I mean the film is a very trippy experience, combining a lot of electric colours and intense atmosphere with a non-linear story structure which weaves the tales of multiple characters into a single film, creating an experience which can be intentionally very convoluted. Though the stylish energy of the film in terms of tone, visuals and soundtrack certainly provide the appropriate mood for the glam rock that the narrative is modeled after, the genuine coherence of the narrative is not one that viewers are likely to embrace if they don't recognize the messages buried within the film. The narrative style explored by director Todd Haynes is one he would later touch upon again with his surrealist Bob Dylan biopic I'm Not There (2007) where he explored things more directly with greater clarity, structure and consistent sensibility. In that sense it can be argued that Velvet Goldmine provided the director a step in the right direction towards establishing a greater sense of style as a filmmaker which would progressively develop into a better sense of structure. Either way, one thing I can certify is that the overall tone of the film is rather intriguing. Velvet Goldmine maintains a trippy nature which is established by Todd Haynes' sense of style. Merging the film's timely soundtrack with strong imagery, the mood is practically hypnotic. The cinematography of the film is consistently atmospheric and works to find imagery in everything it captures which means finding life in the scenery, but more importantly it is the Academy Award nominated costumes that provide the most colour to the experience. The feeling of glam rock is established through various means in Velvet Goldmine, but the dedication to colourful detail in the costumes alone supply more than enough to bring that feeling to prominence. And though the story is very loosely tied together, the manner in which the multiple narratives are weaved together through quick edits and moments of musical charge are essential to establishing the trippy mood of the feature. I can't say that I fully understood Velvet Goldmine, but I can certify that I got a certain sense of enjoyment out of the quick-moving style of the feature even if the enjoyment was sporadic at best.And though a lack of narrative structure stands in the way of character development, this does not mean that a talented collection of performances is mutually exclusive from the film.Between his breakout performance in Trainspotting (1996) and his franchise success in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), Ewan McGregor decided to take on the role of Curt Wild in Velvet Goldmine. Capturing a free-spirited energy and edgy nature reminiscent of Kurt Cobain, Ewan McGregor stands out amongst the cast in Velvet Goldmine for being both one of the most recognizable cast members and for his ability to truly bring the material to life when he needs to. Amid the chaotic narrative are some truly powerful moments of intense drama that Ewan McGregor is responsible for delivering, and his ability to bring both this and a restrained flamboyant energy to his role is a most definite asset. Ewan McGregor's charms are an asset to any film that has the privelege of using them, and Velvet Goldmine is no exception.When I first saw the face of Christian Bale on the screen, I had no idea what to say. Since the man is currently an accomplished dramatic actor with an Academy Award and the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy to his name, to see his face in a such an unconventional role is an unexpected but most welcome trait for Velvet Goldmine. His voice articulation channels a different accent to anything else he has tackled before, and with it comes the line delivery of an organic charm and sophistication. Christian Bale is an actor who continues to impress, even with performances from years ago.Jonathan Rhys Meyers also delivers a firm effort. Though he may not have the same legacy as many of those around him, Jonathan Rhys Meyers remains notorious in Velvet Goldmine for the way that he easily embraces the mood of everything around him. Keeping up with all the story twists, Jonathan Rhys Meyers makes a firm effort to ensure his status as the lead of Velvet Goldmine is the furthest thing from miscast. Jonathan Rhys Meyers delivers a skilful performance where he effectively demonstrates an understanding of the entire universe around him no matter how complicated it is, and his young charm is fueled with charisma. So Velvet Goldmine boasts an effective vision into director Todd Haynes' sense of style and his passion for glam rock, but the musical allegories of the story get lost amid a convoluted structure and an obsession with style over substance.
(br) wrote: Two films mixed up here. Mr. Baseball with Tom Selleck is a light rom-com about an American ball player who gets set to the Japanese leagues, where he learns how different the culture ... and the culture of the game ... is there.
(fr) wrote: This is perhaps my favorite SPM as it has a good array of potential antagonists so it keeps you wondering. The nudity and slashing is all still here, just like in the first two, but the interplay of characters is done best in this one I believe. After seeing SPM 1 and 2, you won't experience much more than you did with the first however, always leaving sequels that recycle formulas with lower ratings, even if they are better than the original.
(it) wrote: Has its moments but is nowhere near as funny as Wallace and Gromit.
(au) wrote: Um dos melhores filmes de todos os tempos.
(ru) wrote: An unusually smart and mature newspaper (or rather multimedia) and crime (more specifically, serial killer) film, that's really most of all about executives competing for position in a corporation, and then about sexual competition (infidelity).
(de) wrote: Really bad sreenplay, needed a lot more.
(it) wrote: With a funny plot and a talented cast, however with a predictable narrative and no original story that makes this movie only one more in this genre.