Katalin Varga

Katalin Varga

In the beautiful, otherworldly Carpathian Mountains a woman is traveling with a small boy in a horse and cart, looking to punish those who once abused her. For years, Katalin has been keeping a terrible secret. Hitchhiking with two men, she was brutally raped in the woods. Although she has kept silent about what happened, she has not forgotten, and her son Órban serves as a living reminder.

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Gabriel C (au) wrote: Creo que el problema principal de esta pelcula es que tiene muchos personajes, ahora para desarrollarlos y para que la gente los recuerde es cosa que un estudio esta desesperado de dinero.Adems, los deus ex machima's que ocurren en la historia son absurdos como la propia pelcula.Al menos sale Neil Craig Grayson. Y German Garmienda aqui esta....eh...

Kristi O (mx) wrote: Ok, so the movie gets you all involved, and just when things get interesting, it end abruptly with 'to be continued'. What a let down. May not bother with part two as I am extremely annoyed!

Jason C (it) wrote: My uncle Chris [Codol] plays the professor, so I give this movie 2 thumbs up !!!

Olivier B (kr) wrote: I like it when it's not about a ghost or a serial killer, it's a fresh film.

Nick O (br) wrote: There are certainly worse ways to spend two hours, especially if you're interested in seeing an adaptation with at least glimpses of the great movie it could have been. Also Thorton uses some interesting camerawork here and there and sure knows how to frame character monologues. But ultimately, I'm not even sure I can blame the pesty scissor hands of Harvey Weinstein for the lifeless melodrama of "All the Pretty Horses".

G G (es) wrote: U ain't seen dis... U beta ask somebody...!!!

Tex P (ru) wrote: This is everything that a good bad movie should be: Shaky premise, bad acting by F-list celebs and/or freaks, blown budget on monster trucks, amazing quotes, etc. I most certainly approve. This movie is always on my list of 'must sees'.

Nikolas G (ag) wrote: i recommend this film cause i like the director Hector Babenco { kiss of spider woman } but also for the amazing plans of falls and the waters of Amazonian river ...there is an extra bonus , some very nice trucks by the great composer Preisner.. you have to see the film and thing the huge disaster that happens there

Mark L (br) wrote: Someone mentioned to me the other day that this is, kind of, a Christmas film, and as such it immediately goes right to the top of my Christmas film list. Like Roger Ebert put it, even though these people are recognisable, their social lives are as alien to you or I as if they'd been Amazon tribespeople. A brilliant brilliant film.

Ugi S (br) wrote: Simple, beautiful and heartbreaking, "Au Revoir Les Enfants" once again proved that a war is horrifying for children, even they don't know about it.

Klin C (br) wrote: A very interesting and intriguing story, with just the right amount of creepyness. I like to watch it in October. It's one of the movies that has played a role in molding my writing style.

Roy C (mx) wrote: Conversations at mental-pause with a pleasant God. Jerry: 'You gave Moses tablets.' God: 'He had a bad memory.'

Cody M (us) wrote: War time propaganda. Decent. Can somebody tell my why when Pat is being held captive her captors give her a milkshake and then she pays them for it?!

Tim S (nl) wrote: Banned in Germany in 1933 by no other than Josef Goebbels

Zandra E (kr) wrote: One of the best portrayals of life in addiction I've seen in a very long time. There's no feel good story here- only the stark desperation and chaotic monotony of every day life.