Kim Novak Never Swam in Genesaret's Lake

Kim Novak Never Swam in Genesaret's Lake

14-year old Erik gets sent to live with his older brother, Henry, during the summer as his mother is dying in cancer. Henry starts dating Ewa, who is married to Berra. A few days after Ewa shows up battered and bruised from an altercation with Berra, he is found dead on a nearby parking lot.

The year is 1962. Erik, his newly aquainted friend Edmund and his grown-up brother Henry are going to spend their summer holiday in a fairly decayed house just near the lake Genesaret. One ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kim Novak Never Swam in Genesaret's Lake torrent reviews

(gb) wrote: wow i-movie ...........?what the fuck

Ash M (jp) wrote: This movie puts you into the everyday life of a south central los angeles police officer, and it does it with style. It's a riveting film, and a must see!

Nathan C (ag) wrote: What Is This? A Big, Fat, Giant, Ripoff to the Rock's Hercules and Also The Disney Film.IT'S THAT BAD!!

Leigh R (ru) wrote: Stupid, but made me laugh. I ended up liking it...

Ch L (ag) wrote: Czech's film. I like the movie setting and how did they struggle to live together during the world war. Angle from the countryside was simply breath-taking!

Paul G (mx) wrote: Only lazy bonez would see this

Jessica H (ru) wrote: Not the greatest film, but there is some acting, not much but some and the ideal alone is worth something. it's enough to be good for what is is.

Roger O (ag) wrote: Umberto Lenzis The Man from Deep River is the first feature film that combines two of the classic Italian Mondo elements from the 60s ; animal cruelty and bizarre interest in primitive tribe rituals - the template for later cannibal movies. But this is a cannibal film with a plot - stolen from A Man Called Horse (1970.) A photographer is on assignment in Bangkok. After killing a guy in self-defense, he escapes into the jungle. There he is captured by a tribe of natives. This is not as bloody as Lenzis later movies (eaten alive from 1980, and Cannibal Ferox from 1981) and it is the rituals that are the most bizarre here. Only a single cannibal scene! (The same scene is also used in eaten Alive) + the obligatory doses of animal killings, torture and rape. Mediocre all the way, but still interesting. More of a adventure film this really.----------Umberto Lenzis The Man from Deep River er den forste spillefilmen som kombinerer to av de klassiske italienske Mondofilm-elementene fra 60-tallet; brutalitet ovenfor dyr og interessen for primitive stammers ritualer og kultur - noe som ble malen for senere kannibalfilmer. Men dette er en kannibalfilm med handling - knabbet fra den ikke ukjente "A Man Called Horse" fra 1970. En fotograf er paa oppdrag i Bangkok. Etter aa ha drept en fyr i selvforsvar maa han tutle avgaarde inn i jungelen. Der blir han tatt til fange av de innfodte. Dette er ikke saa blodig som Lenzis senere filmer (Eaten Alive fra 1980 og Cannibal Ferox fra 1981) og det er vel ritualene som er det mest bizarre her. Kun en enslig kannibalscene blir vi servert. Den er til gjengjeld ganske heftig.(Den samme scenen brukes snodig nok ogsaa i Eaten Alive). Ellers er dette kultfilm paa det jevne. Middelmaadig spilt og med de obligatoriske doser med dyredrap, tortur og voldtekt.Akkurat godkjent faar vi konstatere mens vi henter pizzaen ut av ovnen.

M M (us) wrote: Boring. The fight at the end sucks. Under water fights aren't interesting either!

Zach O (ca) wrote: Fantastic dialogue, extremely atmospheric, well-acted, mysterious, beautifully composed and shot. A perfect film. A classic.