Trnka’s sci-fi vision of the future in which machines and robots try to substitute themselves into the most beautiful human relationships. A cybernetic robot is supposed to substitute for the loving grandmother of a little girl. The wise grandmother, however, comes back and the girl finds the warmth of her grandmother’s loving arms again. Trnka’s artistic ideas in this film can be described as both poetically fragile and dramatically cautionary. —kratkyfilm.cz . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Toh H (it) wrote: they really need to refine the story.
Matthew S (kr) wrote: Agora is a damn fine film about a lie, but that doesn't make it not about a lie. Rachel Weisz deserves every good thing you can say about her, and the costuming department did a fine job of making things look right. The visuals are fantastic as well, but its a shame that anti-religious bigotry weighs down a fascinating story. For what it's worth, Hypatia IS a fascinating woman to study, but the way the film is presented is the story of the brave hero of knowledge taken down for her research as the Christians burned the library of Alexandria. Neither of those is true, the Serapeum, not the Library, was destroyed by Christian monks, but the Serapeum was a temple, with no reason to believe it had books, even from sources who went on the next paragraph to tell us how awful those Christians were.There's a lot to like in it. But there's also a lot to like in Birth of a Nation. You have to get past the message.
bill s (ag) wrote: The only way this would have been a winner was to go heavy on the camp,they did not and the movie sucked.
Eric R (it) wrote: Logical dialogue with compelling questions. I wish something like this could make it to the big screen.
Princess S (ca) wrote: Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww im scared............
Bruno R (it) wrote: Almost excellent. Cameron and Arnold at their best.
Jiri B (es) wrote: Disturbing, bizarre and creepy film from David Lynch. Robert Smith of the British post punk band The Cure got his hair style inspiration from this film.
Buddy K (br) wrote: All the good favorites are in Gus. Ed Asner (during his Lou Grant Days). Don Knotts, Tom Bosley (during his Howard Cunningham days), Dick Van Patten, Dick Enburg (during when used to host Sports Challenge). And of course that famous mule
DC F (nl) wrote: One of The Marx Bros more successful films as it had me hardly containing myself from laughter (particularly at Harpo this time). Good story and good timing. Very smart and smug!
Adam R (us) wrote: (First and only viewing - 9/1/2012)
Hunter M (kr) wrote: Not as good as the first one but a very creative movie that I believe is underrated
Jessy R (fr) wrote: Best movie i`ve seen in my life, It hits me everytime i see it. The story is so beautiful and true, Must watch! I feel this movie like it is my own story.