Lady Inger of Ostrat

Lady Inger of Ostrat

This historical drama is based on a play by Henrik Ibsen and set in the year 1528. The central figure in the low-keyed story is a Norwegian noblewoman who is seeking to bring independence ...

This historical drama is based on a play by Henrik Ibsen and set in the year 1528. The central figure in the low-keyed story is a Norwegian noblewoman who is seeking to bring independence ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tim R (it) wrote: Daniel Radcliffe in another must see movie with some very interesting stuff!

Amanda H (ag) wrote: There are plenty of things not to like about this movie, but the single biggest offender for me was the grating music that plays throughout and drowns out the dialogue. I can't watch something that makes my brain hurt, and this poor excuse for entertainment certainly did that. Wasn't really the fault of any of the actors, either... whoever was responsible for this soundtrack ought to be shot.

Roland S (gb) wrote: if you liked any episodes Scrubs or Teachers, enjoyed High Fidelity and maybe listen to BBC London occasionally, you'll feel this movie.I like Scrubs, Teachers, High Fidelity, and BBC London so I enjoyed this movie.

Matthew B (fr) wrote: A man gets the green light from his wife to begin an affair, and he doesn't mind his best friend coming along for the ride. Things get complicated when their wives decide to have their own affairs. This movie has gross humor that stinks in your brain for a while.

Jay B (ca) wrote: Really aimed at children... REALLY.

Steph O (kr) wrote: "Naked in New York" begins with the main character Jake (Eric Stoltz) sitting in his car, looking directly ahead and narrating as if the audience is the windshield. I liked that. The movie is essentially about a college graduate trying to make it in New York City, and keep his relationships intact at the same time. As Jake tells us in his car-scenes, his father walked out when he was a baby, he had to look after his mother. She was very emotional. "Clearly, having no men around made me sensitive to women." he says. Jake is a playwright, telling the story of his life and his attempts to become successful. His friend Chris (Ralph Macchio) describes him as an "artsy New York jew". Chris is an actor and friend of Jake's. Unlike Jake he has a pretty normal family. From the beginning it seems as if Chris might have a bit of a thing for Jake, and they explore that a bit in the movie. Poor Chris. Mary-Louise Parker plays Joanne, a girl Jake meets at college who Chris calls a "whitebread WASP". When Joanne and Jake get series, she becomes a successful photographer. In terms of the supporting cast there's Timothy Dalton as Elliot, a family friend who Joanne's mother tries to push on her. And who helps Joanne with her photography. Tony Curtis! As a producer of plays. Kathleen Turner as an actress. A pretty good cast really. So funny seeing a very young Mary Louise Parker, since I've only really seen her in Weeds. And in general I quite like Eric Stoltz. Naturally ever since "The Outsiders", I adore Ralph Macchio, the karate kid. "Naked in New York" is really just about Jake's life, his career, his relationships... It's occasionally funny. Interesting. Well-acted, well-written. A cool movie. About people. And life. Really, it isn't as boring as I'm probably making it sound. Decent 90s flick that I think is worth a watch, if you can get your hands on it.

Sean O (us) wrote: I loved 'La Ardilla Roja' but this one didn't cut the mustard for me. Apart from the much-repeated cow metaphor, it didn't say much new and lacked a driving theme and characters you cared about. Sorry, I am a arthouse-phile but I won't be watching this again.

Patrick D (nl) wrote: Goofy, Wacky, Insane, Bat-shit crazy. This film goes from one to the next all throughout.This film definitely has echoes of HG Lewis' Bloodfeast and TLP Swicegood's Undertaker and his Pals, but it was a distinct '80sness to it, as well as some parody. It knows exactly what it is though (a cheezy horror comedy) and doesn't try to go beyond it's limits.It's also bloody, gory and violent

Gimly M (es) wrote: Opens with an absolutely golden throwback to the cinema of the 60's, and continues to be entertaining throughout.

Campbell P (fr) wrote: This was a pretty good movie. The glass knight was cool. It was more of a family movie. B

Jim B (fr) wrote: Hard truth for an early 70s movie.

Nick K (ag) wrote: The theft of the jewels was awesome, but otherwise a slow moving film.

Rob S (us) wrote: Remarkable if only for the temporary tension contained in the staircase sequence leading to Monroe's death scene. Peters leaves a lot to be desired, but at least she's easy on the eyes.

Chris G (jp) wrote: Cheesy and predictable, the movie was still captivating and made you root for the main character.

Michael L (mx) wrote: A colossal misfire, relegating the titular Jane second-fiddle to her former lover, who achieves his goals while she fails in hers.