Lågor i dunklet

Lågor i dunklet

In this obvious forerunner to Torment (1944), Stig Järrel plays the mentally disturbed Latin teacher Birger Sjögren at Ringsala boarding school. A series of mysterious fires have taken ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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ken k (jp) wrote: Truth is most assuredly stranger than fiction. To say this movie is important would be a gross understatement. Maddening, sad, frightening, enlightening and even strangely entertaining. West of Memphis is the kind of film that touches ones life and opens the eyes. Justice can and often is lost in political muck and mire. We as God's children surely can do better than this. See it and experience as many emotions that have ever been woven into a film. Truly a MUST SEE for all. Ken K.

Ishwanil S (mx) wrote: A sauntering love letter to Portland, Oregon. It's quite good.

Mike B (fr) wrote: Improbable mess, with good acting from the principles. Shue frequently plays roles in a way I find hard to describe other than mildly irritating. A decent storyline would have made this a winner, but alas it is not so.

Leticia V (jp) wrote: Oh how i love the music of this region. And to be immersed in it in this movie. I feel like I experienced a bit of life as it really is there. I almost never feel that way in a movie. Like it's real. And Asia, I love you for playing someone fragile, breakable, brutal, and ass-beating all at once. Zingarina's life I both yearn for and am terrified of. a wonderfully complex feeling.

Elisa M (us) wrote: it was nice, but i was so tired and i fell asleep for 5 minutes ___ and then i didn't understand anything.

Johannes J (de) wrote: Terry Gilliam: "At least if we're going to be fucked, let's know we're fucked ahead of time."

Kyle M (fr) wrote: I really like this movie

D C (de) wrote: I didn't find it that convincing

Manu G (gb) wrote: The amps are on but nobody's home.Saw it again! Great Comedy! This is a great movie that simply doesn't get alot of credit. This movie has an original plot line with good humour and good acting. Keep in mind that this movie comes very early on in the careers of all three title characters. Personally I find the calibre of acting that Fraser and Sandler have in this movie better than some that came afterwards. I highly recommend this movie is you want to watch a good movie, not something you will have to work up to sitting thru. Three would be rockers Chazz, Rex and Pip, known as The Lone Rangers plan to play their demo on a recording company, but then they're turned down rudely. Then they decide to try the famous rock n' roll radio station, but are not accepted either. Then they decide arm themselves with squirt guns and take the station hostage for not playing their demo. But the three get more than what they have bargained for.

Jim H (fr) wrote: A gathering of couples turns sour when one couple drowns.If I ever come up with a philosophical manifesto or some revolutionary paradigm, then I hope that I can find someone like D.H. Lawrence to dramatize my philosophical precepts with the degree of felicity and verve that Lawrence treats Freud. The "death drive," the relationship between sexuality and violence, repressed emotions, latent homosexuality, and projection of childhood trauma all receive due attention. It's impossible to understand anything going on in this film without a working understanding of Freudian philosophy and psychology, and therein lies the film's primary strength and weakness. On the one hand, it's great to see a smart film for smart people, but on the other hand, it shouldn't be necessary that one study Freud in order to "get it." What is more, to paraphrase Hamlet there is more in heaven and earth, Mr. Freud, than is dreamt of in your philosophy. The actors all commit to their roles, often with full nudity, which was controversial for the film's time, and it must be difficult to convey a character based more on a psychological profile than on human actions.Overall, Women in Love is a strong film, but it's not for everyone.

Kenneth S (kr) wrote: I first heard about this film in the Stephen King book DANSE MACABRE. For the next five years, I searched and searched for this film. When I finally found it and watched it, I loved it, and it has stuck with me ever since. A doctor develops some eye drops that give him x-ray vision. After a while, he begins to go crazy as he begins seeing more and more and more...

Berni E (nl) wrote: Not sure how I had never seen it but it did make me chuckle and I now 'get' sooo many lines I have heard from friends over the years!!