Leave the World Behind
A music documentary following the breakup of Swedish House Mafia and their subsequent One Last Tour. The largest electronic tour in history, selling over 1 million tickets in one week. Director Christian Larson captures the band in a unique fly on the wall manner as they call it quits and seek closure by going on the tour they had always dreamed of. With breathtaking live moments, huge laughs and dark lows, the band start to unravel why they came to the decision to end the biggest achievement of their lives to date to save their friendship. The film maps out three of the biggest stars in a scene which has gripped youth the world over and the psychology of the band. A film not to be missed.
Leave the World Behind is a music documentary following the last tour of the band Swedish House Mafia in 2012/2013. It tells a story of friendship and huge success. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Leave the World Behind torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Gritty, gorgeous, unrelenting, haunting, blunt--hits you like a bucket of cement. It's a movie of little words, and the more I try to express its beauty, the more injustice I do to it...
(mx) wrote: Weird, incredibly confusing film.
(kr) wrote: Passable romantic comedy (or maybe not because it involves cousins) with a smoking hot female lead.
(ag) wrote: Wristcutters is a surreal romantic comedy about a young man who (after a presumed break up with his girlfriend) kills himself only to wind up in another world that's exactly the same (or slightly worse) than his previous one. As you would expect, this is a very dark comedy with few laugh out loud moments. The acting and direction in the film are all good (especially Tom Waits) and the soundtrack is really amazing. Most of the music was done by Gogol Bordello, a gypsy punk band (I think they are from NY). I also really enjoyed the contrasting landscapes of the world of the living and the world of the dead. Overall this is an effective film that most people will enjoy. The characters are, for the most part, likable and the plot is original and entertaining. A fine piece of dark comedy!See it.
(nl) wrote: this movie is by far great!
(gb) wrote: What a good sad movie
(mx) wrote: This is a great movie
(nl) wrote: ...absolutely plausible vision of 1950...cinematographer Mihai Malaimare Jr...the density and sheen of the 70-millimeter format...the lush visual grandeur of mid-50s melodrama...Little red eyes...lit up when he looked at a chick...went out when he looked at anything else...specters of Eisenhower-era auteurs like George Stevens, Max Ophuls, Nicholas Ray and Douglas Sirk hover just outside the frame, along with the ghosts of the spiritual seekers, sexual adventurers...He is one thing or not anything...lucky the one that sometimes is is half the world...rotational as the earth, half in light and half in dark...and with the same...the lack of agency to spin, he spins along with it...and some of the film's drama resides in the struggle between the two characters...father and son, guru and disciple, passionate friends and bitter competitors locked in a relationship...The diabetic will die without insulin, but...is not addicted to insulin. Likewise, when the eyes are red and flashing he is safe...safe in all humanity. Not a virus, but an arm...penis...liver...for which there is some ectoplasmic home. Three billion screwed off vials...his vitality...not the chase but the injection, penetration. Eyes affixed to come more so than breasts...whose sexual undercurrents are as palpable and mysterious as the motion of water under the surface of the ocean...Selfish and destructive...conscious of his being thusly built until...only the laughing bones remain...their bones and it continues. Nurses, they've allowed it. His little red...autograph bolts the agreeable social contract...stimuli experienced as pleasurable, mutual...some consternation among his followers...skepticism about this charismatic mountebank, brought to life...with the flair and precision of a great concert pianist...holds his followers in thrall...so adept at the performance of sincerity that he may long ago have fooled himself into believing the bizarre doctrines he seems to pull out of thin air...They literally divide...cut off tiny bits of their flesh and...feed him with their bodies. They stand forth naked...the sun...increase and multiply, shot up and diffracted from a prism...they shall inherit the earth-when it is through with them...sex that passes the censor, squeezes through between bureaus...the basic American rottenness...seems entirely populated by monsters...
(us) wrote: This movies plot is kind of interesting. Decent movie, nothing too amazing.
(nl) wrote: How I identified with Hannah was too painful. Now this is much more well-structured tribute to Bergman than Interiors
(kr) wrote: Quaint wee early 80s Scottish flick set in a remote fishing town. It's a simple plot with lots of nice moments, could have been a bit heavier on the laughs though to raise the standard.
(ag) wrote: This was probably shocking and great in the 60's but it was downright boring for me. Don't waste your time...PITA must hate this movie.
(br) wrote: James Stewart is so adorable!
(gb) wrote: The final entry in the series is a gripping and slightly graphic thriller about the past of Hannibal Lector. Where Red Dragon was the remake of the first film, Manhunt and was actually the correct name of the first novel...this film goes even further back to an even younger Hannibal Lector. We are first introduced to him as a child intact with his family, a younger sister and a mother and father. 20 minutes into the film we fast forward to the present and end of the film, what would assume to be his upper teen years going into his early 20's.The plot which is a revenge plot for the most part explains where his cannibalistic behaviour derived from due to his rough past and essential witnessing of many tragic events at a young age which completely alter his mindset and look at life. The first 20 minutes of the film pictures a young Lector completely different from the one later in the film that is a younger but identical copy of the older Lector seen in the other films. A but rough around the edges and boring at times, not anywhere near as good as some of the other titles like Silence of the Lambs, this film tells a very interesting backstory which will mostly appeal to fans of the series.
(de) wrote: Another film I was never really bothered about upon release mostly due to the fact it was in black and white (Sort of) And it was short stories, 9 years later I decide to watch it and yet again i kick myself for waiting so long, There are 3 stories and a intro and a outro and they all were brilliant and gripping I did prefer the yellow bastard the most maybe because of Bruce Willis, All stories were not connected but crossed paths in a way, Some great effects for the kills and action, Brilliantly acted and nothing like you have seen before I can guarantee that, Don't make the mistake of waiting so long to see it like I did.