Let the Wind Carry Me
Focusing on Mark Lee Ping-bin, one of the most talented and prolific cinematographers in Asia, the movie details the itinerant lifestyle of a deeply observant and philosophical artist and the tolls that his profession takes on his family life.
Focusing on Mark Lee Ping-bin, one of the most talented and prolific cinematographers in Asia, the movie details the itinerant lifestyle of a deeply observant and philosophical artist and the tolls that his profession takes on his family life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles is just about the best documentary ever... perfectly paced and building to a moving, yet enigmatic conclusion. A very real mystery based upon unusual phenomena - tiles with a cryptic message "Toynbee Idea/In Kubrick's 2001/Resurrect Dead/On Planet Jupiter" have been found for decades embedded in the pavement on streets in Philadelphia, Boston, and cities all across the northeast; also in St. Louis, Kansas City, even in South America. What is going on?A trio of misfits set out to solve the mystery, and their detective work leads them to strange and frightening places. Though the few clues are cryptic, intrepid research, good detective work, interviews and persistent vigilance lead them closer and closer to a possible solution, but as in all great mysteries... the journey may be worth more than the destination.The camera work, music, evocative drawings and historic photographs combine to create a unique and whole experience, and the film makers have a sure and steady idea of what needs to be seen and what's best left to the imagination. Several times I felt the hair rise on the back of my neck, and my eyes tear up with a sense of frightening awe. This strange world never felt stranger. Highly recommended.
(fr) wrote: One of the best films I've seen in my life! It made me cry and look at things as they could be! Loved it!
(ru) wrote: Zombies and cannibalism
(nl) wrote: finally a world war film ....not abt the soldiers ....but about the engineers who made it all !
(de) wrote: Could of been better
(br) wrote: I thought this movie worked ok. Not great but not horrible.
(es) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, Breillat has succeeded in cooking up a brief encounter of sexual politics so erotically captivating that although plenty of evidence is strategically planted, one barely sees the punchline coming. Anyone who has experienced a fleeting encounter will detect the ring of truth. Brief Crossing is richly layered yet grounded through an unsympathetic approach, which makes it a compelling film.
(gb) wrote: The most beautiful movie bollywood ever produce in its history. Wonderful performance by ShahRukh Khan
(mx) wrote: Such a silly ass B Movie.
(de) wrote: This was a really terrible satire of hollywood. The whole Alan Smithee thing is actually funny but the story itself was so bad no matter how many big names are in it.
(fr) wrote: This is one of Greta Garbo's better roles, playing the title role of Queen of Sweden Christina. She decides to go out alone -- dressed as a young man -- to get away from all the hubbub of being a royal. In a small inn, she meets John Gilbert, a Spanish envoy on his way to Sweden to meet with Queen Christina, whom he has never met. He believes her to be a young man, and they are forced to share a room in the crowded inn. He discovers her identity and they fall in love. Quite a bit of homoeroticism tinges this film, from Christina's hinted-at affair with one of her ladies-in-waiting, to Gilbert's attraction to whom he believes to be a boy. The idea that anyone could mistake Garbo for a boy is preposterous, of course. Some beautiful camera work inside the castle makes up for some shoddy back projection during Christina's travels. Garbo's performance is a little overly dramatic, as many of her talking parts were, but the end shot, where she sails off to a new life, is the stuff of legend. UPDATE: Saw this again today, and am upping my rating a star. That might be a bit generous, but every time I see this film (I think I'm up to about a half dozen) the better I like Garbo's performance.
(es) wrote: A classic Ferrell film, with a very simple story and enough nonsense to not care how simple it is. Despite how goofy this movie is, I'm impressed at how serious Ferrell and Reilly are able to come across. It doesn't feel as cheesy as some other ridiculous performances by the two. It feels real, odd as it may seem. I do enjoy seeing this film every once in a while.