The main character, Helmi, is born into the house of Baron von Strandmann in Old-Town Tallinn, in 1908. The only thing that she knows for sure about her past is that her mother was an Estonian servant girl. Everything else is a discovery during a life that runs the course of a century - a life that has quite a lot of surprises in store for Helmi. In this house she finds happiness and suffering, passion and disappointment. She grows up alongside young Erik and waits for her big love to blossom. But one floor down lives projectionist Julius - a man who is far from indifferent when it comes to Helmi. All of the biggest historical events of the century leave their mark on the house. Its hardwood floors have born soldiers' gruff boots and gentleman's shiny oxfords. Its walls have held the fates of people from far and near, foreigners and locals. Helmi's home becomes a German salon, a revolution museum, and a working class commune. And as freedom comes, real estate crooks start sniffing ...
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Bill B (fr) wrote: Decidedly lo-fi and thoroughly tongue in cheek, this film is well worth a look and has some real laughs in there, plus the commitment to the green screened visuals is really well thought out and executed.Well worth a rental.
FantasyKitties (es) wrote: I love this movie so freakin much.
Jamie H (ru) wrote: Yes, I have seen this "movie."
Kenny O (nl) wrote: How bad was this B Grade movie!!!!What was the role of Jenny McCarthy about!!!!
Annette J (au) wrote: its a really good movie didnt see jn so long
Mary O (jp) wrote: the hash in the secret sauce has absolutely nothing to do with the movie
Aj V (br) wrote: The fly shouldn't have returned, the story is horrible and so are the special effects, this movie is nothing like the original, and I don't recommend seeing it, unless you're a big fan of Price and just want to see him in another movie.
Brad C (us) wrote: A great show! GO Indiana University! Dennis Quaid did an great job in this film! One of the best sports movies of all time!
Olli G (mx) wrote: Not exactly a cinematic tour-de-force but none the less for it! Chris Evans is the perfect Captain America and carries the role well. Bodes well for Cap's future outings!
Carson B (ru) wrote: One of the darkest and most emotional of the series, Half Blood Prince is also a fun and thrilling ride the whole way through! Even if it could have stuck to the book a little better, it is still another strong entry!
Carolina B (mx) wrote: A true classic!!! Isabel Allende & Meryl Streep are just amazing artists.
Tibor P (es) wrote: Tegnap a Film Caf esti repertorjban sikerlt elcspni ezt az de s friss darabot 64-b?l. Az zenete vilgos: ne szvzz a britekkel, mert hozzk a haverokat s betik az arcod. Mg akkor is, ha a sajt fldedet vded ellenk, ahol egybknt semmi keresnivaljuk.
Senor C (au) wrote: I should probably rate this a little higher because if you're looking for a goreladden mindless slasher w/ nudity Blood Rage satisfies. While @ a drive in 74 a kid hatchets a patron in the head & pins it on his twin brother. Ten years later the innocent brother escapes from the mental institution & returns home only to give the guilty brother a reason to start killing once again. No mystery. No suspense. Just kills, some sex, a shower & a very strange scene w/ Louise Lasser sitting on the floor in front of the refrigerator eating Thanksgiving leftovers. Lasser is quite bizarre throughout this. She cleans the house in worry for her son to return home & pleads like a crazy woman w/ the operator. This along w/ Home Sweet Home are the only Thanksgiving based slashers that I know of. It's too bad neither of them took on the holiday title to beat Eli Roth to the punch