Loafing and Camouflage: I-4

Loafing and Camouflage: I-4

Μια παρέα νεοσύλλεκτων -που ο καθένας για τους δικούς του λόγους θέλει να πάρει απαλλαγή από το στρατό- αναγκάζεται να υπηρετήσεις ως Ι4. Η παρέα θα βρεθεί σ' ένα ακριτικό νησί με διατεταγμένη υπηρεσία: Θα πρέπει να παίξουν τους "λαγούς" και να συνηπάρξουν με τους λοκατζήδες που ετοιμάζονται για μία μεγάλη άσκηση.

Five I4 soldiers serve in the army as auxiliaries in a unit supporting commando troops during military training. Due to all the chores and the pack drills, the soldiers will be forced to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Loafing and Camouflage: I-4 torrent reviews

Laura F (br) wrote: derekaggravate edge go v

Chris B (ru) wrote: I didn't know they could make a film that bad. There is nothing worse than watching a film that slowly moves towards a epic conclusion. That................your watching something that is waste of money, waste of electricity, waste of time, & a waste of a review. however you really just got to let it out.

A Z (mx) wrote: Short, clever, funny and good leads.

Stuart E (de) wrote: Well acted, a little slow at times but wholeheartedly grounded in reality.

Stuart K (ca) wrote: One film was not enough to take in all of Che Guevara's life, so while researching and doing the screenplay, director Steven Soderbergh and star/producer Benicio Del Toro decided to split it up into two films, the first focusing on the Cuban Revolution, and this one to focus on his other attempted revolution, that would also happen to be his downfall. 1965, and Che Guevara (Del Toro) has been missing for a while, even his own family don't know what's become of him. In fact, he's gone incognito into Bolivia, disguised as an old man, with grey hair and bald on top. He meets the men that he hopes will help lead the revolution against General Rene Barrientos (Joaquim de Almeida), he assembled a band of 29 Bolivians, 12 Cubans, and a few foreigners. Despite two successful ambushes in the spring of 1967, Guevara is unable to get enough support for his revolution, and by the summer, he's succumbing to illness including asthma. Despite the best intentions of Guevara's closest, including Tania Bunke (Franka Potente) the game is up, and his location is soon given away to the CIA. It's a slower film than the first part, and it's more downbeat, as what seems like a revolution easier than that in Cuba soon turns into a nightmare. It's still a good film, with grainier cinematography than the first part, and a lot of conflict and claustrophobia, even if it is set in the wilds of Bolivia.

Alexander C (ag) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Randy T (br) wrote: I don't know what Sam Peckinpah intended but I'm pretty sure this 'studio edited' discombobulation isn't it. This is a good film that could have been a great one. High on the Richter scale of missed opportunity and unfulfilled potential.*If you have a choice, watch the 'extended version'. It's still not the film Peckinpah intended us to see but it's a damn sight closer than anything previously available.

Pavan R (it) wrote: A fun fantasy adventure with something for everyone in the family.

Ben S (br) wrote: A lesser variation on Anthony Mann's "The Furies."