In the Kerepesi Street cemetery, three grave diggers contemplate the fate of the world, then they step out of this role and in a sequence of episodes they play the typical figures of contemporary Hungarian reality, the fat cat, the swashbuckler, the victim, underworld chieftains, and present little absurd dramas of love, marriage, friendship, public order and legal safety. The author and the film director walk among them all the time, contemplating, laughing at their plays. The stories starting from the graveyard and returning there warn of the inevitability of death. The author and the director (Gyula Hernádi and Miklós Jancsó) wisely make friends with death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kevin D (gb) wrote: Just finished watching I WANT YOUR MONEY at the O'Neal Rave in the "Dance Flick room". This was a somewhat informative flick. I've just learned why capitalism is a better policy than socialism. Socialism is like every student in class recieving the same no matter how hard or how little they worked. Another selling point for me towards capitalism is that everybody has different talents. That made sense to me.
Andy P (ru) wrote: Great White Buffalo!
Daniel D (de) wrote: Boring and passionless. The production value is so low you wonder how this actually got made! The majestic wide shots are the only decent factor in this digital mess.
Mallory A (jp) wrote: well this type of documentary really... drags...
eric c (gb) wrote: now this is a great movie love it i said it i love IT 4 and a half stars
Bengel W (it) wrote: Shirley MacLaine as a former first lady will have you in stitches of laughter as she treats Nicholas Cage with tasks that do not belong to a bodyguard. Alas Richard Griffiths steals the film with his operatic whit. Bravo! Nibbles: Baked Apple Pancake.
Michael A (it) wrote: Eastwood once again dons the role of a harden detective but not that of Dirty Harry..instead he plays Wes Block a divorced cop left in care of his two young daughters and hunting a serial killer who may or may not be Block himself.
David C (mx) wrote: An interesting if not totally successful take on the Robin Hood legend, with Sean Connery as an aging Robin (ironically with him probably in his late 40s, ie about my age now and 30 years before he finally retired). More romance than swash-buckler, and avoids, nay undermines the romance of violence. It has all the trademark Richard Lester camerawork and comic action, a la The Three Musketeers, but even more than in that, he suffuses the whole with more tragedy than comedy.
Matthew S (gb) wrote: Bold in it's day, the film is not "shocking" as it must have been in 1971, but it is still clever, intelligent and brilliantly made.
Jake A (us) wrote: Classic B-movie creature feature that has good special effects (for the time), suspense, decent acting and the typical cheesy cliches but it is good fun for the short amount of time it is around.
Zachary B (ru) wrote: I've never laughed as much as I did in this movie
Shelby B (ca) wrote: This movie is a bad influence I've watched a lot movies with cursing in them but this one ever other word is a curse word in it no exaggeration