Mentally ill young woman Valda convinces herself that a boy growing up in an orphanage is her child. Following the footsteps of a thousands Lithuanians, she immigrates to Ireland to earn money to save him. "Loss" portrays beauty and tragedy in the human heart.
- Stars:Valda Bickute, Kostas Smoriginas, Dalia Micheleviciute, Andrius Mamontovas, Daiva Tamosiunaite, Gelmis Naujikas, Vitautas Rumshas, Gabija Jaraminaite, Arvydas Dapsys, Dalia Brenciute, Toma Vaskeviciute, Justas Tertelis, Sarunas Puidokas, Eleonora Korisnaite, Regina Janina Kazlauskaite,
- Director:Maris Martinsons,
- Writer:Maris Martinsons, Raimondas Paskevicius
Mentally ill young woman Valda convinces herself that a boy growing up in an orphanage is her child. Following the footsteps of a thousands Lithuanians, she immigrates to Ireland to earn money to save him. "Loss" portrays beauty and tragedy in the human heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Loss torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A film that was destined to be predictable and boring surprised me with a plot about love that isn't always about finding your soul mate. Very well acted, especially in the case of Rachel McAdams. Really solid film.
(us) wrote: Probably one of the scariest movies ever made blended with cringe worthy acting and terrible writing. 0/5
(it) wrote: it's strange, unpredictable, funny, dark, serious, a tad bit depressing, and random as all hell - just my kinda movie!
(kr) wrote: ...and they end up going to Iceland
(kr) wrote: Its got a kind of vantage point feel to it, not his best film but a good film nonetheless
(br) wrote: Sam Peckinpah's masterpiece and most personal movie reflects a unique touch and style of cinema. Warren Oates acting is pitch perfect in all parts and the scenes of him and his girlfriend under the tree is one of the most touching scenes in 1970's movies. The action is so well directed and brutally perfect. The use of slow motion is also a great stylistic touch.
(fr) wrote: sad to say this movie was banned in the united states
(nl) wrote: A very unoriginal premise but somehow this movie manages to be really funny. Not a thinking person's movie, but certainly an entertaining one.