Lost, Lost, Lost

Lost, Lost, Lost

Jonas Mekas adjusts to a life in exile in New York in his autobiographical film, shot between 1949 and 1963.

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Robert B (it) wrote: The opening sequence, about the Hot Coffee case (Liebeck v McDonalds') and "Tort Reform" are nicely done and work as a stand-alone portion for viewing. The film becomes weaker as it proceeds, moving into more contestable areas, although the Oliver Diaz portion and the explanation of the Chamber of Commerce are worthwhile for those unfamiliar with what the Chamber really does (Big Business Corporate lobbying).

Matthew L (ca) wrote: I fell asleep. And I SNORED.

Linda H (es) wrote: Slice of life film... it is warm, sweet, filled with wonderful characters. It is a peak into a culture & lifestyle. Wonderful, natural performances from a true cast of "characters.

Jason M (mx) wrote: This one was act. realy good!

Janne H (br) wrote: Tt en ollukaa nhny. Tll aiheella olis saanu toki syvemmnkin, mut 1h36min ei riitts. Taas yks syy jatkaa suomileffan vaalimista

bill s (mx) wrote: A one time watch where the performance do the movie no justice.

Nicholas C (it) wrote: Phenomenal movie that explores the character of Jimmy Hoffa in depth. A lot of emotion and character arc intermixed with moments of excitement such as the fight in the yards. I highly recommend this movie!

Hossein N (ru) wrote: Mar 09 - I enjoyed many of the sequences, dialogues and the main character but I admit I did not understand it for the most part.

Michael E (gb) wrote: Roberto Rossellini directs this great story of Karen (Ingrid Bergman) a snobby woman who marries an Italian fisherman to get out of a war camp to live with him on an Island outside Sicily. Much to Karen's dismay The island is Stromboli a a giant black rock of constant chaotic, volcanic activity. This is one of the first Itailian Neo-Realism films, and although the dialog is not that great, and Bergman has done a better job of acting, the film is still a truly entertaining story as we watch the bratty Karen struggle with the harsh environment refusing to toughen and grow up. Also the harsh documentary style photography of the volcanic explosions and my favorite scene when they catch all the tuna are truly remarkable to view. This film is definitely worth checking out.

Philip D (fr) wrote: *laughing in Spanish* muy divertido