The life of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig in Brazil. He wrote the famous book "Brasil, País do Futuro" (Brazil, Country of the Future). He and his wife Lotte, in a mysterious death pact, decided to kill themselves in the week following 1942 Carnival, in Brazil.
- Stars:Rüdiger Vogler, Ruth Rieser, Ney Piacentini, Claudia Neto, Kiko Mascarenhas, Katia Bronstein, Denise Weinberg, Daniele Boaventura, Ana Carbatti, Odilon Wagner, Bruce Gomlevsky, Ary Coslov, Daniel Dantas, Renato Borghi, Soraya Ravenle,
- Director:Sylvio Back,
- Writer:Sylvio Back, Alberto Dines (book), Nicholas O'Neill
The life of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig in Brazil. He wrote the famous book "Brasil, País do Futuro" (Brazil, Country of the Future). He and his wife Lotte, in a mysterious death pact, decided to kill themselves in the week following 1942 Carnival, in Brazil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lost Zweig torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Quite a lovely film about what a concert can do to you on a warm summer's night during a garbage strike - and at the same time a concert film promoting Broken Social Scene. My only problem with this was, that the somewhat groove-based music of BSS bored me, but for fans of the band, this is a real treat, wrapped around a hot surprise (if you ask me :D)
(es) wrote: Esagerato sotto ogni punto di vista, questo sequel del famoso 300 non riesce a replicare le emozioni provate con il primo film. Il nuovo protagonista, con una performance accademica e senza cuore non si avvicina neanche lontanamente al personaggio di Leonida. Visivamente il film ricco di slow motion e primi piani che ricordano lo stile del primo capitolo, ma il tutto farcito con degli effetti speciali imbarazzanti. Ci nonostante, anche se il film pieno di problemi sotto ogni punto di vista, il suo stile unico riesce a portare un po' di sano e temporaneo divertimento.
(mx) wrote: A somewhat odd and operatic film that depends entirely on Tilda Swinton. She comes through, but there is something about this film that never allows us to fully connect to the characters.
(jp) wrote: Wow, it didn't suck...well yeah it kind of did.
(fr) wrote: In the continuing saga of missing the point comes this third follow-up to the surprisingly good Species. Unfortunately, the original film has a dreadful ending which sabotaged the whole message of the movie, and which has been capitalized on by its sequels. Sil, the mutating alien/human hybrid was not an evil killing machine sent by aliens to destroy Earth, but a victim of child abuse, given little guidance by her clinical, detached 'father,' the scientist who helped create her. Her killing was not done out of malice, but out of instinct and personal protection. However, all of that was tossed out for a cheesy Alien-rip-off ending in the sewers. And in the subsequent films, the sexy lady-alien is simply a monster with no depth. This fourth film meanders along, occasionally flirting with a cool concept or two, but never exploring it. The effects are terrible and the acting all over the place. I could have forgiven either if there had been a good story. Even alien hunting Ben Cross with a shotgun didn't counteract that crap.
(gb) wrote: An amusing premise fails to translate very well to the screen, though the cast deliver good performances and keep the proceedings watchable... but only just.
(fr) wrote: the first half was hilarious actually, got distracted eventually. "the chink" was horrendously miscast.
(ru) wrote: Like most sequels this one doesn't fully measure up to the original, but it's still entertaining and Yul Brynner again shines in the lead.
(br) wrote: yet another WWII pic post WWII the only reason 2c this-Steve McQueen
(au) wrote: So I'd read a few reviews for Cosmpolis and thought I knew what to expect; dry and random and David Cronenberg (so possibly violent but definitely weird) and I tried really hard to get into this, but holy cow. After 15 minutes of meandering, incoherent, unrelated dialogue with several emotionless people, my mind started to wander. I tried to bring it back, tried to focus but nope, I'm bored. We meet billionaire Eric Packer, he's young, good looking and wants a haircut so sets out across Manhattan in a stretch limo despite the threat of a presidential motorcade, violent anarchists and a funeral procession. I watched Packer (Pattinson) interact with a random cast of characters in and out of his limo, I watched him get a cardiogram, a prostate exam (while carrying on a conversation) his wife hops in and out, he eats breakfast, he eats lunch, he has sex with a couple of different women. I was bored. I tried to figure out what the hell was going on, is there a point to this?Eric Packers financial empire crumbles, my mind wanders, I tried to bring it back (I don't care anymore) I'm bored. Packer gets half a haircut, brandishes a gun, shoots someone (where did that come from?) Meets a man in a decrepit apartment, has a super long and involved dialogue with him, cries a few tears and blood is spilled. What the hell did I just watch? I read a review that described the writing here as jazz like that which describes this movie perfectly. I don't like jazz. 10/18/14
(nl) wrote: Just one big, bold word, with an exclamation mark at the end: AMAZING! Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and James Franco all did WONDERFUL! The best movie of 2013, possibly all-time.
(us) wrote: Good Movie. Identity is there. Premise is simple. Not a move that will hold a long conversation, but will fill an evening. Action scenes are done very well, all stunts look believable! This is a one man movie though, not The Avengers or something like that.