Mad Love

Mad Love

The drama begins when handsome Johannes Riemann (as Richard de la Croix) is summoned to an asylum, to check on insane brother Alfred Abel (as Andreas de la Croix). As we see in a later flashback, the alluring Pola Negri (as Sappho) left the innocent Mr. Abel, a lowly engineer, for his well-heeled boss Albert Steinrück (as George Bertink); this helped drive Mr. Abel insane. Presently, when Mr. Riemann finds Ms. Negri, she leaves Mr. Steinruck and moves in with Riemann.

The drama begins when handsome Johannes Riemann (as Richard de la Croix) is summoned to an asylum, to check on insane brother Alfred Abel (as Andreas de la Croix). As we see in a later flashback, the alluring Pola Negri (as Sappho) left the innocent Mr. Abel, a lowly engineer, for his well-heeled boss Albert Steinrück (as George Bertink); this helped drive Mr. Abel insane. Presently, when Mr. Riemann finds Ms. Negri, she leaves Mr. Steinruck and moves in with Riemann. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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WS W (fr) wrote: Faith Akin's eternal proposition about ethnic identity.And I like Tahar Rahim too.The film however is just so overlong, yet disjointed, but kinda hollow deep down.

Robin D (au) wrote: I saw this film and it was REALLY boring. I myself am a Punjabi but felt that the directing, acting and overall plot were executed rather weakly. The concept of the film is great, but it lacks in being objective. It's understandable for there to be some subjectivity but the portrayel of skin-heads who stand around random plots of land with airplanes in them pumping their fists like hooligans really put me off. Also, Americans do NOT have a British accent, and that is something that Bollywood needs to take into account when they portray the west.The main actor in the film was very melodramatic and I felt like he didn't know what to do with his hands and all he did was raise his hand sky ward or have a fist with a pointing finger. Ultimately, I spent most of my time fast forwarding in hopes of a "good part" but never found one. I really hope that director's in India can start directing instead of just story telling because good concepts often don't get their due (ie. this film).

Ankit C (au) wrote: not as bad as it was projected...certainly better than anything that has Imran Khan..

Connor G (au) wrote: The characters were very poorly treated, but the environment of Woodstock was done exceptionally well. But if that's all that it has going for it, why not just watch the actual footage from Woodstock?

Dave S (it) wrote: Stallone does with this one what he should have done with the terrible Rocky V. A perfect bookend for the series. As close to the quality of the original as he has come in the entire series. You miss some of the characters so beloved in the franchise but their absence is part of what makes this entry work so well.

Laimis Z (de) wrote: the film is not perfect. still it is engaging and interesting all the way throughout even if at times it does all become quite complex. it raises questions about memory and the armenian genocide. a reminder for everyone about the past. yet there are so many things in it that at times it does become confusing. still this film is very powerful. has a strong point. yet no concrete answers.

M S (us) wrote: Nothing spectacular here. A somewhat charming flick, but too focussed on the confusion and ideals of the young for an old guy to get much enjoyment out of. Takeshi Kitano's cameo was scary and typical of that blazing madman.

Ardra M (es) wrote: Harsh movie but very good

Todd M (us) wrote: Great Classic!! 0% on Rotten Tomatoes but what do they know!

Bill M (it) wrote: Blessed are the artists than can spin repetitive thread into minimalist gold.

Katy R (de) wrote: in a way it reminded me of 'Nothing But Trouble', but it really made me think what people take to make movies like this.

Jason D (gb) wrote: A delicious Sci-Fi B-movie ripoff of The Most Dangerous Game that is pure 80's classic. Oddly enough, the film is better than its name leads you on to believe as two babes crash land on a remote jungle planet and are turned into prey by a silly hunter. Don't worry my fellow trench coat crowd, there is an abundance of titties, but the real treat comes in the form of retarded robots that bicker and have some of THE greatest dialog in the film.

Jeremy P (fr) wrote: b-movie look into the world of prostitution that is dark and corny in parts. most of the movie is from the ladies point of view. so fetishes are portrayed as gross interactions you are forced into by economic need rather than a fun interaction by a those who enjoy them. men are portrayed as violent obsessive killing machines. the costumes and cars seem to have been a big influence on boogie nights.

Christin S (de) wrote: I have loved this movie from the first time I watched it. Tissue box must be at the ready for this one!

cassadee r (de) wrote: old-fashioned!!!!!!!!!!!!

Katie R (kr) wrote: A really strong pre-code film that's essential viewing for the era, if for no other reason because of its execution of pre-code elements. Stanwyck gives a wonderful performance.

Dennis B (nl) wrote: A pumping iron wannabe, but will never be a classic.

Robert Z (mx) wrote: I just saw this for the first time(2014) and was disappointed. It was well done, just didn't live up to the hype. M.D.+C.S. were very good, tho.

Lucas P (ca) wrote: Funny, smart, crazy and genius. Just like anything else.