Stipan is a policeman who comes to small Adriatic island off the Croatian coast in order to investigate reported strange phenomena that had frightened the whole population. At first, nobody... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stipan is a policeman who comes to small Adriatic island off the Croatian coast in order to investigate reported strange phenomena that had frightened the whole population. At first, nobody...
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Nidhi J (mx) wrote: Hilarious! Very well directed and well done the cast...
Michelle B (gb) wrote: Seriously, such an interesting story. Star-studded cast. Excellent acting. A little lengthy, but none of it was unnecessary. So similar yet different from the book; I like them both for different reasons. The bit with Ron (Hal Holbrook) broke my heart a little.
Sam A (mx) wrote: Pretty decent, not very original, overall just a decent movie. Ive met MArk Freiburger though, twice. He was a student of my current film "teacher" in my high school. MArk is a cool guy, but this film is decent at best
Julien B (jp) wrote: Albert largi son univers...
Ryan T (au) wrote: This seems to be one of those titles that I will have to watch many times to gather meaning from. Godard has packed so much into 80 minutes of film, enough that I am incredibly overwhelmed with what I have seen. As if somehow I've floated through a universe built on abstractions of the most terrible parts of humanity, the rape and pillaging of humankind in a most cannabilistic fashion, presented in his "chapters" of the three "kingdoms" of hell, purgatory, and heaven, drawing from a Dantean archetype. The jagged, sometimes jumpy, angular, and rather dark images fit the pairing of the strangely cut soundtrack, albeit both worked in concert to project a strange aspect of beauty. Although the liner notes from the DVD also makes mention of these topics told alongside a narrative of two Jewish women, I had trouble following the latter; yet another reason to watch Notre Musique again. No boys and girls, this is not a movie to watch if you want warm feelings, laughter, or entertainment. Initially, I did not know how to feel as I watched through the first two "kingdoms." But the aftermath was feeling a deep deep sadness, like the weight of the world had been presented to me.
Janette R (it) wrote: Why is it not playing every time I go to flixster it is down
David J (ag) wrote: Intense movie and a great soundtrack.
Fred W (au) wrote: Great personal cult film (former lifeguard)
Robyn M (ag) wrote: "The Petrified Forest" (Archie Mayo, 1936) is most fascinating for its eager willingness to voice criticisms of wealth, power, authority, and inequality in America. Perhaps its acute social commentary should be unsurprising considering that Warner Brothers released the romantic crime drama during the depths of the Great Depression. In doing so, who wants to watch battles of real life on the movie screen?
Joedy G (de) wrote: The book was amazing and beautifully written. As always the movie never lives up to the standards. I don't regret seeing the movie, though perhaps slightly disappointed.
Carlos I (de) wrote: Aww Chuck Russell, why hast thou let me down...? Just another on the junkheap of tired old retired-badass-is pulled-back-into-the-game-for-revenge. Only this one doesn't have anything to make it stand out. The chemistry between Travolta and Meloni is decent though...