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Mazeppa

Mazeppa

Mazeppa is a 1993 French drama film directed by Bartabas. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Technical Grand Prize.

Mazeppa is a 1993 French drama film directed by Bartabas. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival where it won the Technical Grand Prize. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randy H (nl) wrote: Liked it. Very good.

Igor A (au) wrote: ? 1/2 3/4

Carlos M (ag) wrote: A solid surprise that deserves credit for how it is never afraid of taking risks - and trust me, there are a lot of things in this film that could go wrong, but even the most seemingly absurd narrative options serve a purpose and lead to something impressively consistent in the end.

Nicola G (us) wrote: You could tell this one was made on a low budget but with some good acting and a thought provoking story it was certainly worth the watch.

Binita S (ru) wrote: Felt like an intelligent stage play. It's a lesson in morals and ethics. Tom Wilkinson is such a wonderful actor.

Kristina K (ru) wrote: Since this is my least favorite genre... I didn't enjoy it as much as I wanted to. The movie is pretty good, tragic and pretty good overall. Good direction of photography, very much added to the movie.

Paula K (es) wrote: A beautiful film starring real people (not trained actors) and featuring a strong, young female character. it is a simple, powerful story.

Paula M (de) wrote: "One of My favourite movies"

julia t (ru) wrote: My uncle did a great job on this film and he is a wonderful producer and director he is my favorite uncle and i look up to him!!! i love you!!!

Cesar G (de) wrote: Do you like Robin Hood? Do you like funny and simple movies? If so this is your movie. If don't just avoid it. By simple I don't mean boring or plain. It's just a reminder of how sometimes just a few simple jokes from one liner moments can make us laugh.

Marco T (es) wrote: I think it was Don Wilson's best movie. He is a true kickboxing world champion so his fight scenes look very realistic. I like that a lot more than those crazy Chinese movies.

Laurie M (kr) wrote: The best movie!!!!!!!!!!!!i wonder what happen to the monsters at the end?

Jason P (us) wrote: One of the worst steaming piles of crap I've ever seen.

Alice S (kr) wrote: The first time I saw this movie, I LOVED IT. The second time, I thought it was just okay, maybe even a little below okay. Perhaps, due to the lack of subtitles on this particular disc I now own, I couldn't READ the movie while viewing it, so I noticed that a few performances didn't capture the gravitas of the screenplay. I remember loving Paul's slam poetry ode to supermodels (how "they're bottled promise...hope dancing in stiletto heels" and how that's as good as love), but something in Michael Rapaport's faux-gangsta posture and gait seems stilted, as if he wasn't completely sold on his character's near sociopathic rant of genius. I also remember loving Willie's meditation on thirteen-year-old Marty (how she will blossom into awesomeness in ten years and that he'd wait for her), but the cinematography is too staid and the effect of the moving monologue whispers pedophilia before it whispers, say...imprinting (ala Twilight werewolves). I also also remember loving Mo's raving, nonsensical battle cry, "YOU FUCK WITH ME, YOU FUCK WITH YOU! YOU GO TO THE FOUNTAIN, YOU DRINK? YOU DON'T DRINK!" but the loud audio makes it difficult to hear actual words.All in all, a damn shame cuz the coming-of-middle-age story is quite beautiful, and the young Natalie Portman as Marty is indeed precocious and magnetic.