Midwinter Night's Dream

Midwinter Night's Dream

A simple story of an ex-convict who comes home after 10 years, only to find two squatters in the form of a woman and her autistic daughter. Though Lazar initially plans to kick out Jasna and Jovana, he changes his mind after seeing the squalid conditions of the shelter they are to move into. It is an allegory of the Balkan wars. When first released in Serbia, it caused some public outrage because of the sharp criticism of Serbia's role in the war.

A simple story of an ex-convict who comes home after 10 years, only to find two squatters in the form of a woman and her autistic daughter. Though Lazar initially plans to kick out Jasna and Jovana, he changes his mind after seeing the squalid conditions of the shelter they are to move into. It is an allegory of the Balkan wars. When first released in Serbia, it caused some public outrage because of the sharp criticism of Serbia's role in the war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Prashant G (us) wrote: hmmm so so...one can go thru it ...... Bloody gore....theek thak...the new vampires are trained to suck blood and hunt....No rules of gravity...

Marina U (ru) wrote: menyakiskan bagaiman film dengan efek bagus tapi cerita dan script menyedihkan... ternyata emang ini film kelas 3!

Guilherme V (ru) wrote: The first and this one is the best. The rest all suck

Hannah R (nl) wrote: When does it get funny? I think people are pressured into finding it funny. I was pressured still didn't find it funny.

Deadly V (mx) wrote: Amusing comedy, but not perfect

Andrew G (jp) wrote: Better than most horror sequels, Damien: Omen II is defined by its entertaining plot focused mainly on dropping bodies. The good performances and creepy undertones are just icing on the Devil's food cake.

FilmGrinder S (us) wrote: 66% "You Americans get so disturbed by sex."-Renato De Rossi (Rossano Brazzi) Everything about it was well done, I just didn't care for the story.

Michael T (ca) wrote: One of the classics of the Film Noir genre. Orson Welles, with a convincing Irish accent, plays Michael O'Hara, a would-be novelist and sailor who fought against Franco in Spain and doesn't like cops because of some radical shipyard politics (HUAC would soon ensure heroes like this were left out of the narrative). He comes to the aid of Elsa Bannister (Rita Hayworth) when she is mugged in Central Park and is soon rewarded with a job on the ladies' husband's yacht. Welles's character is drawn into a vicious web as Hayworth's character's crippled husband, a venomous and talented criminal defense attorney played by Everett Sloane and his ineffectual partner played by Glenn Anders. They verbally spar with each other, play cruel manipulative games, and generally act like Grade-A jerks. Welles is certain that the games played on this trip from New York to San Francisco via the canal is no good for him and that Hayworth is intentionally or unintentionally leading him to his doom. Sure enough, murder enters the picture. Like most great Noir protagonists, he doesn't care but at least he tells us in his narration that he was acting like a fool. Welles and Hayworth were married at the time and Columbia did not like it when star/director/screenwriter Welles convinced Hayworth to cut her hair short and dye it blonde. The sequence set in a carnival Fun House hall of mirrors is a classic and inspired the setting for the climactic fight in the 1973 Martial Arts classic Enter the Dragon. The latest Mill Creek Blu-Ray is superb, Very crisp and clear but still in B&W as it was intended. Welles would be pleased that they have kept Ted Turner and his crayons away from this film...

Dariel Zahid P (ru) wrote: Enchanting and Intriguing to the Eye, Sin City can satisfie everyone since the graphic novel's lovers to filmgoers,

Paul D (ag) wrote: A mature piece of cinema out of India that offers a very broad window on life and meaning through a collection of stories that don't appear to go together at first. Nevertheless it's thoughtful in its stories as well as being a thoughtful piece of cinema.