A film adaptation of the novelette of the same title written by Dominik Tatarka depicts the life of a young generation of artists that was formed in Slovakia during the war. Anabella, a young and beautiful girl meets a group of artists. She awakens their erotic desires but also pure feelings of love; she becomes the object of their secret fantasies as well as their artistic inspiration. And it seems that the boundaries between reality and fantasy suddenly cease to exist.
- Stars:Jolanta Umecka, Ladislav Mrkvicka, Otakar Janda, Rudolf Thrún, Stefan Bobota, Karol Béla, Marián Polonský, Frantisek Kudlac, Marta Kmunícková, Eduard Bindas, Mária Prechovská, Ruzena Pavlová, Olga Sýkorová, Mária Fridecká, Alzbeta Safková,
- Director:Stefan Uher,
- Writer:Dominik Tatarka (screenplay), Dominik Tatarka (story)
A film adaptation ofthe novelette of the same title written by Dominik Tatarka depicts the life of a young generation of artists that was formed in Slovakia during the war. Anabella, a young and beautiful girl meets a group of artists. She awakens their erotic desires but also pure feelings of love; she becomes the object of their secret fantasies as well as their artistic inspiration. And it seems that the boundaries between reality and fantasy suddenly cease to exist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Never really got going, for me.
(ca) wrote: Couldn't even finish it.
(au) wrote: Waste of time and money
(ru) wrote: i remember i liked it.. it was somewhat annoying at the beginning but it got quite good as time passed ;)
(kr) wrote: This would appear to be a shallow attempt to delve into the psychology of Clinton's original run for the presidency, but it's also a very astute look as well with brilliant performances.
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(jp) wrote: Not bad but could have been much better! Perhaps the rumored reboot will be much better and live up to the comic's legacy!
(jp) wrote: Contrived triffle of a movie gets by solely on the charms of Dolly Parton and Griffin Dunne. Horribly dated, paint-by-number plot and performances, but Dolly's smile made me forget about that stuff.
(mx) wrote: Wenders starts this documentary by stating that when originally asked to make it, he declined because the subject matter held no interest for him. I would contend that he never really solved this issue. He clearly admires Yohji Yamamoto, but it's never clear exactly what he admires about him since the bulk of the film is extremely long takes of Yamamoto sitting and talking at the camera. Wenders muses about the (at the time) new digital technology that is taking over his business, but how this ties back to the fashion industry and Yamamoto's creative process never really crystallizes. A dull, unfocused effort from the usually fascinating Wenders.
(br) wrote: John Glen's thrilling superior Bond adventure is a well-crafted and written adventure with Sir Roger Moore's finest performance as James Bond. The story concerns Bond being assigned to investigate the brutal murders of Timothy Havelock and his wife, who were aiding in the salvage of a British spy ship which sink with a top-secret encryption transmitter called A.T.A.C., that controls the British Polaris fleet of nuclear submarines and their ICBM missiles. The Russians are also trying to recover it, and are using a secret operative of theirs named Aris Kristatos, superbly played by Julian Glover. On his mission that leads him to Greece Bond encounters the beautiful Melinda Havelock, played compellingly by the ravishing Carole Bouquet, the revenge seeking daughter of the Havelocks. Bond teams up with Melina and a master smuggler named Milos Colombo, wonderfully played with great relish by Topol, and so the deadly race is on to recover the A.T.A.C. device. Astute direction by Glen, who gives the film some awesome action set-pieces, dazzling stunts, and amazing underwater sequences, the film also has striking cinematography by Alan Hume, with razor-sharp editing by John Grover, a terrific score by Bill Conti, and a memorable hit title song sung by the sexy Sheena Easton. Without doubt Moore's best outing as 007. Highly Recommended.
(de) wrote: The Duke and Mitch with a young Jimmy Caan backing them up...what more is there to say?
(us) wrote: If for no other reason, this movie must be seen for the Vincent Price performance. Mitchum is cool, sure. And the twisting story of mob bosses, dames, plastic surgery, and drunken expatriates is fine. But Price is far more then worth the price of admission. His genius performance as a twisted version of himself is alternately sad, charming, and exceptionally funny. A good deal of it actually feels ad-lib, and I gather this film was kind of slap-dash, with script pages being written on the day. But it doesn't stop it from being entertaining. And, certainly Jane Russell is easy on the eyes, but she's also charmingly tough. The ending is a touch drawn out, but the film is enjoyable.
(jp) wrote: The books deserve better
(fr) wrote: Paul Telfer has the body of a god!
(de) wrote: Interesting premise, crappy execution