A woman is walking alone through an abandoned city. She approaches the forbidden zone and tries to pass through. Everywhere the Morning Patrol and deceptive traps are watching. The city itself is alive but uncontrolled. Computer voices warn non-existing inhabitants to leave the city. The communication system works... cinemas show films... classic faces of a past era flash across TV screens. She is confronted by one of the few survivors guarding the city. They will come close to each other ; they will try to recall the past. Together they unravel their tangled memory - threads of this catastrophe and decide to penetrate the zone together ; They are linked by the bonds of violence and death since no other behaviour is possible in this kind of world. Is there an end? Is there hope and any future since no person that was allowed through ever returned to tell us whether the freedom of the sea exists.
Writer:Raymond Chandler (excerpt), Philip K. Dick (excerpt), Daphne Du Maurier (excerpt), Nikos Nikolaidis, Herman Raucher (excerpt)
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Chris M (de) wrote: Parts felt like a jumble mess and some of the casting is questionable but there is something endearingly human about this flick that I liked.
Brooke t (ru) wrote: Book was so much better:)
Maria V (es) wrote: um filme mgico, onde o amor levado ao extremo atravs de um jogo que no conhece limites...giro ver Canet e Cotillard 10 anos mais novos :)
Andrew B (ag) wrote: It had it's moments.
Curtis L (ru) wrote: I think I saw this as a kid. looks as good as it was, I'm sure.
hyPeR dOUGhnUT nINja tImE (us) wrote: this is the most amazing movie ever i watched it as a kid and i cried the whole way through :'(
Daniel C (jp) wrote: An incredibly sweet and fun coming of age story that places characters and truths over gags.
Frankie T (ca) wrote: my literal favorite movie of all time.
Sharonhendersongaeorg S (jp) wrote: Very good movie, actors pulled this movie off seamlessly, one of my favorites.
Lawrence G (ru) wrote: Maximum Overdrive + LOTS of beer = A perfect Saturday night
Tracey c (au) wrote: Julie (Irene Dunne) and Roger (Cary Grant) are a love-struck married couple who desperately want to have a child. Unfortunately, an earthquake causes a pregnant Julie to lose the baby she's carrying. ...The two attempt to rise above it and adopt to fulfill their dreams of parenthood, but when tragedy strikes again, it threatens to tear them apart for good. One of Hollywood's Golden Age directors, George Stevens, helms this sincere all-star classic.
G Irena M (ca) wrote: Watching this my with baby niece,such a great funny entertaining animated movie.Lily's enjoying it very much!!