Music in Darkness

Music in Darkness

Because of an accident at a military drill the recruit Bengt loses his eyesight and becomes blind. He gets to live with relatives in the countryside and meets the young Ingrid. She falls in love with him but Bengt's bitterness also makes him blind to her attentions.

In Sweden, the upper-class pianist Bengt Vyldeke suffers an accident in the military drill and becomes blind. He returns to the house of his aunt Beatrice Schröder and is initially ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lucas M (mx) wrote: When the Game Stands Tall is yet another feel good movie I unwillingly had to watch. Just like the others, its terribly over acted with mediocre performances, wooden dialogue, and a generic plot.

Simon O (ca) wrote: A bone chilling documentary that talks about an important issue. Amazingly presented and shows both sides of the argument so you can decide what is right and what is not.

Qaiser S (de) wrote: That's one bizaRRe movie, creepy at times thats a good thing, but it's a bit too long.

jen m (jp) wrote: kind of a weird movie, but it still kept me interested.

Grayson W (ru) wrote: Punk Emilio estevez gets a job as a repo man looking for a car with supposed aliens in the trunk. Cool surf and punk soundtrack with performance by the Circle Jerks.

Shawn M (fr) wrote: Not technically a great movie, but it has a classic-cult movie aura around it...Kurt Russel is great (the scene with the changing ethnic last names is an all-timer)...the stunts are funny, especially when seen as a adolescent boy!

Stuart K (de) wrote: After making Flesh for Frankenstein (1973), director Paul Morrissey and producer Andy Warhol, shot this very gory take on Dracula back to back with the Frankenstein film in Italy, using much of the same cast and crew, and much of the film was improvised on the spot. It has a schlocky, Euro-pudding spirit that separates it from the cheesy Hammer Dracula's that were being made around the time. In the 1920's, Count Dracula (Udo Kier) is dying and he must drink the blood of virgins in order to survive. He has his servant Anton (Arno Juerging) transport him from Transylvania to Italy after Anton suggests there might be more virgins in a Catholic country like Italy. Dracula takes up residence in a grand estate belonging to Marchese di Fiore (Vittorio De Sica), who is trying to marry off his daughters in order to get some money. His daughters are Esmeralda (Milena Vukotic), Saphiria (Dominique Darel), Rubinia (Stefania Casini) and Perla (Silvia Dionisio), 2 of them have it off with handyman Mario (Joe Dallesandro), but that doesn't stop Dracula's wicked ways. It's a very daft film, but for it's low budget values and dodgy acting, it does have a likable and compelling charm about it. There is a lot of blood and gore on display, and it's interesting that Kier's portrayal Dracula is a very ill man, which gives it depth. Plus it does have a shocking conclusion which is quite effective.

Louis M (fr) wrote: Absolute funny film with some gory deaths...

Bengel W (de) wrote: Brilliant script starts this film and it continues throughout making this a worthy viewing experience. Valued acting is realistic with a sense of humor at times even though the lion's humor steals the show. The camera work is panoramic and personal making for a visual delight. Nibbles: Champagne and Strawberries.

Sol C (es) wrote: The film wasn't bad, but it wasn't great either. It kind of reminded me of movies like Street Kings and Dark Blue. I didn't like the style or structure of the film. Stephen Dorff did a great job here. James Woods also delivers solid supporting work here.

Dan H (ru) wrote: Ok, the film talks and jokes about sex way too much. Luckily, Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis have genuine chemistry and are both super likable. It's fun to watch these two on screen, and that's the main reason I'd say give this flick a watch.