A caretaker at a music academy is solving most problems for the young musicians, however not only the most appropriate way. But down inside he really has a dream of his own, which goes far beyond being the caretaker.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:Norwegian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:school,   music school,  

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William M (gb) wrote: Brilliant scientist Tom (Sasha Roiz) has invented a machine that allows a person to enter the mind of another and walk around in their memories. He has meant his invention to be used in trauma therapy, but the funds aren't forthcoming. That is, until the government hears about it, and offers him an amount he can't refuse to enter the mind of a suspected killer (Dominic Bogart). Unfortunately, something goes wrong, and Tom finds his consciousness trapped inside Anthony; when we first meet him there, he's been inside for four years, unable to find his way out, while his body lies comotose, and Anthony lingers in prison, unaware of the invasion of his mind.~STH

(gb) wrote: I really liked this cute movie even if it was a bit predictable. Still I really liked it.

Todd S (es) wrote: I am the biggest baseball fan on the planet. Baseball movies make up a whole section of my DVD collection, and based on the title and DVD cover of this film, I was led to believe that this was another baseball movie, it's not. What this movie is, is a terrific story, about three boys who break out of sleep away camp, to find out why their parents have been acting so strangely. These boys cross the state to get to the truth and what they find is really unexpected and made for one hell of a story. I really didn't figure out what was going on until the very end and once I did the rating for this film went way up, as it makes the story pure genius! You also wouldn't expect the acting in a movie centered around three kids to be as good as it was, but these boys were terrific. Soren Fulton plays Joe, the twelve year old leader of the group. Even at the rip old age of twenty-one, this kid has been in everything and had a ton of experience coming into this thing, so his strong performance wasn't so unexpected. What did surprise me was just how good Matthew Borish was. Aside from the TV show, Hack, Borish hasn't been in anything before this film, but he really made it exciting, playing the role of Tiger. Tiger is the small kid who always has to act tough and be crazy, not only to get respect, but to cover up how troubled his life is. Borish gives a performance that is both funny and heartbreaking, he did a truly incredible job. Rounding First will make you laugh, boost your curiosity, and give you something to watch that is out of the ordinary. I was disappointed once I figured out that this wasn't a baseball movie, but what I saw may have been even better.

Amanda B (nl) wrote: 250 Berlin children and teenagers of 25 different nationalities are dancing to Stravinsky?s Le Sacre du Printemps accompanied by the Berliner Philharmoniker. An interesting documentary film with great music and beautiful/ugly images of berlin in the winter...

Alejandro R (nl) wrote: I've watched these movies so out of order that I frankly, am not keeping track so I'm not very connected to the storyline's flow. Despite that, I really enjoy each of these. I suppose that says something about the story of each film, that if I can watch them out of order and not really connect to the flow from one to the other, but nevertheless enjoy them for the different elements that make a great film, then it makes it worth it in the end, just by virtue of great storytelling and filmmaking.I suppose that's also why the writer is the wealthiest fiction writer of all time with a net worth of $2.5 Billion. She knows how to capture the imagination.

Patrick Y (us) wrote: This is an entertaining, campy romp through some backstage drama of a soap opera. While soaps aren't as relevant as they were two decades ago, it does in a way predict how the line between scripted fiction and "reality" shows would eventually blend into the current publicity/entertainment machine Hollywood now aims for. And also, Cathy Moriarty's scream at the end makes the whole movie worth it.

Colin F (es) wrote: One of Hammers better Frankenstein films, this time it is not Mary Shelleys book being ripped off again, its an original tale of Peter Cushing trying to swap brains in bodies to bring his dead pal back to life, but he is not that happy being brought back. Peter Cushing is brilliant in this and it is rare to see him playing such a cold hearted person. Simon Ward who sadly passed away last week is also very good. Great Hammer Classic.