My Winter Journey

My Winter Journey

“My best friend, Anna, asked me if I would mind taking her fifteen-year-old son Itvan to Berlin with me. I accepted immediately.” An elegant, refined man in his forties sets off with Itvan on a long, enjoyable journey, his Winter Journey. They cross snowbound Germany by car. As the man drives the boy through cities and countryside, Itvan discovers the past and the vast job of reunification now underway. Poetry and culture are also part of the journey, which is accompanied by classical German music. When their paths cross with the man's former lovers or the journey provides unexpected encounters, Itvan also gets to know more about the man's own life. When they finally arrive in Berlin, their ways must part. Itvan watches the man leave, taking the melancholy of his existence with him. However their journey together has created an unbreakable tie between the two men. Itvan will never be the same again.

“My best friend, Anna, asked me if I would mind taking her fifteen-year-old son Itvan to Berlin with me. I accepted immediately.” An elegant, refined man in his forties sets off with Itvan on a long, enjoyable journey, his Winter Journey. They cross snowbound Germany by car. As the man drives the boy through cities and countryside, Itvan discovers the past and the vast job of reunification now underway. Poetry and culture are also part of the journey, which is accompanied by classical German music. When their paths cross with the man's former lovers or the journey provides unexpected encounters, Itvan also gets to know more about the man's own life. When they finally arrive in Berlin, their ways must part. Itvan watches the man leave, taking the melancholy of his existence with him. However their journey together has created an unbreakable tie between the two men. Itvan will never be the same again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sunder S (ca) wrote: A smart thriller - but loses speed towards the end

Bryan R (kr) wrote: A small film in the best sense. This is a hilarious train-wreck of a dysfunctional family; each member with secrets they're afraid to share with each other. Amazingly great casting and performances throughout. The writing is tight and sweet. The location is a practically character in the film. Without giving the ending away...I would have been even happier had this film not had a traditional closure. I would love to believe these wonderful, very human characters are still bickering over dinner and sneaking a smoke at their bathroom window. I actually miss these people.

Christopher K (kr) wrote: The people who gave this film a poor rating probably didn't have the intelligence to figure out what the film was about to begin with. IMO Casablanca would also have been rated a bomb if ? Matthew Pejkovic, Matt's Movie Reviews had his way. Guy wouldn't know a good movie if it kicked him in the face

Kaitlin J (fr) wrote: it was awesome chris brown did a good job and it was very funny

Clemens H (ca) wrote: Aaaah, so boring. From a movie with that title I'd expect... you know... monster slaying...Instead we get an hour about the problems of some loser with anger issues that tries to be funny. The last 30 minutes couldn't save it anymore..At least there's Robert Englund in there...

Glenn S (kr) wrote: It dragged on at points, but only when Gosling wasn't involved. His characterization was detailed at the smallest point, and drew both disdain and sympathy from the audience. Exceptional soundtrack

Char M (ag) wrote: Not a bad bollywood film - ok if u can do subtitles !!! It was a bit cheesy and the acting a bit hamy. The story was that of an old fashioned romantic fairy tale with a nice happy ending. Adding to my catalogue of ok films.

Danny R (it) wrote: Gus Van Sant's compelling drama that centers on the friendship of a Bronx high school student named Jamal Wallace, marvelously played by Rob Brown, in an impressive screen debut, who meets a strange neighborhood resident, a famous reclusive novelist William Forrester, played magnificently by Sir Sean Connery, in a career-crowning performance, who has been hiding from the world since his first burst of fame. Forrester becomes young Wallace's mentor and the path that their unorthodox relationship creates for greater self-discovery, Forrester rediscovers his will to live when Wallace happens to step into his life, while Wallace is able to learn that he's more than just a basketball player with Forrester's help. Basketball is secondary to Finding Forrester's overall goal, which instead chooses to focus on the value of friends in unlikely places. Astute direction by Van Sant, with a superb supporting performance by F. Murray Abraham as a jealous professor. A wonderful adult drama.

Robert B (us) wrote: The Following is not a bad noir film. While not quite amateur, it is a novice effort -- both imaginative and naive. The plot is a bit too clever, but it is an interesting (and short) film. Recommended more to fans of black-and-white noir than to Christopher Nolan fans.

John F (ca) wrote: Robin and Robbins deliver a tour-de-force

Terri H (mx) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

Luc L (de) wrote: The special effects and sets are good fun style from the mid-sixites.

Aron S (es) wrote: It's a very sad to see Sam Raimi make such a dull movie like this. As with so many other horror movies now it has a lot of CGI effects. And let me tell you, CGI is not atmospheric. It doesn't look good. And it's just not scary. Move on. There's nothing to see here.

Derrick C (nl) wrote: The characters were enjoyable, it just wasn't a very interesting movie. You knew what was gonna happen from the start and it just made you hope that they would keep you entertained. For the most part they did, cause it was a lighthearted tongue in cheek kind of film, but it got tedious toward the end. Check it out if you have to, but really your not missing much here.