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The life of Raimond Valgre.

The life of Raimond Valgre, an Estonian songwriter of the 1930s and the 1940s, the political changes of his land and his life after war when his songs were considered not suitable for the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christian N (ru) wrote: A was suprised that it turned out to be a film that's beyond than just being a kid's film. I thought it would be a decent film with two very appeling actresses that happened to involve music which I like. However it shattered my expectations in every way It has every quality to make it a 200%, good, 4 out of 5 star,family/drama/music film.

Indira S (de) wrote: good enough to fill ur spare time, it's a feels good movie :)

Tyrone M (jp) wrote: gotta be patient watching this but it's a really nice documentary of a camel taking care of her child with the help of a Mongolian family.

Hrant B (gb) wrote: Another terrible movie with a bad premise. Terrible script with over characterization. It was supposed to a funny romantic movie but it is quite the opposite. I could care less about this movie and so should you.

Hobie P (nl) wrote: Average slasher. And it remains better than Curtis' other 80's slasher Prom Night.

Andrey B (mx) wrote: Drastically differs from the original in terms of ambience and horrors, but still the theme and music do their job.

Christopher S (mx) wrote: The special effects are certainly dated, but the eerie charm of Mario Bava's low-budget space adventure remains. The colorful cinematography and kitschy (but still very atmospheric) production design make for some excellent evocative sci-fi imagery, and despite some occasional cheesiness, the story is a compelling potboiler with some genuinely creepy moments. Clearly highly influential on many science-fiction and horror films to follow. It may not rank among Bava's masterpieces, but in terms of sci-fi B-movies, this is easily among the best.

Bob W (ag) wrote: I find it amazing how the themes of changing culture, generational differences, and family growing apart translate so well to today, not just postwar Japan. The minimalist, patient approach allows the viewer to identify with and experience the power of the emotions the characters do. Often regarded a true masterpiece, this is the best film of 1953-- a year in which many of the best films either came from Japan (see Ugetsu) or were about war with Japan (From Here to Eternity). This one transcends the era better than the rest, touching on universal, existential, deeply touching aspects of life.

Dave S (br) wrote: Needs more Garland and less Rooney. He's all bad shtick and weird tics, while she gets saddled with an oddball pseudo slo-mo C&W number called "Biding My Time". Also, more Nancy Walker please, but that's always the case.

Bjorn O (es) wrote: En av de bsta Giallos som har gjorts

Mike E (it) wrote: Not Great but damn good in my opinion. Characters are left unexplained a bit and may throw off newcomers to the series. There was a nice but completely unnecessary fan-service. But it was beautiful and majestic, magical some may even say. If you dream of wandering the stars, this is a space romance for you - it was for me.