No Place on Earth
This extraordinary testament to survival from Emmy-winning producer/director Janet Tobias brings to light a story that remained untold for decades: that of thirty-eight Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for eighteen months. (TIFF)
- Stars:Ferdous Ahmed, Jayanto Chattopadhyay, Sakiba, Saul Stermer, Sam Stermer, Sonia Dodyk, Sima Dodyk, Yetta Stermer, Sol Wexler, Chris Nicola, Erin Grunstein Halpern, Cliff Stermer, Katalin Lábán, Péter Balázs Kiss, Dániel Hegedüs, Balázs Barna Hídvégi, Fruzsina Pelikán, András Orosz,
- Country:UK, Germany, USA
- Director:Janet Tobias,
- Writer:Janet Tobias, Paul Laikin, Esther Stermer (based on the memoir "We Fight to Survive" by)
A cave exploration in Ukraine leads to the unearthing of a story of World War II survivors who once found shelter in the same cave. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
No Place on Earth torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This was very interesting and it's a food movie for people who are fans of the night of the living dead. You learn a lot that you my or may not know about the film.
(fr) wrote: is this movie spelt right
(de) wrote: It's a film about Boston by Bostonians. I got to respect that.
(nl) wrote: Twohy does a great job (mainly in the first hour) to slowly build an absorbing mystery in this claustrophobic mix of horror and war movie (like Das Boot meets The Shining), even if later on it is weakened by stupid plot holes and a silly attempt to sound profound in the end.
(it) wrote: Stovelbaek, Gantzler & Jensen were great in there, but the plot was nothing to shout about.
(ru) wrote: I can't even say kids will enjoy this. This is so stupid, and so bad, and so unfunny. And honestly, it could have been great for kids, because the plot will definitely interest them. But this is "so bad it's funny!" I think there's a chance that kids will like this, because I liked it way more when I was younger. I also remember liking the second and third more. I may watch them as well. Who knows.
(ca) wrote: Actually this could be worth another look. It might fit into the "so bad it's good" category.
(mx) wrote: Barbara Stanwyck is scintillatingly sexy as Dixie Daisy and almost singlehandedly carries this murder mystery strip show. Of note is her sassy ditty "Take it off the E-String, Play it on the G-String." Forget about Moulin Rouge; this is where it's at!
(au) wrote: A handful of half-assed stories does not equate to one good one. But if you don't mind watching gratuitous gore, bad acting, and stupid characters doing stupid things, there are worse ways to spend 90 minutes.