No Place to Go
Flanders, a famous female author, travels 1989 after the fall of the Berlin wall into the German capitol. She is deeply depressed of the events because she saw the communistic states as a very good thing that has now ended. In the joy of these days she finds no person to understand her, so she has to travel back to Munich. After meeting several people, known and unknown, it seems as if there will be no way to go.
- Stars:Hannelore Elsner, Vadim Glowna, Jasmin Tabatabai, Lars Rudolph, Michael Gwisdek, Nina Petri, Tonio Arango, Claudia Geisler, Catherine H. Flemming, Thomas Bading, Gunda Ebert, Hansjürgen Frintrop, Michael Gaißmayer, Helga Göring, Christine Harbort,
- Director:Oskar Roehler,
- Writer:Oskar Roehler
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No Place to Go torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A poignant, disturbing and yet informative film about how the chemical firms like Monsanto that make pesticides have radically radically changed the shape of American farming and spent huge amounts to avoid public scrutiny and government regulation of parts of their industry. The result is consumers don't know what's in what they are eating and whether it's safe or not. The poignancy come from the filmmaker's relationship with this three children and trying to protect them and ensure a better, safe, and sustainable future for them.
(nl) wrote: I found this movie fascinating, and thought about it for quite some time. This unfortunately led me to watch his new move, The Lobster, which I found an absolute waste, one of the most boring and meaningless movies I've ever seen.
(ru) wrote: I couldn't get a good sense of the point of the story. Yes, there was suspense, but I didn't feel there was a good climax or resolution. It just WAS. I don't know what the writer wanted me to take from it, and that feels like a failure to me.
(kr) wrote: not the comedy I presumed...has its funny moments but this is a serious movie....well written and performed....the Aussies make good movies
(fr) wrote: Very macho. Thought it was funny the way that Danny Dyer grinned mischieveously before blowing that scumbag away. See why some crooks keep getting away with it when you get bent coppers.
(jp) wrote: Utter pretentious Arthouse Twaddle.
(jp) wrote: Not as good as the first, but still okay.
(fr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(ag) wrote: The fortunate thing is the more you try to understand and interpret it, Ridley Scott's misunderstood sci-fi masterpiece can be enjoyed in many versions. The settings are wonderful yet realistic. The imagery is forever itched in everyone's mind, and is surprisingly no different to how it looks now. The characters' interaction to the world around them make for a powerful, if strange, neo-noir epic. Some great quotes from this movie as well, which raises many questions about the prospect of mortality. The ambiguity surrounding much of the film will live forever, ironically unlike some of its own certain subjects.
(it) wrote: Some interesting cold war ideas but ultimately just boring
(fr) wrote: Quite standard classic Hollywood movie but I love Doris Day singing and dancing. The story I guess nothing new: there was too many stage stars and movie stars who got their way up with a help of mobs and gangsters but this is not much about mafia but more about sacrificing a lot for a way up, about a talent or having no talent and so on. And all the narrative is on the female which is great.
(ca) wrote: It was a bit much of the Minions for me, but my 1st grader loved it -- and that's the real audience.Grade: C