In spring 1976, a 19-year-old beauty, her German-born mother, and her crippled father move to the town of a firefighter nicknamed Pin-Pon. Everyone notices the provocative Eliane. She singles out Pin-Pon and soon is crying on his shoulder (she's myopic and hates her reputation as a dunce and as easy); she moves in with him, knits baby clothes, and plans their wedding. Is this love or some kind of plot? She asks Pin-Pon's mother and aunt about the piano in the barn: who delivered it on a November night in 1955? Why does she want to know, and what does it have to do with her mother's sorrows, her father's injury, this quick marriage, and the last name on her birth certificate?
Writer:Sébastien Japrisot (based on the novel by), Sébastien Japrisot (adaptation)
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Damian J (kr) wrote: It would have been an ok film if it wasn't for the Doctors Southern American voice. Each time he spoke my ears started to hurt. Story wise it was nothing special but worth a watch if you're bored senseless and the paints dried.
David H (ca) wrote: good documentary on the Medicinal Marijuana movement, including a bunch of crying hippies who got their meds taken away by ruthless govt. personal, and an old lady who says that she will defy the law and eat brownies to save her last good eye.
Megan P (it) wrote: probably the greatest movie ever
Kevin R (ag) wrote: You're heading to a two-way firing range.In the 60s and early 70s American troops in their final training before being deployed to Vietnam would be sent to Fort Polk, Louisiana, nicknamed Tiger Land. The training and preparation was legendary for its intensity and rule bending. A troubled lawyer in a military unit challenges their ways and put his and his troop's wellbeing at risk as part of the process."Apologize to the man. Say I'm sorry I didn't kill you."Joel Schumacher, director of Flatliners, A Time to Kill, Falling Down, Phone Booth, Batman Forever, the Client, The Number 23, Trespass, and Man in the Mirror, delivers Tiger Land. The storyline for this picture is interesting and entertaining but not as epic as other films in the genre. The cast delivers okay performances and includes Colin Farrell, Matthew Davis, Clifton Collins, Shea Whigham, and Tom Guiry."So you really can kill something when you want to.""When I want to."I randomly came across this on HBOGO and decided to give it a shot. This was pretty good and I enjoyed the characters for the most part. I didn't love this picture but felt it was worth watching the story unfold. I wouldn't go too out of my way to see this but this isn't a waste of time either."Light him up."Grade: C+
Gil C (fr) wrote: Best movie ever on starting a legitimate tech co.
Marshall M (nl) wrote: Great flick didnt' realize it was also a comic book though
MacDara C (it) wrote: (Watched Fri 17 Mar 2006)
Louis M (de) wrote: Gorier than hell this is a remake to the 1979 box office hit Toolbox Murders. It's a good movie with jumpy scenes and hammering people's faces all through.
bill s (nl) wrote: Well acted but so far removed script wise from the original..