One Hundred Days After Childhood

One Hundred Days After Childhood

A group of Russian teenagers spend their summer at a summer camp. Mitia falls in love and gets so occupied with his own problems that he forgets about everything else.

A group of Russian teenagers spend their summer at a summer camp. Mitia falls in love and gets so occupied with his own problems that he forgets the others. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Yanti A (kr) wrote: maybe I'm biased because I'm in love with Marisa Tomei at the moment, but I really love this kind of movie. the last movie that gave me the same warm feeling of a very grown-up and uncorny relationship was Enough Said (Julia Louis-Dreyfuss and James Gandolfini), and I totally love them both.I like how The Duplasses set the tone of this movie. it's both kinda mainstream and independent. a simple yet deep look at how a dysfunctional relationship between mother and son could affect a relationship without any corny drama. with this movie, I stand corrected: small movies give you the most grounded depict of life.

Benjamin O (ca) wrote: Disgustingly creepy.

Carlton R (de) wrote: Very surprised by this film, expected the worst, but ended up being a great horror/thriller , and plenty of nudity and sex scenes thrown in, it was well acted,and built on suspense, very enjoyable indeed.

Bobby D (au) wrote: This movie does no justice to its subject. Garcia puts too much of his pompus self-righteousness into the character. Its obvious that there was very little research going into the role.

Michael F (ca) wrote: A very surprising tale of tales. If you can hold your own against a movie of the simplest artistry, you will enjoy this full length comic strip. This feature is very relatable and comparable to american comic strips such as Baby Blues, Cul-De-Sac, and Zits. You'll find yourself in the Yamadas familiar positions as they encounter common and unique family challenges for everyone to see.

Kieran T (ag) wrote: Matthias HuesBolo YeungBilly FUCKING BanksYou bet your ass this is awesome.

Richard D (au) wrote: An extraordinary film largely due to an incredible performance by Nicholas Hope. It's not so tough to play a character this eccentric, but it's hard to play him in a manner that the audience can relate to. Hope pulls it off and it makes the film, largely a parable about how we get along in the world, transcend it's eccentricities and shocking subject matter.

Gabriel C (nl) wrote: Doc Hollywood, as predictable as it is, is an okay film that works just fine thanks to Michael J. Fox's boyish charm.

Steve M (mx) wrote: I barely remember any of this flick, except for Sho Kosugi leaping over a moving pickup truck. My childhood was defined by ninja movies, and Sho Kosugi was the shit, bishes...

David B (gb) wrote: Seen recently on MGM HD this is a thoroughly enjoyable yarn. Well acted, nicely directed and nostalgia a-plenty. Worth seeing just to hear Nichelle Nichols say "Motherf***er" Great Shaft-like score. Recommended Blaxpoitation movie from the 70s.

JohnnyLee T (fr) wrote: Disturbing film leaves you wishing for more clarity, but I guess you can interpret the results for yourself. Maybe the director pulled his punches in the end for it lacks a real resolution. But this may be one movie where the director knows it's best to present the facts without interpretation.

Oliverr (us) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. The storyline is...slightly lacking, but the mystique and distinct feel that this is a memory rather than just a script is there. I love how the soundtrack is key to the storyline too. It's a shame that because Daniel Craig is in it, it seems to be compared almost juxtapositionally. However I am confident this will become a cult classic in the years to come.