Opening in Moscow

Opening in Moscow

In 1959, George Nelson designed an incredible trade fair to be sent to Russia, a kind of yard sale of things American. Everything from automatic vacuum cleaners and refrigerators, to Polaroid cameras and newly pioneered videotape, as well as books not available under Stalinist rule were represented as the fruits of the capitalist American consumer market. Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev held the famous “Kitchen Debates” in a kitchen at the fair.  With dancers and music from Oklahoma, films by Charles Eames and a huge dome by Buckminster Fuller, the Russians got their first glimpse of what was happening on the other side of the Curtain.

A documentary of the 1959 American Exhibition in Moscow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Opening in Moscow torrent reviews

Ryan G (kr) wrote: The stand out film of the 2011 Oscar live action category is the romantic comedy directed by Luke Matheny. Lounge singer Raymond Goodfellow desperately tries to woo the drummer of his band, who does not return his infatuation. With a prayer to the gods, he is given magical darts that serve the same purpose as "Cupid(TM)s arrows." God Of Love is a witty romantic comedy that is obviously a throwback to Woody Allen films from the 1980s. With the help of its clever concept, the humorous script directs it away from its potential cliches. God of Love has a mainstream appeal while also maintaining an art-house style, which makes the film my personal favorite of all the 2011 nominees.

Mad M (es) wrote: Skip it. It's not funny (apart from a few smiles), not scary at all, slow, and uneventful.

Tuli R (nl) wrote: Its a joy.... purest and unadulterated joy.

gustavmarkovic31 (us) wrote: a very droll film, was not worth the trouble. there were a few funny moments, but the film was jam-packed full of unlikely themes and boring sequences. it was predictable and tiring. this film has been seen before, just with different actors and actresses. the concept is identical to some other sleepover girly films. was not the most interesting film i have ever seen.

Nick A (au) wrote: It's a kid movie though if I grew up on a surf board I would probably move on to snowboarding if I had to.

Ryan V (nl) wrote: Get stoned and watch this movie!

Drew H (mx) wrote: Two nice moments but that's it.

Alberto C (ca) wrote: Tenia recuerdos difusos de esta pelcula, y en ellos la pelcula era genial, era.

Robert P (es) wrote: I loved this film, nothing like a group of killer woman in a nurses uniform. hell have no fury like a nurse with needles and big tits LOL

Alex F (gb) wrote: Both Stephen Frear's and Milos Forman's versions are good. If there's one main difference that would be the tone of both films. While Frear's movie is more cold, less romantic, with the sense for intrigue and suspense more punctuated, Forman's movie has more sense of humor, and a cheerful tone. The production design is wonderful, and the influence from Kubrick's Barry Lyndon is evident. Colin Firth is fantastic as Valmont, and Annete Bening as the evil Merteuil is charming and poisonous at the same time.

Garrett T (mx) wrote: NEED TO SEE MORE FELLINI!!!!

Joolie S (it) wrote: I watched this when I was a kid...thanks to my dad. He loves his spaghetti westerns. Can't say I do though. Hehe.

Jean C F (de) wrote: Fell in love with this film as a youngster seeing it on TV. Jack Hawkins' performance is wonderful as is Welles'. IMHO, this film has everything: Romance, action, adventure, exotic locations, a beautiful leading lady, intrigue, top-notch sets, costumes and photography - plus a cast of thousands. The historical aspect (for me) cinches the deal. Made so long ago that Orson Welles is actually sexy, "The Black Rose" is on my top-10 films list.

Steve W (kr) wrote: A Boy Scout classic; a bit corny by today's standards, but still a good story

John Eric D (it) wrote: One of those bad-ass thrillers that I can't really forget. Cult mindf*ckery at its best. Sick and twisted and I love it. Worth watch for thriller / horror fanatics.