Our Own Oslo
The comedy Our Own Oslo is an everyday love story. We follow the strained courtship of the wildly differing Harald, forty year old engineer and Vilborg, an unemployed single mother. They are both tangled up in their own pasts and their attempts at love end in disaster.
The comedy Our Own Oslo is an everyday love story. We follow the strained courtship of the wildly differing Harald, forty year old engineer and Vilborg, an unemployed single mother. They are both tangled up in their own pasts and their attempts at love end in disaster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Our Own Oslo torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Absolutely hilarious. Easily Kevin Hart's best stand up to date!
(es) wrote: ...only out of morbid fascination.
(ru) wrote: Colourful and girlish. Lolita meets Japanese manga style.
(br) wrote: A beautiful love story that goes horribly wrong. I hate movies that have this bittersweet ending. It is very depressing by the end. I really hate the girl's mother - because everyone's life is changed by her forcing her daughter's hand to do something desperate to escape.
(it) wrote: I feel guilty not watching this gold sooner.
(fr) wrote: Yet another masterpiece by Majid Majidi. The best way to enjoy this movie is don't read any reviews, synopsis or watch the trailer. Just indulge yourself in this most humorous; yet touching movie from award winning director.
(gb) wrote: odd movie, but outstanding cast including Lou Reed.
(ru) wrote: I lost patience waiting for the story to develop into something interesting. The acting was okay, but a lot of the dialog was annoying and tiresome. I was expecting a little more from Buscemi. Can't recommend this film.
(ca) wrote: Why does eveyone have to jump on the whole High School Musical band wagon? I'm sorry but you can tell me as much as you want, I'm never going to believe that those kids are at all popular. Some of those kids weren't dorky enough actually. The songs were marginal, and I think the crowd is getting to young to get the Jazz hands references that these movies keep making.
(fr) wrote: story is somewhat boring and predictable... otherwise I like the photography and martial art direction
(it) wrote: This film examines family loyalties, industrialization of cities and the struggle to better one's self amid this economic surge. Rocco has 3 other brothers and his anxious mother to care for since the death of his father. The decision is made to move them from a quiet country existence into Milan, Italy, with the hope that more money can be made in the city. I thought this film was absorbing as Rocco earnestly struggles to provide a good life for his family. He puts all the weight on his shoulders despite the fact that his brothers are quite capable of helping out as well. I became frustrated as Rocco plays the martyr for his womanizing, alcoholic older brother who keeps messing up while Rocco takes the fall. To make matters worse they fall in love with the same woman. She is a prostitute who genuinely loves one brother, but becomes more like a pawn in their game than an object of affection. Tragically, this adds to her feelings of self-hatred. Rocco does not seem to fit in this new world and the film captures how he is torn between loyalty to his family and being true to himself. Don't worry I didn't give away the entire film, there's much to see in this 3 hour saga. It is a solid narrative. Beautiful actors and beautifully shot, I also found the film to be very satisfying on a visual level.
(au) wrote: Deserves acclaim for its place in film history, but it didn't personally work for me. Fantastic, iconic imagery, but not the best storytelling. The vampire's time on the ship takes up a half hour of the limited running time of the movie, and kills any momentum of the earlier scenes. It also doesn't help, due to limits in film technology at the time, for being such a dark film, it's actually kind of bathed in light. The "night time" scenes are too ridiculous to be believable. An important work of silent cinema to be sure, but not one that greatly worked for me.
(mx) wrote: Fascinating; perhaps even more so to those of us old enough to remember The Gong Show. Even if all this is just a concoction of Chuck Barris' imagination, it nevertheless is a remarkable bit of creative writing. And the casting is fun, including a couple of cameos in The Dating Game clips where -- as often actually happened -- an oaf was chosen over a couple of really handsome guys.