After the incident when ADAM hit a girl named Melati with his car, Adam and his family decided to take care of her. Melati wakes up the day after but she cannot remember a thing except her name. Seri feels threatened by Melati’s presence because Seri been dreaming to make Adam her husband.
After the incident when ADAM hit a girl named Melati with his car, Adam and his family decided to take care of her. Melati wakes up the day after but she cannot remember a thing except her name. Seri feels threatened by Melati’s presence because Seri been dreaming to make Adam her husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: I saw this film at the Beloit Internatinal Film Festival and it was one of the most popular films there for good reason. It is a very quality independent film that looked very good for a film that was shot for cheap. The two leads do a solid job, especially Dana Pupkin. The plot is pretty good and I liked a lot of the jokes in the film. This was definitely a surprise and is worth checking out if you like indepedent films.
(gb) wrote: On a par with Sauras' other music & dance films. I could have seen it again immediately. The music is stellar and is perfectly matched with some of the best dance I have ever seen on screen
(gb) wrote: I haven't actually seen it yet, but I want to learn some history of B-Boying.
(fr) wrote: this is a pretty funny movie considering that these women are 40's and having a sleep over..worth watching..
(au) wrote: expected story plot...
(gb) wrote: Razorback is an assassin pig hunting deep inside the heart of the outback. That also pretty much sums up the story of this film. So why would anybody, like me, give it 4 stars in a review? The answer is one: Russell Mulcahy's direction comes extremely near to perfection. With very little money this Australian director managed to create an ultra-tense, believable and violent piece of artwork that will make you stand at the edge of your sit, biting your finger nails, for the whole 90 minutes. I'm not kidding you.
(it) wrote: (63%) One of the more bold and effective exploitation movies to come from the 1980's. When mute woman appears in a movie such as this you pretty much already know what is going to happen to her. The rape scenes themselves are as shocking as they rightly should be, but are not overly explicit, or remotely glamorised, which marks this movie apart from the more muddled morality of other films of this type (Savage streets). The very sadly late Zoe Tamerlis is fantastic in a hugely difficult role involving not one spoken line throughout the entire movie. As films of this type go, this is maybe the best of the lot. A gritty slice of 80's vigilante cinema.
(fr) wrote: What a magnificent film.
(ca) wrote: Poor Audrey running around with no self respect pretending she is a bitch while trying to seduce a womanizer...
(ca) wrote: Very rarely do I enjoy follow up films but this one was worth it. It answered questions from the time frame of the events that took place before, during and after the first film. The film kept the momentum of the first.
(jp) wrote: Being a girl and an admitted fan of war-romances movies (kinda liked Pearl Harbor...yeah I know), this one was litterally terrible. No depth of any kind in the relationships between the clichs characters, too many similar air battle scenes (I mean, the effects were not bad but I got it the first 3 times), the romance polot sounded too simplistic and predictable to be moving....and really, what was this lion doing there?! (same question for Jean Rno, he can do much better). Almost stopped before the end.
(es) wrote: A lovely story told really well. Lots of glimpses of the real Australia.
(gb) wrote: School shootings have become a trend, if you will. This movie stayed with me for a long time after watching it because it made me really sad and scared. Watching a film like this, especially hearing about school shootings in the news, really changes your outlook about high school. One must wonder what must go through the shooters' minds so that they could do something really horrible. But this movie took it to the next level: it merely observes instead of making judgment, which is all the more painful. I wish there was a way I can tell unhappy high school kids that things do get better and that they don't have to be miserable for the rest of their lives--that there is an escape, an alternative; that there's no need to result to violence because, in the end, if they do choose the path of violence, they'll only be ruining their lives and those who care about them. This film is hard to take, not only because it's more of an experimental film, but also its subject matter. If you do decide to watch this movie, traverse carefully. You will remember this for a long time.