Marek, the main character of "Palimpsest," is a police inspector, a man on the verge of psychological disintegration trying to solve an intricate case. The story is told on two planes. The first one is a crime story, which constitutes the framework of the film. In the course of events, another theme appears - psychological experiences of the main character. Vivid blend of picture with sound and music will draw the audience into the deepest recesses of Marek's mind, making the viewers face questions: What is reality and what is only an illusion? Where is the borderline between the real world and our perception of it? What makes suffering meaningful and what is really important in one's life"?
Marek, the main character of "Palimpsest," is a police inspector, a man on the verge of psychological disintegration trying to solve an intricate case. The story is told on two planes. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
JR R (nl) wrote: my daughter loved this movie it a tangled and little mermaids in one
Tim M (mx) wrote: It was okay. It seemed a bit too simple.
Little Miss Alexandra (au) wrote: I loved Shredder. It was cheep and cheesey but whats funnier than a crappy horror movie? Expecially if its about snowboarding.
Harry G (de) wrote: It's not reasonable, or restrained, or anything decent, but for a generation to write off this and then fall in love with 'Kick Ass' a decade later is rather laughable. Trivial? Yes. Ridiculous? Certainly. Easily compartmentalising and then lampooning all that makes the sadly persistent superhero genre terrible? You betchya!
Jim S (ru) wrote: So far, I can't think of anything actually wrong with this, and so much to enjoy and marvel at. A slice of life, thankfully not my life, with gut-wrenching cinematic tension... if it were just realistic acting, it would be great, but not necessarily great drama, but thinking back to some of the key moments... you can see things spiral towards whats seems an inevitable moment. Oh, the goosepimples, the tension! Almost having to shout out. Those little emotional peaks, riding above a mature and brilliant piece of film-making: that's great cinema. Maybe 5* is a little generous, but Peter Mullan wins the day. What a performance, what a voice!
Angela A (it) wrote: You begin to note the similarities between Shashi Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah's style of acting.
Jacky L (fr) wrote: sex was just shooting out of penelope cruz's every pore in this spanish comedy. liked this highly entertaining film from the first five minutes on; javier bardem as an underwear model! a very, very young (and breathtaking) penelope cruz plus a very macho javier bardem - more than enough reason to watch this. warning : no prudes! spanish cinema, here i come. first pedro almodovar, now bigas luna!
Jacob D (it) wrote: Mabey Mel's funniest movie but not his best but a close second.
Thomas C (ag) wrote: Never has a director been able to bring existential aspects so strongly in a horror-sci-fi movie. In fact it is a philosophical movie disguised as horror-sci-fi.