Grandmother Mi Ja works part-time as a caretaker, and struggles to raise a teen grandson by herself. Despite her tough situation, she speaks softly, dresses fashionably, and approaches the world with child-like curiosity. Enrolling in a poetry class, she endeavors to capture life in verse form, but her simple dream of completing a poem is stalled by the early signs of Alzheimer's disease and the heavy financial and emotional burden of her grandson's shocking wrongdoing.
- Category:Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Gianni Nazzaro, Agostina Belli, Franco Scandurra, Mario Maranzana, Gigi Reder, Elio Crovetto, Leonardo Severini, Gaby Verusky, Umberto D'Orsi, Nuccia Belletti, Enzo Andronico, Tiberio Murgia, Ignazio Leone, Franco Cremonini, Nino Vingelli, Jeong-hie Yun, Da-wit Lee, Hira Kim, Nae-sang Ahn, Myeong-shin Park, Yong-taek Kim,
- Director:Chang-dong Lee,
- Writer:Chang-dong Lee
A sixty-something woman, faced with the discovery of a heinous family crime and in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, finds strength and purpose when she enrolls in a poetry class. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Poetry torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: You know, I really didn't know as much about George as I thought. So, this doco by Martin Scorsese sort of filled in some gaps, using existing footage and interviews, but no obtrusive voice-over narration (this director does not insert himself into his work, at least not this time -- no personal journey with George here). As a result, there is some requirement on the viewer's part to know some of the story (um, Beatles should be recognizable to you). I found the first of the two discs, covering up to the late 60s, much more fascinating (as you might expect, even though I do own All Things Must Pass on LP -- scored for US$2.99), but I had more gaps filled by the second disc.
(au) wrote: The only thing this has going for it is that it was filmed in Edmonton. I actually gave up half way through because it was so bad! If they hadn't treated the Americans as bad as the Canadians, I swear I would have given up earlier.
(jp) wrote: Brilliant, thrilling, amazing, everything, director Duncan Jones knows who to make an excellent sci-fi mystery film, and Gyllenhaal is just great as always, if not better.
(us) wrote: Family drama. It was good to see Robin Williams one last time, but that's about all i really liked of this one.
(es) wrote: Come Matthew McConaughey stop doing these type of movies.
(br) wrote: E ainda outro de Hong Kong. Neste foi pior, apesar de tom ligeiro do filme, no resisti e fechei os olhos logo durante o comeo. Isso fez com que no percebesse muito bem algumas coisas que se passaram durante este filme de aco com um pouco mais de humor do que eu gostaria. Antes do filme de amanh, vou tomar vrios caf (C)s.
(au) wrote: love the song 'aisi pyar i nazar se na dekho'
(us) wrote: "Powered by imagination."A father recounts a dark period of his childhood when he and his little brother lived in the suburbs. REVIEWNot much material nearly grounds "Radio Flyer" pretty quick, but in the end the film is somewhat enjoyable and almost becomes one of the biggest surprises of the 1990s. Tom Hanks tells his two young sons about a dark time when he (Elijah Wood in the flashbacks) and younger brother Joseph Mazzello moved to the suburbs in California with mother Lorraine Bracco. Almost immediately she meets trouble-maker Adam Baldwin (his face barely seen throughout the film) and marries him. It is crystal clear that Baldwin is a child abuser, always choosing Mazzello as his target. A plan develops very quickly by the two youngsters to turn Mazzello's new wagon into a flying machine so he can get away from Baldwin's abuse. The film has many holes in it, but it still remains interesting nonetheless. Co-directors Richard Donner and David M. Evans almost turn the movie into a whimsical fantasy and I am not sure that was a good thing. It also seems that a lot of trouble went into Wood and Mazzello's plan when it would have been so much easier to go to their mother or local police officer John Heard and explain the situation. The film-makers wanted to show the movie through a child's point-of-view ala "E.T.---The Extra-Terrestrial", but a truly gifted director like Steven Spielberg is one of the few people that could pull that off successfully. "Radio Flyer" is above average and still pretty good in spite of numerous shortcomings. Ben Johnson adds an endearing cameo and really should have had a little more airtime.
(ru) wrote: Didn't feel like the average Spaghetti Western I'm used to due to more wooded areas as opposed to the desert and almost had too much going on in the first 15 minutes! I needed to re-watch it for the plots to sink in.
(es) wrote: Hiroshima mon amour is another French New Wave movie that is solid, but immensely overrated. It has its merits including the acting and especially the cinematography which is fantastic, but the film is so boring, so pretentious in its direction and approach and featuring characters for whom I did not care about and the conversations that were mostly quite dull.
(nl) wrote: way to give Australia a bad name, really corny
(es) wrote: A bit different but still good.