Polytehnitis kai erimospitis

Polytehnitis kai erimospitis

Thanasis Vengos plays a poor young man that comes to Athens looking for a job. We watch as he tries many different jobs; druggist, photographer, even wrestling referee. The result is always hilarious and explosive!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:Greek
  • Reference:Imdb
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Thanasis Vengos plays a poor young man that comes to Athens looking for a job. We watch as he tries many different jobs; druggist, photographer, even wrestling referee. The result is always hilarious and explosive! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shajie K (fr) wrote: Cute movie. Nice romantic watch. Pretty straight forward a simple love story. Some funny lines. Would have liked to know what happened with Angad in the ending.

Ray P (fr) wrote: Even though the ending is somewhat anit-clamatic, this debut film by Tanya Washington set in Philadelphia of 1976 amidst a minority neighborhood at war with the police and each other is extremely well made. The acting prowess of Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington drive this film. Mackie's character returns after a stint in prison for selling arms as part of the rising Black Panther movement. Unfortunately, some people there still hold him responsible for the death of Washington's husband --- himself a Black Panther leader --- and prove that old secrets eventually catch up with you.

Johnny B (ca) wrote: An awesome action movie with one of the best opening scenes ever.

KIKE (de) wrote: Que pena que Neve termino filmando este tipo de basuras pretenciosas y de pesimo nivel.Lo nico rescatable son sus desnudos totalmente injustificados.

marwa m (ag) wrote: in this one kiefer was so cooll so sexy he was great

Scott C (kr) wrote: Can't remember this at all.

Marco F (jp) wrote: Truly great performances by Marisa Tomei and Gena Rowlands (the director's mother), yet I didn't agree with the way this film was directed and how the script was written. But at least it went in a positive direction, and I liked that. But there was one large problem- David Thornton's character (Tomei's husband in the picture) was badly written- where did all the sympathy towards the child come from? There wasn't a hint of that at the beginning where it should have been. Nick will never live up to John. But still, it's a very good and satisfying film. And how did Tomei not get nominated for an Academy Award for her brilliant work in this film? But she did get nominated for an SAG award.

Klaus K (de) wrote: a touching detailed exploration of a human tragedy.

Pera K (gb) wrote: Timeless movie and Seberg's best role! Great cast and soundtrack.

Rodolfo R (fr) wrote: [i]He Walked by Night[/i] is usually mentioned as principally of interest as the precursor to the radio - and later television - series [i]Dragnet[/i]. It's got the stentorian voice-over about the city of the queen of the angels (I believe he was talking about Oakland) and the changing of the names of the innocent. It's even got Jack Webb, though in a small role as a slightly goofy police lab guy. (I'm sure there's a more accurate name for "police lab guy" but it escapes me at the moment.) Richard Basehart plays a guy who kills a cop when the cop catches him about to break into an electronics store. The telling of the story walks the line between [i]noir[/i] and police documentary with two alternating points of view. Scenes of the police investigation are alternated with concurrent scenes of Basehart's actions following the initial murder. We also know who the killer is from the beginning, eliminating the type of suspense usually expected of a mystery. What we don't know is whether he's going to be caught. What really made the movie for me was its look. [i]He Walked by Night[/i] was directed by Alfred Werker, but with uncredited work from Anthony Mann. The cinematography is by frequent Mann collaborator John Alton. The lighting in this picture is really amazing. The use of shadows as an exprssion of a character's psychology is one of the major hallmarks of [i]noir[/i], and particularly of the influence of German Expressionism on the [i]noir[/i] cycle. (See "Currently Reading" in the sticky entry.) But the light was particularly harsh and bright, emphasizing the alternate realities of good and evil and perfectly symbolizing the alternating POVs. Neat.

Richard W (fr) wrote: Wow I will never get those 90 minutes back. Bad writing, acting, editing, effects and plot. Gratuitous arguments and f-bombs.Don't waste your time/money on this turkey!