Henrik is a young father who lives in Stockholm, constantly plagued by nightmares with his deceased mother. One day, he receives the news that his father, father, who lives in a remote village, it is drowned and died. The circumstances of drowning are mysterious. Henrik travels to the village to investigate the cause of his death. To find out more about the drowning and on his father, the door to the unknown and open. Shadows of the past emerge, returning to this world for one reason only: revenge.
- Stars:Jonas Malmsjö, Oliver Åström, Robin Åström, Lena B. Eriksson, Sten Elfström, Louise Edlind, Gunvor Pontén, Julia Dufvenius, Gabriel Krona, Malin Arvidsson, Aksel Morisse, Per Ragnar, Jonas Kruse, Ingrid Luterkort, Görel Crona,
- Director:Fredrik Hiller,
- Writer:Fredrik Hiller
Henrik, a much beloved priest, doesn't believe in hell. Upon receiving the news of his fathers death, he starts a journey that will take him through terrifying secrets, distorted childhood memories, and shake the foundation of his belief. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Psalm 21 torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.
(jp) wrote: Good for it's day, and what it is; an extended music video
(mx) wrote: This is a fun romantic comedy that stars Cary Grant, Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple. The basic plot is a teenager falls for a older man. This older man wants to be left alone but the teenager older sister is a judge and ask him to go along with this crush until she realizes it is not meant to be. But in the end this older man and older sister fall in love. This is a quirky fun comedy. Cary Grant again gives a great performance. He is very funny in this. Plus Myrna Loy has great chemistry with Grant in this. Even a fun performance from young actress Shirley Temple in this. The film has many funny scenes. Well worth a watch.
(ag) wrote: 4 out of 5 stars! I just recently re-watched this after a 5 year break from the series and I have to say that I always thought that this was the weakest story of the 7 and in some ways it still might be, but it is actually one of the most important if not the most important of the stories. It is the one that really starts to lay down the threads that make up the conflict and story arc that shapes the rest of the series, particularly the final few films. This one kind of gets lost in the shuffle of the 7 stories and 8 films, but it is a vey important one to the mythology. JK already knew where he was going with the entire story arc of the series by the time she wrote this. She introduced the first horcrux 3-4 books before we even knew what horcruxes were. Ginny and Harry's relationship is first hinted at, and there are so many other small and large things introduced and character building that happened that makes this an essential story in the series.
(br) wrote: Strange average stuff from Clint Eastwood.
(ag) wrote: Eine eher langatmiger Film gespickt mit einigen interessanten und humorvollen Szenen. Leider kann die Starbesetzung mit Mat Damon und George Clooney den Verlust des Roten Fadens nicht wieder wettmachen, den man nach kurzer Zeit erleiden muss. Der Film baut leider keine Spannung auf und man hat auch nach lngerer Zeit kein Bedrfnis danach den Film zu Ende zu schauen. Alles in Allem keine echte Filmempfehlung.