A woman recently returned to work is contacted by her former husband who has been in a mental institution. She is torn between her still strong desire for him, and her fear, which comes from events in their past. She cannot control his intrusion into both her current life and her second marriage, and tragedy ensues.
- Stars:Wendy Hughes, Jenny Ellis, Jack Ellis, Robert Grubb, Kris McQuade, Kati Edwards, Elizabeth Chance, Richard Moir, Charlotte Hughes-Hayward, Peter Gwynne, Carol Raye, John Doyle, Sandy Gore, Bob Ellis, David Slingsby,
- Director:Lex Marinos,
- Writer:Anne Brooksbank
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Remember Me torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Something tells me there's more to the film than just a wannabe ballerina setting out to achieve her dreams. I could be very wrong but I believe his to be a personal accomplishment for French director/screenplay writer Eric Summer who comes from Brittany himself, where this story starts at an orphanage in 1879. Enlisting the talent of French animator who was partly responsible for one of my favourite animated movies, Belleville Rendez-vous, ric Warin sits alongside Summer in the director's chair and what they give us is a delightful underdog story. The focus of the story is on Flicie, voiced by Elle Fanning, an ambitious yet rebellious orphan girl who dreams of becoming a dancer, constantly attempting to flee the orphanage to Paris, in pursuit of her ambition. She's not alone in either dream-chasing or escaping the orphanage. Victor, voiced by Dane DeHaan, an obvious admirer of hers also wishes to leave to become a famous inventor, so the two of them embark on an adventure finally reaching Paris and with various strokes of good fortunate, end up where they both want to be. The voices don't necessarily match their characters, DeHaan being far to old (apologies, 30 isn't old, but...) to voice a teenage orphan. Pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen does a fine job of voicing broken ballerina, Odette, but I'm most impressed with Sia's music video dancing star, Maddie Ziegler, voicing the spoilt, stuck-up Camille. It has all the ingredients of a simple yet pleasing underdog story with some impressive and enticing animation. The dances themselves are superbly gracefully and the details are brilliant. There's troublesome emotions, difficult choices and quite a few triumphs with a clear message of never giving up and what ever you do, do it with heart. It's predictable but that's forgivable being a children's film. It's loaded with touching gestures and typical twists that make the film memorable but is equally loaded with unnecessary silliness and feels a little rushed in places, possibly to keep children's attention. It's not a musical but the soundtrack that accompanies the film really stands out with some great tracks from Magical Thinker, Chantal Kreviazuk and Camila Mora. Klaus Badelt does a graceful and enchanting score that does well to stand alone from Tchaikovsky's ballet greats of Swan Lake and the Nutcracker. It's good sign not hearing any disturbances for the young audience and my God-Daughter seemed to enjoy it giving a little dance at the end. It's far from perfect but there's some great scenes and you can see the effort was put in. It's good light-hearted entertainment for the whole family. Running Time: 8The Cast: 6 Performance: 7Direction: 7Story: 8Script: 7Creativity: 8Soundtrack: 9Job Description: 9The Extra Bonus Points: 069% 7/10
(br) wrote: Light and predictable with a lot of food thrown in. Enjoyable escape.
(nl) wrote: Repetitive and pointless plot.
(us) wrote: hundstage keeps slipping into my mind whenever i my eye comes across a serious suntanner
(it) wrote: ZORRO, THE GAY BLADE (1981)
(us) wrote: One of the most underrated action movies.
(nl) wrote: Performance of the actors and actress is just magnificent. The way director keeps distance from characters to audience makes it even more brilliant.
(au) wrote: Completely biased film of the first world war making it look like the Americans were the true heroes.
(us) wrote: While slightly better than "God's not Dead" this movie is still filled with nothing original using a near death experience story to make easy money.