Remember My Name

Remember My Name

Just released from prison, a young woman arrives in town to "start a new life", but soon begins stalking a married construction worker for no apparent reason, turning his life inside out and eventually terrorizing him and his wife.

Just released from prison, a young woman arrives in town to "start a new life", but soon begins stalking a married construction worker for no apparent reason, turning his life inside out and eventually terrorizing him and his wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Simon P (ru) wrote: Budget Italian-American Terminator rip-off/cash-in, although it's ultimately a vintage '80s action flick that astoundingly blends Cyborg with Over The Top and pumps out an excellent soundtrack too!

Lawrence u (us) wrote: See this movie it good to see,

JamesMasaki R (kr) wrote: It's impossible to escape from a yakuza lifestyle once you are at the top of the ranks, even if you want to change. Takeshi's "Sonatine" is an uncompromising mix of violence, silence, contemplation, and of all things, the anti-yakuza romantization of the genre. Obviously a parallel to his own life, how his comedic personality was at the top of everyone's minds, that making serious films with serious roles were immediately dismissed by everyone, unaccepting of anything other than crazy-hilarious Takeshi. It's interesting to see this film knowing it was his last film before the subconsciously intentional motorcycle accident that almost killed him...

John H (ru) wrote: A good old fashioned horror the beast is very weird but for a 57 year old film, it is worth a watch

Ray P (kr) wrote: I am an Audie Murphy fan from way back. He was the most decorated US soldier in WW2.Let peace and justice reign.

Reece L (kr) wrote: Like the rest of Bergman's work, Sawdust and Tinsel's script is expertly organized and features an ending that perfectly encapsulates the film as a whole, but it just isn't as compelling as his later work. This time around, Bergman looks once again at the problems associated with perception, though this time almost exclusively through the lens of gender. Every single one of the characters is performing masculinity/femininity to a certain degree for their own benefit, though this ultimately ends up leaving them stagnant in the long run. One man threatens to rape a woman, a woman pretends to be helpless when it benefits her, two men fight over the affections of a woman; the decision to make them all performers was an intelligent one as it adds an element of humiliation and shame that contributes to the central theme, although it feels slightly on the nose given the more nuanced ways in which Bergman communicates similar ideas in his later work. The only one who breaks away from traditional gender norms is the only one to truly find fulfillment (an ex-wife who fosters independence and self-worth while away from her ex-husband), while the rest continue their aimless wandering as a part of the circus. This is an intelligent, progressive message, but the film that puts it forth doesn't work on the level to be expected of one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.

Darren A (kr) wrote: Brilliant film, great music, Crawford looking magnificent...

Richard D (nl) wrote: Go watch this movie right now. Tons of fun. It has everything, laughs, action, and tear jerking moments.Holds up incredibly well. No joke is overdone, a lot of variety.I can see that films like Indianan Jones and The Man who would be King be inspired by this film.I can't praise it enough. Check it out. NOW!