Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania is a 1971–72 documentary film by Jonas Mekas. It revolves around Mekas' trip back to Semeniškiai, the village of his birth.

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania is a 1971–72 documentary film by Jonas Mekas. It revolves around Mekas' trip back to Semeniškiai, the village of his birth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul W (kr) wrote: A film it would be easy to hate, but I found it an intriguing minimalist piece. Characters are skilfully isolated from each other and the audience with understated acting, static wide shots and stunted character arcs. Yet still they attract empathy as you fill in the void between their islands with your own backstory. It's a film of spaces, blanks, gaps, pauses and unspoken accusations - uncompromising to the end, so don't expect things to resolve themselves nicely here.

Iris L (es) wrote: I did not only love Nicholas Tse in this film... I loved the seemingly independent stories, and how they came together.

Katia S (fr) wrote: Fantastic movie! A colorful, fun, and yet very thought-provoking musical! The soundtrack is great. The movie plot, though in some ways typical of the musical genre, in other ways brings this whole new "Russian" twist that is fresh and invigorating. Highly enjoyable for all! Though someone familiar with a bit of Russian history of the post-Stalin era will get more substance out of the film. A must see! I'm actually disappointed that Russians did not submit THIS film to be considered for the Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film of 2009.

Ahmad A (jp) wrote: Keeping my eye on this one if it ever shows up where I reside.

SV G (it) wrote: Plays out mire like a Lifetime movie, however the performances here were very fine and the ending was quite exciting. Troy Garity and Sissy Spacek star as a mother and son trying to rebuild their relationship after many years apart after the death of his younger brother; and his subsequent years of alcoholisim. He arrives back at his childhood home with his son after his girlfriend gets involved in a drug deal gone bad. Both touching and exciting.

Robert C (it) wrote: Great cast, average story.

Adam R (mx) wrote: (First viewing - In my early twenties)

Anna N (kr) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.

Peter P (nl) wrote: Ok basketball movie, but it basically comes off as a big commercial for Shaq and Penny.

Josh S (fr) wrote: Funny stuff. Belushi is the man. Great comedy.

Christopher B (jp) wrote: Good action flick about a decent, moral guy caught in a bad situation. Romance is downplayed (realistic considering...), and Bronson is at his best as a believable action hero.

Jan Peter P (jp) wrote: Sounds like something I'd love to watch. Does anyone know if it has been released on DVD ?

Orlok W (kr) wrote: Lee Marvin, Gene Hackman, and no plot--Nothing but cellulite!!

t w (ag) wrote: Awful, pointless and unbearable

Richard S (fr) wrote: Some beautiful dancing is overshadowed by cheap sets and badly done accents.

Tagan O (us) wrote: I'm not a huge fan of Van Damme but damn, that's fresh and I loved this movie ! A couple of beer, pizza and a bunch of friends and you're sure to have a good time. Okay, he's not a great actor, the senario is simple but this movie fulfil completely its intended purpose !

Emmanuel S (es) wrote: Its true love for martial arts films is evident, but 'The Man With The Iron Fists' still ends feeling like a faded Xerox copy of the movies it mimics, but with more hip hop music.

David K (br) wrote: This movie is cookoo from start to finish!

Heather J (kr) wrote: Giovanni Ribisi......classic Johnny Depp in Fear & Loathing style.