Rend mig i traditionerne

Rend mig i traditionerne


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:Danish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Based on Leif Panduro's 1958 satire classic. David, a senior high-school student, aims a swift kick at his principal's behind and is committed to a psychiatric ward from the perspective of which he takes a close look at his allegedly sane family. They, of course, are the real loonies. The psychiatrists are worse. Only lovely class-mate Lis is down-to-earth and trustworthy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ari S (ag) wrote: Undeniably Kristens best performance. I haven't taken her seriously until I saw this. The film has so much to say so much mystery and so much to cover without getting into details. It's an over view and you can take it or leave it. Its interesting, haunting yet beauty finds solace. Great directing and powerful overall idea however it's Stewart who you simply can't take your eyes off.

Christian C (it) wrote: A fascinating look at the family of a Nazi officer after suffering defeat in 1945, and difficulty they and their countrymen have in grappling with a shattered world view. Beautifully filmed with a haunting performance by Rosendahl as she is forced from her cocoon of Nazi idealism and privilege into a world of privation, death and chaos. Excellently directed, "Lore" is a stunning and thought-provoking experience in a way different from any other World War II films I have seen. Highly recommended.

Carlos I (au) wrote: Wow! What an awesome horror movie. The tension and atmosphere is executed perfectly. Ti West really is a great genre director. It's really unfortunate he's had some tough breaks...

toby v (es) wrote: a rely briliant lath its woth watching

Bloodmarsh K (es) wrote: The biggest flaw with 'Fighting Tommy Riley,' is that it's lead actor (Davis) just simply couldn't match his supporting actors (Jones) performance. Bad actors in fight films certainly isn't a new thing, but when you throw in serious subject matter, as well, you really should have an actor who is capable of at the very least , being able to hold his own. J.P. Davis is simply awful, and if he had landed the part in a 'Lionheart' remake, maybe we wouldn't have noticed.

Roselyn L (ca) wrote: makes me cry!!!! a teacher...chalks are valuable thing!!!...

Bronson W (au) wrote: "Pleasantville" is hilarious and heartwarming from start to finish. It's one of Tobey Maguire's best movies before doing the "Spider-Man" franchise.

Alexander B (ag) wrote: Snyder's career (as of 2016) peeks in what is his best movie to date.He expertly manages to capture a story in the notoriously bad for story horror genre. The opening scenes of this film are some of the best in any film and puts the viewer right into the action without pulling or pushing them into it. Snyder excels at creating a believable zombie outbreak film way ahead of the current "serious" adaptation shows and movies that follow. In many ways, it is heartbreaking to watch this film today. It is the exact thing you want from a Snyder film, fast paced action that organically builds into and from a well constructed plot with smooth character development that lends the viewer ease when suspending their disbelief. Sadly, he never delivers it again.


John C (ca) wrote: Incredibly corny and cheap lines aside, Godzilla has much to offer for a turn of the century, popcorn entertainment sci-fi flick.

Dave R (fr) wrote: Interesting idea but the execution could've been a lot better