A widowed aeronautics engineer, who has lost his job, travels with his son hopping freight trains from Moscow to Koktebel, a town by the Black Sea, to start a new life with the father's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Roads to Koktebel
A widowed aeronautics engineer, who has lost his job, travels with his son hopping freight trains from Moscow to Koktebel, a town by the Black Sea, to start a new life with the father's sister.
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Json J (ag) wrote: Is it that easyTo just forgive and forget?Love is not a joke.
Alister N (nl) wrote: A truly modern subject that discusses piracy, plagiarism, interpretation and the value of ideas. It's as thoughtful and provocative as it is stylish and thorough. It dares to be left-wing and rebellious while slickly entertertaining.
Dutch V (ru) wrote: I personally know next to nothing when dealing with wine making or tasting. This movie may possibly be of interest if that is what you are into. However, what made this movie great is who they were following. James Maynard Keenan, front man of Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer. Now anyone who knows either of the three knows who Maynard is. For those of you who don't, I highly recommend these bands especially Tool. Tool as a band exemplifies why music is art, and how it can be used for both patrons and artist a like. Now Maynard is a very interesting person, who keeps very much to himself and partially what fascinates me is how he allowed himself to open up about certain things. Maynard is incredibly intelligent, and as far as I can tell has a very firm understanding of how things should be placed in the world today. This documentary is a must watch for any Tool, A Perfect Circle, or Puscifer fan.
Courtney K (br) wrote: this was really bad; sometimes i like bad movies... but not this time.
Sam L (ca) wrote: hmm, it's nice.pretty cool
Jessica H (kr) wrote: more then a little rough around the edges, but there is something in there, it's just not enough to make me smile.
Jesper J (gb) wrote: Pretty decent action
Scott S (it) wrote: Pretty interesting...Ed Harris is Nuts!
Lee M (gb) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, Loach's keen eye for unpolished reality and Mullan's passionate, well-modulated turn keep the film well worth watching.
Ted W (ru) wrote: So, they call me concentration camp Erhardt? One of the funniest movies about the third reich with stellar performances all around.
Vadim D (br) wrote: This one is easily skippable.