The school teacher Amy has been proposed by her boyfriend Nick early in the morning and she promises her answer later in the afternoon. After her class, while coming back home, Nick has a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The school teacher Amy has been proposed by her boyfriend Nick early in the morning and she promises her answer later in the afternoon...
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Elena M (au) wrote: It's all about screaming, like every movie by Muccino...
Ruth G (ru) wrote: For the duration of this film, I was no longer 5'10" but 5cm and, yet, I glimpsed the world through eyes that have never been larger. This documentary is amazing. The cinematography is stunning and the ancient dramas that unfold are captivating. This is one of my favorite films. You'll never see the world the same way again.
Keoni R (au) wrote: meh iv seen much better ...e:g the first one
Eric F (mx) wrote: In Francois Truffaut's "The 400 Blows", perhaps the most famous of his films, he tells the story of a child cursed with extraordinary misfortunes due to a poor home life and unintuitive teachers. "Small Change" also deals with kids in the same age group, however it's a film much more universally relatable. While "The 400 Blows" centers in on a certain kind of individual (one which, tragically, is probably not too rare), "Small Change" is sort of an homage to adolescence as a whole. Dealing with almost a dozen characters (most of which are children, but teachers and parents also come into the mix), Truffaut beautifully weaves together vignettes of the aches of puberty. The film doesn't formally introduce us to anyone. Gradually, as the film goes along, you begin learn who is who and what their lives entail. There is a tragic child, not unlike Antoine from "The 400 Blows", in Julien (Philippe Goldmann), a young boy from a broken home. His classmates don't quite know what to make of him, and their response to the reveal that Julien has been abused is so incredibly authentic in their obliviousness but worriment all at once. Some of the episodes can almost play as sketch comedy. There's a scene in a movie theater where two young couples are double dating. One of the couples kisses passionately, but the other boy is too shy to make the move on "his" girl. The more outgoing of the two notices this, so he switches seats, thinking as though his friend preferred the other girl. Finally, when the shy boy fails to make a move on either one, the outgoing one sits between the two girls and alternates between kissing each one.Depicting childhood curiosity and the innumerable amount of dangers that await an infant, Truffaut shows a toddler crawl out of the window of a ten story building after a cat. The scene is milked for all it's worth - as an audience member, you cannot help but gasp and cover your eyes. I won't spoil how the scene ends, but it's unexpected and completely unforgettable."Small Change" is not about the individuals, but it's rather a thorough remembrance of childhood. Truffaut's only dealing with archetypes, but he has a tremendously observant eye that finds success in focusing on the subtleties of an adolescent's behavior. Truffaut was known for his success in working with children, and I don't think that it's illustrated anymore beautifully in his body of work than in "Small Change".
Douglas E (es) wrote: One of two movies that are often called "The Poor Man's Fantasia" and for good reason. Instead of combining timeless classic music with state of the art animation, Make Mine Music combines cheesily dated "pop" music from the forties with professional but forgettable animation. Seriously unless you were alive in the forties most of this music will drive you nuts. THAT SAID, there is one segment that recaptures the magic of Fantasia and makes the whole film justifiable and that is the wonderful Peter and the Wolf segmet. The wolf is the one piece of great and terrifying animation in the whole film.
Johnny R (us) wrote: non-stop action... that's all ( i ain't complaining)
Casey P (fr) wrote: extremly watchable and interesting. got a bad wrap for sure
Simone B (au) wrote: Best thing before 10 clover field lane.
Stephanie H (kr) wrote: Has a really good message to all.
Matt L (ca) wrote: Good for one view, and that's about it. There's plenty here to satisfy and keep you guessing what all the motives are. The acting is good and the climax wraps it up in an unexpected but well done way.