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Based on the true story of Benjamin Prufer and Sreykeo Solvan. The unexpected and uncertain love story of Sreykeo, a 21 year old bar girl in Phnom Penh and Ben, a young German student traveling to Cambodia on a post graduation summer trip. When Ben returns home to Germany he discovers that Sreyko is sick and he takes on the responsibility to save her. On the way he discovers a world where not everyone is dealt the same cards and where motivations are not always pure.
- Stars:Apinya Sakuljaroensuk, David Kross, Jens Harzer, Stefan Konarske, Houn Pilot, To Savan, Srey Thoy, Marie Jung, Lucile Charlemagne, Michael Ostrowski, Pisey Hak, Chanthoun Kien, Siyan Hout, Rotanak Oudom, Kwanlar Nyirady,
- Director:Detlev Buck,
- Writer:Ruth Toma (screenplay), Michael Ostrowski (screenplay), Detlev Buck (screenplay), Benjamin Prüfer (book)
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(us) wrote: . This time we have more insight to Blair as presented through his relationship will US President Bill Clinton. Dennis Quaid is believable as Clinton, but Hope Davis shines as Hillary.
(nl) wrote: It would have been more shocking if one had viewed it upon its original release.
(ag) wrote: This 1860's set drama that takes place in the lower echelons of Paris society begins questionably weak but builds into a solid, taut drama by film's end. Based on the "scandalous" mile Zola novel, Thrse Raquin, In Secret is the story of the ill-fortuned Therese (Elizabeth Olson - Martha Marcy May Marlene), who is sent to live with her aunt (Jessica Lange - "Big Fish") and sickly cousin as a child. With no prospects, she does as society both permitted and allowed at the time marrying her cousin (Tom Felton - Harry Potter) whom she has long-played nursemaid to. Her marriage is loveless and life passionless until she meets the son of a former family friend (Oscar Isaac - Inside Llweyn Davis) of the Requin's and they embark on a torrid and clandestine romance. When they fear their affair may have to come to an end, they take drastic action with both horrifying and tragic consequences. Much like Therese' life, the early scenes in the film are rather dull but as she begins to feel a passion for life the film, too, comes alive ... most likely through the strength of both Olson and Isaac. Tense and tragic, In Secret becomes a rather decent period drama.
(us) wrote: Campy horror deliciousness! Loved the animated transitions in between each chapter-and the second story, "The Raft," is just superb.
(es) wrote: A horrible, no-budget ripoff of Tod Browning's carny-classic "Freaks." The ending is essentially revealed at the start, which is possibly a good move -- there's a modest degree of suspense about how the curvy star will mutate into a monster. The gal kinda looks like a cross between Elke Sommer and Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon.The dire shortage of plot is covered by exasperating/hilarious overuse of montage sequences. Loads of aimless carnival scenery, inevitably backed by a swinging vibraphone-jazz combo who seemingly worked harder than anyone else involved.If you tune in late and just catch the final 15 minutes, you'll extract all the entertainment "She Freak" has to offer.
(br) wrote: One of the all time great Western's not just of the 1950's but of all time. Its a simple tale, that has been retold, retooled and used countless times across multiple genres. But that doesn't dilute this films power and standing.
(au) wrote: Even if it ultimately doesn't soar as high as its premise deserves, it's still a classic omnibus film. And I can't understand not liking the finale.
(ca) wrote: Red is fun packed entertainment - enjoyed a movie this refreshing after such a long time
(br) wrote: One hell of a survival story - dint much like the lead in this movie - but he had one incredible survival drive = resoect
(br) wrote: Robert Altman directs this War comedy that lead to the popular long running sitcom, "M*A*S*H". His free form style is great, and fans of the series might be surprised with how different everything is. The characters aren't much like their popular TV counterparts, and neither is the style of comedy really. The common thread is the setting, character names, and the War subverting comedy that is undercut by bits of genuine sadness caused by the Korean War. I think this film has gotten better for me with subsequent viewings. I love the performances and I think that the way Altman directs several conversations at once and his freewheeling style of moving from one moment to the other is really enjoyable. A film I've increasingly found more enjoyment out of with each viewing.