Soviet agent Fedotov is air-dropped into Nazi occupied land. He changes over into Mr. Ekhert, a German entrepreneur wishing to take advantage of eastern worker slave labor in occupied Ukraine. Ekhert (Fedotov) enters into a partnership with a German entrepreneur who's son, Willie, is a high ranking Nazi. Together they go to Vinnitsa, Ukraine and start a factory. Fedotov begins seeking contacts with headquarters, but faces problems when a Ukrainian Nazi collaborator manages to infiltrate the Soviet partisans.
- Stars:Pavel Kadochnikov, Amvrosi Buchma, Viktor Dobrovolsky, Dmitri Milyutenko, Sergei Martinson, Mikhail Romanov, Pyotr Arzhanov, Boris Barnet, Yelena Izmailova, Vera Ulesova, Sergey Petrov, Viktor Khalatov, V. Draga, Aleksandr Bykov,
- Country:Soviet Union
- Director:Boris Barnet,
Soviet agent Fedotov must cross over into Nazi occupied Ukraine and steal the correspondences of a high ranking Nazi general with Hitler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Secret Agent torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: The film does sport heart, but that heart does not detract attention from the poor screen play, which more so than often sends the film through a revolving door of hokey sentiment and routine shenanigans. Ambitious effort, but overall, no better than the original. It just tries too hard, particularly to be emotional and funny at the same time.You're better off renting The Lion King.
(de) wrote: first time seeing Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi as doof-balls very entertaining
(br) wrote: I love you Asano! Or The Yellow!
(it) wrote: I actually enjoyed watching "Kundun" more than Scorsese's other epic look at a religious leader, "The Last Temptation of Christ". Nothing against that film, but there is something interesting about the Dalai Lama to me...specifically the 14th Dalai Lama (who is still the current Lama), being that he has lived in exile for so long. I may be an atheist, but I do dig elements of Buddhism, specifically the whole living in complete peace thing. I'm pretty much a pascifist myself. Scorsese lends the beautiful imagery, while Melissa Mathison provides the story (as well as the passion for telling the story), and the music only helps tie it all together. It may not be a masterpiece or the best film in Scorsese's canon, but it was an enjoyable bio-pic about an interesting figure in history up through today.
(de) wrote: I liked it. No one is as loco as Manson, talking here, there and everywhere at once.Nikolas Schreck takes himself a bit to serious though .(Frickin' neo-nazi retard.)"You know, a long time ago being crazy meant something. Now everybody's crazy."//Charles Manson
(gb) wrote: A powerful film - one that plays a lot in the grey areas between good and evil. Touches of psychological horror. Excellent score and script, great acting, good cinematography.
(au) wrote: Actors throw in their heart and souls to get this movie up to a high standard. Well scripted with laughs flowing freely and not always in the right places. Dads can learn that this is not quite the way to smother your beloved, as they want you to teach them what to expect in a real relationship, thus, that is the standard for the future boyfriends and hubby. Nibbles: Banana Split.
(kr) wrote: Never been interested or scared by the this particular subgenre of horror but damn!!! Has to be one of the best horror films to come out in a while.
(us) wrote: a nice romantic comedy with a great cast, some good moments and funny jokes. it's not the greatest film ever but it's watchable.
(us) wrote: Though I have only seen 3 of his films, Gus Van Sant seems to be a mastermind at bringing characters to life in his films. The 3 I have seen are this, Good Will Hunting, and Elephant, and I honestly can't say which of the three is my favorite; they are all so good. With Milk, Gus Van Sant motivates and inspires the audience with a message of hope, and though the events of the film are from the late 70s, the issues are more relevant now that we are in the middle of fighting for gay marriage rights and the U.S. is less populated with homophobes. Here is a film which was better than the best picture winner of its year: Slumdog Millionaire.First of all, do not be afraid to see sexual scenes between men in this movie; the only scene which is almost explicit is very darkly lit and hard to see. While the film has moments depicting homosexuality, it does this to show the characters in this film who are fighting for their rights are caring, loving people who deserve to be treated as human beings. It is rather sad to watch scenes in which it is explained or almost shown that homosexuals are getting beaten to death by police.Penn is miraculous in this film, and honestly even though James Franco is not a marvelous actor overall, he also does a pretty good job with his performance in this film. Penn steals the show though, rightfully winning an Oscar by immersing himself in this character that not only has a different sexual orientation as the actor, but also experienced his 40s in a very different time period. He is a character so loving that even when his friends question his romantic interest with a character named Jack, he defends himself by saying Jack needs him and he is willing to care for Jack even though he is not "all right" mentally. It is devastating to see Jack go in this film, though it feels more suitable that Milk is with Scott, the James Franco character. The only thing I didn't care for in the way that Milk was depicted is that at times he seemed interested in other men while in a relationship with another person, and little reason was given to this portrayal beside the fact that the man was gay, which is not how it works at all.One thing which was a little unclear to me while watching this film was Dan White's feud with Milk; it was clear they made a deal to swap votes for each other, but it was hard to pick up on what White wanted Milk to vote for - this is probably my fault as I should have paid more careful attention. When I read that it was about having a psychiatric hospital in White's district I thought the issue could have been more dramatic, but this is a film based on real events, and when a film is going for an important historical feel, it seems right to keep the story accurate.Seeing this film makes me want to fight for gay rights and I am extremely proud to say that. Milk states in the film though that it is not just about homosexuals, but about other ethnicities as well - nobody should be discriminated against when it comes to civil rights. The last line of the film is one which is repeated throughout the movie, and while it is a simple line, Penn seems to give it great meaning with the way he says it into the tape recorder which is essentially the vehicle of narration for the film.
(de) wrote: First off, based on a true story is a bit of an exaggeration. It was inspired by a true story, but this does not really represent the true crime it's based on. The true crime involved the girls being far more selfish and definitely not in the dire position they were in in this film. In the real situation, their mother WAS working two jobs and the girls just wanted better clothes and a swimming pool. The movie changed the story to make the girls far more sympathetic and desperate, seeking to protect themselves and their little brother from an abusive, neglectful situation.The movie ends and starts with cheesy failure in the kite flying fantasy. The "what if" fantasy mom gag was ridiculous and completely unnecessary. This film had a surplus of potential that, due to the plot and script choices and not the actors, was completely squandered. Honestly, this story would have been far more successful as a miniseries or something, where they could really explore the psyches of these girls. It should have been character driven, not plot driven.It's also marketed as a horror and it's not a horror, whatsoever. It's a drama.
(es) wrote: What the actual fuck was this. Why did anyone agree to be in this movie. How did this get written.