The Seven Dwarves live deep within a female-free-zone of the Enchanted Forest, but they cannot resist the innocent charms of Snow White when she enters their world. So when the evil queen abducts her, it is up to the dwarves to save her life.
- Category:General, Family
- Stars:Nikolay Gorlov, Irina Murzayeva, Georgiy Svetlani, Emma Tsesarskaya, Zoya Vasilkova, Tatyana Zabrodina, Otto Waalkes, Heinz Hoenig, Mirco Nontschew, Boris Aljinovic, Markus Majowski, Martin Schneider, Ralf Schmitz, Cosma Shiva Hagen, Nina Hagen, Hans Werner Olm, Atze Schröder, Christian Tramitz, Rüdiger Hoffmann, Norbert Heisterkamp, Mavie Hörbiger,
- Director:Sven Unterwaldt Jr.,
- Writer:Bernd Pfarr (story), Pit Knorr (story), Hans Zippert (story), Bernd Eilert (screenplay), Sven Unterwaldt Jr. (screenplay), Otto Waalkes (screenplay)
The Seven Dwarves live deep within a female-free-zone of the Enchanted Forest, but they cannot resist the innocent charms of Snow White when she enters their world. So when the evil queen (Nina Hagen) abducts her, it is up to the dwarves to save her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Seven Dwarfs torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Probably the best documentary on Page so far.
(nl) wrote: Need to watch this on acid
(de) wrote: This is a movie that doesn't have a deeply entangled plot, rapid fire excitement or a story so moving you'll come away from it deeply changed... however that being said it is a movie that depicts reality better than anything I've seen in the past few years. The acting is so good you'll think you are a fly on the wall just watching these North African kids from the Parisian "Projects" playing out their lives in front of you. You will get an insight into people who rarely register on any one's TV, CD or DVD. I loved it for that. From the opening lines you are immersed into their lives and lives that are at best mundane without a lot of hope. The main character Krimo is a likable guy albeit very stoic and introverted. He is well played by Osman Elkharraz but throughout the film he rarely changes moods or shows any deep emotion. The ending was a disappointment in that there was no real ending but that's reality too... life goes on and there is not start and end other than birth and death, everything else is a continual overlapping of transitions from something to the next thing. Still the film is worth seeing. The language was brutal and hard to understand. The emotions were deep. The women were intense and the guys were typical teenage guys yet not Hollywood stereotypical. See this when you are tired of the "North American treadmill" we live on everyday and immerse yourself in the microcosm of another culture far away and you will be taken there by these kids and it will make you think about life a little differently after.
(nl) wrote: Rewatched this weekend, and I am still amazed by it.
(ag) wrote: It was BOOOORRRNNING!!!!
(au) wrote: I just saw this again having not seen it since I was a kid and let me tell you, it is not that bad a movie for its time. There are certain things that I guess you never just question when you are a kid, such as: Why are there roads in the dessert? Flashlights on skates and dogs? Rubber Suits? If bodie can fly, why did he not get away when they came for him? Why did the kids let the bountyhunters tie them up when Jason Patric and Peter DeLuise clearly could have beat the crap out of them? Saying that, it is a nice 80's flick that gives us just one more look at our bleak future, I guess I better learn how to skate better.
(ag) wrote: Love this movie, a classic. Yes, it is not Steven Spielberg, but for its time it was futuristic. I still love the message.
(gb) wrote: Modern Sci-Fi Classic
(kr) wrote: I will never have enough Jackie Chan.
(it) wrote: Way to much heavy handed CGI animation really drags this movie down. It just sort of looked...strange. The live action actors are just so-so. I was never into the Warcraft video game, but I'm sure the fans of the genre will find it entertaining.