Seventh Moon

Seventh Moon

Melissa and Yul, Americans honeymooning in China, come across the exotic 'Hungry Ghost' festival. When night falls, the couple end up in a remote village, and soon realize the legend is all too real. Plunged into an ancient custom they cannot comprehend, the couple must find a way to survive the night of the Seventh Moon.

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Ben H (ru) wrote: A one of a kind gem! Don't miss it!

Lauren S (fr) wrote: While this film is a bit long, it's still an extremely emotional tale between a boy and his horse.

Delphinus C (es) wrote: Not a particularly funny movie, more of an exploration of these different couples and their own strengths and weaknesses.Starts out pretty uninteresting, but gradually builds up to something a little more substantial.Likewise, the characters are a little too obvious in the 'flaws' that they eventually must confront, but at least it works when they do, and redeems them in the end (in some cases).Terrible shot planning/editing. To be fair there are a lot of characters to balance, but still.

Nick U (fr) wrote: 1/17/17An interesting story with much more dramatic potential than the filmmakers allowed. The ending was too hokey and disappointing as well as predictable.

Sarah M (us) wrote: It's been a long time since I read the book, but I felt like a) they left out a lot of stuff from the book in the movie, but b) the movie was still too long.It was okay, and I was impressed by Sylvie Testud's Japanese, although it could have been terrible for all I knew.

Jake A (br) wrote: Though it is really weird and strange Turner holds it all together with a great central performance, it also some laughs, a good supporting cast, a good score/soundtrack and some gory thrills.

Peter H (ca) wrote: You'll never guess what happens in Sink the Bismarck!

Greg W (es) wrote: master director ingmar bergman's final film is a character study that almost doesn't disappoint except there is no resolution to why she needs 2 see her ex again after 30 years

Paul D (nl) wrote: It's not a bad premise for something slightly different in the zombie genre, however it's not done that well.

Nicola W (kr) wrote: Missed the first 20 mins of this but i could still follow it. Enjoyable story of an OAPS choir that has a sad and happy ending

Greg W (fr) wrote: just ok B movie or since its 1970, drive-in movie fare.