The daily hardships of a war-scarred Bosnian village, where all that remains are widows and orphans, are painstakingly documented in this first feature from director Aida Begic. Snow offers insight about the psychological aftereffects of the 1992-95 civil war from a distinctively female point of view without showing any of the brutality or carnage.
- Stars:Zana Marjanovic, Jasna Beri, Sadzida Setic, Vesna Masic, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Irena Mulamuhic, Jelena Kordic, Jasmin Geljo, Dejan Spasic, Alma Terzic, Muhamed Hadzovic, Benjamin Djip, Nejla Keskic, Mirna Zdralovic, Emina Mahmutagic,
- Country:Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, France, Iran
- Director:Aida Begic,
- Writer:Aida Begic (idea), Aida Begic, Faruk Sabanovic (idea), Elma Tataragic, Noémie de Lapparent (collaboration in script)
The daily hardships of a war-scarred Bosnian village, where all that remains are widows and orphans, are painstakingly documented in this first feature from director Aida Begic. Snow offers insight about the psychological aftereffects of the 1992-95 civil war from a distinctively female point of view without showing any of the brutality or carnage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Snow torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Sometimes rudimentary but a good character piece a few terrifying scenes.
(de) wrote: The Family Tree is a good example of why I don't believe in allowing critics to decide which movies I decide which movies I will watch. If I judged on the basis of the reviews I read here, I wouldn't have viewed this one, and on a dark comedy level, I found it very amusing--far more so than the acclaimed Tree of Life, which took the same subject seriously. While the latter film had beautiful cinematography and some lovely lyric moments, it was also confusing and often boringly slow paced, whereas the former movie was entertaining throughout. And after all, aren't films supposed to be a form of entertainment?
(us) wrote: OMG...what a cast. The film is kind of 90's interesting but what grabs you is the cream of USA film and TV all appearing in one film, some almost cameo appearences. Didn't see this fim back in the day, and it didn't really contribute to the analysis of the human condition so i didn't really miss it but now it definately has kitch value.
(jp) wrote: Third film in the series starts showing signs of a series that is quickly going downhill. Two films in my opinion were good, but three? This just goes to show how a once good series is lacking in original ideas. This film is bad and it is an uninspired entry that has no good jokes and when it tries to be funny, it fails and it tries too hard at being humorous, but fails due to the fact that the humor by this point is predictable and recycled. The performances, which in the first two films were fun, are now dull and boring. I thought that this was a poor attempt at delivering a comedy that we've seen many times before. Revenge of the Nerds should only have been a two film series, but the filmmakers made this boring sequel that just fails in terms of delivering effective comedy that should have been funny. This is a film not worth seeing and if you've seen the first two, then you're not missing much watching this. Acting wise, the performances are flat and unfunny and the cast seem bored and work with the same ideas that is disguised into something "new" this comedy just doesn't bring effective laughs and the characters which were enjoyable in the first two films are just dull here. I hated this third film and it really is a bad effort and a poorly constructed comedy that just doesn't have effective gags on-screen. There should have been more effort put into this one, and it might have worked if the script would have been rewritten a few times before they would have begun filming this train wreck.
(ca) wrote: The people are right. Monster in The Closet is a clean horror film. With scares and laughs. They need to bring the magic of these movies back to cinemas.
(es) wrote: Now that's a pirate movie!!! The opening sequence at the gallows alone merits my vote.
(gb) wrote: The definitive concert film.
(jp) wrote: gregarious musical seizes the unfettered talent of its two leads, while luxuriating in an oneiric portrayal of the 1950s. it's a trilling, unique masterpiece where it can hardly be confuted as a tumescent solecism, however crass some of its implications. there's real sense of convincing, unsentimental hedonism in this coming-of-age actualisation.
(us) wrote: Cool. Hadde jeg vist at "Creature From The Black Lagoon" hadde oppfoelgere saa hadde jeg saa klart sett de for lenge siden. Veldig morro...
(nl) wrote: Loved this movie when I saw it as a kid!
(nl) wrote: Fun Family movie, saw this movie at an outdoor showing which totally added to the ambiance. If you have kids who are into horses they will love it.
(au) wrote: I've seen the other films with Doris Day, Rock Hudson, and Tony Randall. They were all cute but the story to this one just does't interest me. However, I will give it a shot because that's what I do with older movies.