Speaking in Code

Speaking in Code

Shot in 11 cities and 5 countries, Speaking in Code provides a glimpse into the world of electronic dance music through the eyes of Modeselektor, the Wighnomy Brothers, Philip Sherburne, Monolake and David Day. Director Amy Grill documents their successes and failures over a three-year period.

Speaking in Code is an intimate account of people who are completely lost in music. A heartbreaking and lighthearted documentary, it's a vérité glimpse into the world of techno. Captivating... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Speaking in Code torrent reviews

Lee M (ag) wrote: A moderately entertaining look at a gay life that's adrift after the roadmap starts to unravel. It's a strong new entry in the emerging genre of gay cinema that looks at LGBT life beyond coming out, sex and campery.

Eric G (fr) wrote: A surprisingly well made and interesting film about a little known (at least not me) episode right after WWI, where the poles stopped the bolcheviks near Warsaw on their way to invade Western Europe. Worth seeing for the story, some very interesting characters and beautiful costumes.

Lora R (au) wrote: I thought this movie's name is Shelter, but then found out the US (English) title is called 6 Souls.The movie was good and intriguing. It had a few jumpy moments, which I liked. The plot development was interesting but it got confusing towards the end. The writers and the director didn't explain clearly why "Adam" behaves like he does and what his purpose is on earth. His reverend past was quite confusing too and should have been explored more. Those are the only things that annoyed me about this movie.The cast was good and Julianne Moore acted well as in all of the movies I've seen of her. Jonathan Rhys Meyers performed well too with the different accents and characters.

Cee M (gb) wrote: worst movie i've seen in years... and i mean many years... like 30+ years. Bad acting, bad script, bad music, bad bad bad

Farah R (br) wrote: About Schmidt showcases Jack Nicholson's phenomenal acting abilities. He portrayed the character with absolute credibility it was impossible not to connect or relate to him.

Tracy B (ca) wrote: silly romantic comedy . . . i love 'em. totally adorable. ellen is hilarious. the cougar is born.

Lee M (ca) wrote: This is what happens to a gifted indie helmer when he gets 20 million for a schlocky movie that, contrary to the title, is utterly forgettable.

Paul M (br) wrote: Not sure what the Flixster plot synopsis is going on about but as I remember it this a very average film about a character trying to better herself

Natalie W (br) wrote: Very dumb movie. Didn't make any sense.

Brandon B (br) wrote: A bit messy, but fun stuff.

Craig W (de) wrote: You don't have to be a BIll Murray fan to enjoy this, but if you are - you'll enjoy it even more.

Laura H (kr) wrote: Widely regarded as Vincent Price's best film and rightly so! So camp, so genius. And Diana Rigg does a better Marion Cotillard 'TDKR' death than Marion Cotillard.

Stella D (ca) wrote: a touch too much of the 50s hollywood epic for my taste but highly watchable. a big macho melodrama in which mitchum of course rules and george peppard is surprisingly laid back and cool. can't fault minelli's direction either

Marion T (jp) wrote: I just love everything about this film. Cant find it on dvd

Sam P (jp) wrote: Very enjoyable and pretty level sided which adds to the intrigue. Definitely worth a watch if you're in to this genre

John M (ca) wrote: Though set in turn of the century Australia, this brilliant film is just as refreashing and contemporary as any film. Judy Davis in a career defining role plays Sybylla, a 17-year-old aspiring writer that has visions of grandeur that go beyond living the restricted life in the outback. A clever tomboy with little respect to her parents Sybylla feels even more out of place when she is sent to stay at ther grandmother's house in the country, where all of the women are more beautiful and finely mannered than she could ever be. There she meets a weathly farmer Harry Beecham (Sam Neill, Jurassic Park), who she feels is her soul mate but decides against marriage, knowing that she cannot take care of a family when she cannot do the same for herself. The film ends on a sad note for romantics but has a feeling of empowerment. Miles Franklin, whose semi-autobiographical book this film was based on, became the first woman of that time to break through the contrains of a society where the role of young girls was to forget their personal aspirations and marry. An international hit during the Australian New Wave in the 70s and that became part of the feminist movement of that era.

TTT C (au) wrote: (*** 1/2): Thumbs Up A very good Hitchcockian thriller set in the Australian Outback. Tense and exciting. One of the best performances I've seen from Keach.