Staying Vertical

Staying Vertical

Screenwriter Leo is searching for the wolf in the south of France. During a scouting excursion he is seduced by Marie, a free-spirited and dynamic shepherdess. Nine months later she gives birth to their child. Suffering from post-natal depression and with no faith in Leo, who comes and goes without warning, Marie abandons both of them. Leo finds himself alone, with a baby to care for.

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Irene S (es) wrote: what it is or was to be 17 the awkward kid in school and when your only friend decides to start dating your brother you totally freak out. not only that you confess to your history teacher played by woody Harrison that you want to kill yourself and he laughs at you. you loose your number #1 Fan. your dad 4 years prior and you feel like nobody understands your twisted sense of humor....well you DO find yourself at the edge of seventeen.

Kong L (ag) wrote: "EMOTIONAL | EXHILARATING | TOUCHING | STRUGGLE | SURVIVAL" (85-out-of-100)

Kevin R (fr) wrote: It looks really funny!!

Pranav K (kr) wrote: sorry, but can't relate to violence and politics for university student-body elections of all things

Gome A (au) wrote: Omg half of the cast was also in Sopranos ... this is like so cool I like the film and this cast makes it even better

Bryan W (kr) wrote: i think this was one of this signs of the apocolypse.

Oregon T (de) wrote: Another great chick flick and fun for the whole family!!!

Christina C (ru) wrote: Saw this film years ago (probably for the first time around the age of 9) and I rememeber loving it then. Watched it again for the second time recently and while I was still very happy with the overall film experience, I felt that the film did drag a bit and could've used a bit more editing and dialogue. Of course, I do realise that the film makers intentionally filmed long sequences of sweeping landscapes and silent, pensive-looking characters laguishing on the beach, to express a sense of peace of calm, but I felt this tactic was over-used and ultimately took away from the story. All in all, though, a very solid film.

Erin S (ag) wrote: This movie is unusual but fun all the same.

Jeff Z (us) wrote: Kristofferson's no John Wayne and Ted Post is no John Ford. Willie Nelson is no Thomas Mitchell as Doc Boone. In fact, he's not Doc Boone at all as they switched the character to Doc Holiday. And somehow John Schneider as the stagecoach driver seems a bit less authentic than Andy Devine. However, just think of the fun they must've had off camera, waiting to shoot. With Johnny Cash, Waylon, Willie, Kristofferson, David Allen Coe, Jessi Colter and June Carter Cash (and I'm sure a guitar or two) they might have been better filming them behind the scenes rather than the actual movie. Interesting that Mary Crosbyplayed Mrs. Mallory in this while her dad Bing played Doc Boone in the 1960's remake.

John O (ru) wrote: Classic Bond. Great plot, film locations and astonishing performance by Connery.

Alex S (ca) wrote: This is such a charming movie! Although Shirley Temple was not as popular in her teens as she was a a child, I felt that she was just as much of a joy to watch. She and Cary Grant play off of each other quite well, and it doesn't come across as creepy or predatory either. Cary Grant and Myrna Loy as make a great onscreen pairing, as they did in Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House. Perhaps this is just coincidence, but Loy and Temple really did look like sisters in the film. All in all a good movie that I would readily see again!

Ian C (ca) wrote: Alot of good moments in this. The kill outside the office is quality. However, Mos Def ruins this. One annoying cunt who really needs to blow his nose. The ending is so cringey I nearly coughed up a lung.

Mitchell Z (nl) wrote: A rousing true story based on the life of Ken Carter, Coach Carter is a great sports drama that is carried by a strong performance by Samuel L. Jackson. Throughout the film you can see how lost these kids are and the troubles they deal with in the beat up town of Richmond, and Jackson makes it believable that a man would dedicate his time to ensure that these boys had futures outside of basketball. Its that believability in Jackson's performance that drives this film.

Jason S (ru) wrote: This movie reminded of me how much I missed Corner Gas.

Jackson Y (ca) wrote: absolutely amazing and mindblowing movie, odeya rush did a good job especially

Debra C (fr) wrote: Low budget film sorry I paid for it on DVD glad I didn't pay to see it at the cinema!

Justin B (fr) wrote: It offers a fresh but gimmicky new twist on what we're used to but it's still a mostly pointless extension of the now convoluted series' lore. Not the worst in the series but it's fallen a long way from the minimalist suspense driven approach from the original.