Stockholm East

Stockholm East

Stockholm East is the love story between two strangers, bound together by a tragedy that has taken its toll on both their lives and relationships. When Johan and Anna meet at the railway station connecting Stockholm with the idyllic suburbs where they both live, they embark on a dangerous journey of passion and lies.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:female nudity,   bath,  

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Aidan M (kr) wrote: Really sick and twisted. It's good if you like that sort of film but it's very gruesome.

Richard P (gb) wrote: Rubbish, Rubbish, Rubbish! Over an hour wasted of my life.

Brandon Vincent T (es) wrote: Really cheesy of a movie, but Amanda Bynes is super sexy and looks hot in a bikini.

Vikram T (jp) wrote: Some of the Scene are copied from Jackie Chen's Film.

Josh S (au) wrote: Jonathan Silverman was great in this role. Pretty good little comedy/drama/coming of age flick.

Richard C (au) wrote: Mon film pr (C)f (C)r (C) d'Ast (C)rix, si ne serait-ce cause de toutes les r (C)f (C)rences absolument hilarantes la culture britannique! Toutefois, je ne comprends toujours pas pourquoi les (C)crivains ont d (C)cid (C) de faire une scne avec du football am (C)ricain plutot que du soccer... moins que ce soit une r (C)f (C)rence au rugby?

Jim B (nl) wrote: Fairly decent whodunit by master horror director Dario Argento.

JaimeActorScreenWriterDirector (ru) wrote: It's a great spaghetti western and Tomas Milian is one of the most underrated actors of all time. Look at his performance here and then his performance in Traffic, he stood out in both because of his talent.

Mike C (ca) wrote: Some may say the selling point of this movie is once noted director EA Dupont but I say it's clear significance is containing the final performance in the devastatingly short career of Tandra Quinn. Though she has exactly 0 lines of dialogue (actually, I don't recall her speaking in Mesa of Lost Women either), she makes her, uh, presence known.