Stormy Night

Stormy Night

A goat named Mei wanders into a barn one night seeking shelter from a storm. In the barn, the goat meets another refugee. The two can neither see nor smell each other, but never the less they huddled together fending off the cold, and begin to talk. Eventually they establish a friendship. The two decide to meet later and will recognized each other by using the password "one stormy night." The next day, when they meet, Mei learns that his companion from the night before was a wolf named Gabu. Despite their natural predisposition as enemies, they share a common bond and begin meeting regularly. However, Mei's flock and Gabu's pack eventually find out about their relationship and forbid the friendship. Mei and Gabu, hoping to preserve their friendship, cross a river during a storm. They hope to find an "emerald forest" free from persecution.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   forest,   goat,  

Fleeing a violent thunderstorm, a young goat named Mei becomes separated from his tribe and takes shelter in a cabin. He soon is not alone, as another creature limps inside. In the dark ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julie (au) wrote: love this movie want to buy it and see it again but dont know how hmm...?

Justin H (ru) wrote: As I sit here, still laughing a bit over just how bad this film was, I find it difficult to settle on a star rating. On the one hand, you've got a cast of one-dimensional, disposable characters, and an absurdly muddled plot that makes for a film so terrible that you can't help but laugh at it. But on the other hand, there are stretches of running time where the jokes run a bit dry, and things tend to drag on. The MST3K fan in me wants to overlook the slow parts, and rate this based on its considerable schlock value, but at the same time another part of me feels weird giving this anything more than a 3/5."Beneath Still Waters" is one of those films that's easier to just sit down and make fun of, rather than talk about. I know that if I tried giving a synopsis of this thing, and the reasons I found it so entertaining, without showing the entertaining bits, I'd probably fail. It would be like trying to relay a play-by-play of a board game to someone who's never played it; no matter how fun the game may be, no one's going to see what the fuss is about if they can't at least see it in action.With that said, I realize this hasn't been the most helpful of reviews. So I'll try to at least end on a meaningful note: If you like shitty movies, then chances are you'll get at least some enjoyment out of "Beneath Still Waters." Potentially quite a bit of enjoyment. But if you prefer your movies to have things like a coherent plot, decent acting, or hell, even a solidly-grounded location (you could almost make a drinking game where you take a shot each time a character with a new accent shows up...except you'd probably not only be dead, but embalmed and preserved for future generations by the end of it all), then steer clear of this one.

AnnaLu A (gb) wrote: To sem graa...o tipo de filme que te faz pensar: 'esse povo estava precisando de dinheiro, e topando qualquer coisa...'

daniel esteban h (br) wrote: al intentar ser igual que la primera es totalmente grotesta muy mala

Andrew M (kr) wrote: quite enjoyable if not a little light on a plot. Some class momments though.

JAMES C (it) wrote: This film is about the making of "Psycho" and the relationship with his wife, Alma. I really liked it. The script is excellent, Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, are excellent as usual. It is a look inside the most successful film of his career, and what he had to go through to get it made, including producing it with his own money. Really worthwhile.