Sunshine Follows Rain
18th century in the north of Sweden. A story of forbidden love between farmer's daughter Marit and Jon, the scorned result of an extramarital affair between a girl Marit's father Germund once loved and a gypsy fiddle player. Germund warns his daughter not to have any contact with Jon but it's no use when Jon rescues her from being raped one night. Plot by Mattias Thuresson.
- Stars:Mai Zetterling, Alf Kjellin, Sten Lindgren, Hilda Borgström, Anna Lindahl, Eric von Gegerfelt, Tyra Fischer, Ulf Palme, Hugo Hasslo, Inga Landgré, Ivar Hallbäck, Carl Deurell,
- Director:Gustaf Edgren,
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(kr) wrote: Imaginative anthropomorphism, selectively applied. Empathetic penguins are antagonized by single-minded predators. But penguins are predators, too! And the fish on which their diet depends remains a mindless foodstuff, denied even the slightest modicum of agency. I'd love to see a mash-up feature in which Nemo, having been found, follows Sven to Mumble's Antarctica. Would my 3 year old niece still cheer the Penguins' liberation from their icy prison if it meant Nemo and Dori get ingested for their caloric value?The krill subplot, centered around the only two krill of a countless swarm not denied agency on their quest for evolutionary self-determination, is wildly amusing. In the end, they have actually managed to alert the mindless herd to the perils of climate change. Brilliant.
(gb) wrote: Takashi Miike's masterpiece of surrealism is not only one of the strangest films ever made, it is unsettlingly human. This dark absurdist film owes a great deal to David Lynch, but manages to stand alone. Not to be missed.
(jp) wrote: Very nice, an interesting look at life in modernizing China ...
(ca) wrote: Del Torro his a master for humanising monsters!!!
(kr) wrote: (First viewing - Summer 2004)
(ca) wrote: It's not the best, but it's not bad.
(us) wrote: I would watch all these live action movies looking for the cartoon pink panther, only to be disappointed each time.I mark not interested, but who knows.
(ru) wrote: A surprisingly entertaining bad movie, filled with god-awful acting and a bizarre premise. Pure b-movie gold.
(mx) wrote: Though visibly and conceptually dated by today's standards, this film has aged very well, if mainly due to the incomparable performances of its cast (especially those of Sidney Poitier). At first glance, this film might seem like any other British school drama made in the 1960's, with each one having claimed to deal with social issues. This film, I feel, is more realistic than most of those films because it at least tries to offer multiple perspectives. In fact, Sidney Poitier's performance gives a sense of reality to the situation shown in the film, and that's more than could be said about any other film of its kind. The film also presents itself with a degree of realism and grit that, I feel, matched the then-contemporary setting. For me, the drama was compelling because it was more human. The whole film has an earthy, forthright quality to it that many films today lack, and that's what made it so good to watch.
(jp) wrote: Just hate lazy, heartless, phony mocumentary horror.