Tales from the Golden Age
Tales from the Golden Age is composed of 5 unconventional short stories, each one dealing with the late communist period in Romania, told through its urban myths from the perspective of ordinary people. The title of the film refers to the alluded "Golden Age" of the last 15 years of Ceauşescu's regime.
- Stars:Diana Cavallioti, Radu Iacoban, Vlad Ivanov, Tania Popa, Liliana Mocanu, Alexandru Potocean, Teodor Corban, Emanuel Parvu, Calin Chirila, Romeo Tudor, Avram Birau, Paul Dunca, Viorel Comanici, Ion Sapdaru, Virginia Mirea,
- Country:Romania, France
- Director:Hanno Höfer, Razvan Marculescu, Cristian Mungiu, Constantin Popescu, Ioana Uricaru,
- Writer:Cristian Mungiu
Several urban legends of Communist Romania are dramatized. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tales from the Golden Age torrent reviews
(de) wrote: You're probably wondering why Ethan Hawk disappeared from Hollywood for several years. After you watch this film, your question will be answered.
(gb) wrote: Not much of an improvement, but I think I liked it a little better than the second movie. As usual, it is an okay story with not-so-okay directing. Bay quite clearly doesn't understand what makes a good action film. Also as usual, the effects and visuals are arguably stunning (probably the most stunning in this film compared to the previous ones), but it just goes quite a bit far with itself. Some scenes were decent, like the falling building scene, and the battleground in Chicago was better than Egypt. So ends the trilogy of the Autobots and the Decepticons (especially with Megatron dead), but more is yet to come. It??s always fun to watch these films, but there not so good as movies. I also liked Sam's girlfriend better in this one (character-wise), personally.
(it) wrote: The horror!*snickers*
(ru) wrote: he has such an amazing voice
(kr) wrote: Ok but Martin can do so much funnier
(mx) wrote: This Sullivan's remake is a funny horror movie with lots of blood and gore
(mx) wrote: Starts off well, until the opening credits are accompanied by terrible Nickelback-esque ear torture. Inspired by Eastern Promises, Max Payne and Hitman, this noir is a fun way to kill some time.
(nl) wrote: Very thought-provoking documentary that for some reason really got my blood boiling. I don't even know anyone who's deaf but after watching this I got into a fiery argument with my mom over cochlear implants. But what concerned me more was how morbidly obese all the adults were. I mean, that's more of a handicap than deafness is in my opinion.
(nl) wrote: In the late 1970s, director Werner Herzog only furthered his reputation as an insanely innovative director to the millionth degree when he set out to make his twenty-fourth film, Fitzcarraldo. After funds, lives and miles of morale were lost, the end product was a success and is now considered one of the great films of all time. Not only that, but what Burden of Dreams reveals is one of the greatest stories ever told about filmmaking. Fitzcarraldo and its making-of documentary is a must-see for any budding filmmaker; Burden of Dreams shows the positives, the negatives and the mysteries of what the filmmaking process is like. It will leave you tense, amazed and doubtful, much like the crew involved with making the film. By the end, however, we are satisfied, for we know that both films breath life as parables for personal struggle and determination at all cost. A true wonder.
(gb) wrote: Bottom feeder Western has life and death struggle between Apache pursuer and a soldier wounded by a bear. Major problems include a fast-talking narrator, long stretches lacking any dialogue and editing that can best be described as a hack job.
(it) wrote: Just the thought of being in their situation is terrifying enough.
(ru) wrote: As Godard wrote in Les Cahiers du Cinma, scenes of love remind one of the war, and vice versa.
(mx) wrote: Stuff happens. Scenes shift. People say stuff. More stuff happens. There's something about a space ship and a big, slow guy who does stuff. The movie almost feels like a Burroughs-esque 'cut-ups' experiment. I can't suggest it. Unless you really enjoy that feeling you get when you chapter skip through a movie, seeing brief, unconnected moments of some larger, mostly unknown film.
(mx) wrote: :fresh: [CENTER]Something is not quite right with this film. This happens to be my least favorite Marx Brothers film, however there are still good moments.[/CENTER]
(de) wrote: I Spit On Your Grave could have been a good movie had the film makers actually applied some filming technique to the film instead of this amateur bullshit. The narrative is solid : A woman decides to exact her revenge against the monstrous men who raped her and broke her pride. The film drags out a very long and poorly acted rape scene for about 20 minutes of the film that could have made its point within five minutes, causing viewers to think "ALRIGHT WE GET IT!" The film is entirely boring, flat and dragged out for far too long, thus voiding its intended purpose to expose the evils associated with the male gender (rape,sexism and misogyny), What a waste of perfectly good idea that could have had a positive impact on society.
(mx) wrote: Good beginning then it slowed down getting.ready for the robbery. Interesting how.they got through the security system.