A young, gay filmmaker takes us inside his experience of being exposed to HIV. He retells the story with the use of surreal images and an audio recording as he receives his test results.

A young, gay filmmaker takes us inside his experience of being exposed to HIV. He retells the story with the use of surreal images and an audio recording as he receives his test results. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sandra K (es) wrote: Very good, UNTIL the herder smacks his horse on the Face!! OMG, what a macho, abusive loser!!

Tawseef R (nl) wrote: very typical but somehow I found the story sweet enough to watch...

Erik S (gb) wrote: Tungt. Mnskligt. Bra.

Melanie K (jp) wrote: This is the worst movie I have ever seen!

Emily B (br) wrote: Clean,hilarious comedy for the redneck in us all!

AnnJean P (gb) wrote: this was a good movie those 3 guys are great in this they acted in this like they knew eachother their whole lives

Timm S (de) wrote: Seems To Rub Off On The Girls More Than The Blokes..I Think Because It's About Blokes Putting Their Ego's In The Back Pocket & Chatting..Like Girls!!!

Joey G (ru) wrote: english voices werent perfect but the movie was still pretty good

Afal S (kr) wrote: A very brave film, as it is a war film without a single shot being fired, rather focussing on the bureacracy of the military and life within the fin de siecle melting pot that was the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Brandauer plays Redl perfectlly, one of film's bizzarest and unlikeliest lead characters. Colonel Redl is an ethnic minority, workaholic drudge, a yes man and desk warrior who rises up the greasy pole of the Austrian army. And yet he conceals a far more mysterious, even sordid side that eventually leads to his own and his country's destruction in the First World War.

J J (kr) wrote: The Sword of Doom - 9/10 Here, in one of Nakadai's best performances, he plays a young, seemingly evil Samurai who lives by his own moral code. He ruthlessly slays anyone who he thinks should die, and it's hard to say whether his killings are unjust or deserved, even though his actions might seem despicable at first. For example, in the beginning of the film, he encounters an ageing pilgrim praying for a quick death. Upon hearing this, Nadakai's character kills him in one swift move. This scene sets the tone for the rest of the movie. Nakadai's fighting style echo's his attitude to an extent, it's an ultra defensive style in which he never strikes the first blow. In an iconic scene later on in the film, Mifune's older and wiser samurai tells Nakadai, "The sword is the soul. Study the soul to know the sword. Evil mind, evil sword." In Japanese culture, the sword and style of a samurai could be seen as a window to his soul and "Sword of Doom" beautifully yet brutally echoes this sentiment. In the penultimate scene of the film, Nakadai's samurai is haunted by his past actions and starts to hallucinate, he is clearly a broken man and regrets some of his actions. The ending of the film is surely a controversial one but I personally loved it. Nothing is resolved, apparently there were sequels planned but they never came to light for one reason or another. Nevertheless, it didn't take away anything from the film and for me it actually added to the mystique and moral ambiguity of Nakadai's character. Impeccably shot and beautifully choreographed, the film is a feast for the eyes. Nakadai's performance as a self destructive samurai was highly intense and full of emotion, his shift in character alone was astonishing and really displayed Nakadai's talent as a versatile actor. Mifune is also in the film and has his fair share of excellent scenes and lines. In summary, an excellent film that I'd recommend to anyone with a remote interest in Samurai movies.

David M (de) wrote: A coming-of-age movie that takes you back to when music was more than just music, it was a lifestyle & for some groups practically a way of life. It's well before my time but is still pretty engrossing with some stellar acting from a relatively young cast (Kate Hudson looks barely 18!). Funny & heartfelt, it's an old-school road trip worth taking.

Alan K (fr) wrote: Why was this even made?

JuanKa P (it) wrote: Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) es despedido de la compaa de supermercados para la que trabajo, pese a ser muy bueno en su trabajo. La razn que recibe es que no cuenta con formacin universitaria. Frustrado y ahogado por las deudas, Larry no perder el optimismo y regresar a la universidad en donde encontrar nuevos recursos, aprender a hablar en pblico, formar parte de un colorido grupo de motociclistas y se sentir atraido por su profesora de Oratoria, Mercedes Tainot (Julia Roberts) quien ha perdido pasin por la enseanza y en su vida, en general. Dviertida, buenos dilogos, y situaciones cmicas. // Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) will be downsized from the supermarket company he works for. The excuse he gets is that he doesn't have a college education. Facing problems with his mortgage and without a clue about his future, Larry decides to start college, wich will change his life. Larry will be part of a colorful group of bikers, but will also learn Economy and to speak in publick in his Public Speaking class where he will develo a sudden crush on his teacher, Mercedes Tainot (Julia Roberts), who has lost passion for teaching and in life in general....