Thailand Torn Between Two Worlds
This documentary film looks closely at the life changing experiences Thailand can provide. Temptation, lust and desire on every corner. For Adam it was just a holiday, a holiday that turns his life upside down, unaware of the physiological dangers that lay ahead of him as adapting back to your old life can be devastating. Watch as Adam's reality becomes entangled with fantasy in which life changing decisions have to be made in which Adam finds himself Torn Between Two Worlds.
A holiday of a life time to the ''Land of Smiles'' for Adam, an opportunity to re-examine his mundane existence away from the worst and most depressed place in the UK, Middlesbrough in the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: What a brutal disappointment! Was it the lack of brutality depicted in the portrayal of Philip Markoff? Stehpen Kay's film is bomb! It blends an unreasonably poor casting job with a train wreck of anticlimactic static: I'm now 96% more apt to kill this film on Craigslist than I was before.
(fr) wrote: A bit breasts and funny remarks, that is all this can muster up to, not really a great film at all.
(es) wrote: Fuck this stupid ass movie. Owen Wilson: why does he have a career ? Seriously he should buttfuck himself. Go die.
(br) wrote: Loved this film. Loveable characters, great soundtrack and made me feel like I was back in my teens again. This is the record store where I would have love to worked.
(us) wrote: With an impressive script by the talented Terry Eagleton, Derek Jarman's experimental biographical film about the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein is a truly fascinating film. Having never read the works of Wittgenstein, I can't say how accurate it is regarding his philosophy. However, the concepts and questions raised cannot be ignored and are intriguing enough to continue watching this through it's entirety. This isn't a long film, but it's certainly a great film which certainly makes us think during and after the film. Using a minimalist set, we are able to get pure Wittgenstein through the spectacular performances of Karl Johnson and Clancy Chassay as Old and Young Wittgenstein as well as Michael Gough's performance as Bertrand Russell. Everyone else, though, is fantastic and worth noting and they make a great job at transferring both his life story and his philosophy in little over an hour. This is one of Jarman's greatest works and should not go unnoticed.
(mx) wrote: ah, one of my childhood traumas - made me always look deep into the toilet to make sure nothing was going to get me before i sat down. :D
(nl) wrote: Oh, yes, Stephanie Beecham can scream. But since she?s being haunted by a demonic hand belonging to a scarred woodcutter with no eyes, who?s just raped her, I think she?s allowed.Not that she can turn to new husband Ian Ogilvy for help. He is too busy trying to protect his family name, and hide the indiscretions of ancestor Herbert Lom, the nature of which hold the key to her predicament. Lurid, loud, and slightly overlong, but a solid entry into the Amicus collection