Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1979. While Yugoslav president Tito is in Cuba settling international matters, a mysterious Phantom occupies the attention and hearts of Belgrade. Every night, he exhibits spectacular driving maneuvers using a stolen white Porsche car through the city streets. Through the radio the Phantom publicly challenges the police to try and catch him. More than 10.000 people are in the streets supporting their hero. The police are forced into a game where he sets the rules. The Phantom becomes a political threat. What started as a game turned into a political scandal and remained a myth that would never be forgot.
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Michelle U (fr) wrote: Powerful and absolutely beautiful! ?
David J (it) wrote: Amber Heard boasts some cool costumes, but 3 Days To Kill can't decide whether it wants to be a Spy thriller, or an action comedy, and succeeds in neither.
Dylan R (it) wrote: The best based on the prediction of 2012 (which won't happen!)
Hilda M (es) wrote: Loved this inspiring movie. Great for anyone who loves someone with special needs or for anyone who has a heart really.
Andreas T (ru) wrote: Mitt betyg kanske r lite frgat av att jag r svag fr rekvisitan i den hr filmen. Mycket vackert foto dessutom. Och inte s tokig film.
Fred (fr) wrote: awesome concept & set design,the story drags in parts.the part where the police woman free's the prisoner is just not realistic.some of the flashbacks don't make sense and are not explained.the 3d heart surgery scene was awesome.all in all it was pretty good
Randy Y (es) wrote: Interesting people, interesting concept, but really not that informative- more just indulging in its usage... which at times was too much.
Asa B (nl) wrote: You can't help fall for its charms and moral message. Some decent songs, too. Sign me up for the sequel.. oh, there's three of them!!!
Emma S (ag) wrote: Kaunis, erilainen ja vaikuttava.
Alex K (fr) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.
Patrick M (mx) wrote: Coolio? ooh woo I like girlz!
Abdulmalik A (es) wrote: the film offers little we haven't seen before.
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Alec B (de) wrote: Perhaps one of the most misunderstood films ever made, but either you appreciate it's very earnest weirdness or you don't. Personally, I fail to understand how vitriol could be extended to something so unique and lovably goofy as this.
Sandy R (jp) wrote: A largely overlooked and criminally underrated film from Donald Cammell.As one would expect from such a visionary artist White of the Eye is visually and aurally resplendent throughout with some eye popping set-pieces and driving music score courtesy of Nick Mason (Pink Floyd).Two sequences in particular are reminscent of Dario Argento and Mario Bava.Whilst the story is pretty much a basic stalk and slash, the inventive visuals and narrative arc which are afforded this film set it aside from it's contemporaries.In fact White of the Eye is part slasher, part psychological drama come character study.There are very few films like this because of the unique visual composition and the way Cammell tells the story.This consists of overexposed flashbacks and unusual editing techniques.Both David Keith and Cathy Moriarty are great and some of the dialogue between the two is both spiritual and intellectual.White of the Eye being borderline arthouse doesn't cater to someone who doesn't appreciate art and intellectual cinema.If you find Hollywood trash is rotting your brain and doesn't stimulate your mind try giving Cammell's film a try.
Lucas P (it) wrote: I can't even imagina how hard it must have been to write and edit everything.
Debbi P (gb) wrote: An enchanting, funny, classic film with Peter Falk , in his first role. A Christmas must!
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Rather dull Quatermass Spinoff--Passable low-budget sci-fi flick, helped by sincere performances!!