Sune, a dropped out theology student who also is the son of a priest, meets Viveka in a church. The two connect via a theological discussion and eventually get married. As the years pass, Viveka grows more and more emotionally unstable due to jealousy and religious anxiety. Sune accepts Viveka's mental problems and, instead of seeking help for his wife, obeys her increasingly bizarre commands. Eventually Viveka loses her mind completely, locks herself in the couple's apartment while Sune is away, and tries to make neighbours and the police believe that Sune is trying to murder her with a knife. When Sune arrives home Viveka is taken away to a hospital. Sune tries to convince the doctors that Viveka is not insane and should be allowed leave. In the end, Sune turns on a gas tap and lies down next to Viveka so they will die together.
Sune, a dropped out theology student who also is the son of a priest, meets Viveka in a church. The two connect via a theological discussion and eventually get married. As the years pass, Viveka grows more and more emotionally unstable due to jealousy and religious anxiety. Sune accepts Viveka's mental problems and, instead of seeking help for his wife, obeys her increasingly bizarre commands. Eventually Viveka loses her mind completely, locks herself in the couple's apartment while Sune is away, and tries to make neighbours and the police believe that Sune is trying to murder her with a knife. When Sune arrives home Viveka is taken away to a hospital. Sune tries to convince the doctors that Viveka is not insane and should be allowed leave. In the end, Sune turns on a gas tap and lies down next to Viveka so they will die together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jeff R (gb) wrote: SUEShocking and confusing and unjust legal nightmare of a paleontological adventure, ending with the discoverer of Sue (largest and most complete T-REX), going to prison."Who owns the bones?"!Great movie!Amazing story!Government legislation gone mad!"When you make the most fantastic discovery, a lot of people want a piece of it."
Sunny B (mx) wrote: really awesome movie
Jeff P (ca) wrote: If you can overlook the typical flaws found in the main characters, this has some genuinely funny moments that will carry you through to the climax. See what I did there? ;)
Cadan G (mx) wrote: Bought itCame homePlayed it for 20 seconds Heard the main characters voiceGrabbed a knife and carved my ears off because it would have been slightly quicker than turning the TV off?
Devin L (kr) wrote: Sooooo "after-school special" it hurts. The only thing that kept me watching was the very handsome Dan Payne as the older love-interest.
Matthew M (es) wrote: While I admire the story, animation, and characters, I wish the jokes were stronger.
Christopher B (ru) wrote: Very funny. Glad I stumbled upon this one.
Minor J (au) wrote: Es una buena historia de romance, al mejor estilo Franc (C)s, donde la cultura se impone a la cursilera. Me gust y las actuaciones son muy crebles. Que dicha que Europa trabaja en hacer nuestro cine tambi (C)n.
Lupus D (au) wrote: If Melissa Bacelar was actually naked, then it'd be worth it. Otherwise, the occasionally decent humour and dialogue found here belonged to a better picture. Who's that lesbian whore though?
Simon D (br) wrote: This film shows life as a Rastafarian teenager growing up in London in the 80's. It is the most indecipherable English language film I have ever seen but, if it had been toned down then perhaps the whole realism of the film would have been ruined. It also has probably the best movie soundtrack I ever heard, flawless, it's just a shame that the token celebrity, chosen to appeal to the mainstream uk public, Jacko from Brush Strokes, couldn't handle the reggae beat, his dancing was cringeworthy. Shame on you Jacko.
Tommy H (ag) wrote: I really liked this movie, but I can see how someone would find it boring. He spends the first act face down in the mud. The only complaint I have is I didn't like how everyone was terrified of this guy. I mean, if you're that afriad of him coming back to kill you why would you leave him there for dead in the first place? Even though the movie is already slow and uneventful enough, I think if he was just some normal guy who they didn't fear so much and didn't see coming, it could have made the movie better. But I did like the fact that the fear of the man reminded me of the fear people had for Rambo in the First Blood.
Patrick B (ru) wrote: An incredible culmination of Kurosawa's favourite themes, actors and methods from the most prolific period of his career. 3 hours long but by no means slow; it moves, like other Kurosawa films of this length, at a breakneck pace from section to section, bursting with ideas and aesthetic wonders at every turn. Its optimism is more subtle than in some of his more didactic efforts. When Kurosawa trusts his audience--as he no doubt must when leaving them such a lengthy work--he is at his best. If I had to find a complaint, I'd say the orchestral score--though not all bad--is at times a bit unsuited to the film. It feels better suited to a John Ford picture. But then, in a film about Western-influenced medical practices in Japan, I suppose even that's appropriate. I draw a deep, intoxicating breath of relief and satisfaction the moment I see his telephoto work on the screen.
Steven S (br) wrote: You gotta love how ridiculously stereotypical "evil Nazi" the German Fleet Commander was. The story, while true, was not told in a very interesting or exciting fashion. I loved the scenes of the gigantic Bismarck guns being loaded. Everything was so mechanical and manual in WWII. From the guns, to the phones, to morse code, to the giant table top map of Europe in the British war room with little ships with little flags being pushed around to keep track of where the fleet is. No GPS. No smartbombs. Just lobbing 15" shells at each other miles away. I don't know how they ever hit anything.
Joel A (jp) wrote: A hilariously bad typical 80's action film that centers on marine Joe (No surname) and his ninja like moves & unknown background.Michael Dudikoff is a horrendous actor that has no expression what so ever & is supported by so pretty ordinary actors as well.The fun in the film relies on how bad it is, completely unrealistic story, and the sheer load of rubbish that one man could take on a whole drug cartel in the phillipino underworld. Very bad & very fun!!!!
Addison P (it) wrote: Funny they made a sequel, its ok. Interesting but not very fluid in its progression.
Allan C (ca) wrote: Corny but well crafted noir from director Otto Preminger. Preminger reunites with Gene Tierney after their success with "Laura" but the story here is more than far fetched, telling the story about evil hypnotist Jose Ferrer putting Tierney under his spell and having her carry out crimes. Richard Conte plays Tierney's bowtie wearing husband and the film follows them as their lives begin to unravel over Tierney's crimes. The script is by Ben Hecht who had to use a pseudonym to avoid controversy over comments he'd made at the time about Israel.
Brian P (kr) wrote: Not a very good movie. I wouldnt ever watch this movie again.