A group of Slave workers, drafted by the Nazis to help construct their coastal defenses in 1944 are trapped in an underground bunker when the Allies land at Normandy on D-Day. They find huge dtores of food but not enough candles. The slow dying of the light parallels their increasing boredom, illness and jealousy during their entrapment. Based on the Novel 'Le Blockhaus' by Jean Paul Clebert
- Stars:Peter Sellers, Charles Aznavour, Jeremy Kemp, Per Oscarsson, Peter Vaughan, Nicholas Jones, Leon Lissek, Alfred Lynch,
- Director:Clive Rees,
- Writer:Jean-Paul Clébert (based on the book "Le Blockhaus" by), John Gould (created for the screen by), John Gould (screenplay), Clive Rees (screenplay)
During D-day several people become trapped while hiding in a bunker, when heavy shelling collapses it. They have plenty of food and water so they decide to wait for rescuers. And so they wait year, after year, after year. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Blockhouse torrent reviews
(us) wrote: This movie is a topper, entertainment, drama , and what are Indians famous for ? Their fantastic ways of displaying their love and passion through dance, a must see and spectacular film. It's 3 hr but this movie flys with the great wings that carry it . I can't wait for the next.
(ru) wrote: suprisingly effective low budget Brit flick
(au) wrote: hee hee hee...... achchi motion picture hai.......
(de) wrote: the film does drag along for a while but the overall film is quite interesting. pullman is well cast in the lead and delivers the performance needed for such a role. if you watch the trailer and walk into this you will feel robbed as this isn't your usual slapstick comedy. treading in coen territory i enjoyed this film alot
(fr) wrote: Even more eye opening than Border War, the 2006 documentary by Citizens United. I thought that showed U.S.-Mexico border nastiness, but Border goes even further and it's worse than you ever thought. Chris Burgard, who made this with nothing more than a home video camera and a big RV to get around in, doesn't showcase right or left opinion. He shows reality and lets you reach your own conclusion. He comes right out and says he's a classic libertarian and that mind set is exactly where this documentary comes from. The expose starts with a protest, illegal alien supporters on one side and those who support border control on the other. One of the more vocal anti-illegal protesters is an Iranian immigrant, a guy whom the illegal supporters start shouting, "Hey, sandnigger! You're not white, you're brown!" amid their snickers and giggles. It's always whites accused of racism and bigotry when they fly the American flag and demand immigration law be followed, but the only racism I see comes from the illegal alien advocates. One of the most startling horrors shown is that of the coyotes, the people who lead Mexicans over the border for a hefty fee and violate young women in the process at their leisure. The underwear of these women is often hung on trees as a warning to others. This and the other problems caused by illegal border crossing, and not just the fact that our laws are being broken, but the social and environmental effects. Piles and piles of trash left by groups of illegals, armed men bringing drugs over the border, farmers living there fearing for their lives no matter how many big dogs and barbed wire fencing they have. It's like a war zone. To help fight, the Minutemen came into the picture and their efforts are documented by Burgard. Burgard also goes to Washington, DC, trying to get politicians to answer his questions but they won't. He talks to an old DC insider whose name and face are concealed. He explains that in DC it's all one big political party, they're all in bed with each other and nothing important gets done as a result. Burgard encounters some hostile locals while walking around in his cowboy hat and boots, called a redneck and a racist based solely on his attire by a group of obviously new age hippie types. Once again, the only racism...Bottom line is that this is required viewing for every citizen.
(ag) wrote: FOR PETE'S SAKE, MONKEYS AREN'T FUNNY!
(ru) wrote: At 4 hours it's not for everyone but like a fine piece of art that requires patience to understand the closer you look the more you realise that this is something deeply profound.
(ru) wrote: Great story of a young couple's struggle to keep it together through money, job, and family problems.
(gb) wrote: Tight ass movie who agrees
(us) wrote: The story is bland and really going nowhere. And it's unfortunate, because even though I see potential in John Turturro's directing ability...his acting severely suffers from doing both jobs at once. The tiny bits of humour and Woody Allen's character make up for this, but not enough.
(ru) wrote: The movie that started all. Fantastic all the way.
(ru) wrote: Basically a retread of the first one.
(it) wrote: Not a bad movie. Had some good funny moments. Rob Schneider plays a great part.
(br) wrote: Um astronauta fica nufrago em Marte e precisa descobrir como sobreviver. Interessante a forma como ele vai aos poucos explorando as possibilidades de utilizar le recursos naturais do planeta. Os cenrios so fantsticos para a poca e a profundidade psicolgica grande.