The Dream of Garuda

The Dream of Garuda

A convicted rapist, Ikuo is released from prison and goes in pursuit of the woman he raped, Mieko. So obsessed is he with revenge he sees her in every woman he meets. After carrying out vicious attacks on a prostitute and a young girl he finally comes face to face with her.

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Nate K (kr) wrote: Hilarious! If you enjoy low budget satirical humor mixed with fantasy elements, this is for you. It's on youtube, give it a watch!

Sean C (ca) wrote: Absolute bollocks. I was bored shitless. And ive since read there's to be a sequel. One for close friends and family of Shane Ryan only.

Luke B (ag) wrote: Like many short films, this is a wonderful demonstration of peoples talents. The animation is beautiful and the character designs are instantly lovable and unique. The film builds a lot of tension in just 10 minutes and it's perfectly understandable why this is about to go feature length. Can't wait to see that as the simple idea here, means there is a lot to expand upon.

Larry G (it) wrote: wonderful low-key drama happening in 3 different parts of NC

Rodney E (de) wrote: Visiting Hours is a terrible piece of crap. I thought that maybe a movie with the combination of Shatner and Michael Ironside would have been cooler than this early 80's dud. Never mind sedatives as you can check out Visiting Hours.

John M (fr) wrote: Entertaining Agatha Christie/Hercule Poirot mystery! Good work on both sides of the camera.

Peter F (br) wrote: Often considered one of the greatest works of Australian cinema, and rightfully so. This paranoia-drenched drama about an overnight-stay gone haywire paints the outback in a stark hellish color, making it the ideal backdrop for a descent into madness. Gary Bond gives a most progressive performance here, channeling his character's turn towards depravity, but doing it with a sense of restraint to let you know he's privy to his own degeneration. Perhaps of even more merit is the Ted Kotcheff's style, which is both kinetic and straight in all the right places, and the interactions he mines out of his characters is reminiscent of what Mike Leigh would be doing at least two cinematic generations later. It may be a far-cry from beautiful (unlike say, Nicholas Roeg's Walabout), but later Aussie dramas all seem to borrow from this one.

Greg W (it) wrote: good stuff from lang