The Dying Swan

The Dying Swan

When Viktor meets Gizella one day beside the lake, he takes an interest in her and begins to call on her regularly. The one passion in the life of Gizella, who is unable to speak, is dancing. When Viktor deceives her and she finds him with another woman, she moves away and begins a career as a ballerina. Later, as she is on tour performing “The Dying Swan”, the artist Glinskiy attends her performance. Glinskiy, whose own obsession is to depict death in his art, becomes fascinated by Gizella, and he is determined to use her as a model for a special project.

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Matthew B (au) wrote: horrible movie just horrible

Luke M (au) wrote: I don't get the hate. Sure, maybe people didn't like the aliens. But it was a good Indiana Jones movie.

Rodney E (fr) wrote: Urban Legend is a fairly soulless piece of dreck that is definitely inspired by the post-Scream state of horror in the late 90's. Aside from revisiting campfire stories that you may or may not have heard and see them be executed, all this really has going for it is supporting turns by Robert Englund and a few cameos. I'd see this stuff as a teenager because it was those times and I am a sucker for horror movies and pretty much be disappointed

Frances H (es) wrote: Another winner from Spike lee, with a great cast and a great story to tell.

Drew H (it) wrote: Fucking terrible. Shit on every level. I've seen student films that shit on this. Some of the worst acting around.

Steve W (kr) wrote: Hands down, the worst acting in any zombie movie ever. Despite that, the characters find a weapons cache, which should happen in every zombie movie. There is tons of action and crazy gore, and a flamethrower. That made me smile. I also noticed the homage to Romero's The Crazies.

Mark K (es) wrote: theres nothing scary here

Claudette A (au) wrote: It started off OK but started to get a bit bizarre!

Sean L (nl) wrote: It's a shame this droops down into the slums of a typical romantic comedy formula somewhere in the second act, because up to that point it had been a surprisingly delicate, open-hearted perspective on the mourning process. Tom Hanks, who effectively flexes his solemn-face muscles for most of the picture, is the titular "Sleepless," a widower who doesn't believe in love after loss and can't close his eyes without getting tangled in painful memories. When his son convinces him to sit in on a call to a self-help radio program, he gains fame among the desperate middle-aged set. Mixed in among that pack is a not-quite-ready-to-be-married Meg Ryan, who obsesses over him to a worrying degree. It would be curious to see this play out with the roles reversed today - would it be dubbed a timeless romance or a dark dose of suspense? I was on the hook for that first act, but when the tone shifted to allow for more punchlines it lost its way and bucked me into the dirt. Mildly funny soap opera material for the most part, it's disappointing Hanks and Ryan didn't have a chance to revisit the chemistry they'd sparked in Joe Versus the Volcano - they only share the screen for a few moments.