At the end of WWII a soldier who had often been ordered to execute women and children deserts and tries to find a hiding place in his native village. Almost immediately the entire village is evacuated, except the deserter and a French girl who is a compulsive worker. Believing that the Nazi regime has gone forever they tear down all Nazi placards. The girl also steals civil cloths for the soldier from her employer. But on the next day the Nazis are back and determined to find the person(s) who took away the placards. The employer dares not report the girl for fear that he would also be punished. When the deserter understands that there is no refuge and that his parents and younger sister will be murdered if the Nazis find him, he shoots himself. - 15 years later when a short-time fun-fair is built the deserter's corpse turns up. But even his parents prefer to "forget" what happened and to let the corpse remain "unidentified". Written by Max Scharnberg, Stockholm, Sweden
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Frdric H (es) wrote: When i saw the trailer i was hoping for a nice movie but instead i find a long and slow flick with almost no content and the ending sucks.
Bohyun K (mx) wrote: very enjoyable film, especially the cakes.
Howie V (ru) wrote: Thanks guys. We needed that. Meryl Streep is such a generous actor. I felt as though she could even make me look good on screen. The title alone got my attention but the story proved more than worthy enough to keep that attention. Dark Matter has just enough science, just enough drama, just enough culture to make it - in my opinion - worthy of a nomination or three. We need more intelligent and contientious movies like this. "Up the bottoms" and two thumbs up.
Brett B (br) wrote: A step down from the original but still some good points and another interesting storyline. Also Walken.
Jocelyn F (ru) wrote: Niagara, Niagara is one of my all time favorites, it's so original and different from anything else. I only wish this movie would come out on DVD already!
Chelsea T (it) wrote: i grow up with kungfu movies.
Tom D (gb) wrote: A great film noir. I had never heard of this film before. It surprised me how good of a movie it turned out to be. It has some good twists and turns.
Andr D (nl) wrote: Douglas Sirk es un director que abandon el cine en 1959, pero que no ha sido olvidado por directores como Quentin Tarantino o Pedro Almodvar. "All That Heaven Allows", un relato romntico sobre una viuda reprimida que se enamora de su joven jardinero, puede parecer lo ms "kitsch" del mundo, pero gracias al elegante manejo de la fotografa, los dilogos, el ritmo y la denuncia social de Sirk, es en realidad una bellsima obra de arte. El director Rainer Werner Fassbinder realiz un grandioso homenaje a esta pelcula llamado "Ali - Fear Eats The Soul" y Todd Haynes por su parte, hizo la magnfica "Far From Heaven" inspirado tambin en "All That Heaven Allows". Tantos autores de calidad no pueden equivocarse y usted como espectador tampoco. Este es un clsico.
Gertrude G (br) wrote: Jesus Christ the heartbreak, the dedication, the convictions. Fantastic film, I never want to watch again, my heart aches at the premise