Martin finds the going tough. Manhood is approaching, but so far mostly as aches and pain. His mother's men friends are definitely nothing like the father he does not have. So some kind of male bonding is inevitable when he meets Funder, a juvenile droput on the run from the police. There is also girl-friend Rikke to consider. Who needs Martin the most? Coming of age isn't so easy.
- Stars:Kasper Tuxen, Allan Winther, Ditte Gråbøl, Niels Skousen, Kristine Horn, Steen Svare, Kim Jansson, Nikolaj Thide, Morten Lindberg, Morten Søborg, Jonas Gülstorff, Jean Linnet, Jonas Hannemann Møller, Rasmus Gottlieb, Lone Kellerman,
- Country:Denmark, Sweden
- Director:Niels Gråbøl,
- Writer:Niels Gråbøl, Per Daumiller
The fugitive becomes a sort of father figure to the 12 year old Martin (Kasper Andersen). Martin (Mov for short) feeds the man, dresses his wounds, and generally nurses him back to health. The hideaway in turn gives the boy companionship and a much needed role model, despite his run-ins with the law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hideaway torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Rules Don't Apply is a film that fails on just about every conceivable level. The only good thing I can say about it is, that it's probably one of Lily Collins better performances, too bad it's wasted in this punchbowl of a film. The flaws are simply too much for you to take it seriously on any level. It's like someone decided to do a 1950s love story and a Hollywood Biopic and failed to do either one properly. It's ironic that this film is about a Hollywood Legend who's trying to be the boss while whacked outta his mind because after watching this movie, I think it's time for Warren Beatty to enjoy the rest of his life at home before he gets sectioned.
(ru) wrote: I did love this one once it got moving. Cumberbatch is great as Hawking.
(es) wrote: It's about passion in books and plays
(kr) wrote: Good story. Very enjoyable. Not really remarkable though.
(us) wrote: I thought it was very good movie. Definition of a thriller for sure
(jp) wrote: It's not bad. The climax makes me wanna punch someone though. Inter-cutting previous moments to make me feel more emotion towards the situation? I'm not stupid; I can remember what happened an hour ago. Mr. Schweiger, keep directing. Your work is pretty good.
(ca) wrote: I usually don't like storylines that have been updated and taken out of their original time period. However, there was something about this one. Maybe because it was set in a future future that is foreign to us. Anyway, the point is is that it somewhat exceeded my expectations.
(gb) wrote: men raising their own kids what will they think of next!!!!
(de) wrote: that is a classic as it's one in a thousend.sally field's great concerto!no review needed,just see it!
(es) wrote: Out of the handful of Zatoichi's I've seen, I can want this one again and again. The acting and the action both shine in this installation. The last scene is quite possibly my favorite fight ever and the Zatoichi stumbling down the beach freaking tugs on those heart strings.
(nl) wrote: Man on a Ledge fails to provide enough suspense to be the exciting, edge of your seat movie that it wants to be.
(kr) wrote: Awful attempt, even for eighties horror.
(ru) wrote: The best picture of the man of steel.