The Human Condition I: No Greater Love
The Human Condition is a Japanese epic film trilogy made between 1959 and 1961. The trilogy follows the life of Kaji, a Japanese pacifist and socialist, as he tries to survive in the fascist and oppressive world of WWII-era Japan. No Greater Love (1959) opens with Kaji marrying his sweetheart Michiko despite his misgivings about the future.
- Stars:Tatsuya Nakadai, Michiyo Aratama, Chikage Awashima, Ineko Arima, Keiji Sada, Sô Yamamura, Akira Ishihama, Kôji Nanbara, Seiji Miyaguchi, Tôru Abe, Masao Mishima, Eitarô Ozawa, Kôji Mitsui, Akitake Kôno, Nobuo Nakamura,
- Director:Masaki Kobayashi,
- Writer:Zenzô Matsuyama (screenplay), Masaki Kobayashi (screenplay), Jumpei Gomikawa (novel)
A Japanese pacifist, unable to face the dire consequences of conscientious objection, is transformed by his attempts to compromise with the demands of war-time Japan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Human Condition I: No Greater Love torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Great way to follow the 2011 movie, can't wait to see what they do next.
(ru) wrote: Linda pelcula, que deja un poso muy triste. El que no se emocione con ella es que est muerto, la reconcha...
(us) wrote: AKA 'All Superheroes must die.' I liked this one. It just kind of started. There is a ton of back story that was completely skipped. It leaves you want to know what happened.A crazy 'super-villain' captures 4 masked heroes and makes them fight until all of them die. None of the 'challenges' or fights was all that inventive, but it still worked. This movie was surprisingly good for what it was.
(jp) wrote: Johnny Lee Miller is a wonderful actor. The story lines of the two couples is great and I probably only really enjoy this movie since I like the older sex.
(us) wrote: It is difficult to know what to take away from Lisztomania because of the sheer excess it exudes ? the viewer cannot singularly state if it is a film about organized religion, about fame, about fascism, about rock music, about emasculation as a guillotine for creativity, or any of the other multiple comic book fantasies it toys with. Regardless it?s tremendous fun; excessive and flamboyant as you would expect from a Ken Russell picture. Forget it's classical trappings - it's as much a rock movie as Tommy. Roger Daltrey is entertainingly theatrical as Franz Liszt, as is Paul Nicholas playing the constantly metamorphosing creep Richard Wagner. Russell exhibits all of the themes his other work shows ? namely spirituality, hypocrisy and futility as a sort of unholy trinity, but that doesn?t mean he doesn?t have time to make this a fabulously fun, campy experience.
(nl) wrote: Anybody want to see this with me?
(kr) wrote: Clearly inpired by Looney Tunes cartoons, Shoot 'Em Up is a fairly fun ride, however the plotline leaves much to be desired. Let's be clear hear: Despite what you may of heard Shoot 'Em Up is not one long 86 minute gun fight,, that probably would of been better than what we have here as the movie truly falters when it comes to the slower portions. The Movie wants to have it both ways, creating a madcap action movie while having an intricate storyline but the movie simply doesn't. have the chops needed for the latter.It may sound like I'm being overly harsh with this movie, but I'm trying not to be. The movie is fantasticly fun, and if it only consisted of action sequences it could be something really special. The action sequences are unique and inventive. Special attention should be given to the skydiving action sequence which may be one of the most ludicrous uses of green screen I've ever seen. Adding to the absurdity is a seemingly out of place and bizarre gun control aesop. Clearly the moviemakers know how to keep us guessing.