The Ister is a 3000km journey to the heart of Europe, from the mouth of the Danube river on the Black Sea, to its source in the German Black Forest. Hailed by Scott Foundas of Variety as "a philosophical feast—at which it is possible to gorge oneself yet leave feeling elated,” the film is based on the work of one of the most influential and controversial philosophers of the 20th century, Martin Heidegger, who in 1933 swore allegiance to the National Socialists. By joining a vast philosophical narrative with an epic voyage along Europe’s greatest waterway, The Ister invites you to unravel the extraordinary past and future of ‘the West.’
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The Ister torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Sad that this feels like such a common, known story
(de) wrote: A journey through midlife crisis with pathos and humor in equal doses.
(de) wrote: Decently acted however the story is simply too easy to figure out, ruining any mystery before it gets a chance to build. There are some points that aren't "smack you in the face" but overall this is only a mediocre suspense movie.
(jp) wrote: Very slow film - but that is the whole point of the movie. A man who's bored, alone and can't stand it...
(it) wrote: Epic battle between good and evil forces with the survival of a baby found by a brave elf determining the outcome. Billing as "the biggest and most spectacular epic-adventure to ever explode across the screen" was an overstatement but, overall, a decent effort.
(ru) wrote: Unfortunately not even nearly as funny as the original play. They got it all wrong.
(ru) wrote: A heck of a period comedy, glad I saw it around the right time.
(kr) wrote: Bad Words has a thin and (mostly) predictable story, but it also is funny and the tiniest bit sweet. I have no complaints about watching it for free.
(nl) wrote: for 2002:one of the surprise hits of the early 2000'sit's got a lot more heart than I rememberthis was the perfect starring vehicle for Nia Vardalos and her rise to fameever wonder what it's like being Greek but having your whole family all up in your life? well, that's what Toula has to go through while also hoping to live her own life far from strict rules and traditionher parents mean well but her mother tells her that no one should tell her how to dress, act or love the way Greeks are usually known forthings change when she meets Ian after getting her act together and she wants to break away from the usual routine her father wants her to followeven if the film feels sitcom-ish there's still a lot of fun supporting characters to help Toula realize her happiness isn't impossiblefamily is family, when it comes to weddings the bride and groom may not come from the same family tree but what matters is becoming a whole new family, doesn't matter if you're born Greek or non-Greeklove is here to stay