Miguel makes the journey that his grandfather cannot make because he is locked up by his own family. The mission is very simple, go to a funeral and leave an army jacket on the grave of an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Kids from the Port
Miguel makes the journey that his grandfather cannot make because he is locked up by his own family. The mission is very simple, go to a funeral and leave an army jacket on the grave of an ...
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Georgia R (es) wrote: The film wasn't the classic it made itself out to be. I can see why if you have grown up with this film, it will have a sense of nostalgic, but for a modern day viewer, it was tirelessly slow-paced.
J F (ca) wrote: Although the information in the film provides factual information in terms of the medical field being pro money, and anti-health -- a credible documentary would provide input from the opposing side. Instead, this material gets lost inside its own agenda, by silencing the other party and driving it's own views down your throat.
Andy S (ag) wrote: Intriguing subject matter does not make up for a thin plot in "KEEP THE LIGHTS ON."***The emotional connection is supposed to the basis for this indie addiction story, but it's never quite felt. In fact, it results in some eye rolling moments. Why is the couple still together at all after all the shit they both put up with? The viewer might understand this if we were ever told what makes Paul (Zachary Booth) or Erik (Thure Lindhardt) so lovable. Instead, we're treated to the standard "he's kind and supportive." Lazy. Not to say we deserve an answer to the enigma of why we love certain people. I think that's part of the movie. But if so, it's wrapped in layers and layers of red herrings."KEEP THE LIGHTS ON" certainly has strengths: some of its side stories, like a planned pregnancy, STD-scare, and workloads. But they're half-realized ideas most of the time. And they're in the movie's first half, by far the better portion. After that, the crack addiction storyline is repetitive and long. I can't speak to its authenticity, either. It's not a complete waste of time, just one that should employ more emotional investment.
Christina H (ru) wrote: Watched: 8 June 2014
Jerem M (jp) wrote: Alarming and infuriating! A must see for anyone who uses electricity. This is the price of convenience.
Tschun C (nl) wrote: just to support Tezuka, not good at all.
Em K (kr) wrote: When did National Lampoons stop being funny??? Don't watch it.... it's shite house!!! Not even a little bit giggle worthy!!
Maxim C (es) wrote: hahaha so funny! I never thought that this was gonna be that clever :).
Mykel N (de) wrote: Great buried treasure of a comedy.
Adi A (us) wrote: Underworld scenes take place in Denmark. Drugs and woman dealing by immigrants (Serbs, Paki, Poles, Albans,and etc). Great film as it depicts close to "reality" with some casts dubbed to be ex underworld dealers.
Juli N (gb) wrote: An ending that will leave you completely gobsmacked!
Christoffer L (de) wrote: En av de allra bsta filmerna jag har sett. En sdan film som inte skulle f gras idag, p samma sttet. Filmen r italiensk, men filmad med skdespelare frn flera olika lnder
John M (br) wrote: The disjointed stories and the tone of the source material really work against Ophuls. I never really felt for the characters, though the performances are quite good.
Nathaniel B (gb) wrote: Even with the simple yet unexciting plot, witty yet sometimes incomprehensible dialogue, and very dated effects and editing, this film is quite good.