The King of Kungsan
The film is loosely based on a true story about Paolo Roberto, later a professional boxer and TV presenter. Because of his Italian roots, Paolo is dealing with an identity crisis. With an admiration of kung fu films and with his teenage aggressions, the kung fu films have a negative impact on him, which tempts him to practice violence on innocent citizens in Stockholm.
- Stars:Paolo Roberto, Vincenzo Roberto, Ellen Roberto, Ian Roberto, Quincy Jones III, Camilla Lundén, Jonas Rasmusson, Niklas Dahlqvist, Felicio De Costa, Yasha Yukawa, Janna Sissokho, Lena Sjögren, Torbjörn Boström, Janek Burstein, Robert Jelinek,
- Director:Staffan Hildebrand,
- Writer:Staffan Hildebrand
The film is loosely based on a true story about Paolo Roberto, later a professional boxer and TV presenter. Because of his Italian roots, Paolo is dealing with an identity crisis. With an admiration of kung fu films and with his teenage aggressions, the kung fu films have a negative impact on him, which tempts him to practice violence on innocent citizens in Stockholm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The King of Kungsan torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Run bitch! Ruuuuuuun!!!
(it) wrote: A passable if not perfect depiction of the glam rock era. David Bowie deserves a better recollection of his past.
(nl) wrote: Para quem leu o livro, esta merda de filme no faz qualquer sentido!!!
(us) wrote: SHOUT AT THE DEVIRRR!!!
(us) wrote: Vintage Kazan. By handling risque material in a faithful, mature way, Elia Kazan creates a film that is truly memorable. Excellent acting as well.
(mx) wrote: Before I praise with humble and noble respect all my unexpected minded allegories, I must recall what I felt after having to watch "Sansho the Bailif" twice in order to like it better in my outside as much as I loved it in my deep insides, but that's just a manner to speak nonsense. My first view: It was magical, but most of all really chaotic in theme and actually disturbing in terms of sadness, how Films can transcend their material spirit is magnificent, and often beautiful, but as often as I find them beautiful, those often don't actually occur with very recently often films these days. My second view: It was more understandable, and I could follow the narrative better, but only because I knew what to expect, and some sequences actually captivated me better the second time, but it wasn't as magical, but more of a selfish petition to myself to actually watch it again, and I feel sorrow, Cause I understand it better, and its sad actually, rather than in the first view was just terror and confusion of why the evil: "Sansho the Bailif". Just felt that that I had to write what I want to remember from this film, "Without mercy, man is not a human being." That's everything you have to know from this film: Maybe the only film that ranks next to Kurosawa's IKIRU,maybe higher....I don't know, I am just as selfish as the Bailif, but at least happy...
(br) wrote: Johnnie Ray was enjoyable, & not a whole lot else.