The Last Continent
In 2005, a small group of scientists and filmmakers agreed to leave everything behind for more than a year to sail to the Antarctic and live in isolation. Following in the path of the greatest explorers, expedition leader Jean Lemire and the crew of the Sedna IV dedicated themselves completely to measuring the threat posed by global warming in a place where Earth is particularly vulnerable. The resulting film, is a record of their incredible 430-day journey that inspires equal measures of fear and admiration. Alternating between captivating images of beauty and serenity, and spine-tingling sequences where the ship's crew finds itself on the edge of catastrophe, this is an expedition where danger and wonder are inextricably linked.
Narrated by Donald Sutherland, this thrilling, feature-length documentary chronicles the brave group of scientists on board the Sedna IV as they explore the Earth's most fascinating and isolated continent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Continent torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Quite a good little 8O's Action Film if very low budget and illogical. An Android, A Robot, A Army Engineer, A River Rat and A Ninja team up to stop a Evil Time Travelling Scientist!Remember "Quo Vadis" Translates as "We Kick Ass"!
(fr) wrote: Ben Wheatley's latest flick is a rather welcoming genre b(l)ending deal( among other things) distinguished by a superb cinematography and an overall atmophere to match.While the action is set in the 17th century, the film discards most of the boring conventions surrounding that period(I wish Ben Wheatley would have done the same with "Kill List") and sets its sight on a revigorating approach. Indeed, it sacrifices linear storytelling in the way, but this is something I do not care all that much about."A field in England" is also stripped by the conventional "epicness" one would expect from a film set during the English Civil War, choosing an approach similar to films such as Werner Herzog's "Agguire, die Zorn Gottes", for example. It doesn't focus on that war, as a whole, but on a group of deserters. While some may not approve of this, I believe this gives the film a sense of authenticity.But whereas Aguirre is fairly conventional, in terms of storytelling, this one is not(as I have mentioned before). In narrative terms, it owes more to directors such as Woyzech Has(is it just me, or there really are moments in which the film feels strangely Polish) or Jodorowsky(although, sadly, the film does not match Jodorowsky's mastery in creating strong symbols). On the downside of things, "A field in England" still suffers a bit from one of "Kill List"'s flaws: it tried too much. This time, it tries to many tjhings at once. No, not narratively, but stylistically. The film, with its blend of old and new, still dictates a particular approach: one surrounding directors such as Has, Zulawski, Jodorowsky or Herzog and as long as it keeps going in this direction, things are ok. But when the film turns to current trends, such as flash cuts, it bec omes a tad disappointing, because the simply don't feel like they belong there. Indeed, it cements the film psychedelic moods, but I feel they were uncalled for. However, overall, "A field in England" bold and pleasantly surprising film and while it might have failed to enjoy the same acclaim as "Kill List", it establishes that Ben Whatley is not a minor director, but one worth keeping an eye on.I'm giving this 4 out of 5.
(it) wrote: This giant turkey was produced, written, and directed by Roman Coppola, who must have thought the dumb fantasy sequences, steeped in movieland imagery, would remind people of 8-1/2 (or, at the very least, Head).
(ag) wrote: LOVE MOLLY SHANNON SO WOULD LOVE TO SEE THIS!
(it) wrote: A disturbing, gritty, taut thriller featuring a menacing performance from Liotta in one of his best roles. The cinematography is magnificent.
(de) wrote: In desperate need of a new pair of shoes right now!
(fr) wrote: A good old Irish radicals vs. Jack Ryan. Must have seen many times, but still it fit the ridiculously hot friday night mood! Has Sean Bean done any films in which he is not some kind of bad guy?
(us) wrote: A terribly shallow film featuring everything a B movie needs.
(it) wrote: so ahead of its time. beautifully shot & an intreseting critique of the Cuban revolution shortly after it occurred. que rico.
(ca) wrote: Brutal, exceedingly dark "neorealist" look at kids in the slums of Mexico City in the 1950s. By Luis Buuel, so there is a surrealistic dream sequence (and a blind man rubbing a pigeon on a sick woman). Even though I accept the take home message that poverty may breed social ills, I still hated "Jaibo" and his cruel ways. Buuel serves up such an unsentimental, unflinching, and yes ugly look at the problem that it seems hard not to despair about the difficulty of solving it.
(gb) wrote: A really stupid and really funny spoof movie
(mx) wrote: good movie for kids, not really for adults unless your watching it with your kids.