The Princess and the Warrior

The Princess and the Warrior

Young nurse Sissi lives a secluded life entirely devoted to her patients at Birkenhof asylum. Her first encounter with ex-soldier and drifter Bodo has a lasting impact. He causes an accident in which he provides first aid, Sissi wonders if he may be the man of her dreams. But when she finds him weeks later she is rejected, as Bodo is stuck somewhere between a traumatic past and a criminal future.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   escape,  

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Jessica R (au) wrote: first half was informative and kept my attnetion. second half... snoozefest.

Daniel G (de) wrote: If the title ends with "Movie" then you know what to expect, not much of artistic value, but some good laughs along the way. This gets some points because it was written by Saturday Night Live cast members Will Forte and Andy Sandberg, who are 2 hilarious guys.

Kenneth B (es) wrote: This fairly straight forward western may not be one of Brando's peak achievements but nontheless it has a few memorable scenes.

Logan M (ca) wrote: Al Franken once stated that he was very proud of this movie, and he should be. It's sweet and quite thought provoking, especially for a film based on an SNl sketch.

Simon C (us) wrote: Lovingly crafted creature feature. So gross that you can almost smell it. Snappy, funny dialogue and priceless details. This is really well put together.

Levi P (es) wrote: As always Kurosawa blows me away by how godly he and his movies are. This was the first one to make me cry... like a bitch.

Mr B (ru) wrote: William Hurt gives an excellent performance and Raul Julia does the same. I really loved the parallels between Molina's story of the movie he was telling to Valentin and the complex nature of the plot reminds me so much of The Crying Game in some ways.

Jorel D (ca) wrote: The Saratov Approach as directed and acted has the ability to touch both the frustration of challenge and spiritual belief of what Missionaries teach throughout the experience they lived. I felt mostly that its goal as a film is to have the emphasis of tackling the spiritual end but balances out with temporal frustration, and physical stress since it shows both ends of all those involved including the abductors. The Saratov Approach is by far one of it's kind in all the movies made about LDS missionaires. Check it out...