In an enchanted forest, back in the time of the Druids, the shepherd Céladon and the shepherdess Astrée share a pure and chaste love. Fooled by a suitor, Astrée dismisses Céladon, who throws himself into a river out of despair. She thinks he's dead, but he's been secretly rescued by some nymphs. Faithful to the promise he made to Astrée to never appear before her again, Céladon must overcome many obstacles to break the curse. Mad with love and despair, coveted by the nymphs, surrounded by rivals, and obliged to disguise himself as a woman to be near the one he loves, will he manage to make himself known without breaking his oath? A romance filled with doubt, hazards, and delicious temptations.
Shane S (ag) wrote: It's kind of stale for a documentary about Rush, but then again, they've been teetotalers since 1974. There are no tales of Geddy and Alex going to rehab and writing grittier songs....because Rush's songs are about victory of the individual. Not about nightmarish plane crashes. It was interesting to see all of that really great Super 8 home footage of the band discussing their future with their parents and it was nice to hear what they thought about albums like "Hemispheres," "Moving Pictures," and "Test for Echo."Still no "Presto" and "Roll the Bones" - it's as if Geddy doesn't want to talk about them at all. Then again, they rapped on "Roll the Bones," so I wouldn't blame them.It also makes me ask why RYMer Finulanu just doesn't like them. A lot of his Rush critiques tend to go towards "Geddy Lee's voice, guys play really watered-down King Crimson, prog-rock ambient atmospheres = pretentious" - and the guy's favorite album is quite possibly the most pretentious jazz album ever made (Coltane wanted it to be bombast) - and I'm here and I appreciate the band a lot more because of this moviefilm. And I don't like a lot of Rush's stuff - but I'm always open to listen to some more.
Caleb L (ag) wrote: Very boring movie. Super corny. Filled with stereotypes about Georgia that are inaccurate.
Ashley B (kr) wrote: And this is why I'm a vegan.
Petri P (ca) wrote: Ihan kiva tarina.. kaikkee sit kyht opiskelijat tekeekin :)
Michael P (es) wrote: It's bad but there are some great campy moments.
Stephen E (mx) wrote: Hilarious. Just hilarious. Mike Myers plays perfectly off of Nancy Travis and Anthony La Paglia. A 90's movie to be sure, but still funny after all these years.
Alexandre B (de) wrote: Beaucoup de travail et de temps investis pour un film au scnario apparemment crit par un enfant de 12 ans en manque de vulgarit