Every night, Soviet tractors comb the coast of Latvia looking for signs of anyone who could have infiltrated the Soviet border from the sea. One morning, three Soviet patrolmen discover a woman’s shoe in the sand and footsteps leading to the quaint little village of Liepaja.
- Stars:Ivars Brakovskis, Igors Buraks, Viktors Cestnovs, Andrejs Garnavl, Vadims Grossmans, Jevgenijs Ivanicevs, Alna Jaunzeme, Vilke Liman, Arko Okk, Olegs Teterins, Jaan Tätte, Alja Uzulena, Irina Yegorova,
- Country:Germany, Latvia, France
- Director:Laila Pakalnina,
- Writer:Laila Pakalnina
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The Shoe torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I watch that movie last night with mom and both of us was crying because the problem is to strong that its make to cry.
(gb) wrote: Kevin Hart is just awesome and Jerry Ferrara is soo awkward in a romance!
(es) wrote: Good, but wasn't really all that scary till the end
(gb) wrote: Used to read the books when I was younger. The movie looks like it will be cute and fairly entertaining.
(it) wrote: Hackman & Aykroyd pair up for this early 90's buddy cop romp. This was the era when Aykroyd was really hitting his stride and Dom DeLuise was really fat.
(fr) wrote: Eh not very good except for Jerry Reed as a despicable bad guy totally unneeded
(gb) wrote: I've seen most of the Academy Award Best Picture winners and this one may be one of the worst.
(ca) wrote: Enjoyable psycho-thriller from the Boultings. Never mind about the psychology but it has atmosphere-a-plenty and is well and brightly shot. Interesting perfomances from Hayley Mills, Bennet and Phyllis Calvet as the unsuspecting mother this is kitsch-camp of above average quality. Was very difficult to find but now released on DVD.
(it) wrote: A samurai, Sanjuro Kuwabatake, finds himself in a town run by two warlords, Ushitora and Seibei. The town is a den of inequity, not only due to the warlords and their hired thugs, but due to the hordes of gamblers that inhabit it. The samurai sets out to rid the town of all these pestilences, his plan being to play the two warlords off against each other.Excellent movie by famed Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. Clever, unpredictable plot with some great twists along the way. Good character development and some great action scenes.The only blemish is that it is difficult to figure out which characters fit into the mix in what way. This is often heightened by Kurosawa introducing an important character out of the blue, with no background. They're often linked to the story via another character, a character who we also don't know much about, if anything at all. So some of the character-specific stories were a bit hard to follow.An influential movie in that Sergio Leone used this as inspiration for his spaghetti westerns - a Fistful of Dollars in particular. You can see it in some of the fight scenes: the slow, deliberate build-up, the music the Mexican standoff. A Fistful of Dollars is even regarded as a remake of Yojimbo.
(au) wrote: Entertaining, Worthwhile Offbeat Comedy--Pixilated!!