The Storage

The Storage

Antero Rousku is a storeman in a paint store. His job requires raw muscle power, mixing paints and carrying house repair materials around to earn his daily bread. But the basic salary is not enough for Rousku. He also sells a lot of stuff on the side from the storeroom directly to Jylhäkorpi, a frequent visitor, bypassing company bookkeeping. Rousku's colleague in the cellar storeroom is Raninen whose life consists of work, quarreling with his wife, and lottery. Raninen wants to win the main prize but he wants to have the right numbers in exactly the order in which they appear from the lottery machine. Raninen is not the sharpest pencil in the pencil box. Rousku's freedom is threatened by his relationship to the saleswoman Karita. Rousku wants to keep a distance to the woman except in bed. Karita has decided otherwise.

Antero Rousku is a storeman in a paint store. His job requires raw muscle power, mixing paints and carrying house repair materials around to earn his daily bread. But the basic salary is not enough for Rousku. He also sells a lot of stuff on the side from the storeroom directly to Jylhäkorpi, a frequent visitor, bypassing company bookkeeping. Rousku's colleague in the cellar storeroom is Raninen whose life consists of work, quarreling with his wife, and lottery. Raninen wants to win the main prize but he wants to have the right numbers in exactly the order in which they appear from the lottery machine. Raninen is not the sharpest pencil in the pencil box. Rousku's freedom is threatened by his relationship to the saleswoman Karita. Rousku wants to keep a distance to the woman except in bed. Karita has decided otherwise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sam C (fr) wrote: This movie hit me pretty hard. Loved every second of it. Highly recommend to everyone.

Christie H (it) wrote: although rose mcgowan looked better back in the day before all the work...this movie was pretty good. Not a bad watch, suspensful but not over the top!

M L (kr) wrote: Terrible movie, poorly written, lazily directed. Wish I'd never seen it.

Roberto F (ru) wrote: Vi h muito tempo atrs, vou rev-lo. Mas lembro que a fotografia era incrvel e a direo segura.

JayCee C (it) wrote: more like confessions of a teenage slut

Xain R (fr) wrote: One of the best work of Pedro Almedor, with themes similar to those of his All About My Mother, he took rather more artistic way to explore the film making by introducing a story with a story. A connection between past and present is the narrative in a fantasized way which is very touching. The bitter taste of the reality in comparison of our memories is very well presented. Pedro never clanged on to his scenes much longer or tried to over dramatized his films which works best for the films length and matches the innocence of younger characters. The scenes in convent are worth praising. Daniel Gimnez Cacho's work as a priest dealing with inner demon while in the presence of a child is very beautiful. Rest of the cast were good too.Best of the movie would be the twist it came with the final character's introduction and explanation of alternate reality as to the one protagonist was imagining. A way to show the strength of the writer.An emotional, convincing and disturbing work of art.

Nathan M (jp) wrote: The first 2 minutes are hilarious, after that...

Mic M (de) wrote: Wes Anderson whisper the promesse of great filmaking.

Carolyn W (jp) wrote: Still one of the best.

Scott R (gb) wrote: Could have been worse.

Kevin C (nl) wrote: Typical movie musical that came from MGM durning the 40s. Gene Kelly's first film and his chemistry with Judy Garland is great. Also this film was a way for Hollywood to promote joining the army for WWII.

Stacey T (es) wrote: As an IU alumni, I loved it!

Thomas B (au) wrote: Matthew Vaughn's crime drama is filled with the kind of ingenuity that he brings as a director as well as Daniel Craig's layered and complex performance. Full review later.

Leena L (gb) wrote: 1970's NYC, Cops collecting money on the side and one scruffy looking man breaking the system. The best part? Serpico's ever changing hats! Brilliant!