The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 1: The Moab Story
The Tulse Luper Suitcases reconstructs the life of Tulse Luper, a professional writer and project-maker, caught up in a life of prisons. He was born in 1911 in Newport, South Wales and presumably last heard of in 1989. His life is reconstructed from the evidence of 92 suitcases found around the world - 92 being the atomic number of the element Uranium. The project includes three feature films, a TV series, 92 DVDs, CD-ROMs, and books.
- Stars:JJ Feild, Raymond J. Barry, Michèle Bernier, Valentina Cervi, Caroline Dhavernas, Anna Galiena, Deborah Harry, Steven Mackintosh, Albert Kitzl, Jordi Mollà, Drew Mulligan, Ornella Muti, Nilo Mur, Ronald Pickup, Franka Potente,
- Director:Peter Greenaway,
- Writer:Peter Greenaway
The first of three parts, we follow Tulse Luper in three distinct episodes: as a child during the first World War, as an explorer in Mormon Utah, and as a writer in Belgium during the rise ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Once again comes an enjoyable road movie that is enhanced by the charm of Pathak and the dialogues and situations the 2 characters are thrown into..... Shah manages to hold ur attention along with Pathak once again after Dasvidaniya..... An enjoyable watch....
(gb) wrote: Watched this after seeing Lily Tomlin in GRANDMA. This is charming. Script had misses. I'm really starting to love Paul Weitz. This might have been better had he adapted the book.
(de) wrote: no one seems to get that it's the last dreams of a dying man, like an 'occurrence at owl creek bridge'
(fr) wrote: pues no llega a nada, solo se remite a preguntasl publico, alguno que otro dirigente, imagenes de archivo y videos.... y ya....es mas sustancioso reportajes de alvarado hombre! #VeryLocalChist :P
(it) wrote: Afghanistan has been given more freedom throughout the recent years, but are the people ready to take advantage and move forward? real change requires time.
(au) wrote: Impenetrably dull stamp through a colorlessly oily world. I cant say i really understood the characters or the movies motivation. I applaud the work and skill that went into it's creation but i have little to say about the story or its effect, it just did nothing for me and was instantly forgettable.
(jp) wrote: It craves for all kinds of persuasion to appeal to the audience, but loses many of its logic and factual evidence underneath the pile of credible men, cinematography, and sentimental music
(de) wrote: I really liked this movie. Loved Dean Winters. Nice to see him in a different role other than in OZ.
(au) wrote: As good an adaptation as you could hope for, and one of the few Vonnegut novels that is actually somewhat narratively coherent enough to translate to film.
(fr) wrote: Not a good Disney Hit
(nl) wrote: A great dramatic movie that is a classic.
(ru) wrote: Absolutely love this movie. It has it all. Most underrated movie of year. Not sure where these Grades are coming from. Hilarious.