The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Successful surgeon Tomas leaves Prague for an operation, meets a young photographer named Tereza, and brings her back with him. Tereza is surprised to learn that Tomas is already having an affair with the bohemian Sabina, but when the Soviet invasion occurs, all three flee to Switzerland. Sabina begins an affair, Tom continues womanizing, and Tereza, disgusted, returns to Czechoslovakia. Realizing his mistake, Tomas decides to chase after her.
- Stars:Daniel Day-Lewis, Juliette Binoche, Lena Olin, Derek de Lint, Erland Josephson, Pavel Landovský, Donald Moffat, Daniel Olbrychski, Stellan Skarsgård, Tomasz Borkowy, Bruce Myers, Pavel Slabý, Pascale Kalensky, Jacques Ciron, Anne Lonnberg,
- Director:Philip Kaufman,
- Writer:Milan Kundera (novel), Jean-Claude Carrière (screenplay), Philip Kaufman (screenplay)
In 1968, a Czech doctor with an active sex life meets a woman who wants monogamy, and then the Soviet invasion further disrupts their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Unbearable Lightness of Being torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: after i saw that movie "sex and breakfast" it has nothing intersting about it, just 2 couples are boared, that's all but in deep of the idea of this film talks about the change your partner to refreshing, i guess so, at least this is my idea about this film anyway
(au) wrote: Very cool movie about what it takes to be a comedian and the stark contrast between a relatively unknown, but cocky, Orny Adams and the seasoned, but modest, Jerry Seinfeld.
(kr) wrote: You've got to hand it to Don Coscarelli. The man certainly knows how to come up with something that's different. Bubba Ho-Tep is about as far out of left field as you can imagine, but it somehow manages to achieve greatness in spite of itself. The plot itself is pretty cooky: in a rest home in Texas, an old Elvis Presley and a black man who thinks he's JFK team up against a thousand year old mummy who's come there to steal the souls of the rest home's inhabitants. Pretty weird, huh? Well, Coscarelli knows that a movie can't just live off of its cooky concept alone. There's plenty of characterization to go around and you actually care about these characters, in an odd way. You also feel a little choked up at the end, which is very weird at that point. Overall, it's a fun and campy little movie that genre fans should be eating up.
(fr) wrote: Have had the honour of meeting and actually been asked to stay as a guest at his home, Umkomazi in Tanzania. Fitz a true character in real life, He also knows how to fly a Cessner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(ca) wrote: I'm seriously watching it...right now. Unfortunately I IMMEDIATELY regret my decision. Haha
(gb) wrote: everything a late 1980's early 1990's thriller should be, complete with gratuitous sex, obvious killer from the get go and Tom Skerrit. It actually did hold my attention and Daniel Baldwin's performance is so over the top that it fits perfectly.
(au) wrote: If you're looking for a typical slasher, horror flick, this is a good choice.....don't expect a surprise ending or even witty, interesting dialogue.... you will get some screams, some gore, some pre-mortem nudity and some laughs......the point is, don't expect too much....
(jp) wrote: This is Chris Marker's free form travelogue that was released in 1983 (RT is wrong about it being released in 2002) and is a meditation of life on earth and societies impact on man. While this is a film that most modern audiences would be lost with and probably bored by, "Sans Soleil" is an artistic documentary that is a multiple layered conceptual look into society and mankind as a whole. The film uses a combination of film elements including archival footage, nature footage, animal kingdom footage and mostly of man living in their own world. This is a thinking man's documentary and is both serious and humorous as it explored such topics as sexuality, capitalism, and our basic human desires. The film is narrated by Florence Delay and her calming voice overlaps most shots in the film and along with the meditative score, really add a sense of calm to the overall feel of the movie. All of this adds up to a deeply personal yet equally immersive experience for the viewer. Be warned that there are scenes of both graphic nudity, sexual content, and other mature topics throughout the film.
(ca) wrote: I love this film so much. I amazes me how few people have seen it. Terrific story, action and a great cast. See it.
(br) wrote: Charro! is not your average Elvis Presley singing and dancing movie Charro! is different it is a western with a difference there is only 1 song in the entire movie that is the title tune originally there were plans to have 2 songs in the movie the director thought that 1 song would be enough to convince Elvis that Elvis was indeed over his singing and dancing ways in movies a very good movie Elvis does a splendid job in this his 3rd western movie following Love Me Tender (1956) directed by Robert D. Webb and Flaming Star (1960) directed by Don Siegel later of Dirty Harry Fame.
(ag) wrote: It's good horror movie
(mx) wrote: That was the most depressing movie I have ever seen in my life.
(gb) wrote: This leaves you feeling helpless and angry and confused all at the same time. None of those are good things, but that it can do that is what makes it incredible.
(gb) wrote: I don't remember much of this movie because it was a long time ago but I remember it being fun to watch so I gave it two and a half stars based on my memory.
(gb) wrote: Review: Although this movie was epic, and the whole rescue element was quite touching, it wasn't character driven, and there wasn't much depth to the characters, except for Chris Pine (Bernie Webber), who heads the rescue. Casey Affleck (Ray Sybert), was very calm and collected, as the ship captain who is waiting to be rescued while his ship is crumbling and his crew is panicking, and so was Eric Bana (Daniel Cluff), who sent Bernie out to head the rescue. Ben Foster (Richard Livesey), also seemed very calm as he was helping Bernie with the rescue, so it was hard to feel emotional about the whole situation. The only person who seemed to be worried about her loved one, was Bernie's fiance Miriam Webber, played by Holliday Grainger, who went through hell to get information about the whole mission but there didn't seem to be anyone else who cared about what was happening in the deep sea. I couldn't understand why they took out such a small boat to save a big crew, and with the terrible weather ahead, I'm shocked that the boat made it back in one piece. With that aside, it did look great and it seemed real but with the power of technology, and some clever CGI, I wasn't surprised from Disney. By the end of the film, I did feel a bit empty, and it was a shame that the director didn't show the aftermath of such a huge ordeal. Anyway, it's a watchable film but the fantastic journey could have been portrayed much better. Watchable! Round-Up: After making such a lose at the box office, like a lot of true motion Disney movies, I can't see this damaging the studio but I'm sure that Chris Pine and Casey Affleck will be disappointed, after putting so much effort into there performances. The movie was directed by Craig Gillespie, who also brought you Mr. Woodcock with Billy Bob Thornton, Lars and the Real Girl with Ryan Gosling, the awful Fright Night remake with Colin Farrell and Million Dollar Arm, which went down well at the box office. He put together a decent cast for this film but he didn't push the actors to the limit, in terms of emotion and depth. I personally was disappointed with the structure of the film, and I can understand why audiences and the critics didn't make that much noise when it was released. Budget: $80million Worldwide Gross: $52.1million I recommend this movie to people who are into their action/history/dramas, starring Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster, Eric Bana, Holliday Grainger, John Oritz and Kyle Gallner. 4/10