At once gritty and whimsical, The Unidentified follow Estlin, a passionate young journalist scraping by in New York City. As his frustration with his entry-level job at a local newspaper peaks, his disgruntled best friend, Brooke, leaves Brooklyn for Ohio. Set adrift, Estlin falls for Sophie, an elusive artist with an optimistic view on life. But as their romance blossoms, his high ideals and dogged pursuit of truth come into conflict with her tightly guarded secrets. The film is an exploration of idealism and apathy in today's youth culture and the vestiges of the social consciousness of the 1960s. In a climactic scene shot at a real anti-war protest in Washington D.C., Estlin must come to terms with what has been lost, what still remains and where he must go from here.
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Todd C (gb) wrote: Very different role for Sean Penn, however I found it excellently done! High recommendation for those NOT into Star Wars!!
Scott I (fr) wrote: Very character driven as opposed to the focus on the music. Slow pace but great performance wrapped up nicely in the end.
Vincent N (fr) wrote: This film is too short to explain how Nick Leeson lead the Barings Bank to its doom. Despite a good performance by Ewan McGregor, the film fails to create suspense or show how Leeson got stuck in a series of worse and worse losses.
Alberto A (de) wrote: The movie could've had a great meaning, the thematic is strong and different but the film should have been more serious. The music is very silly and corny. The difference between promiscuous love and sex is not a joke.
Paul J (fr) wrote: An extremely theatrical film with incredible acting and typical stellar Bergman writing.
Adam E (gb) wrote: Classic camp comedy.
Dan J (jp) wrote: One of the best movies made in the 70s.
Crystal E (fr) wrote: this was just great! i watched it at like 4 in the morning and couldn't have loved it more. great heist and wonderful love story
Steve S (it) wrote: ** (out of four) Disappointing soaper with Joan Crawford seeing a married man while at the same time romancing another man. Based on the best selling book, the movie is fairly dull and unexciting.
Trey B (mx) wrote: What would this movie be without Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson? Boring but, fortunately they are in this movie!
Adrian Z (ag) wrote: This Must Be The Place has a weak narrative thrust, but it's an excellent example of the sort of range Sean Penn is capable of. Here, Penn plays a retired rocker who, drawn back to America by his estranged father's death, embarks on a cross country journey to find a Nazi war criminal his father obsessed about, meeting a wide variety of generally strange people along the way. Penn's Pierrot-like characterization is at times extremely funny, often poignant, always spellbinding. However, director Paolo Sorrentino (who also co-wrote the screenplay), lends the film such a quirky-cum-morose-for-it's-own-sake tone, it's hard to understand where the story is going some of the time, or why some plot decisions have been made.
Gavin E (mx) wrote: Beautifully shot. Amazingly acted and a unique story, you have never seen this kind of western. Gripping from the first second to the last. A must watch.
Jimmy F (de) wrote: Great movie about some guy seeking revenge after his wife is murdered. He finds out where the killers hide out and puts them down one by one. John Travolta is amazing in this movie. Recommended.