The Zero Theorem

The Zero Theorem

A computer hacker's goal to discover the reason for human existence continually finds his work interrupted thanks to the Management; this time, they send a teenager and lusty love interest to distract him.

A computer hacker whose goal is to discover the reason for human existence continually finds his work interrupted thanks to the Management; namely, they send a teenager and lusty love interest to distract him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Zero Theorem torrent reviews

Shaun M (jp) wrote: Very good movie must see

Matthew S (gb) wrote: Interesting but ultimately self-indulgent film by Cindy Kleine. Certainly, the art of and the artist, Andre Gregory, is deserving of a documentary. He has trained some of the most important talent of the last 40 years and is an eccentrically interesting person. The problem is that the film is directed by his wife who seems to want to make the film as much about herself as about him. There are also themes of of "latent homosexuality" and "false memory" that run throughout the film that are never fully expressed or explored. These themes come up either as questions or accidentally. The film works best when Kleine drops her narration and simply films Gregory interacting with others -- especially his long-time friend and co-collaborator, Wallace Shawn. Worth a look if you have an interest in the art of acting or the slowly vanishing concept of a stage artist.

Karsh D (de) wrote: Probably a hit with students as it sets out to be very clever and arty. In truth its all a bit of a bore

Edward B (mx) wrote: What a wonderful little film this is. Director Ingrid Veninger channels a Sofia Coppola sensibility, turning Modra into a "Lost in Translation in Slovakia."Modra differs from Coppola's masterpiece in that it focuses less on universal disconnect than on youth adolescence and their search for identity. The two main characters, Lina and Leco are both 17 years old. Lina's boyfriend has just broken up with her, 24 hours before they are supposed to leave for Slovakia. Before she has time to grieve, she gets a call from Leco, a boy she briefly met at a party. He's just as confused and lonely, almost desperate to find someone to hang out with for the summer. Lina invites Leco to accompany her on her vacation and he accepts. The scene is executed remarkably well, the camera holding on the teens' faces, the awkward silences of the conversation, capturing everything that is being said and not said.The film plays out like a love letter to Slovakia, but not as a travel video. It celebrates the country as part of this girl's heritage. Lina's search for her cultural identity mirrors her search for a personal identity. She meets her extended family and learns why her parents left for Toronto so many years ago. Along the way, her friendship with Leco buds into a romance. Their relationship takes them through periods of passion, anger, and hope. Both teens have their own personal demons, and unlike so many romance films, Modra knows that these anxieties can't be resolved simply through love. But knowing that they've made a special connection with each other makes confronting those anxieties that much easier.Modra might not be an easy film to find, but it is worth checking out should you get the chance. It is a great example of how the quality of Canadian film has risen substantially in this new decade.

Troy A (jp) wrote: Sam Rockwell is quite amazing in this backwoods drama/thriller.

Cesar Z (ag) wrote: This movie about an amateur detective screams amateur director. The protagonist is not that inspiring to watch, some shots last way too long, and if I'm not mistaken I'm pretty sure this is a movie about incest. Not recommended.

James H (de) wrote: What a stupid boring movie, basically soft porn, and even the sexual scenes are not very exciting. The cast sleepwalks through their roles. Poor quality. There are a coupe of scenes that were decent, but no where near enough to recommend the film.

Peter M (gb) wrote: Classic guilty pleasure nineties action flick. John Malkovich especially makes this movie worthwhile.

Kerby H (fr) wrote: Very heartfelt and inspirational love story, with William Hurt at his best.

John B (es) wrote: They smoked a lot and men had to much back hair...I've seen it

David L (ag) wrote: The Last Laugh is a disappointing movie. On the technical side, the film is gorgeous with just fantastic cinematography with some great camera movements and with a visually appealing look to it, but the film lacks in character work and plotwise with a very abrupt cop-out happy ending and I do think that the use of more intertitles would have strengthened both of those aspects. It is in the end a solid film, but far from I expected from it.

Golia K (ag) wrote: "-In a relationship, it is better to be the leaver than the leavee"

David G (fr) wrote: A fun follow up to an obscure idea and property.

Grayson D (fr) wrote: Not the best Sinbad movie but still good.