This Girl's Life

This Girl's Life

"Slice of life" take on life of international porn celebrity, Moon, and her musings on modern life, love and loss.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   boy,   camera,  

"Slice of life" take on life of international porn celebrity, Moon, and her musings on modern life, love and loss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Trevor H (ru) wrote: A mesmerising production that takes a humorous swipe at the worst of Hollywood's excess, flimsy veneer and dehumanisation. How director Robert Altman had the pulling power to attract so many stars into cameo and minor roles is beyond me. Tim Robbins plays an executive in a production company who receives threatening postcards as he has offended a writer with his empty, dismissive promise of "I'll get back to you". It's an engrossing story, beautifully acted and sincere in its portrayal of superficial human behaviour.

Lovro H (ag) wrote: This was an extremely fun experience! I enjoyed it a lot! It may have a simple animation, and a low budget, but this is actually better than some of those high budget animated films. It's story is very weird and extraordinary, but very funny. All in all, it's a wonderful experience, and you should check it out!

JohnPaul G (es) wrote: it was a good zombie flikfunny and with more of a plot then most, and of course alot of fighting and killing zombiesvery well animated reminds me somewhat of something that should have air on MTV"s Oddities

Joe J (br) wrote: Not a bad movie at all. Good action, good acting, good storyline, good plot twists. Sure it's a typical movie for this genre, but still not bad altogether.

Aaron B (kr) wrote: I'm a sucker for 80s films and, even though this one is not even close to being good, I still find myself somewhat enjoying it for what it is: cheesy.

STCENTERPRISE (jp) wrote: La Grande IllusionThe film was unique for a foreign film in the fact that it represented four cultural nations and spoke four languages within the film. The film did not go into great depth explaining why characters were changing locations or when they did in several cases or the time span that elapsed which I believe could have been better explained or presented in the film. One example was the prisoners went from one prison camp to another without a very clear explanation for the reasoning behind changing camps or showing the reasoning which would have been more interesting to watch. Another one the beginning of the film starts off with the capture then shortly after they go to the camp. The film in my opinion does not adequately explain why and where things occur so it disorients the audience for a short while while the audience attempts to contemplate and determine what has just occurred.In the film the "The Grand Illusion" I would relate class and nationality together as they have qualities which relate to each other such as respect and loyalty; common relations presented in the film."The Grand Illusion" is filled with expressions of patriotism, class order and tradition, the use of music for various reasons, compassion for each other, and symbolism. The film surprisingly presented incarcerated prisoners of various nations with a great tolerance for one another.The patriotism in the film was expressed in one scene in particular with for the French and Germans when the Germans in the camp were celebrating the conquest of a fortress. Then later on in the film a French man stops in middle of the play to report that the French made the rest stop everything to announce France retaking the same fort that the Germans had celebrated a scene earlier. The French then stand and sing the French National Anthem in front of all the Germans. This annoyed the Germans greatly The film showed a tolerance, respect for other classes that seemed exaggerated as the treatment by the Germans of their prisoners seemed nicer than it probably actually was during WWI. There does not seem to be any hatred expressed towards one another but punishment was dwelt (dealt) within that it was their duty to try and escape or stop prisoners from escaping or wanting to escape. There does not seem to be any real animosity or intentional punishment. What surprised me was for a foreign film it represented not only the French and Germans, but the British and Russians as well. Yes, many of the prisons had nationalities mixed together but the fact that the four languages were spoken during the film was a surprise.At first I thought that the Germans had set fire to the crate filled with books that were sent to the Russians. Come to find out the Russians set fire to the books that were sent by the Czarina. The Russians had anticipated food and drink like the other prisoners had received, and in their dissatisfaction set the books on fire before looking through them or reading them. For all they knew there was items or information stuck between the pages.The French and British had better food since they were sent care packages of food from home. In many ways this would tend to have them treated better by the Germans since they also depended on the prisoners care packages. They showed loyalty and concern for each other using music as new soldiers entered the compounds those within would sing warnings to incoming soldiers to the camps. It would seem that although some may speak another language sometimes singing the words was harder to understand. Compassion for one another prisoner and guards. In one scene a guard gives a prisoner a harmonica while in solitary confinement. The harmonica was a piece of therapy to avoid insanity and quieted others. Mutual respect between those of the same class. Those with Nobel status were treated better by the Germans of noble status than those who earned it through meritocracy. Mutual admiration even if they were the enemy and trust between these two classes. Music is a reminder of their humanity towards each other and used as a protector to hide or reveal and remind each other of their common bonds.Music was also used for a distraction during the escape to make the Germans look in one spot rather than the real escape. There remains a mutual respect between the French officer and the German Commandant due to their class due to birth relations. Even up to the French officers attempt at escape. The German Commandant provides warning prior to shooting.

Chris L (kr) wrote: The script feels like a preliminary draft. The plot sets up nicely as a political, ethically challenging film, but rapidly devolves. Many of the characters seem to act irrationally; much of the dialog feels poorly thought out, portraying antagonists in particular as irrational buffoons. The CG is impressive, minus the lack of motion blur; fast robotic actions are rendered sharp frame to frame, creating choppy motions. This film's semi-saving grace may be that the robots are portrayed as interesting, misunderstood creatures. Their behavior is fascinating to watch, but it just doesn't carry the film. The ending parallels the protagonist's random flashbacks, but has nothing to do with the actual plot. There's loose ends all over the place. Automata is worth checking out, but don't expect a resolute ending.

Courtney K (mx) wrote: are all of David Lynch's movies weird? the only other Lynch film i've seen is Eraserhead, and boy, i don't think i'll ever forget that one. this one was also very random and confusing - i assume there's a deeper meaning somewhere in all of it, just as i'm sure there is in Eraserhead as well... but i don't really have an inclination to watch this one over again to find out. however, i'll definitely be revisiting Eraserhead in the future.

Jeffrey R (ca) wrote: Wasn't bad, it did miss something, but it wasn't bad

David W (kr) wrote: Dr.Seuss would roll in his grave!