Todas las canciones hablan de mí

Todas las canciones hablan de mí

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Film that revolves around the theme of love, but this time under the premise of a boy who tries to forget a girl, a story far more difficult to bear, especially when the girl you just separated from comes back again in each of the memories of your past and you feel that "all the love songs talk about me" . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Johnny K (ru) wrote: The title's kind of funny. I'll give you that :D

Akhil A (mx) wrote: A very creative film based on a very interesting topic and a very nice treatment. .

Arin D (kr) wrote: The new Austrian cinema, following on the footsteps of Haneke, is searing, cynical and dark: two of its auteurs are Gotz Spielmann (see my review of 'Antares') and Ulrich Siedl (this film). They make you hate the diseased corpse of the West, riven with its contradictions and its post-millennial malaise. In this film, two countries exchange characters like body fluids: an underpaid nurse and single mother escapes from a decaying town in Ukraine to Vienna, where she takes menial jobs, but somehow keeps her composure and fleetingly finds (and loses) hope. Eventually she finds work as a cleaner in a hospital for the elderly. An unemployed Austrian man follows his stepfather to Ukraine to install pinball machines and tries to escape from his life. Around those two experiences, the film alternates, and there hangs its trope of 'Import/Export'.There is a lot that is ugly in this film, and its exploitation of the old, senile patients as filmed - its unclear whether they are real or acting - is not easy to see. This film is no different from previous New Austrian attempts to dissect post-modernity, but it does extend its jaundiced eye to Ukraine, east from that apparent capital of despair, Vienna. I just want to list the dominant themes: in the East - imploded post-Soviet cities, the declining quality of life, pornography (the export of Eastern European female sexuality), the squalor of the gypsies. In the West, the moral vacuum, the squalor of immigrant life, and the farming out of the elderly to death camps (old age homes). These latter are places where the young are interned in thankless, degrading jobs - closely watching and watched by the old people there to die. The young come from the east to Vienna seeking jobs and dignity. The old in the hospitals of the West just want to die with dignity. Cheerful? No. Necessary? You bet. This film perhaps was a bit too exploitative of misery to be truly profound - life really isn't always so brutal. Needless to say it has no conclusive ending, and no glimmer of hope. Life just grinds on. I need a break.

Private U (de) wrote: I never get tired of this film. Apparently I am quite funny to watch while I am rocking out to the music by Crosby, Stills, and Nash.

Lionel J (jp) wrote: Love this "Love @ first sight!

THAT1IZOLYTHAT1TILTHEYLEAVE T (au) wrote: i know you see usher in the pic i didnt get to finish watchen dis cuz my cable went out cuz it waz rainin but i do know dey cuss a lot

Jennifer S (it) wrote: I am a sucker for these dramatic movies by Zhang Yimou. It was really good but it was a little bit too spell out. I think he doubted the audience's ability to remember things or make certain connections. But overall, it is very similar to Raise the Red Lantern in it's slow pace and beautiful visuals.

Sunil J (ag) wrote: Wow. This is not the best movie but it's such a fun silly movie. I love the rivalry between Mrs. Nefler and and Velda.

Shantel D (de) wrote: One of my favorite movies made from a fabulous book. I am not typically a fan of anime, but this is great.

xGary X (nl) wrote: An Iraqi army conscript is forced to become the body double of Saddam Hussein's psychotic son and finds himself losing his identity as he drowns in a sea of depravity and murder. There have already been a slew of projects based on the Iraq war and The Devil's Double is an interesting film in that it shows the other side of the conflict, to some extent at least. Dominic Cooper makes a decent fist of playing both the pampered, debauched and sadistic member of the Iraqi elite and his moral, working class impersonator who is appalled by the behaviour of those who rule. Sort of a bizarre cross between such diverse stories as The Prisoner Of Zenda, The Last King Of Scotland and Scarface, the excesses and violence of The Devil's Double are counterpointed by the even more bizarre fact that it is actually a true story. I think it would have been better for the greater context of the life of ordinary Iraqis of the time but it still makes for a shocking and brutal journey through the looking glass into Saddam's world.

Steve C (au) wrote: Greatest movie of all time