Zingarina arrives in Transylavania, accompanied by her close friend Marie and her guide and interpreter Luminitsa. She is not there only to visit this region of Romania but to trace her lover Milan, a musician who has made her pregnant and who left her without a word of explanation. When she finds him back, he brutally rejects her and Zingarina is terribly upset. She leaves her two companions and having become a wreck she hardly survives by following a wandering little girl. Her destiny changes for the best when she meets Tchangalo, a traveling trader...
- Stars:Chloë Sevigny, Stephen Rea, Lou Doillon, Dallas Roberts, JR Bourne, William B. Davis, Gabrielle Rose, Asia Argento, Amira Casar, Birol Ünel, Alexandra Beaujard, Marco Castoldi, Bea Palya, Marina Boldizsac, Rares Budileanu, Nicolae Cristache, Florin Estefan, Gabor, Simion Lupu, Cornel Reileanu, Mariana Rus, Anton Tauf,
- Director:Tony Gatlif,
- Writer:Tony Gatlif
Zingarina, who is two-month pregnant, travels from France to Transylvania with her friend Marie to seek out her lover Milan Agustin that was deported from France. They hire the guide and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: pretty stupid horror movie
(kr) wrote: You, Me and Dupree, mirroring a variety of previously executed wisecracking compositions, moseys along a beaten path with a sweeping comedic climate that is neither boring or offensive, but could be construed as stale, predictable, and remiss. Taking him for who he is, Owen Wilson's sweet-nature and his laid back approach to comedy may distract from this mediocre film's even tenor long enough to make the experience tolerable. To be fair, there exists some worthwhile compensatory qualities and Wilson is one of them.[D+] -- 50%
(mx) wrote: Hilareusement mauvais !
(us) wrote: great movie loved it
(gb) wrote: No, it certainly doesn't pack nearly the sort of wallop that the preceding films did but I still had a really good time watching it.
(us) wrote: this is a good movie, its really different. its a true story too so thats cool to know!
(us) wrote: This has to be one of the best documentaries I've seen to date on Voudoun. I can't believe this movie was so beautifully shot so long ago with such an open mind and understanding. I loved it. If you are looking for a how-to-guide to voodoo, then this is not the film for you. Also, if you are looking to be freaked out or scared, this is not for you. This is a true anthropological documentary that removes all stereotypes and myths to show the real religion.
(es) wrote: i love Debbie Harry in this movie!
(nl) wrote: "Siberiade" is an admirable celebration of a land and its people told in roughly ten year increments that each begin with a character arriving from the outside world and end with a character departing from parts unknown from an isolated village. As the village stays pretty much the same over the decades, as symbolized by the Eternal Old Man, the outside world is constantly changing. The story begins with a bang in the 1960's before flashing back to the 1910's as Anafasy is futilely trying to build a road to nowhere that occasionally interferes with his drinking. That leaves his son Kolya alone with an escaped revolutionary, Rodin, who is eventually recaptured by soldiers but not before he helps the boy build an ice boat and inspires his politically. Ten years later, Kolya has grown into a young man, helping his father and learns that the Czar has been forced out. This is not really big news since the new boss is the same as the old boss.
(it) wrote: Small time nightclub singer Joey Evans (Sinatra) wants to hit a bigger joint, and ropes in wealthy socialite and ex-performer Vera Simpson (Hayworth) into financing his dream nightclub. As his goal ends up becoming a reality, sexy but good-natured performer Linda English (Novak) enters into his life-- and his heart-- which angers the newly smitten Vera. "Pal Joey" is one of the most underrated musicals of the '50's, if not of all time. Filmed in eye-popping Technicolor, instead of being just another run- of- the- mill musical, "Pal Joey" features some of the biggest songs of the decade, including "The Lady is a Tramp", "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered", "My Funny Valentine" and more. But it's done with such style and grace that the film ends up being top-notch without having tons of show-stopping numbers other movies of the same genre have endured. Plus, we get a Golden Globe winning performance by Sinatra, great acting from newly famous Kim Novak, and a diabolical performance by the slowly fading Rita Hayworth in her last great movie. "Pal Joey" is one of the quintessential Frank Sinatra musicals that should be rated more highly in the big movie book of best musicals. Recommended.