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Tree Without Leaves

Haru, an aging scriptwriter, has isolated himself somewhere in the woods of Nagano to work on his first novel. As the last surviving member of his kin, he intends to chronicle the family he grew up in.

The story is based on that of Shindo's own childhood. The film goes backward and forward in time to the old age and early childhood of a man. Tree Without Leaves (落葉樹 Rakuyōju?) is a 1986 autobiographical film directed and written by Kaneto Shindo

Tree Without Leaves is the best great movie of Kaneto Shindô. This movie was introduced in 1986. There are many actors in this movies torrent, for example Keiju Kobayashi, Nobuko Otowa, Ichirô Zaitsu, Meiko Kaji, Kotoe Hatsui, Taiji Tonoyama, Bin Moritsuka, Rokko Toura, Yûno Sugawara, Tokiko Miyama, Mami Okamoto, M. Shôjo, Fumi Uesugi, Ken Apacchi, Tsuyoshi Naitô. There are many categories, such as Drama. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 8.2 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share this movies torrent to support us

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Users reviews


Brad K (au)

Rating based on childhood memory). Probably shouldn't because it might lower my rating. Haven't seen it since. I remember that it was shown at school at the end of the semester, just before Christmas break. I loved it as a kid


Geoff T (gb)

Liam Neeson is cool


iram A (ag)

. this is the great movie man


James S (jp)

A bit hard to follow, but after reading, fantastic plot, great political thriller and scary relavent for today


Jeremy S (kr)

Sutherland was brilliant suspenseful as well


Jessica R (fr)

I have seen it before I still love Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze~~~~~~


Johnny T (de)

or 3 stars). (Films that are rated 2. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. All of the supporting characters -- notably tubby Richard Griffiths as Tess's nurse and mousy Austin Pendleton as her chauffeur -- are thinly drawn, but neither MacLaine nor Cage leaves much room for anyone to overact. Most of "Guarding Tess" is mannered comedy, focused on the redoubtable MacLaine and the tensile Cage. It's so well done, it doesn't matter how dumb things get. What counts is the comic tension between MacLaine and Cage. While it's understandable that it was thought that Tess needed something more, that it couldn't go on merely being clever and fragile, this solution goes too far in the opposite direction. In its small way, however, it succeeds, thanks to director Hugh Wilson's light touch and the chemistry between leads Shirley MacLaine and Nicolas Cage. There are no big thrills, only gentle laughs in this light story by Hugh Wilson and Peter Torokvei (Wilson also directed). Like the role itself, Cage is clearly in service here to a fabled but fading star, and he seldom slips on that second banana


Kevin R (ru)

2 stars solely because the plane Pitt flew was awesome. Maybe I just wasn't in the right frame of mind for this type of movie. Regardless, the rest of the movie was depressing and left a bad taste in my mouth. 99. How artsy! If not on purpose, then Xbox owes me $4. Much of it is spoken in French which is completely fine but there were no subtitles! If this is on purpose, then I guess I am supposed to assume all of the French dialogue is inane, meaningless banter. The first 20 minutes or so of this movie pissed me off


matti j (ag)

the acting was pretty bad in this movie


Michael S (us)

Sasha is really a film about acceptance, sexual frustration, the generation gap, and the destructive nature of bigotry, and whilst it doesn't hit the emotional jugular it aims for, this is uplifting cinema with something worthwhile to say. There are also some brilliant visual gags, in particular Sasha's failed attempts at slamming doors. The visuals are clean and stylish, shot on location in Cologne, and though there are a few moments when yellows dominate the colour pallet (almost becoming monochromatic) this does not detract from the drama. To be critical, Sasha does have a tendency to become farcical, throwing off the dramady balance, but manages to keep at least one foot grounded in reality. The film doesn't condone his prejudices either, showing that parental love can be a complex notion. It would have been easy to demonise Sasha's father, but he is completely humanised as we understand his sacrifice. What I particularly responded to in Sasha was the compassion the filmmakers showed for all of the characters, embracing them warts and all. With the slightest eye movement, he is able to communicate pathos, and deliver the film's most powerful moments. Yvonne Yung Hee as his pseudo girlfriend, Jiao, is beautiful and strong, and though Sasha's father, played by Predrag Bjelac (Karkaroff in Goblet of Fire, to us Potter nerds) overdoes the comedic scenes, he handles the drama well. But performances are tops all round. He moves effortlessly from imploding chin (not since Toby Maguire in Spiderman have I seen so many layers) to stud, with apparent ease. Also worth a mention is the effective use of his malleable face. This could easily have been an irritatingly self-conscious performance, but Kekez grounds the film with his natural demeanour. What makes Sasha such a charming film is the enigmatic lead performance from newcomer Sascha Kekez, who balances teenage awkwardness and charisma with ease. Mixing teenage angst, hormonal lust and prejudice, things heat up in the pressure cooker of Sasha's life, and with subversive plotting, things boil in unexpected ways. Meanwhile, he is madly in love with his piano teacher, but due to his father's bigoted attitude towards homosexuality, attempts to conceal his true sexual orientation from his family. Being the son of humble migrant Montenegrins, Sasha is regularly reminded of the sacrifices his parents made for his classical piano training, with a lot riding on an audition for a prestigious music academy. Sasha follows the 19 year old title character, as his life in Cologne hits a critical intersection. Though the fresh and quirky coming of age dramedy, Sasha, bites off a little more than it can chew, it swallows down the most part without indigestion