Somewhere in the endless steppes of Central Asia lies a treasure. One man holds the key to it, a fragment of an ancient map. But in his restless quest, Charles isn't looking for fame or glory. He's looking for a way to heal his wounded soul. He's looking for love. Ulzhan felt it the first time she laid eyes on him.
- Stars:Philippe Torreton, Ayanat Ksenbai, David Bennent, Maximilien Muller, Olga Landina, Serguey Urimtchev, Andrei Passagenikov, Zhaina Abdieva, Marek Brodzki, Marhabat Sarkitpueva, Turakhan Sadykova, Vladimir Aryskin, Tanyrbergen Berdongarov, Shamshagui Mendiyarova, Zhaksybek Kurmanbekov,
- Country:Kazakhstan, Germany, France
- Director:Volker Schlöndorff,
- Writer:Jean-Claude Carrière (scenario), Jean-Marie Cambacérès (original idea), Regis Ghezelbash (original idea)
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Ulzhan torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: a typical save-the-day cop movie doing drug raids.. shooting and blowing up drug houses
(us) wrote: Kinda like The Hills Have Eyes only with cannibals. Really pretty good though.
(nl) wrote: Adorei o filme, muito muito bom! A estria linda demais apesar de triste e a trilha sonora maravilhosa! Adoro essa poca do Japo em que estria se passa!!!
(ru) wrote: ohhh snap when starfire kissies that randam boy my head was spining ): from cyborg lover
(de) wrote: i wanted to see this movie a long time ago...though i knew it was gonna suck...i didnt like it @ all...def disturbing....it reminded me of I Know Who Killed Me with Lindsey Lohan in it
(ag) wrote: Savage but pertinent depiction of post-apartheid South Africa.
(es) wrote: This is a fascinating movie and fascinating movie and clearly explains the tenets and philosophy of Terror Management Theory.
(us) wrote: Amusing and great that it does not end in a predictable manner.It does feel a bit dated though, but I guess you get that on films from this far back. I just love that watching films from this time remind me how far technology has come.
(de) wrote: " Shame he wasn't Japanese. He might've enjoyed his hara-kiri. "
(us) wrote: I tried to give this film a chance. But it just didn't resonate with me.
(ag) wrote: The first of Bergman's trilogy about the absence of God, and maybe its best. The disintegration of a woman's mind and the family's collapse make great drama and provide a potent setting for Bergman's thoughts. Andersson's performance is one of his best.
(fr) wrote: You have to love this Irene Dunne performance here even if it borders on the overly sentimental. You hope that you have people around you that are as interesting as those who stop in to visit this San Francisco family.