Sotiris is a police investigator in Athens who lives by a strict moral code. An honest man, he carries himself as though held down by the weight of the world. Dora is a cleaning lady, struggling to get by any way she can. Dealt a rough hand in life, she has developed a rich layer of cynicism and mistrust that informs her every action. When a man Sotiris believes is innocent is arrested for a brutal crime, his attempt to uncover the truth results in a grave mistake. Finding himself on the other side of the law for the first time, he places his fate in Dora, the only witness to his malfeasance and the only person who can help him, for better or for worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sotiris is a police interrogator. One day he decides to pardon every poor person to whom life has been cruel. Intending to save an innocent soul, he goes as far as to commit a crime. Dora, ...
You may also like
Unfair World torrent reviews
Dana K (kr) wrote: this is the life if many woman and it's a great movie to help with strength
Robby C (kr) wrote: what a mess of a human being personally destroying Cream and Blind Faith. What a nut job genius drummer.
Adam T (au) wrote: "I respect him as a drummer but not as a person"- this quote at the beginning of the film very aptly sums up the divisive talent that Ginger Baker is. With Cream, his ferocious, prodigious drumming was at the epicentre of the band's brew of heavy psychadelic blues. Throughout his career though, this jazz-influenced drummer's substance abuse was notorious and he seemed to alienate most of the people he worked with. It's a unique documentary that doesn't seek to glorify the subject, just present the facts and allow us to make up our own minds.
Lewis L (ca) wrote: Memorable, but feels a bit biased
Will L (fr) wrote: 'Teeth' is a cringe-inducing horror-comedy from which you simply can't look away. It has a lot to say about society's male-driven view of sex, and subverts it with horrific results.
Private U (ca) wrote: i cry from laughing when i watch that movie
Eric R (kr) wrote: Tight Spot opens to a group of detectives escorting a witness to trial. The cops reassure the witness that he is safe, but given the suspenseful atmosphere which the photography and score provide, we know this just isn't the case. As they ascend the stairwell, the witness is gunned down. Tight Spot is a noir suspense film that follows a former model (Ginger Rogers) whom is brought out of prison to testify against what we are told is the one of the biggest crime bosses the country has seen. She is put into protective custody in a nice hotel with a policeman named Vince (Brian Keith) as her primary protection.Most of the film takes place in this single location as the DA (Edward G Robinson) and Vince try to convince her to testify. This film really succeeds because of fantastic script which slowly unravels plot points and character development smoothly with it never feeling out of place. Ginger and Vince begin to fall for one and other, which is really what drives the story. The dialogue is rather witty and there are some really great scenes between the street tough Ginger, and Vince. There is some action but for the most part Karlson relies on the suspense and tension between the three central characters to keep us interested, and for the most part it does. Great ending.
David W (ag) wrote: The movie that made me realize why everybody loves baseball in the first place