About forming first collective-farms in Estonia in 1940-s and class-fight in the countryside. Starring unforgettable opera singer Georg Ots. A pretty good example of a Soviet propaganda film. No cinematographic value. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
About forming first collective-farms in Estonia in 1940-s and class-fight in the countryside. Starring unforgettable opera singer Georg Ots. A pretty good example of a Soviet propaganda film. No cinematographic value.
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Brian C (jp) wrote: Entertaining, but certainly not great. The mystery of the Wolf was intriguing, and the characters of the criminally insane were quite good, but the acting of the main character (who was also director) was really lacking. Also, seeing two WWE wrestlers and a side character from Buffy was pretty neat.Medium Raw just didn't gel together well. The ideas were there (and very good ideas too), the characters were interesting (although some acting was suspect), and the setting was top notch. Too many times it felt like the actors were acting instead of being the characters.Still worth watching though. Nothing beats an asylum movie.
Stphane S (ag) wrote: Meme si l'interpretation releve le niveau plus que bas d'une intrigue telephonee et plombee de lieux communs, c'est vraiment pas genial!
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Joshua L (us) wrote: I enjoyed the acting, the music and some of the visuals a hell of a lot but the story needed 2 be pushed further.
Landen C (nl) wrote: The entire time I kept trying to think of a cool way to update this film instead of actually watching and getting into it. Definitely seems like a film that Tarantino has pulled from once or twice.
Fil A (jp) wrote: A solid Proto-Noir. Not particularly spectacular but interesting enough. Most notable as part of the link between Film Noir and it's expressionist roots. In some ways it comes off as a little "hokey", but it has it's moments (Peter Lorre being the main one).
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Katie W (kr) wrote: such a powerful start with such a bad finish. although it is not what you may expect towards the end, it doesn't have enough power to balance out the sincere emotion in the beginning. Anthony Mackie does play an amazingly powerful role and matthew mcanhey, is always so quirky. I love him!.