Hallstein og Sissel bor sammen med foreldrene på et småbruk i en liten bygd. Denne vårnatten skal de for første gang være alene hjemme mens foreldrene er i begravelse i en annen bygd. Det ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hallstein og Sissel bor sammen med foreldrene på et småbruk i en liten bygd. Denne vårnatten skal de for første gang være alene hjemme mens foreldrene er i begravelse i en annen bygd. Det ...
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Emily A (jp) wrote: The ending was moving. The writing was pretty sloppy other than that. The acting was okay.
Emmilia K (gb) wrote: I thought it was a very beautyful movie. Just wish it would have had an happy end.
Josh S (gb) wrote: I question what Zelker really wanted to raise out of people through this film, but this film raises some really good questions. Definitely for mature audiences, InSearchOf digs unrelentingly deep into the hedonism of a large group of interrelated people, depicting causal relationships and unintended consequences. Though not a uniform piece of art (with some irregular scene changes and some inconsistency of technique), the urgency and relevance of the message are hard to miss. If you are capable of critically analysis (not crude gratification), watch this.
Tamara T (ag) wrote: After viewing "The Accountant" -- the fabulous, award-winning short film from the production team known as Ginny Mule pictures -- I had high expectations for this, their first full-length movie. I have to say that it disappointed me just a little. The film dragged in parts; I couldn't decide if I liked the title character, or cared about her or not. However, the film does feature some GREAT music, and an interesting Southern touch. Overall, I'd consider it a film worth watching.
Stellayy L (fr) wrote: the dancing is beautiful, the movie/story is a complete waste of time...
Jim W (au) wrote: They should have just stuck with the book. The 1978 novel by Whitley Streiber, easily his best writing, was unique and frightening. An advanced species of wolf, preying on the week and outcast of humanity for centuries comes into conflict with a couple of cops investigating an unwise killing by one of their young. The book keeps the reader tensely engaged right from the opening death of a cop by a young wolfen to the end. The movie, on the other hand, just plods woefully.Why is there a focus on security technology? What is up with the terrorist geopolitical themes? Why are all these needless elements added to a tight and rather original thriller-horror-cop-procedural story-line? You have a good couple of cop characters, scary advanced wolf predators, scenes set in urban ruins - why on earth mix other crap in?Maybe someone will do a remake, and stick closer to the book.
Kalil H (kr) wrote: Maybe it's just the nostalgia, but I really loved this.