This time, Kapa and Pepe are first of all prisoners of war – and convicts taken to forced labor service, Jews, Hungarian soldiers, German soldiers. Once they are to be executed, then again they are to perform executions. The film tells in spectacular episodes about the fact that in the past more than one century and a half we kept marching from war to war; occupation and liberation turned out to be indifferent, and why couldn’t the Jews execute the SS-guys? Our heroes hover about dilapidated barracks, then again on the bridges of the capital they guess whose satellites or eternal friends for all times we might be just now. In the cupboard, among the preserved fruit bottles, Stalin is still hiding. The authors of the film are cited before court, then in a showcase hospital they are waiting for the end to come. A Soviet soldier-maid closes the film with a Péter Nádas-quote. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wake Up, Mate, Don't You Sleep
- Stars:Jeetendra, Hema Malini, Om Shivpuri, Ranjeet, Kader Khan, Parveen Babi, Vijay Arora, Asrani, Ildikó Tóth, Zoltán Mucsi, Péter Scherer, András Hajós, Miklós Jancsó, András Elek, Gyula Hernádi, Béla Fesztbaum, Balázs Galkó, József Kiss, Sára Levendel, András Lovasi, István Márton, Attila Rácz, Judit Schell,
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jesse k (de) wrote: I just bought this at Walmart! Looks like it's gonna be a good one!
Olly H (ca) wrote: unter durschnitt thriller...muss man nicht sehen
Julian C (ru) wrote: bizarre imageries of the original manga well translated onto the film format
Nicholas Lope D (br) wrote: Movie is too much talk.
Liisa L (ca) wrote: Surprisingly, Sulevi Peltola plays a small role in it. Taavi Eelmaa is the best part of the film.
Ayonna L (us) wrote: it shows hiw harsh life really is,
Dusty L (ca) wrote: 42% on my Tomatometer.
Steve W (ag) wrote: If there is anyone in the world who are more frenemies, its director Werner Herzog and actor Klaus Kinski. Living together for three months in their youth, Herzog would go on to work with Klaus for 5 films, and some of their fights would end with death threats and literally trying to kill each other. The movie is fun and light and definitely gives you some background into the guerilla filmmaking and dealing with troubled and talented diva actors. You just threaten them with death in the middle of nowhere.
Bill B (ag) wrote: Finally got to check out this exploitation classic after picking up the Arrow UK DVD awhile back, and I can happily say that ti was worth the wait. Sleazy and fun, this one hits all of the right notes as Linda Blair goes apeshit crazy on a revenge spree after her sister is gang-raped by gang-members at the beginning of the film.Recommended.
Edith N (ru) wrote: No, but I'm Gonna! There are probably people who think it is hypocritical to simultaneously condemn the mass media for pretending that bisexuality doesn't exist and for ending every story about a lesbian relationship (or as near to every story as to make no difference!) with one of the women arm-in-arm with a man. (Yes, this is a spoiler, but it's a spoiler that I saw coming before I turned on the movie and certainly before we got to the end.) The issue is that these movies play lesbianism as a phase that some girls go through, not the way they are and the kind of life they're always going to lead. I don't dispute that I've known women--or, more accurately, teenaged girls--who did the "bi because it's fashionable" thing for a couple of years in high school or college. However, I have known a lot more who are still not attracted to men, ten or twenty years later. This gets into the whole weird straight-men-watching-lesbian-porn thing, which most women don't understand, either. Chris Cahill (Mariel Hemingway) is a hurdler. She catches the eye of Tory Skinner (Patrice Donnelly), who is pretty sure that, with the right coaching, Chris could make the 1980 Olympic track team. Oh, also, she starts sleeping with Chris. But she and Chris convince the Cahill family, including her father (Larry Pennell) and coach, but Tory's coach, Terry Tingloff (Scott Glenn), is a harder sell. However, when he finally deigns to give Chris a chance, he discovers that she really is that good. He sees her dedication to Tory as being a bad thing--not because Tory is a woman but because Tory is a distraction. Both women put their focus and drive into the sport and each other. Then, Terry decides that Chris needs to be a pentathlete, like Tory, and things get even more complicated. They are already in the process of breaking up when Chris takes some training advice from Tory--and dislocates her knee. And while she's recovering, she meets Denny Stites (Kenny Moore). Almost all the actors in this movie were actually athletes. Jodi Anderson, who played Nadia "Pooch" Anderson in the film, actually won the event in the real world that is the climax of this film. (And, of course, had to deal with the disappointment that the characters experienced; the film had to be rewritten when the US boycotted the 1980 Olympics!) The only three I'm sure were professional actors were Hemingway, Glenn, and Jim Moody, who played assistant coach Roscoe Travis and who was also in [i]Fame![/i] as the drama teacher. It was actually kind of surprising, because I thought they were better actors than athletes usually are. Then again, all a lot of them really had to do was what they did anyway--run, jump, and so forth. It's a lot easier to get away with using athletes in a sports film than in any other kind of film, I guess. After all, they don't even really have to act, for the most part. Anderson gets maybe a dozen lines. I was disturbed, however, by a lot of the casual prejudice in the film. It isn't just that a coach tells an athlete whom he knows was in a long-term homosexual relationship a crude joke about a gay stereotype, though that's certainly part of it. There's also a fairly awful dirty joke that is also extremely racist. I don't feel I know enough to specify exactly where all this comes from, though. Is it the fact that the film was released in 1982? I don't have a lot of memories of prejudices in that era (I turned six that year), but I've consumed a lot of culture from that era and believe that it was considerably more prejudiced that would be acceptable now. It is possible, too, that it's the hazard of being in a small, insular group. I don't want to claim that "all jocks" believe any one thing any more than I want to claim that, well, all Chinese people have "slant eyes and buck teeth," but it is well established that the more you connect with your friends, the easier it is to look down on people outside the group. I understand why this movie is a Classic of Gay Cinema (TM). Literally no one in the movie judges Chris for having been in a relationship with Tory. Terry does judge her for how she's letting it control the rest of her life--he believes that it's detrimental to her athletics, which he considers more important. However, I get the impression that he'd act the same way if Denny were the one causing problems. What's pleasing is that Denny doesn't seem to care, either. It's hard to keep track of time in this movie, but it starts with the trials for the 1976 Olympic team and ends with trials for what is, let's face it, an honourary position on an Olympic team four years later that wasn't going anywhere. Chris and Tory were together for most of the time between those two. Denny doesn't care, because what matters to him is that Chris is faithful to him now. I like that attitude, even if I dislike the fact that she ends up with Denny in the first place.
Sandeep S (de) wrote: An interesting adaptation of a Western film in urban settings reflecting the westernized culture that came in so predominantly in the 1970's in India.Vinod Khanna is at his brilliant best and his machismo blends superbly into the film, Feroz Khan is also equally intriguing and wistfully gives a matured performance. The main attention of the film however is non other then the uber sexy Zeenat Aman, who sizzles in two very popular, evergreen numbers, the first one being the disco groove number 'Aap Jaisa Koi' and the other being 'Laila Main Laila' (really, no actress can ever match the senusonous and smouldering sexyness that Zeenat possesses.) The action also doesn't disappoint, and there's a leg-breaking scene that's surprisingly intense.
Emmy S (de) wrote: Fantastic artwork with the most hopeless ending.
Calvin C (us) wrote: There is absolutely no plot, just mermaids, bikers, and half naked teenagers dancing and singing their way through life. That is why I had a fun time watching this silly comedy. Grade: B-
Arslan K (mx) wrote: The meme scene is the only cool scene.