Weak Spot

Weak Spot

Greece 1974 - during the brutal era of the military government, and innocent tourist manager (Ugo Tognazzi) is accused of being a member of the illegal resistance movement. Two secret agents (Michel Piccoli and Mario Adorf) are bringing the innocent victim to Athens. During their trip, their car breaks down, and they're stopping in a small village. From now on, everybody is fighting against each other, and a psychological cat-and mouse-play is starting...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   prison,  

Greece 1974 - during the brutal era of the military government, and innocent tourist manager (Ugo Tognazzi) is accused of being a member of the illegal resistance movement. Two secret agents (Michel Piccoli and Mario Adorf) are bringing the innocent victim to Athens. During their trip, their car breaks down, and they're stopping in a small village. From now on, everybody is fighting against each other, and a psychological cat-and mouse-play is starting... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Josh E (de) wrote: Never much liked Indian movies. Not my kind of aesthetic or narrative tone.

Betsy K (ru) wrote: I have seen this film and I am sooooo going to see it again because I think its: fresh, bright, very sad at some points also very funny its Scottish and I think its a brilliant love film I personally would give it 5 stars even if its had 1 star and bad reviews I looked at the film not bad but a really good film so go and see it see what you think about it!!!!

Jorge Eduardo S (gb) wrote: D+. Throught its a guessing thriller film, that makes audience questions like ,What happens when the dark consumes you?, Where do you go?, but the end is high-fived in all your face.

(br) wrote: oooooooooooooooooolsen.

Chantal B (it) wrote: Y....y....y....just...why

Matthew D (kr) wrote: Many of Gilliam's films are about using imagination to escape the troubles of real life; Tideland is the strongest example of the need for that. Yet while the reality here is too grim for comfort and lacking the light relief of his other works, the only entertainment is some very black comedy, the director succeeds far better than elsewhere in putting the audience in the lead's head. And it's very refreshing for that to be a young girl who solace not in a gender-swapped boy's adventure or a sugar-coated fairy-tale but in her own world that's sometimes sweet and gentle, other times bitter and fierce, but never weak or stupid. This isn't, however, enough reward for how the proceedings are stretched thin over two hours and are often unnecessarily uncomfortable to watch.

Aaron W (nl) wrote: What a busy week! School is finished, finally. I took my last final this morning and didn't do as well as I would have liked. In truth, I screwed up and lost my notes for the first half of the semester and it was a comprehensive exam. So I'll probably take my first B ever, in computer science of all things. Oh well. ----- Someone asked me out today. That doesn't happen often to any guy (I think), but especially not to me. I'm not bad looking or anything, but most people I meet don't seem to share my interests. As it turns out, I really do like this person, and have all semester. In fact, we did share some chemistry at one point, but I didn't pursue it. As you can expect, I'm quite happy about this event. Even though I liked her, everytime I considered making another move, I just thought about how much trouble relationships are, so I decided to do nothing. So, we'll see how it goes. ----- I really hate this time of year for film. In fact, I think I prefer the very beginning of the year just after Oscar season, because there are all the late season holdovers, plus all the great foreign releases. April seems to be more of a transitionary period for all film. The good summer releases seem to come in the middle of the season, mainstream and indie alike, and that seems to be the case this year. There are three films playing at the downtown Landmark theatre that I have a slight interest in seeing, but it probably won't happen in the theatre. Those are [b]Crimson Gold[/b], [b]James' Journey to Jerusalem[/b], and [b]The Return[/b]. There's nothing else playing in the city that I want to see, so maybe I'll start making a dent in my Netflix queue. ----- Movies I've seen lately: Somehow, even with it being finals week, I've managed to see a lot of film. I'll have to stretch this into two entries just to get the ratings in. [b]3 Women (1977)[/b] - When Robert Altman is on, he's one of my favorite directors. He creates such vivid characters and gets great performances. Plus, he can write and I respect that he's bold enough to attempt longer takes and his films benefit as a result. Of course, he still is the director of Dr. T and the Women, along with Pret-a-Porter, but we'll try to forget that for now. 3 Women just got Criterion treatment, luckily for us (and me). Shelley Duvall's character of Millie was exquisite! She was a pathetic, lost soul, who talks and talks, and is completely oblivious to how inconsequential she is to the rest of the world. She won at Cannes and I can understand why. [b]Shaolin Soccer (2004): [/b]A lot of fun. Cheesy fun, really. This is the Chinese equivalent of an American Scary Movie, but it's much better executed, funnier, and just overall very well done. I don't like how Miramax tampered with the film by inserting English signs and cutting it more for Western audiences. Give us the film as is, and let us figure it out. [b]Stuck on You (2003): [/b]Better than I expected, and one of the better Farrelly movies in recent years. [b]Rhinoceros Eyes (2004): [/b]This was the first feature for Madstone Films, who also owns a theatre chain. It was a DV film, shot by newcomer Aaron Woodley, starring Michael Pitt as an idiot. It was alright, a little too artistic for my tastes, and there wasn't a good enough screenplay to back it up. [b]The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)[/b]: This was probably the coolest experience of the week. I saw this at the theatres with a 3-piece live band that scored the film. They were sort of instrumental indie-rock, shoegaze, with a goth twist. They sounded a bit like Sigur Ros. They did a great job with the film, and it was far better than usual as a result. Just an overall good time. I saw a couple other films, but I'm tired of writing, so maybe I'll finish this tomorrow.

Andrew U (ca) wrote: An alright film. Quirky and at times pretty twisted.

ArYa DarMa D (fr) wrote: 4,5/5 Ratings for Raging BullF:97%R:3 %Drama 40% Sport 60%

Kato H (au) wrote: A Great Old Time Comedy! Jack is Great in his acting! What he's known for! Amazed to See Christopher Lloyd, Danny Devito & John Belushi as side kicks! Its a good Saturday Nite Flick to watch!

Richard D (fr) wrote: A marvelously constructed film. Also a fairly dull film, entirely due to it's purpose as a propaganda film. It's essentially 2 hours of speeches by Nazi officials including the big man himself and people marching up and down the square. If somebody made a beautifully constructed film of the Republican National Convention, your interest in it can only ultimately be as deep as your interest in watching 2 solid hours of Republican politicians give speeches. This is a beautifully constructed film of a Nazi convention.

Eduardo B (jp) wrote: More on the funny rather than the scary side.

Christopher B (ca) wrote: Always a pleasure to watch Walter Brennan.

Kenneth L (ag) wrote: Typical story of a pair of "odd couple" law enforcement officers working together. But the star duo really sell it, and I laughed quite a bit.

Chris R (ru) wrote: There is nothing offensively bad about this movie. It's just an average, cookie cutter family dramedy. The one stand out from this film is Meryl Streep of course. She once again gives an excellent peformance and absolutely melts into a character who is otherwise rather unlikable. The plot is predictable, all of the characters are one dimensional, and the ending is cheesy. However, this is NOT a bad movie. I recommend this to anyone over the age of 50 and to anyone who is bored on a Tuesday night.

RiP M (kr) wrote: Ironic title reflects on what a prospective career could be: is it a job, a concept, an aspiration or unattainable? A dreamy outback epic.

Greg D (gb) wrote: Jennifer Lopez couldn't be more charming, but 'Maid in Manhattan' is formulamatic and predictable.

Jamie B (de) wrote: An important film to watch, discuss, and absorb.