What Remains of Us

What Remains of Us

A Tibetan immigrant returns to her home country to witness the Chinese occupation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:77 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English,Tibetan,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:buddhism,   china,   monk,  

A Tibetan-Canadian returns to her homeland to smuggle a secret message from the Dalai Lama and to document the occupation and cultural genocide of Tibet by China. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What Remains of Us torrent reviews

Darcey Louise P (de) wrote: Grint and Sheehan both play really strong characters, brilliant film!

Waleed A (mx) wrote: great discovery story. very suspenseful with a unique premise. (3 viewings)

Geordie S (de) wrote: Johnny Strong is the star and Sean Patrick Flanery has a small role. A superhero cop who can't die, and has a troubled past. Not bad action movie.

Johnny W (nl) wrote: A very intriguing and funny as hell comedy in the tradition of "Swingers". Writer/Director/Star Jon Favreau and Producer/Star Vince Vaughn shine in this dark comedy.

Lucas Y (ru) wrote: Frequency is a movie you can relax, turn your brain off and enjoy multiple times. Loved it when it first came out and when it was on tv this weekend I made sure to revisit and enjoyed just as much. Quaid and Caveziel are awesome.

Martin D (au) wrote: An uneven but entertaining blend of graphic horror and black comedy from John Landis, very much in the mode of the director's successful An American Werewolf in London. French actress Anne Parillaud -- star of Luc Besson's acclaimed thriller La Femme Nikita -- plays Marie, a lithe and lovely vampire with a conscience who will not take "innocent blood" and maintains a low profile by dining exclusively on criminals and lowlifes. She finds a virtual smorgasbord in Pittsburgh's criminal underworld, arriving in the thick of a bloody mob war sparked by ruthless kingpin Sal Macelli (Robert Loggia). After preying on one of Macelli's hoods (Chazz Palminteri), Marie fumbles her attack on the boss himself and he manages to escape, eventually transforming into a vampire himself. Macelli soon comes to appreciate his new superhuman condition and hatches a diabolical scheme to control the syndicates by turning his underlings into vampires -- including his beleaguered lawyer, Emmanuel Bergman (Don Rickles). Marie, faced with a new and powerful undead enemy, is forced to take matters into her own claws. To this end she enlists the reluctant aid (and eventual affection) of undercover cop Joe Gennaro (Anthony LaPaglia), whose cover has just been leaked to the press, making him a target for Macelli and his growing army of blood drinkers. Landis has crafted a dark and brooding film, pumped up with bouts of extreme gore and gangland violence -- but where American Werewolf's occasional comic touches helped to ground the story and give the "straight" horror scenes more punch, most attempts at humor here seem jarring and out of place. The film's highlights come from numerous horror in-jokes, including cameos from Sam Raimi, Clive Barker, Dario Argento and Linnea Quigley; Rickles' explosive death scene ranks among the weirdest in cinema history.

David R (nl) wrote: This film sucked the sweat off of a dead reindeer's ball sack and spits it back in your face in the form of smelly ice sickles that pierce your skull and causes great agony. Only see this film if you like pain...DEEP PAIN!

Bheema D (au) wrote: Nostalgia, nostalgia, nostalgia - if it is that which tugs at your heartstrings greatly, then this film is more than suitable for you. If you find that sentiment corny (meaning, you are inhuman) then there's not too much else that will make you think this film saved.

Laura Z (us) wrote: Una peli que muestra que tan facil es usar a los hombres, jajaja

Nilufer R (jp) wrote: I said I wasn't interested, why do I change my mind, a mystery. The movie was dull, uninteresting, depressing. The only thing worth seeing was Lucy Liu. Other than that, total waste of time. I can definetely say I'm not a Jeremy Northam fan either.

George H (it) wrote: This is a really great movie for people who like jazz,set in paris in the 50's it tells the tale of two struggling jazz musicians falling in love and falling apart.great performances by Poitier and Newman.

Frank S (mx) wrote: The BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!