In the conclusion of Axel Corti's trilogy (following God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore and Santa Fe) Freddy, a Viennese Jew who emigrated to New York after Hitler's invasion, and Adler, a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wohin und zurück - Teil 3: Welcome in Vienna
In the conclusion of Axel Corti's trilogy (following God Does Not Believe In Us Anymore and Santa Fe) Freddy, a Viennese Jew who emigrated to New York after Hitler's invasion, and Adler, a ...
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Wohin und zurück - Teil 3: Welcome in Vienna torrent reviews
Jack B (kr) wrote: I may be no expert on the realm of photography but this film is a marvel and a hopeful avenue for many into an interest/career in the subject on show, as well as a remarkable document of the fullness of just one place over the course of (relatively recent) history. Photography alone cannot make a film but this is far more than a photo album on screen, it's an involving film experience. Capture it as soon as possible.
Mongky M (es) wrote: A Belgian movie based on the Japanese manga drawn by Jir Taniguchi, whose many works have been well known in Europe, and recently he was conferred the 'Chevalier de l(TM)Ordre des Arts et des Lettres' (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters) decoration from France!The story tells about a mid-age man taking the wrong train which coincidentally took him to his birthplace. He finds himself being a teenager again and thrown back into the past in the critical time before his father's departure from the family. He must make some choices during this in order to change history.The Original manga version was wonderful, while in live-action version it is no doubt that there are constraints in hitting many details during the short one-and-a-half hour. However, the movie was fine, as good as it gets from a movie based on a book.
Kevin V (fr) wrote: It is flashy and entertaining, great Bollywood fun, and the stars are enchanting
Ako G (br) wrote: Very strange movie this one. The entire film is very confusing, You are constantly trying to understand what is happening. Wondering what path you are watching and which pieces fit together. But it feels like every scene is an important one, there are no unnecessary ones in Mr. Nobody. The runtime is long, but I was never bored or out of the moment.A stunning movie, with an incredible story that makes you think about what really happened and how it ended. It's no open end, but your mind has to work to comprehend it. Amazing.
Jennifer B (us) wrote: Was better than i thought & impressively did not cop out on the ending like so many movies do.
Adrian B (br) wrote: The same Akira Kurosawa's great "The Seven Samurai" was released, this extremely underrated work, with only ten reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, was released. "Sansho the Bailiff" is about a family that gets split up during time of political unrest in Japan. The father is the first to leave the family, in order to fight for his kingdom, while the mother and children escape. Unfortunately, the children and mother are also split up, with the children being sold into slavery and the other being sent to another land. The children are left to fight on their own, for which they spend at least ten years in a slavery camp, providing free services to the ruthless title character. Mainly told through the eyes of the children, it is a sad, beautiful movie that is intense, well-acted, stunningly photographed, and emotional stirring. The ending provides satisfaction and heartache. Once again, the Japanese film industry has released a film that should be considered among the greats.
Zachary B (fr) wrote: Funny comedy. Terrible movie.
Dave C (fr) wrote: What a piece of crap. Absolute waste of time. Got it on cable cuz nothing else on. I should have chewed aluminum foil for 85 minutes. Awful.
Marcio S (es) wrote: Anybody mentioned Oldboy?
Jerry F (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this thriller. It keeps you hooked all the way along. Well worth seeing.
Adam L (es) wrote: Slow at times (clearly intentionally), but Gregg Turkington's great.