Artist Yumeji has gained fame and recognition for his skills at painting as well as notoriety for his untamed lifestyle. Despite his betrothal to a beautiful and timid young woman of high birth, his libido turns to his many female models. Despite this freedom from constraint, his lust and artistic sentiment cause him nothing but an increasing awareness of the elusive embodiment of true Beauty. While traveling he encounters a mesmerizing widow who relentlessly searches for her husband's body in the nearby lake, believing him killed at the hands of a ferocious roaming bandit. Infatuated with her beauty, he feigns to help her look for the corpse, only to unlock the mystery himself thereby sending him to further depths of debauchery and despair. This is the third and final film in director Suzuki Seijun's critically acclaimed Taisho Trilogy.
Yumeji is a 1991 independent Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki. It is a semi-fictional account of poet and painter Takehisa Yumeji. It also forms the final part of Suzuki's Taishō Roman Trilogy, preceded by Zigeunerweisen (1980) and Kagero-za (1981), surrealistic psychological dramas and ghost stories linked by style, themes and the Taishō period (1912-1926) setting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kimberly K (de) wrote: not your average love story. very funny and cute.
Brian L (mx) wrote: There is no way this gang of idiots could have pulled off this convoluted revenge plot. It is also almost impossible to understand the babbling dialogue in thick british accents unless you were born there. If you watch this you'll laugh every time you see a crossbow.
Donna T (it) wrote: Incredible story-telling about an all too common dilemma for those trapped in uninspired relationships. After viewing many first-time directoral movies, Charles Murray shines in this debut with an accomplished cast that executes this important commentary beautifully! I love how it captures a piece of reality that does not fit into the stereotypical black images that we see so much of on the big screen. Hollywood need pay attention.
David R (gb) wrote: Not as funny or great as I thought it would be!
James B (br) wrote: Well it has The Dawson and a sea monster so that's pretty cool. The film is a bit lacking though.
(de) wrote: once again, another stupid teen flick, but i still want to to see it, just to give my opinion, I suppose.
Denise P (mx) wrote: In this loud, unabashedly crude and embarrassing excuse for a comedy, the auspicious-but-underwhelming Eddie Murphy portrays three different characters; a sweet-but-meek nerd, an overweight and violently controlling wife and a warmhearted father figure, and while it may have its moments, it doesn't have enough of them.
Brianne G (kr) wrote: This was a really good movie. i really enjoyed it. but im mexican and i would do the same as they did if i wasnt allowed to be what i am in school.
Erica C (mx) wrote: One thing: "What the hell???"
MACY (es) wrote: i love it really much and i cryed
Ian C (jp) wrote: A quiet hard working farmer and Vietnam-Vet is forced into defending himself and his business against a mob hitman and his associates. If anybody doubts that Brosnan is hardest man in the history of cinema, then they need to see this.
Senor C (au) wrote: Horrible shit that takes footage from some old Filipino movies, adds some new rap around footage & presents it to you in using a process which was hyped as Spectrum X which basically takes b/w footage & adds a color ting. Only for fans of John Carradine who basically phones in his performance because they give him a heart attack so he spends the entire film on the cheap dime store ship instead of venturing out to the vampire planet. The monsters are terrible. The vampires are saber toothed, the cave men pathetic, the lobster men laughable & the batmen should have you rolling on the floor. The entire excursion might be worth it if you're high so that way you can enjoy the Spectrum X kaleidoscope
Chris F (ca) wrote: The second installment of sorts in Sergio Leone's epic Spaghetti Western Trilogy. This time Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef make an unlikely team of "bounty killers" to catch the brilliantly played and highly intimidating Gian Maria Volonte. Classic score and uniquely stylized elements.
Ashley W (de) wrote: The sweet Hepburn and seasoned Astaire make a perfect duo in this cute musical.
Carlton R (ru) wrote: What a classic, and such a fantastic cast, Maggie Smith as Bette Davies companion is more than enough to relish,the cast are fantastic, the plot sensational and one of those films that warms you inside, visualy its shot on location and its so well acted you almost feel your there, fantastic dont miss it
Jamie C (kr) wrote: Smart, Clever and really funny, Over the top and just what we expect from Nick and Simon, It's gross at times and had some pretty fun action scenes that don't fit the film but so glad they had them, It's basically a posh Bad Boys movie set in the English country side.
David F (nl) wrote: One of the best Film Noir movies with a convoluted plot, style, and a great femme fatale.