Yang Ruyi (32), a fashion magazine photographer, lives with her elder sister Yang Ruxing (33), a rational, introverted detective fiction author. Ruyi has inadvertently photographed a couple making madly passionately love. Few days later in a shopping center not far from her home, she finds the woman already married, leading a child and is with a different man. Ruyi shares her secret with Ruxing who is suffering from writer's block. The two sisters begin to observe the couple; gradually Ruxing even writes some of her observations into her novel, without letting Ruyi knows it. Late one night, Ruyi views two people are arguing, but as she picks up her camera to photograph she can only see two vague, dark outlines wrestling one another; Ruyi calls the police but upon arriving, nothing seems out of order. Ruyi is convinced she has mistaken nothing; she enlarges the photo and discovers a third outline looks pretty much like her older sister...
Writer:Li Cho (original script), Kelly Yuan-Ling Yang (original script)
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Vaughrie P (jp) wrote: 10/10 would watch again. i locked my family into the cinema because they did not appreciate this movie but i truly see it's comment upon modern day life, celebrities and capitalism in our beautiful English country.
Lora R (br) wrote: 180 has a nice concept about a guy who learns how to live his life worry-free even after receiving tragic news.The movie isn't predictable and keeps the suspense till late. However the film is quite slow at times. I disliked most of the songs, but maybe the original songs (in Telugu) are better.I liked the message of the movie about how happiness can cure you from any worries or sadness.180 isn't extraordinary, but it is touching and inspiring.
Rhady N (ru) wrote: A well crafted portrait of the burdens of postpartum depression with a plus: an intense performance by Suzanne Wolff.
Russ B (br) wrote: 3/22/3015: an ok movie. It was a little dull, but that cast was good.
Pookie S (nl) wrote: What a great film, what a great concept! I mean when being a kid who wouldn't want to got the camp of their dreams not to the one your parents picked for you... Good cast too. I liked it as a kid and I like it now.
Alessandra J (ca) wrote: This film is brilliant, one of the best romantic tragedies ever made, it so sad it makes you want to cry, fall in love and wish these two could have been together to have the family they always intended to have.
Scott M (nl) wrote: Slow telling, low budget story of US advisers in Vietnam and their struggles, including deciphering peasants from VC, limited resources and training the ARVN.
Karsh D (de) wrote: Typical British kitchen sink drama as bored husband has an affair with young actress.
Ed Q (ru) wrote: After watching a few Ozu films they all begin to blend together. Equinox Flower uses the same actors, the same sets, the same camera angles, transitions, and themes as nearly every other Ozu film.
Bruce B (ru) wrote: Not a bad movie for being filmed in 1951. After all it has Raymond Burr (Perry Mason, and Ironside), the beautiful Barbara Payton, and Lon Chaney. It was a change seing Chaney playing the simple part as a Police Commisner. After Burr helps his former Employer die, a jungle witch puts a curse on Burr who at night turns into a gorilla, (Chaney and The Wolfman). Of course in the end the Gorilla is killed but noot with silver bullets. My copy came from the Mill Creek Sci Fi 50 Movie Pack, its also in the Sons of Kong Collection. All in all its a good movie worth 3 3/4 Stars but not 4, so her on Flixster it gets a3 1/2 star rating.
Graham M (ru) wrote: Nothing that hasn't been done better in Disney's following years
Greg S (mx) wrote: A headstrong young girl seeking "real experiences" gets what she asked for when she is exiled from a safe society where everyone spends the bulk of their lives hooked into virtual reality pleasure machines, and is forced to fend for herself on a post-nuclear surface world filled with cannibal mutants. Fast-moving and surprisingly thoughtful; would have been better if co-star Bruce Campbell's charisma had been put to better use.
Lisa J (ru) wrote: Some disturbing scenes, but lots of twists.