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A police inspector investigates an unusual suicide case. The investigation develops into an obsession, inspector starts living in the apartment of the deceased, digging through his life and gradually taking over his identity.

A police inspector investigates an unusual suicide case. The investigation develops into an obsession, inspector starts living in the apartment of the deceased, digging through his life and gradually taking over his identity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Koda T (it) wrote: What has this world come too.... Gays ?? Really?? We had to spend money on a movie about Gays?? It's a waste of money, time, and life... Being gay is a sin anyways, keep doing it and you'll end up in hell.. Why he gay in the first place? It's disturbing and disgusting

Jenine L (us) wrote: Finally saw Kolya. It was pretty obvious how the story would unfold, but wonderful actings made this movie so much more interesting. I could not tell if little Kolya was acting or if it was really him! The scene where Kolya was holding Louka's hand before they crossed the street, and where Kolya was imitating to talk to his grandma was so heartbreaking. Nice touch at the end when Kolya was signing along what Louka was playing...

Filippo V (es) wrote: Con un'altra perla di rara bellezza i Coen mi confermano la loro versatilit sia in termini di regia sia in termini di storia e sceneggiatura. Le situazioni paradossali che riescono a plasmare sono esilaranti e sempre sopra le righe: il tema di leggerezza e comicit sempre presente e ricorda vagamente quello di "Fratello, dove sei?", con una sceneggiatura a dir poco geniale e scene che difficilmente riuscir a dimenticare.

jay n (nl) wrote: Fine performances are hindered by slow pace and the fact that the film is just too long. Original impact of story is muted by years of police proceduals.

Noname (it) wrote: A new remake horror/thriller and its more thriller in fact and quite a good one.

Bruce B (br) wrote: This is the second movie in the MGM Midnite Movies Double Pack, and of the two this one is the best, matter of fact its a riot. Put out by American International and Directed by Lee Frost the same Director and made within a year of the movie The Incredible Two Headed Transplant. Of the two this one is best. Making movies in the 1970 time frame was much different today, the reference to blacks in this film wouldn't stand a chance among politically correct crowd today. A dieing doctor who is working on transplanting the head and brain on a bad body to a good body is dying and wants to have his head transplanted, he doesn't like blacks and will not let them work for him in medical field, well his staff transplants his head on a black mans body, when he comes to it makes for a funny and enjoyable film. 4 stars for this one.

Kenneth E (de) wrote: 45 years before Genndy Tartakovsky released his graveyard smash, "Hotel Transylvania," Rankin-Bass pioneered the monsters-meeting-in-one-locale-for-comic-fun genre. This groovy, musical, B-film assembled all the major monster antagonists popularized by the old Universal horrors of the 30s-50s. Their comic interplay is still fresh and original. (Dracula: "Francesca, you have always been my type. O-negative, isn't it?") The obvious inspiration for Tartakovsky, "Mad Monster Party" contains Rankin-Bass's signature gummy-armed puppetry, but the increased ridiculous humor, witty dialogue, and pop cultural gags makes this a departure for Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass' normal conservative holly-jolly Yuletide television specials.Mad Monster Party has a very interesting voice cast; even though the list of monsters and ghouls was quite expansive, there are only four actors providing principle vocalizations. Boris Karloff loans the croons to his stop-motion alter ego, Professor Frankenstein, inventor and master of all monsters. Phyllis Diller plays, basically, a green version of herself, named The Monster's Mate. Gale Garnett voices Francesca, professor Frankenstein's masterpiece creation; I really wonder what kind of dirty thoughts were going through the old man's head during Francesca's creation, as she is the 1960s equivalent of Jessica Rabbit: red hair, Bond Girl face, and very, very prominent boobs. (Again, another huge departure for Rankin-Bass's team.) But the grand prize in voice-work goes to Allen Swift who must have lost his voice by the end of the recording session; Swift provides the speaking roles and noises to not only the nerdy main protagonist Felix Flankin, (putting on his best Jimmy Stewart imitation,) but every other character in the film including Yetch, Dracula, Werewolf, and even mafia Chef Machievelli! The songs are catchy and bursting with the decade's free-spirit, particularly the love ballad "Never Was A Love like Mine" sung by Gale Garnett. Also notable is the hilarious "Mummy" rock song performed by four British skeletons in mod haircuts and guitars (hmmmmm...I wonder who they could have been in another life?) "Mad Monster Party" has been a Halloween classic for my family for years and I find it shameful that casual moviegoers haven't embraced it like other ghoul-themed spooktaculars like "Tim Burton's A Nightmare Before Christmas." The only major drawback I had with this film was that several scenes seemed to be pointless "filler" in order to extend the movie's length time from mere television special to full-length feature; Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass' incredible track record of successful, 45-minute holiday specials include, (but is not limited to,) "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," "Jack Frost," "The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus," and "Santa Claus is Comin' To Town." A scene trim here or there would have served this film well, particularly in early sequences; (did we really need to see every single monster coming on board the ship, or learn about all the monsters' sleeping habits in the castle?) But these fillers were not as horrendous as the studio's later bore "Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July," which took a 45-minute short and stretched it like taffy into a full-length movie. Overall, this film is a winner, a nice departure for the stop-motion studio, and I hope it will be rediscovered by future generations.

Jonathan C (br) wrote: One of the greatest sci-fi movies ever made and a glorious example of neo-noire. A must see!

Anthony C (ag) wrote: A bit slow for its own good, and not very rich in plot, but finely executed.

Vaughan M (mx) wrote: One of the worst comedies of the 21st century