A tale of an occidental merchant, Kaspar Almayer, whose dreams of riches for his beloved daughter, Nina, collapse under the weight of his own greed and prejudice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dan H (gb) wrote: Long, boring, I lost interest very early in this movie. Went on and on and to me nothing really happened.
Aaron F (br) wrote: I'd rather eat a bowl of shit before watching stupid movie....Literally, I will take a gigantic bowl human feces, take a spoon and just eat the whole bowl. When a movie's trailer has the lead male wearing a baseball cap, a shirtless hoodie sweater and fucking weight lifting gloves then thats where the universe has ended. Seriously, the fact that people even watch this humongous pile of shit really leads me to believe the universe is coming to an end and that the people who made this film are responsible for it.
Stephen E (jp) wrote: There's no doubt that John Sayles has made better films than "Silver City", but that doesn't mean that his film is inferior. No, it has a great deal to offer, such as a top-notch cast, clever writing, and spot-on editing. The film's pacing and inconsistent camerawork may try the patience of some, but there is an engaging story here.
Chad J (br) wrote: Bitter Sweet, Poignant.
Jameson W (kr) wrote: This film, from Woody Allen, is unlike most of the other films I've seen of his. Hardly romantic at all, it instead was more of a drama/thriller. It's not my favorite film he's done, but it has a great screenplay and good performances.On a side note, at times I was distracted because many story elements reminded me of another Woody Allen movie, Match Point (2005), and while it was mas made decades later, I saw it prior to Crimes and Misdemeanors and therefore was shocked how similar the two were.
nathan m (us) wrote: Good movie of its time. Check it out if you like a good war movie.
Hiroshi M (kr) wrote: pretty much unknown and forgotten, unlike the overrated Lost in Translation (the main guy in Tokyo Pop is also in Translation as the wacked out commercial director) , but even as a goofy comedy I think it has a much better insight into life in Tokyo than Lost in Translation
TheMumblelover (au) wrote: Superb, gripping and truly mesmerizing. A revenge film that at times is funny then turns scary. brilliant.
Richard N (de) wrote: This movie is something of an enigma. The best way I could describe it is that it's sort of like one long extended dream sequence, heavy use of soft focus, slow motion, haunting score, yet ultimately it leaves you desperate to find out the fate of the missing schoolgirls, but deep down knowing that you probably never will. Upon first viewing I recall Picnic at Hanging Rock made a deep impression on me, due in no small measure to the haunting beauty of Miranda, the embodiment of a tragic, ethereal yet forever beautiful "dream within a dream".