As Far As My Feet Will Carry Me
The German soldier Clemens Forel - determined to be reunited with his beloved family - makes a dramatic escape through bitter cold winters, desolate landscapes, and life threatening ventures from a Siberian labor camp after World War II. 8000 miles and three endless years of uncertainty later, he is finally about to reach his destination...An edge of your seat drama that celebrates the power of the human spirit and the force of will, while inspired and impowered by love.
- Stars:Bernhard Bettermann, Iris Böhm, Anatoliy Kotenyov, Michael Mendl, Irina Pantaeva, Hans-Uwe Bauer, André Hennicke, Antonio Wannek, Johannes Hitzblech, Stephan Wolf-Schönburg, Irina Narbekova, Pavel Lebeshev, Vladimir Korpus, Igor Filchenkov, Tschmid Rintshinov,
- Director:Hardy Martins,
- Writer:Josef Martin Bauer (novel), Bastian Clevé, Hardy Martins, Bernd Schwamm
As prisoner of war Clemens Forell, a German soldier during WW II, is sentenced to a labour camp in far east Siberia. After four years working in the mines he escapes from the camp (in 1949)... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
As Far As My Feet Will Carry Me torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Saw this. Thought it had a lot of potential but it was a let down. I love Messina in other films like Away We Go. Thought it was too nicely wrapped up in the end. Voyeuristic but didn't push the envelope enough.
(es) wrote: Yeah, well we found this bottle of toxic crap and decided to make some happy pills and sell them around campus so everyone gets infected and turns into the living dead... Oh why not? Seriously the fact that the film was centred around something so ridiculous just really left little to be desired, this one was just as good as the previous effort, and that speaks volumes... The title alone ruined it for me...
(ca) wrote: It takes a while for it to get going, but why critics didn't like it, is beyond me. It really starts up about half way through. Classic cult comedy!! Walken, Molina & Blethyn shine.
(au) wrote: Really inspirational movie!
(ag) wrote: this is a good movie
(it) wrote: Another reason to mistrust the government. This is about Abbie Hoffman, the founder of the Yippee movement. They could have gone deeper into the characters and story, but it would have been an extremely long movie. 5 outta 5, informative and entertaining *Added to List-Conspiracy Fix & Movies I Own*
(au) wrote: This hits all the cliches which makes it even more difficult to watch. It reminded quite a bit of Sister Act although it's based on a true story.
(br) wrote: This is a fun quirky comedy. It stars Tom Hanks and John Candy. They both have great comedy chemistry in this. Hanks plays a playboy who gets on a plane with the Peace Corp and somehow gets in charge of building a bridge in a small town in Asia. Of course the local drug lord wants the bridge destroyed. The story is simple and fun. Tom is funny in this. But John Candy made me laugh the most in this. Just a fun goofy movie to pass the time away. Worth a watch.
(mx) wrote: Remember the early days of colour tv, when Sunday afternoons were filled with cheapo Disney vignettes starring rascally vermin getting into all kinds of home alone mischief? Pesky raccoons in the kitchen? Sly foxes in the den? Silly monkeys in the dining area? How about man-eating lions in the family room?Meow.What the hell was Noel Marshall thinking way back in 1981? Not only did he invite lions into his home, but tigers, cheetahs, and cougars as well, and then his whole family, just to see what would happen. You can't make this stuff up. Marshall, a Hollywood producer ("The Exorcist"!), his animal rights advocate wife/actress Tippy Hedron, and their chirpy kids, actually lived with several big cats (mainly zoo castoffs) in their California digs, before they decided to take it to the next level.Hoo boy.The ensuing movie features about 150 carnivorous felines chasing the family in very close quarters, in what amounts to a bizarre comedy snuff film. Hilarity vies with sheer terror for screen time as the cats turn from chummy snuggling to full on attack mode."No animals were harmed in the making of this film, but 70 people were"!That includes a cameraman who was scalped, and daughter (future starlet) Melanie Griffith who required facial reconstructive surgery. That's the back story, the front story is almost as crazy. Since the unpredictable cats dictated onscreen action, coherent shooting was next to impossible . There must have been a plot, but as years passed (17 in fact), budgets ballooned, and workers fled for their lives, what was left was a mishmash of chase scenes. But what chase scenes. Up close and very personal, "Roar" is an unsettling series of vignettes in glorious technocolour, that is always on the precipice of real life tragedy. Like "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom", if Marlin Perkins got mauled in the bush. There is absolutely no way to keep your eyes off the screen. Is the public ready for this three decades on?We may never be ready.- hipCRANK
(mx) wrote: started watching it, then realised it was a bit of a kiddies picture, and I couldn't take it seriously when I could see Roddy mcdowalls teeth whenever he opened his mouth
(ca) wrote: Comedy genius-without these guys there would be no comedy today!!
(mx) wrote: All in all, this film can be considered quality entertainment. Do not try to think more of it. However, I found the final scenes a bit far fetched, more than necessary depending on caricatures. I had expected the scenario writers to get more out of the finale. But that is easy for me to say from my comfy chair