Taken places in Casablanca, Morocco during the early days of World War II, an American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications. Much to Rick's surprise, Lazslo arrived with Ilsa, Rick's one time love. Rick was very bitter towards Ilsa. Well, that was their original plan... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Yeriko S (jp) wrote: I understand that some people don't like it because it is a pretty slow film but I enjoy the story. To watch this movie one has to be patient and keep making connections. The story pushed into societal issues in an interesting way. At the end it almost made me cry. It was touching.
Matt D (br) wrote: needs to be a lot longer and more fluent. animation is alright, but very pale. great action, tho
John A (it) wrote: I appreciated the beautiful images of the Djibouti coastline, the rocky wasteland, and the salt flats, as well as the choreographed exercises, drills, and ironing. The emphasis here on the importance of ritual, contrasted with the free-flowing dancing, presents interesting material with which to interact. However, this struck me as a formal exercise lacking in feeling. While I can appreciate the craft, the film constantly kept itself at a distance--too far, in my view.
Arseniy V (br) wrote: Strange. Even with all the now-strangely-resonant pedophelia jokes aside, this really didn't do much for me. Seemed kind of shallow and stitched together. Incencere even. Especially where the god search and that ending are concerned.
Bombel B (ag) wrote: Perfect for children.
Martin T (ru) wrote: Mifune's performance is intense and captivating, as a paterfamilias character unlike any other I've seen him play. At first he's stubborn and indignant, then increasingly nervous and desparate. Kurosawa is smart not to give the movie too much of Nakajima's point of view, but instead leaves outside his fears looking in. I think it gives the viewer more room to decide just how paranoid Nakajima is.
G R (de) wrote: A gem that you really should see
Eric M (fr) wrote: One of THE classics 60s horrors, and one of Peter Cushing's finest performances. A script by Robert Bloch based on his short story, along with an amazing supporting cast make this one of the greatest horror movies.