Man was made to be happy for simple reasons and unhappy for even simpler ones – just as he is born for simple reasons and dies for even simpler ones... Isa and Bahar are two lonely figures dragged through the ever-changing climate of their inner selves in pursuit of a happiness that no longer belongs to them.

A dowdy university instructor Isa is an inattentive husband to his younger, TV-business wife Bahar. Self-absorbed and selfish, Isa only communicates in the most rudimentary way, while she, similarly, detaches into crying jags and juvenile behavior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Climates torrent reviews

Dan H (br) wrote: Expected more bit that good.

Philip P (ag) wrote: We are but decaying machines continuing to decay. Cheer up, it might never happen. (It will.)

QT C (us) wrote: Not bad for a sci-fi action film. Kept me watching until the end even though it's something I usually would not watch. I predicted that there would be a twist at the end. I'd probably watch it again if I was bored

Jukka H (jp) wrote: A closed space horror thriller whose plot is beyond belief is let down by its unbelievability and Peter Stormare, who doesn't bother to act but only appears as a more bloated version of himself.

Scott B (ru) wrote: I really liked the more dark look with some of the lighter tones witch Spider-Man is most known for

Eliabeth N (ru) wrote: As a huge lover of Colin Hanks dating back to his days in Roswell I found it slightly unnerving to see him in such a disagreeable role. That said, due to the kind of actor he is he still pulls it off. Hanks proves in this film that he can switch from lovable geek to psycho stalker easily, thus it is a great chance to see how diverse and talented he really is. On the whole the film isn't wonderful, but it wasn't terrible either. The concept is clever, some of the performances are good and I like the fact we see it all from the stalkers perspective, but that said I wouldn't rush out and buy it.

Leanne R (ca) wrote: well it has the word crime in it....can u blame me if i'm a freak and i like crime movies? :]

Dorian J (ag) wrote: Cheesy graphics. But a nice film. Even though I'm going to have nightmares for a few weeks because I HATE SPIDERS!!!

Joshua L (kr) wrote: Forgotten comedy... for a good reason. Pee Wee (Paul Reubens) Herman has a role as Deputy Johnson. VHS releases are extremely rare, and this will probably never get the DVD treatment.

Eric J (ag) wrote: A good picture to be rebooted someday, and shortened. Even for it's time the production was rather trite. Seeming more like a TV movie than a feature film. It does have some good moments of suspense; just altogether done rather poorly.

Stephen E (mx) wrote: Bogged down by a bland script, overdone Southern accents, and a one-note performance from Gary Cooper, "Sergeant Cooper" does anything but entertain. And it's a shame because Hawks does a good job with his direction.

Gordon T (us) wrote: THE PITS. "Plan 9 From Outer-Space Meets Blacula" . . . the directing sucks. (The Saturday Night Live skit with Eddie Murphy and Mary Gross is Hilarious!!!! Eddie Murphy only has Scream, Blacula, Scream, on BETA and Mary Gross needs it on VHS . . .funny!!!!!) Voodoo is used to bring-back Blacula from the dead and the scenes barely hang together. Pam Grier is left screaming at the end. EL STUPIDO-LAM-O. from the Director of Count Yorga. Count Yorga is 100% and this is 10%, it felt like The Director felt uncomfortable working with black people . . . hesitant to tell the black actors what to do. "Fear is a snare unto a man." and if the director was afraid, like I think he was, it screwed-up the film.