At eighteen, Maria Enders was successful in theatre with MalojaSnake. She played Sigird, an ambitious girl with disorder charm who fascinated and led to suicide Helena, a mature woman. This role has changed her life. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal is to take on the role of Sigrid, and Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, face to face with an ambiguously charming woman who is, in essence, an unsettling reflection of herself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gabriel C (ru) wrote: Where's "Mark" in the film? Lame that they didn't even mention him once. They had all the other main characters...
Eve (kr) wrote: i've watched it twice now, on OnDemand, which it's on at this very moment (6/9/2008) and it's a Very Good movie. it's a very touching story about a girl & her horse she finds, and ends up helping to take care of. the girls at her school are really snobby. i can't stand rich snobby girls who think they're better than anyone else. especially since I went to school with the same kinds of girls when I was in school. I guess I'm kinda biased on this movie, cus my Best Friend -Directed- this movie. but so what. he did a Great Job on this film. It is a Wonderful Family Film, just like Black Beauty & the Black Stallion were/still are. I can't wait to own this film and add it to my collection of favorite DVD's.
Andre M (gb) wrote: Funny at times, other times stuff just didn't make sense, but don't think it was suppose to.
Shane G (nl) wrote: Nick Nolte never ceases to amaze me. I really enjoyed him in afterglow which this movie reminds me of. I really liked the plot line and thought the acting of the teenager was really well done. Investigates many emotions that people go through.
laurie e (jp) wrote: howell with long hair!
bill s (mx) wrote: Simple story done really well.
Sean B (us) wrote: Watched for my science and English class and actually enjoyed it
Ryan V (ru) wrote: Wyatt Earp (Henry Fonda) was only passing through Tombstone, Arizona, but that was before a family of cattle rustlers murdered his brother and stole his herd. Freshly appointed as the town's new peace officer after he settles a drunken shootout, Earp sets out for vengeance and finds an unlikely ally in the brooding Doc Holliday (Victor Mature). However, their path to that famous shootout at the OK Corral is complicated by their web of feelings for a prim schoolmarm (Cathy Downs) from Doc's mysterious past. My Darling Clementine is a heavily fictionalized depiction of the most infamous gunfight in the Western mythos, but it's still almost impossible to overstate how deftly John Ford directs his iconic cast. His scenic framing of the Utah wilderness is majestic, his compositions are boundlessly iconic, and his long takes are filled with pregnant pauses that add profound dramatic tension.
Jacob B (ag) wrote: While slightly overlong, Knocked Up is still a film that's funny, heartwarming and surprisingly touching with charming performances from Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl and tons of belly laughs to be had even if the script occasionally has a few loose ends here and there.
Toma G (de) wrote: This movie doesn't deserve one (any) star but just because I love John Cusack too much, even his worst movie should get anything. Right from the start I wasn't sure that Cusack can be actually casted as a spy. Now I know for sure - he can't. But if that was the only problem of the movie, it wouldn't be that bad. Unfortunately, miscast was just the beginning. Until the end of the movie you can't understand - what genre director was trying to show here? Romance? Sort of. Detective? Sort of as well. Everything looks way too undone here, as if some ideas were just written down, but never make it till the end.
Rawballs B (br) wrote: Cute enough because of the two witch actresses... and i was entertained...