Daisy Diamond

Daisy Diamond

A tragic story about Anna who dreams of one thing only: making it as an actress. She moves from Sweden to Copenhagen to pursue her dream. But fate has something else in store for her. Though she struggles to give her 4 month old daughter a good start in life, she ultimately fails to unite her dream of acting with a safe and loving environment for her child, culminating in a desperate act that has fatal consequences for Anna and her daughter.

A tragic story about Anna who dreams of one thing only: making it as an actress. She moves from Sweden to Copenhagen to pursue her dream. But fate has something else in store for her. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Abimael M (br) wrote: It really deserves no star, I saw the edition in which Val Kilmer plays the dead man role, it was a complete garbage, no sense in the story, its not worth it, waste of time

Adam E (fr) wrote: Stupid beyond belief but undeniably fun.

Tony D (gb) wrote: For todays standards mostly predictable, but still thrilling. A real classic that should have been

Robert I (de) wrote: Yeah, I'm not a big fan of it. Not really that funny, just mean.

Bobby N Brandy C (au) wrote: Bobbynbrandy's ( kinda good )

Armando P (de) wrote: Needs more in-depth story but Jackson's talent for visuals are relevant as hell.

Patrick D (ca) wrote: Brewster McCloud is Robert Altman at his most unrestrained. If MASH is Altman's Spartacus, Brewster McCloud is assuredly his Eyes Wide Shut, a movie so painfully misunderstood and criticized its sickening. Bud Cort plays the title character, who lives deep within the depths of the Houston Astrodome with the sole hope of building a pair of wings and flying to freedom. Brewster is endlessly watched over by the mysterious and hot Sally Kellerman, who may or may not be the supposed angel/bird protecting Brewster, or more directly, killing those who bring him harm by literally pooping on them from up high. Another MASH alum, Martin Murphy, plays one of the film's several memorable characters, as the too-cool-for-school detective all the way from San Francisco. Shelley Duvall also pops up, and is actually good-looking at her prime. The highlight of the film is easily Rene Auberjonois as a bird lecturer, whose bird lessons littered throughout the film accompany his slow transformation into a bird himself. Brewster McCloud is so batshit crazy and hard to follow it has to be seen. Definitely in Altman's top 3 films.