Dead Again

Dead Again

In 1949 composer Roman Strauss is executed for the vicious murder of his wife Margaret with a pair of scissors. In 1990s Los Angeles a mute amnesiac woman shows up at an orphanage and private eye Mike Church is called in to investigate. Under hypnosis both the woman and Church seem to have a strange link back to the Strauss murder.

Mike Church is a Los Angeles private detective who specializes in finding missing persons. He takes on the case of a mystery woman who he calls Grace. She is suffering from amnesia and has ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nick O (fr) wrote: Really gets at the turmoil and even moral compromise that goes into making a feature film, the hypocrisy of ignoring the immediate issues of the world around you for sake of pursuing art. Cool theme. "Even the Rain" is like a hybrid mix of Fellini, Malick and Almodovar, with modern master Alberto Iglesias' subtly gripping score to highlight the wet, leafy, gorgeous Bolivian cinematography by Alex Cataln. The movie is basically a running commentary of itself. That could come off as pretentious if the story and filmmaking weren't so generously simple, all the way up to the Hollywood ending. If not a film of tension "Even the Rain" is thankfully very much one of detail and ideas, handled with sympathy and care without ever delving into parody.

Ongston B (mx) wrote: A touching documentary about pursuing the ultimate dreams. None of it feels staged which is great, including the ups and downs they have during the process.

Oliver S (au) wrote: Documentary retrospective about the mid-90s Rwandan genocide, but as seen through the eyes of Canadian general Romeo Dallaire, the leader of the small UN mission to Rwanda that was ineffective in dealing with the crisis (much to Dallaire's regret, and for reasons explored in the film). The movie assumes a familiarity with the political events that led up to the genocide, as well as what some groups stood for or did (i.e. the movie assumes viewers will know who/what the interhamwe were). It's a good companion film for Ghosts of Rwanda and Hotel Rwanda. Ghosts of Rwanda is a broader documentary on the topic, and would probably serve as a better grounding than this personal recounting; my advice would be to start with Ghosts of Rwanda, move on to Hotel Rwanda, and then see this. Ghosts of Rwanda details the political machinations that preceded and caused the civil war and & genocide of the 90s.

darth v (ag) wrote: It was only worth watching, because of Karl Urban. Otherwise, it's pretty much of a disappointment.

Cherry E (au) wrote: Brilliant brilliant film I cannot fault.

Garry J (jp) wrote: What seems irrational and insane at the beginning seems so logical at the end of the film.I loved this film. I especially like how the film is subtle. We are shown squalor, sexism, intolerance but we are never lectured. We're shown a poor man's mundane repetitive existence, but it is never cliched.What you see is a man trudging through his life, expressionless, both frustrating and fascinating the viewer. You can never tell what he's thinking. But that's the strength of this movie. You observe Hussein, much like he seems to be observing his own life and you see the subtle contrasts between his poverty and the life of luxury that seems so unattainable. In the ending scene he finally gets animated. He curses and spits in his own restrained way. After following him on his journey, you completely understand why.It was great that the director got an actual pizza deliveryman to play a pizza deliveryman. Like the hero in Bicycle Thieves, the non-professional added so much to the character that cannot be seen so much as felt.

Debbie D (ru) wrote: Wow! What an awful movie! Slow and drawn out!

Zack B (ru) wrote: Hesitancy is observable in this, the Dardenne Brother's self-recognized first film. They are toying with the form they would eventually master in Rosetta and in all subsequent films. Still really good though. Packed with the same emotional urgency as everything they made after.

Private U (it) wrote: I fell in love with the play when I first read it, and even though there are some parts of the film that didn't live up to my expectations Berenger's (Wilder) final monologue set to funk was the most satisfying thing ever.

Frances B (es) wrote: so beautiful. diouana is beautiful, the landscapes are beautiful, and it is extremely refreshing (without sounding racist) so see white as the "other" simply in a portrayal of africa that doesn't a) flatten a whole continent to create "exotic" 2) or "raise it up" in viewer's eyes because of pity. at its worst, it is too preachily and obviously political such that i want to roll my eyes, but at its best it is fresh and new and intensely symbolic. LOVED IT!

Juli N (us) wrote: An ending that will leave you completely gobsmacked!

Lee B (br) wrote: Very good movie...i really like movies that have a soul...this one has one..its a great story and cool special effects

Bill B (gb) wrote: Great film that truly captures the desperation of your lead over the course of a single evening! Terrific Film Noir, pleased to have it in a larger set of similar material.Recommended.

David J (br) wrote: What a fun, fun Disney classic. Music never gets old, though Jane has never been a favorite of mine.

Denys B (au) wrote: I saw movie and enjoyed it.. With this cast it's still enjoyable.

Felipe P (us) wrote: um filme no mnimo peculiar.... Meio exagerado mas legal de se assistir