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Descent Into Darkness
Deep in the Mariana Sea Trench, a corporate underwater mining complex has been built - an industrial Atlantis. When an accident in a dry-dock chamber kills several miners an investigator is...
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Jean N (au) wrote: Not a bad movie, was interesting.
Ahmed H (ca) wrote: Didn't like it at all. A mediocre film.
paul B (it) wrote: La finesse de cette realisation et la justesse des acteurs font de La Fenetre d en Face un tres beau film qui ne laisse pas insensible. Cependant, jouer sur trop de tableaux a la fois peut nous laisser un peu perplexe, voir indiffrents, a certains ingrdients du melo ; faute de pouvoir exploiter correctement toutes les pistes que le scenario entreprend.
Paul D (de) wrote: The emphasis and money has been placed on good looking stunts for the film rather than hiring a decent scriptwriter and convincing actors. Some of the snow scenes also look very fake.
Aubrey P (nl) wrote: That Cabin Fever song will be stuck in my head for the next two weeks.
Helene L (fr) wrote: Pierre Cosso and his wonderful blue eyes...! All our youth!
yves n (ru) wrote: Excellent movie,Realistic thing with live ammo and ex-navy seal as actor
Clinton T (us) wrote: I freakin love this film. So politically incorrect and that is why it wins.
Fong K (br) wrote: viewed on 5/7/04 (Mon)I am surprised so much of the trial of a wronged black man is mentioned together with the film when it is about a third of the story. Also the movie is always seen as Gregory Peck's movie when it actually belongs to the two children of his Atticus Finch. And. I always see this movie as just another condemning racism when it is much more than that. No wonder it is a secondary school literature text and the trailer recommended the film to children. It is all about the coming-of-age of two children, the trial is part of it but there is also a Bogeyman nicknamed Boo (played by a very young Robert Duvall), a summer friend and a very close shave with murder. During the trial, there are even subtle mentions of incest rape and a white girl's repressed sexual urge. I never really know how wrongly the film is being promoted these years until I see the making-of documentary which really explains the actual intentions of the book and film. At one and a half hour long (oh gosh, if add on to the film length, it is like watching Seven Samurai again), it not only interviews the key actors but also the residents of the author's hometown. With all respect, it is boring. The book is about the author's childhood but thankfully the movie streamlined into a elegantly-paced and sublimely acted children movie worth recommending to all young adults who are about to see the end of their innocence and the cruel dangers in adulthood.Rating: A-