Die Zeit, die man Leben nennt

Die Zeit, die man Leben nennt

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Congenial young pianist Luca is just one step from a big international career when a sudden accident destroys all his hopes and dreams. Paralyzed below the waist, he falls into a deep ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eric H (de) wrote: Maybe this film was about making Jolie look a good person. That was my first thought after watching this movie. That underestimates viewers' intelligence. I didn't like this at all, Jolie seemed such a drama queen in this... Clive Owen was ridiculous and make me laugh. His character Nick Callahan was trying to be a rebel and a helper but instead he was a clown, couldn't help myself, I laughed.

Aj V (fr) wrote: Not our average vampire movie. The title is a little misleading as well since the main character is not the vampire, and there are ghosts in the movie as well as vampires. Having said that, this is a fun, humorous, and somewhat creepy horror flick. A wonderful combination of action, comedy and horror genres. Plus if you don't know a lot about Asian culture, you get to see how they deal with the supernatural. A good movie, I recommend it.

bill s (us) wrote: Really grinds to a halt by the end but the first half is really funny.

Pierluigi P (us) wrote: Laughs and nostalgia intertwine beautifully in Wilder's explorations of American values and culture. Prostitution, pimping and wife swapping are decorously wrapped in a sweet and cunning manner. The viennese genius never ceases to amaze me.

Andrew H (gb) wrote: This is a good old action blockbuster

Simon R (ca) wrote: A superb addition to the series and feels more adult orientated

Chloe C (kr) wrote: One of the stupidest things I have ever seen! I confess, I laughed XD

Nicholas A (it) wrote: This film made me want to kick Bishop Brennan up the arse

Jay B (nl) wrote: Powerful and quite engaging. I don't particularly like how small the film feels (locationally, not conceptually), but it certainly makes sense. Unthinkable WILL keep you guessing til the last frame.

Kenneth L (it) wrote: The FBI & Communist Hong Kong are off to an inauspicious start.