In Stockholm, the fashion photographer Susanne Frank misses her married lover Henrik Lobelius that lives in Gothenburg with his wife and children, and the naive twenty years old model Doris has a troubled relationship with her boy friend Palle Palt. Susanne schedules a session of photo shoots in Gothenburg with Doris, and once there, she calls Henrik for an encounter. Meanwhile, Doris meets an elegant middle age gentleman on the street, the Consul Otto Sönderby, who buys expensive gifts for her: a dress, a pair of Italian gloves and valuable pearl necklace. They spend the afternoon together in an amusement park and later they go to Otto's mansion, where they are interrupted by his wicked daughter Marianne. Susanne has a love affair with Henrik in her room, but they are interrupted by his cynical wife. The incidents in these encounters affect their perspective of love.
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Ty A (fr) wrote: Weird film with so much potential but never really got there. The humor is juvenile and off point. Just felt pieced together rather than choreographed as one cohesive film. The script itself was weak. The concept however was good..just again wasn't on point. Not a horrible film but one best left for Blu-ray or a Netflix evening at home.
Vlad S (kr) wrote: First half was pretty cool but then... Man, that bitch is crazy and she got the poor guy.
Renae A (nl) wrote: Very cute romantic comedy. Not something I'd watch time and time again, but it did make me laugh a few times. And if you like seeing snobby spoiled rich "kids" get their comeuppance then it's worth the watch. The underdog prevails and all works all well in the end.
Justin T (es) wrote: Nothing anything special but I do like Sanaa Lathan and the character development in this film.
Elsimondark E (kr) wrote: Visualmente bastante lograda. Perturbante pero a la vez cautivadora.
Danifesto G (br) wrote: Fun. Not much of a plot really. sort of the "odd couple" with a twist.
Erin C (gb) wrote: Inspiring true story. Goldberg was flawless in her role.
Lindsay W (it) wrote: Probably as a teenage girl, I would have loved all the gyrating boys. As an adult watching, it felt kindof dirty. The only two things Newsies has going for it are a now famous young cast, and some nicely choreographed dance numbers. The songs aren't particularly catchy, and the singing isn't that great either. As a plot, Newsies is pretty damn dull and overly sentimental. It's Disney at its worst.
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Was a good series,yet got bored soemtimes.
Chantale L (br) wrote: Je m'attendais beaucoup plus. La performance d'Isabelle Blais est exceptionnelle mais on n'a fait que frler le but. Pas assez profond... moins d'tre bien loin de cette ralit.
Dan B (br) wrote: This is another great 70's flick that Deserves another look. Probably couldn't be made today; not everything is spelled out for the audience.
Stuart K (ca) wrote: After the success of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), creator Richard O'Brien reunited with co-writer Jim Sharman to do a follow-up, rather than making a sequel, they made an 'equal'. It was a troubled production, when the Screen Actors Guild went on strike, the production was downscaled and moved from America to London, and confined to a soundstage, which gives it an edge. Set in Denton, USA. Married couple Brad and Janet Majors (Cliff De Young and Jessica Harper) are invited to take part on Denton TV's new game show Marriage Maze, hosted by blind Viennese psychopath Bert Schnick (Barry Humphries). Brad is committed to Dentonvale, an insane asylum ran by Cosmo and Nation McKinley (Richard O'Brien and Patricia Quinn). Janet is groomed for stardom and world domination, while Brad is locked in a cell. Meanwhile, Denton Dossier hosts Betty Hapschatt (Ruby Wax) and Judge Oliver Wright (Charles Gray) investigate who the McKinley's really are, and who has orchestrated this whole wicked scheme. On a visual level, it looks brilliant and the sets are absolutely vivid, and the songs are top notch too. But, it's absolutely insane, and half the time you really don't know what on earth's going on, but that doesn't seem to matter. It's a mad satire on American culture and TV shows. Plus, look out for a young Rik Mayall as Rest Home Ricky.Here's something you ain't NEVER seen before, a SEQUEL, (or if you will, "equal" to The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975))!! This time, it's set in a TV studio, and has Brad and Janet (this time played by Cliff De Young and Jessica Harper), being tra...(read more) pped in a nightmarish game-show-come-reality-TV show, run by doctors Cosmo and Nation McKinley (Richard O'Brien and Patricia Quinn), and blind Austrian game show host Bert Schnick (Barry Humphries!!) Visually, it looks brilliant, the songs are top notch too. But, it's ABSOLUTELY BONKERS!! Half the time, you don't even know what on earth's going on, it's a satire on American culture, punctuated by 80's pop numbers with an American country-western flavour. God knows what Ritz O'Brien was on when he thought this one up, but don't let it put you off!! Oh, and there's a young Rik Mayall in it!! ;)
Walter M (ag) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Mandabi" starts with Ibrahim Dieng(Makhouredia Gueye) being sent a money order for 25,000 francs from his nephew(Mouss Diouf) in Paris. But before he hears about this, his two wives(Ynousse N'Diaye & Isseu Niang) intercept it and use it to get credit for the local store to buy badly needed rice for their family. Even though he is well fed for a change, Ibrahim is still incensed at their duplicity, afraid his neighbors will find out he has money. Before anything else can happen, he goes to the post office to cash the money order but cannot because he does not have an identity card.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Written and directed by Ousmane Sembene, "Mandabi" is a pointed examination of his home country of Senegal.(Not to mention a warning against buying on credit.) In general, the movie is concerned with identity as Ibrahim is on a desperate search to find any way of proving who he is. As he does this, he gets out of the house to get a better look at his surroundings and does not like what he sees(I did not like Ibrahim at first because of how he treated his wives but eventually warmed up to him.) which reflects the movie's pessimistic tone. Ibrahim has not worked for four years and many other people do not either, due to a lack of jobs.(And those that do either work on the margins or rely on criminal enterprises to get them enough to eat.) His nephew went to Paris to find work but the movie does not advise this course of action. In fact, its advice to the people of Senegal is to stay and fight to make their country a better place.[/font]
Sean R (it) wrote: The whole film looks to have been shot, then run through Instagram filters. It's a nauseating experience.
Stephen M (au) wrote: brilliant movie and dead dead funny ! you have to see with your family!!!,~,~,~
Susan F (au) wrote: This is a heartwarming, folksy film, perhaps not intended for the slick, provincial-Manhattan set...I have watched it twice, and enjoyed it both times. The lead actor is phenomenal, although it may be difficult for the wanna be critics to recall the protocol of earlier days. I found it appealing, authentic, and of course fueling further fire and speculation about Aaron Presley. A good fun romp through the past...watch this.
Gregory M (kr) wrote: This was seriosuly problematic!I mean Disney has filmed many sequels to the beloved classic movies but this one is offensively bad!It feels like its only purpose is to serve as a prologue to the animated TV series.The animation is bad,the quality is that of a television work,nad the sotry is simply disappointing.Too much Iago and too much kissing!It was really offensive!
Taija H (ru) wrote: Ihan mielenkiintoinen tarina, ja ihana, kauniisti lavastettu 50-luku. Kerronta oli tyylikkn viipyilev, Cate Blanchet upea. Kaunis elokuva, hienoja kuvakulmia, ajankuvaa parhaimmillaan.