When his mother, who has sheltered him his entire 40 years, dies, Elling, a sensitive, would-be poet, is sent to live in a state institution. There he meets Kjell Bjarne, a gentle giant and female-obsessed virgin in his 40s. After two years, the men are released and provided with a state-funded apartment and stipend with the hope they will be able to live on their own.
- Stars:Kristin Anin, Tonya Lawson, Joseph Cassano, Amy Weber, John Warom, Simon Jonathan Wood, Mick Camichael, Per Christian Ellefsen, Sven Nordin, Marit Pia Jacobsen, Jørgen Langhelle, Per Christensen, Hilde Olausson, Ola Otnes, Eli Anne Linnestad, Cecilie A. Mosli, Joachim Rafaelsen, Per Gørvell, Knud Dahl, Knut Haugmark,
- Director:Petter Næss, Petter Næss,
- Writer:Ingvar Ambjørnsen (novel), Axel Hellstenius, Larry Stuckey
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(de) wrote: Urban legend, haunted road tale. Decent, but not nothing really different...until you get "To Be Continued" at the end. Yes, seriously. So, no payoff and a wasted 90 minutes. There's not enough story here that it couldn't be told in one sitting and nothing compelling enough to justify more story in the first place. Very aggravating.
(nl) wrote: It Came From Kuchar documents the lives and careers of underground film gods Mike and George Kuchar, whose D- (at best) movies are gloriously low-budget and ridiculous. The film starts off wonderfully, using clever editing to show the brothers' larger-than-life personalities, especially when they describe the same events in their own ways. The film devolves into a run-through of their career, however, when the films take precedent over the auteurs. It's not surprising, and arguably, it makes sense, but it's disappointing that the brothers then sink to the background. I was also disappointed that only one scene showed the brothers together. Still enjoyable and very interesting, It Came From Kuchar is like a less-effective, filmic version of last year's superb Anvil! The Story of Anvil.
(jp) wrote: Starts out well and show potential. But sadly it degrades into a sub-standard zombie flick by the end.
(fr) wrote: So amazingly depressing, I can't even.... All the stars come from the performances....
(au) wrote: Simply lovely. A story you don't see often that's based on a true occurrence. Fabulous.
(es) wrote: One of the best films about the Depression since John Ford's "Grapes of Wrath"
(mx) wrote: Bon interpretation, d'un saint bien spciale.
(nl) wrote: Almas em Leilo, fala de ambio, sexo, e mentira. O roteiro forte para poca e isso que faz o filme atual at hj. Lembra Matchpoint mas aqui em uma verso mais dark. Vale a pena conferir a bela Signoret dando um show de atuao como a amante mais velha, atuaes assim so raras. Foda demais
(es) wrote: Terrible. Story was shit, acting by some was atrocious. If I never see Oliver Williams again it will be too soon.
(gb) wrote: Close Encounters of the Absurd KindRemember that scene in Close Encounters with the farmhouse and the UFO? Well, this is basically what happens here, but with a typical Pixar twist. A wholly hilarious four minute short.
(br) wrote: I like the movie in till the end of it. The end if it was not that good need more to it.
(au) wrote: Perfect film as far as I'm concerned.