Scripted by Ingmar Bergman, this very personal film is about a destructive affair which wrecks the marriage of an actress (Marianne) and musician (Markus). Wanting to continue the affair, Marianne moves in with her lover. But she is tormented by Markus' decision not to let her have custody of their daughter. Finally Markus announces he may have a solution to the stalemate, but this leads to deception, lies and ultimately, tragedy.

An imaginary woman recollects the painful experience of adultery to a storyteller. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kenie C (de) wrote: schooooooooool danceeeeeee

Clint I (jp) wrote: This is one of those rare glimpses into the reality of rural poverty, a phenomenon almost completely hidden from the media and largely ignored. It is remarkable when it appears at all in films like Winter's Bone and Beasts of the Southern Wild, though this movie is far more real than either of them. It sees its world with clear eyes, with no villains, only regular people in lean circumstances trying to get by. It's not about plot or narrative but witnessing. It is true to the experiences of myself and others I knew in the rural South and a great document.

Duncan S (jp) wrote: A man tries to piece together the final days of his daughters life to try and find out why she ended a victim of a drug overdose. Redifining boredom, this film crawls along at a snails pace with Ray Winstone sleepwalking through the role showing little or no emotion and adding a mind numbing voice over

Jennifer T (us) wrote: Funny lol. Not as good as White Chicks but watchable. Parody of Save the last dance and other movies.

Jamie C (de) wrote: Name makes it sound cool but seriously....what...the....hell.....completely stupid...I know it's intentional but still....has some not bad cgi....but is ridiculous.

Andy R (br) wrote: Not a bad film, but takes place way after SG-1 lost steam.

Carrie T (de) wrote: Don't get me wrong, I like Bambi, but I find myself more able to rewatch Bambi 2 than Bambi.

Markus M (us) wrote: The subtlety of the film's approach in terms of pacing, music and editing means that it starts out a bit slow and I'd dare say tedious, but as the film progresses it more and more pulls you in as it makes you think about everything it's showing and telling you, and every time you think of a question it somehow manages to answer it within the next few scenes, resulting in a documentary that is nothing short of captivating and thought-provoking whether you completely agree with it or are provoked enough to ask questions of it.

Cliff M (jp) wrote: This movie gets 10/10 for Hoffman's phenomenal performance, that makes you care so deeply about someone who if you met in real life you might try to avoid. Thought provoking.

wet wire (nl) wrote: this movie came out in the 80s

Lisa S (us) wrote: This movie is ridiculous, but not too silly to enjoy. I liked it.

Paul C (it) wrote: A really enjoyable Wayne western with a murder-mystery plot thrown in for good measure. By the mid-forties he was a far more assured leading man and you can see that by the way he carries himself in this film. Great support from all especially Gabby Hayes and the ladies!

Bill B (br) wrote: 'there is... another... sky-y-walk-errr!'Both a trilogy capper and a disturbing sign of things to come. Jedi over corrects Empires dark tone and goes a bit slapstick and overly child friendly... a future echo of the toy advert prequel trilogy to come. Jedi does the job and ties up all the plot threads and has fun doing it. Han Solo is pretty wasted here and the ridiculous good fortune of a race of sentient teddy bears versus a well trained and equipped military force are only minor niggles in the face of a solid (if flawed) Star Wars film.'it's a trap!'