Na bijna dertig jaar keert Germaine, Firmins grote liefde, plots terug naar haar geboortestad. Firmin is dolgelukkig en vastbesloten Germaine's hart te heroveren, maar Germaine wijst zijn avances af. En dan zoekt Mohammed Boutrous, een jonge en getalenteerde bokser, Firmin op. Hij wil dat Firmin hem traint. Firmin accepteert, in de hoop zo zijn eer én de liefde van zijn leven terug te winnen...
- Stars:Said Assissi, Annick Christiaens, Josse De Pauw, Jan Decleir, Frank Focketijn, Kim Hermans, Catherine Kools, Ben Segers, Peter Van den Begin, Chris van den Durpel, Mark Van Eeghem, Kurt Vandendriessche,
- Director:Dominique Deruddere,
- Writer:Dominique Deruddere (screenplay), Frank Van Laecke (story)
Na bijna dertig jaar keert Germaine, Firmins grote liefde, plots terug naar haar geboortestad. Firmin is dolgelukkig en vastbesloten Germaine's hart te heroveren, maar Germaine wijst zijn avances af. En dan zoekt Mohammed Boutrous, een jonge en getalenteerde bokser, Firmin op. Hij wil dat Firmin hem traint. Firmin accepteert, in de hoop zo zijn eer én de liefde van zijn leven terug te winnen... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Firmin torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Delightfully tense cautionary tale of identity. Takes a turn at the end that's a little less satisfying, but it's unique and quite well done for a minimalistic creepy vibe. It's worth a weeknight rental.
(br) wrote: Beautifully shot and directed, this is a movie that resonates with anyone who has struggled to find their voice.
(de) wrote: A gritty French semi-noir flick about a man who stumbles upon a deadly underground game of Russian roulette. A roofer, after witnessing the death and a rather valuable conversation, learns that the answer to all his money problems lay in an envelope containing a train ticket and a reservation at a hotel. From there he is dropped off at an unknown location, picked up, and then dropped off once again at a house full of people in suits and sweaty men in tee shirts with giant black numbers on the back.What follows is a deadly, edge of your seat, round after round, of the most brutal game of Russian roulette you will ever see on film. The stark black and white photography helps to create a dark atmosphere and some of the most intense sequences I have ever witnessed. Personally, I thought the film started off a little slow, but as soon as the circle of men receive their handguns and the death rattle of the spinning chambers echoes throughout your head, you realize that the film has immediately changed its pace. The image of that light bulb with the black stripes bleeding down is an image that will be stuck in my head or years to come.What really stuck out to me was how there was so much dialogue being spoken without a single mouth moving: volumes are being spoken just by the look and movement of the unlucky contestants eyes. It's amazing how first time director Gela Babluani pulled this off. In the words of Sir Kevin McCormick, "A smashing debut for Babluani."
(jp) wrote: wish theyda let me have drawing in school(mine were too scary).
(nl) wrote: Directed by Alex van Warmerdam, the same director who brought the recently viewed Grimm to the screen, The Dress is another somewhat surreal tale that follows a dress from its conception through the manufacturing process, and as it is worn by its various possessors. Most of those who came in contact with the dress came to some mischief. If Grimm would have been rated PG, then this one would probably have to be R, with a good bit of nudity, adult situations, and a certain creep factor. With these two films under my belt, I can definitely say I am a fan of the director's work. Quite an interesting filmmaker with a unique vision. I have several more of his films all queued up.
(ag) wrote: Like all Wim Wenders films, intensely European in style. It's a series of four very loosely connected stories about the difficulty of connecting. It starts slow but it gets you in. Plenty of eye and ear candy.
(jp) wrote: M. BUTTERFLY often seems to be lost in the shuffle of david cronenberg's transitory period (it's the movie he made between NAKED LUNCH and CRASH), perhaps because it doesn't exactly scream DC - neither falling conveniently in line with his more recent work, nor anywhere near his older stuff (at least superficially). a subtle, almost cautious examination of the fluid nature of identity that makes a nice companion piece to 1988's much more intense DEAD RINGERS (cronenberg's earlier, thematically similar collaboration with jeremy irons).
(ca) wrote: This is definitely the movie to watch if you want to evaluate how far society has come. Released in 86', it is an amazing time capsule for that era.
(us) wrote: Great film. Slow paced but never dull. Only slight downside is Michael Caines terrible accent.