A tragicomedy set in the world of gas stations in rural Ireland, where over-diligent employee of the garage searches for intimacy during the course of a life-changing summer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A tragicomedy set in the world of gas stations in rural Ireland, where over-diligent employee of the garage searches for intimacy during the course of a life-changing summer.
- Stars:, Hiroshi Abe, Ryôko Hirosue, Hiroko Yakushimaru, Kazue Fukiishi, Yûko Itô, Gekidan Hitori, Clive Owen, Emma Booth, Laura Fraser, George MacKay, Nicholas McAnulty, Julia Blake, Chris Haywood, Pat Shortt, John Keogh, George Costigan, Anne-Marie Duff, Conor Ryan, Anne Byrne, Gary Lilburn, Brian Doherty, Don Wycherley, Andrew Bennett, Tommy Fitzgerald, Suzy Lawlor, Fiona Kelly, Tom Hickey, Una Kavanagh,
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Nightbane I (fr) wrote: it has the flare of a gangster movie and the comedy of a play..it's unique and old fashion i like it
Lobster P (mx) wrote: I always thought that directors would run out of ideas for movies. This film told me otherwise. It's strange yet beautiful and well put together.
AL A (es) wrote: Classic.......this man is ridiculously funny.
Becca D (ag) wrote: This is a very lovely childrens film.
Cheryl L (gb) wrote: To call this Home Alone 4 is a massive insult to the 3 movies previous to this. This was not funny or clever, stole the characters names from the previous movies, the characters were not likeable & were quite irritating and was this was just a massive disappointment.
Darryl G (kr) wrote: Unmissable, unflinching, unforgettable.
Josh H (br) wrote: If it makes me fall asleep it can't be that good
Benjamin D (es) wrote: Since watching this the fist time, I've started to appreciate films like "She's Having a Baby" and a few other coming of age type films... However, this one is in it's own class. The comedy and characterization in this film is far more sophisticated and true, it's a film I can watch at any time and it will always warm my tummy like a plate full of fresh chocolate chip cookies. I absolutely adore this movie.
Zack B (au) wrote: One of the greatest documentaries ever made. It has all the important elements that go into being an athlete or a spectator in the Olympics. I say IMPORTANT because what Ichikawa's documentary contains is all the gritty suffering, all of the joyous relief, all of the celebration and all of the human solidarity that the Olympics provide. Others are more concerned with records and actual statistics, but that's not at all what the Olympics should be about and Ichikawa masterfully expresses that with beautiful widescreen presentation where every shot seems like a perfectly prepared photograph or painting. It's a truly remarkable feat.
Ted A (us) wrote: NEXT TO BRANDO, JAMES DEAN'S PERFORMANCE HERE IS ONE OF THE BEST "METHOD" PERFORMANCES EVER CAPTURED ON FILM
Dalmar H (de) wrote: A gem. Bergman found a way to depict what many thought belonged to language or to the novel. How he managed to find such depth without artifice, using the scripted word and the acting performer is beyond me. This film, a unique blend of the late silent film and Fellini's theatre-circus is enough to inspire or paralyse the aspiring filmmaker.
Jason T (kr) wrote: Michael Douglas is great and the movie is fun to watch and thrilling. I wish more happened though and the ending is truly awful. Movie had the potential to be great but its just ok.
Simon D (kr) wrote: Those who thought that the expendables was the first time that these action heroes made fun of themselves is wrong. I think this was it. Arnie show's that he doesn't take himself too seriously by making fun of his own cliche. There are a lot of high profile cameo's and the film does have a fair few funny bits but despite the jokes, it is just another hollywood action film at the end of the day.