Gjest Baardsen

Gjest Baardsen

Filmen foregår i en tid preget av hungersnød. Norge har vært i krig med England og Sverige og tidene er vanskelige. Gjest Baardsen har kommet i klammeri med loven, visstnok på grunn av en bagatell. Men Gjest bryter seg ut, i stedet er det lensmannen som blir låst fast med håndjern. Og Gjest flykter stadig med lensmenn og godtfolk på slep.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1939
  • Language:Norwegian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   mountain,   forest,  

Etter krigen med Sverige og England hersker det stor nød i Norge. Det blir utstedt en fororning om at alt sølv skal innleveres til staten. Gjest Baardsen er kommet på kant med loven på ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jessica L (ca) wrote: Don't even bother with this nonsense.

Melissa M (es) wrote: 2 hours and 8 minutes of my life that I'll never get back.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: GREAT DOC ABOUT CHEF PAUL LIEBRANDT ND HIS COOKING-ALOT BETTER THAN THAT PSYCHO ON TV'S HELL'S KITCHEN!

Cassandra M (es) wrote: It is, perhaps, surprising that more films about the Spanish Civil War haven't been made. The Spanish landscape, the sheer ruthlessness of any civil war, and the perceived Spanish emotions all combine to make what would appear to be an attractive proposition for a film-maker. The names of Picasso and Lorca will forever have an association with the war, yet where are the artists representing cinema? All the more surprising then that it should have been British director Ken Loach who took up the cudgels. Loach is probably best known for his gritty portrayals of the British working class (and under-class), something that has, perhaps, made him more approachable outside his own country.In tackling the Spanish Civil War any writer is faced with the overwhelming complexities that underlie the events. The regionalism (think only of the Catalan and Basque regions, let alone Galicia and Andalusia), the monarchy, the Catholic Church, landowners, trade unions, anarchists plus the leaderships of the Nationalist and Republican movements all combined to create a very tangled web. Add to that outside involvement, principally from Mussolini and Stalin, the vacillation of Britain and France and, of course, the omnipresence of Hitler, and anyone might wonder where to start.Loach and Allen take their approach through the eyes of an unemployed Liverpudlian, David Carr (admirably played by Ian Hart) who, as a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, answers the call to fight for the Republic. We follow his exploits through a number of episodes, involving battles, falling in love, injury and, ultimately, a degree of disillusion as the reality of Stalin's views eventually come to dominate, and eventually destroy, his cause. The film is supremely well-made, highlighting the horrors, the camaraderie, and the political divisions. In particular, the debate amongst the militia about collectivisation after they have taken a small town takes no sides, but simply allows a number of valid arguments to be exposed within the context of the shifting sands of the war.There is still ample material for the industry to go on to make more films on this important period in history. But Loach has set the benchmark.Was the above review useful to you?

Carlos R (fr) wrote: It's hard to believe how stupid it is.

Wayne H (es) wrote: I like bad cinema and Tracy Scoggins both, but this film was, at times, just annoying.

Richard A (us) wrote: Late eighties german gore roughie which was well known in tape trading circles worldwide but somehow this indie horror/gore/exploitation afficinado missed it entirely and is thankfully discovering it now because its been re-released. Its cheaply made and the quality of this directors cut is as bad as the original because I also got a copy of the original print and it slightly differs! For genre and gore buffs there is a nice juicey scene (pre-cursor to Nekromantik) of the character John Lucker boinging a decomposing female corpse in glorious grainy detail. The film in general is pretty poor, some cheap gore thrills but the ending sucked donkey dick, too rushed and poorly done but I guess I shouldn't have expected much according to the rest of it.

Rick L (gb) wrote: "Infamy, infamy", ....oh, you know the rest. Brilliant camp fun courtesy of the usual suspects

Zoran S (ru) wrote: Unremarkable film from Nicholas Ray. It has some good performances, but it's otherwise standard.

Private U (kr) wrote: Un peu de poivre !!!!!!!

Greg W (kr) wrote: skelton is the fuel that makes this musical go

Laurence C (de) wrote: I can't express how bad this movie was. I was thrilled for some good Anne Rice stuff until I started it... who exactly is the main character? Lestat, Jesse? I couldn't tell. This movie was bad from the begginning until the end... the antagonist Akasha doesn't appear until the very end of the movie, we do not get attached to any character as Lestat acts like a dumbass egocentric and Jesse is not present enough to seem interesting... is it a love story or Lestat's life one? I couldn't tell. One of the worse and most uninteresting movies I have seen in my entire life.

Art S (nl) wrote: Liv Ullmann and Max Von Sydow are civilians who find themselves caught up in war in this astonishingly potent film from Ingmar Bergman. As the movie opens, we find them alone in their remote island farmhouse. They speak of political tensions and hostilities that seem to have led to some cultural collapse (the symphony orchestra for which they worked has shut down). But soon convoys of soldiers are rolling through, then fighter planes (which eventually firebomb their area). After a run-in with the "liberators", they are rounded up by the "defenders" (my terms) and interrogated (roughly). They are forced to choose sides and become compromised. The local resistance group targets them. Under pressure, they violate their own moral principles. They fight with each other. Things become bleak and apocalyptic. In the end, who is ashamed? Is it God? Is it humankind? Is it world leaders? Is it the characters in the film? Is it you and me? How can such things happen - and continue to happen?

Berni E (kr) wrote: Its Anthony Hopkins - whats not to like?!