Helsinki, Forever

Helsinki, Forever

Helsinki, Forever is a montage film about the city of Helsinki by the award-winning Finnish film director and academic Peter von Bagh. The film draws a portrait of Helsinki and also acts as an essay on Finnish culture in a wider sense. It shows Helsinki as captured by leading Finnish feature film and documentary makers over a period of one hundred years.

Helsinki, Forever is a montage film about the city of Helsinki by the award-winning Finnish film director and academic Peter von Bagh. The film draws a portrait of Helsinki and also acts as an essay on Finnish culture in a wider sense. It shows Helsinki as captured by leading Finnish feature film and documentary makers over a period of one hundred years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Reve K (fr) wrote: I liked the plot, although it has been done before. This must have been low budget because everything seemed amateurish, kind of like an old "Lost in Space" tv show. I would have liked to have seen this movie idea made with better quality acting, writing and setting/special affects. As it is, I'm being generous giving it 2 stars, mostly because I liked the idea and I like sci fy.

Ed C (ca) wrote: One line summary: Retelling of the Lizzie Borden story is incoherent and badly assembled.--------------------------------- The film starts with back story told in voice over narration with period 1892 articles such as newspapers and photographs. It then shifts to the present, say 2013, with what is going on with Lizzie Allen, both now and when she was much younger, say six years old. She has a therapist, Dr Fredericks, who uses hypnosis, not always with good results. Lizzie lives again in the house where she lived when she was a child. Dr Fredericks thinks something traumatic happened there when she was young. She's seeing daydreams and night dreams that are rather horrible. She has trouble remembering her childhood clearly. Ah, she used to have tea parties with a doll that survived the original Lizzie Borden era. She drinks a lot of wine and watches scary movies with the boy friend, and does not seem able to get her meds right. Then she sees (hallucinates) herself introducing the doll, Lucy, to her. Even worse, she sees the Lizzie Borden figure use an axe to kill her younger self. Dr Fredericks of course associates this with childhood memories and an attempt to resolve them in adulthood. The next day she goes off on the cable guy, has trouble shaving her legs safely, and hears things go bump in the night. Jason comes in as a masked burglar, and Lizzie does not take it well. Who would? Jason starts hearing the bump in the night; he gets out his stashed pistol and barely hides it in the living room. Maggie is Lizzie's new neighbor. She tries to help Lizzie break into part of the basement that the cable guy could not get to. They fail, but it gets Lizzie more comfortable swinging the axe that Maggie picked out. Jason manages to get into the basement, where he experiences more bump in the night phenomena. Dr Fredericks drops Lizzie as a patient, since she demands stronger meds, but will not confront her childhood issues. Maggie turns out not to be what she first said she was. Jason takes a turn for the worse, and Lizzie feels more and more alone. That is not the worst of it all. Will Lizze resolve her issues? Is there something supernatural going on here?--------Scores---------- Cinematography: 5/10 Dark, generally with low contrast, or slightly out of focus. There's a bit of camera jump as well. SFX were laughable. Sound: 9/10 Fine. Acting: 2/10 Most of the minutes of the show have Amanda Baker alone or in frame. So the movie sinks or swims with her, and I don't believe her performance. Leif Holt is pretty bad as well. Corbin Bernson was fine, but he was not onscreen all that much. Gary Busey has done much better in other movies. Screenplay: 0/10 The past and the present did not blend well here. For the movie to work, they did need to resolve clearly and effectively. The retelling of the 1892 story was not put together well either. The absurd ending was just too much.

Ryan G (it) wrote: A historically significant look into the kaleidoscope that was the New York School of Art from 1955-1985. Hanging the story around Henry Geldzahler curatorial work was a unique way to approach a massive subject. Unfortunately the heart of the story - Geldzahler's personality, desire and conflcts - was not developed enough for me to really enter his world. You could argue form mirrors content, but I thought the art had more soul and depth than the film.

Dena S (jp) wrote: Not bad. It was very different and i couldn't decide what was going to happen next which was a nice change.

David C (it) wrote: A dark little tale that permanently turned me into an Otaku. Beautiful animation, good voice acting, but it serves mostly as a companion to the Manga.Still a decently entertaining watch.

Ipoy I (ag) wrote: pertama kali jatuh cinta ama Jennifer Connely :D

Richard C (ag) wrote: Weird little film. What happens when one sibling (Or shall I say gender?) is preferred over another one. The psychological errors that can be inflicted upon the isolated ones. The ambiguity carries the film for a while, later it becomes a little cliche and predictable. The voice for the sex ed doll is perfectly chilling, and he's a sex ed doll for a reason.

Paul D (es) wrote: Enjoyable farce around the Beatles debut appearance in the USA, with a great mix of comedy, buffoonery and satire surrounding their most fanatical fans.

Morten S (it) wrote: En af historiens bedste WWII-actiondrn, fremragende udtnkt af Alistair MacLean. Fyldt med overraskelser og twists, som holder vand hele vejen, og er umulige at gennemskue undervejs. Eastwood er dejlig sammenbidt, og Burton er (naturligvis) uovertruffen. Et klassisk mestervrk, alle br se.

Katie R (ru) wrote: Another of the big ensemble movies of the early 1930s, though this ensemble is a little less star-studded than "Grand Hotel" or "Dinner at Eight". However, the cast is wonderful and it's hard to go wrong with the great Walter Huston, the charming Pat O'Brien, and the lovely Constance Cumming.

MF J (it) wrote: Biography of Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas, this film follows his early starts then his exile from Cuba to the united states. It's very well shot by visual artist Julian Schnabel, well written & very different from most biographical films but it's an interesting film to watch.

Nicolas L (us) wrote: A good fictionalized take on one of the first trials of the century. But I still find 'Rope' to be a much more probing and intriguing take on the subject.

Hannah K (nl) wrote: This Rom Com with Matthew McConaughey is really good. He always does a great job with every role he plays