The story is about a woman who lives alone. Her son went to his father in another place. The first character is a maid in a hotel to serve the people. First, she got some serious problems in her job. She couldn't take care of both, her job and her son. Her supervisor solved some her problems because he was a good man and may like her. She was not rich and proud, she listened her colleague advice about sex because she didn't have sex for about seven years. She went accidentally to a room who a blind man is living. He was naked after a shower and he talked on his phone. after that, he looked for his socks but he touched the maid body that listened his conversation and be completely quiet. then they started to do sex.
Matthew D (de) wrote: Weaving an entirely new plot around the comic's basic set-up is fair enough; nothing is going to match something written by Grant Morrison and the top of his game and that would be hard to adapt. This tries admirably with what it's got; the new story beats work, the bat-family members have the correct voice (both literally and figuratively) and the dynamics of their interaction is where the film derives most of its entertainment value. The action is enjoyable, although it's unbelievable even for its type; these are meant to be humans not super-humans after all. This is nitpicking one might think, but after a while I found the tension dissipate from the fighting (of which there is a lot) because the characters seemed so invincible. The villains don't help in the suspense department either, Deathstroke is just not menacing and Talia is castrated, forced into the role of loving mother and motivation for the male characters, she loses the ruthlessness that defines her.
Sam B (fr) wrote: War brings us together to tear each other apart.
Red L (ag) wrote: Ariel seems too dependant on her dad Sam. When this dependency is threatened by Sam's girlfriend (Mary), Ariel punches her. It turns out that Mary's sister is a boxer. Who knows what will happen?
Nancy D (de) wrote: He was the best topical protest singer/songwriter ever
The N (gb) wrote: Me aburri, por cierto, el asesino es el polica que hace los perfiles psicolgicos.
(es) wrote: Cast: Parker Posey, Jeff Goldblum, Saffron Burrows, D.J. Mendel, Liam Aiken, Jasmin Tabatabai, Chuck Montgomery, James Urbaniak, John Keogh, Claudia Michelsen Director: Hal Hartley Summary: When it's discovered that her deceased ex-husband's manuscript contains information that could threaten national security and implicate the government in a variety of conspiracies, Fay Grim (Parker Posey) is forced to travel to Paris and retrieve the book before it falls into the wrong hands. A follow-up to the critically acclaimed Henry Fool, this puzzling thriller from Hal Hartley also stars Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows. My Thoughts: "It's an offbeat kind of film full of some odd, quirky characters. The story is OK and interesting enough to keep you watching, but it just wasn't anything special. Parker Posey, is what kept me watching this movie. She does a really great job in this film. I enjoyed Jeff Goldblum, in this as well. Thought him and Parker were quite funny in this. The acting in this film is a bit over the top, which makes the film seem even more silly. But I think it was the directors intention to have some of the scenes to come off that way. In the end, it was just an OK flick with some funny moments. If your a fan of Parker Posey, I would say have a go at this film."
Marcus M (de) wrote: Jean-Hughes Anglade is the best thing in this heist gone wrong flick.
PerChristian H (es) wrote: An AMAZING film! Exquisite, deeply moving; a cinematic poem concerning one family's bitter struggle and desperation, but ultimately survival, of sorts, on a tiny, arid Japanese island. One of several Shindo Kaneto masterpieces; essential viewing!
Drey L (kr) wrote: Le livre est mille fois mieux, plus croustillant et absorbant. (Critique de imo)