Humboldt County

Humboldt County

Peter is a medical student about to graduate and begin his residency. When his professor fails him, he winds up in bed with an actress and singer named Bogart rolling through Los Angeles. He accompanies her to the redwoods of northern California, where he encounters her eccentric family of pot farmers. But when Bogart runs away without a word, Peter is thrust into the picturesque and bizarre world

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   ocean,   student,  

A disillusioned medical student is stranded for a summer in a remote community of counterculture pot farmers, the last place in the world he imagined he would discover himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lotti K (fr) wrote: Fairly mediocre "horror movie" that isn't remotely horrifying, and whose Sixth Sense-ish twist you can see coming from a mile away.

Iris T (it) wrote: The real cast is Kevin Zegers, Kaley Cucoo, and Nick Carter

addiena i (nl) wrote: A grand movie about a grand voyage. Really captivating till the end. Especially if you share the same religious believe..One of the best road trip & father-son bonding movie that I have ever watched.Excellent!

Travis H (it) wrote: i'm on the toilet for an hour

Kevin M (nl) wrote: Recommended by; Garry.

Will M (au) wrote: I usually hate movies like this, with a clear message and symbolism, but this was done with such a light touch, such good sense, that I really enjoyed it. I'd need to see this again to know whether it is truly as thought-provoking and coherent as it seemed on first viewing. The play within the movie is convincing and original.

Anastasia B (nl) wrote: Criss-Cross is excellent on every technical aspect, has a story that's interesting enough, and so much star material that anyone can still sit down and watch it today, 63 years after it was originally conceived. What really shines through, though, is not the story, or the characters, but Robert Siodmak's great eye, from the interplay of shadows on the wall of Steve's favorite hangout pub, to the last second of the film, a tableu vivant of the two protagonists entangled in death, just like they did in life. Awesome!

Randy P (nl) wrote: Very entertaining, though a little silly.

Meredith W (ca) wrote: Life is good for ad man Ruben Guthrie (Patrick Brammall) - he leads a party boy lifestyle, has a model fiance and lives in a house on the water. But he is an alcoholic and so his fiance Zoya (Abbey Lee) leaves him with instruction that if he can be sober for a year, she'll give him another chance. Despite his hedonistic lifestyle it is easy to sympathise with Ruben given how his progress is hampered by friends, colleagues and even his family. And in this, the comedy makes some important comments on mateship and male interaction, as well as Australia's drinking culture, without being overly preachy. As both first film and stage adaptation, this work from Brendan Cowell, stands up, thanks to its backing from Destination NSW (the waterside Sydney shots are glorious). Alex Dimitriades is a real highlight, as Ruben's hard-living gay friend from uni days.