I Am from Titov Veles

I Am from Titov Veles

"Jas sum od Titov Veles" is a sad story of dissolving and decaying family.The rat race allows no love, no compassion, brings only confusion and destruction. "Jas sum od Titov Veles" captures these absurdities with painful honesty.

Set in the quaint town of Veles, three sisters long to escape the suffocating environment of their dying community. Burdened by memories of their late father, each chooses a different path.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gregory H (de) wrote: Racist white asshole has no qualms about filming the dicks of non-white people despite his refusal to have his own dick put on camera.

Federico F (fr) wrote: Good expectancy simulation surreal, but it was to be expected from the style of the two registi.Sopratutto the movement of the shots, the shooting, the settings and the way to survive the game

Kelly W (it) wrote: Better than I expected at the outset. Eddie Griffin keeps it relatively toned down, so the movie is movie feels more like an ensemble piece than an Eddie Griffin vehicle. Not terribly funny, but I cracked the odd smile.

Michael H (ag) wrote: I love horror films, butch this was just unpleasant, and not even in a good way. It's pure anguish, which I didn't find particularly entertaining. Give me a Texas Chainsaw Massacre film any day, but not this irritating film.

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Calvin C (de) wrote: The memorable music is not the problem nor is the acting. It's the directing and choice of how to stage the songs that bothered me a little. Joshua Logan who directed the original stage play, decided to get fancy and use color filters for each song, making one think they have glaucoma. On the big screen, it might of looked amazing, but translated on the small screen, it just looks silly. Some scenes also feel static and drags in the middle section. Luckily, the movie picks up in the third act. Again, great music, great songs, great acting, but some questionable directing. Still a solid musical from the golden age of musicals. Grade: B

Andrew M (ca) wrote: Sometimes, there's no better way to describe a film than just "awesome:" Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is one of those films. It's smart, it's hilarious, and most of all, it's endlessly entertaining. Shane Black makes his directorial debut a nearly seamless one: working alongside a very self-aware and witty screenplay written by himself, Black directs this neo-noir tale with a slick sense of style that is absolutely admirable. Constant fourth wall breaks and hilarious voiceover narration fit this story seamlessly, and the script is full of rapid-fire, wicked black comedy that is sure to garner some laughs. Robert Downey, Jr., Val Kilmer, and Michelle Monaghan all deliver this sense of humor perfectly, and just add on to this film's hilarity. Each of their performances are some of the best, perhaps the best, of their respective filmographies: considering their talent, that's an impressive feat. Overall, a refreshing little film that tells an engaging story with a dark sense of humor to complement it.

James R (de) wrote: This is a work of absolute genius. If you haven't seen it- then you must. A short film based on the alien equivalent of a driving test - no dialogue but an awesome premise that had me giggling from the outset. This is one of the best Pixar shorts and isn't linked to any of the films - I think on reflection I prefer the Pixar shorts where they are given absolute freedom in their creativity and not bound by using pre-existing characters. This film shows just how amusing and creative the studio can be when given free reign. Well worth seeing, even if you don't go on to watch Ratatouille.

Russell H (es) wrote: plenty of over the top characters

Travis F (ru) wrote: Great doc if you like baseball!