If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

A teenager prisoner awaits his release when two weeks before that happens he's told that his mother is returned home. Meanwhile, he finds himself in love with a Sociology student, Ana, working in the penitentiary as an intern.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Romanian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   fight,   flirting,  

Two weeks before his release, a teenage prisoner learns that his mother has returned home. Meanwhile, he finds himself in love with a student working in the penitentiary as an intern. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alex W (de) wrote: why wasn't this better?

Wei G (ru) wrote: Very twisted story! Plus great performance of actors! :d

Robert J (fr) wrote: Banksy is an enormous dweeb but his movie is pretty cool

Justin J (de) wrote: Maybe worth it for seeing the little girl roaring at the very end.

John P (br) wrote: Awesome doc, couldn't have scripted the last 5-minutes any better

Andrey B (au) wrote: Well crafted film set during Napoleonic Wars from Peter Weir. But with all its beauty of cinematography and fine performances you have to love the nautical theme to enjoy this film to the fullest.

Kristy P (es) wrote: My least favorite of the series, with Revelation being better, and Judgment being the BEST of all three even though it's last. Anyway, this one still had some very good points even though it was low budget.

Elena S (it) wrote: the first one is better

Adam R (it) wrote: A lovable family movie that I fondly remember from my childhood. Very sweet! (First viewing - Childhood)

Euphrates D (fr) wrote: Milos Forman captured something about being a teenage girl perfectly...

Byron B (de) wrote: A bureaucrat faces the drudgery of his existence when he learns he will die of cancer. His son and daughter-in-law argue constantly over how to use the life insurance money and wish to avoid any scandal to their family name. Watanabe (Shimura) tries living the high life for once. He belatedly sows wild oats at various post-war clubs with a new "friend," an alcoholic beat poet type guy. Watanabe has a chaste May-December romance with a young lady from his government office. She admits that everyone at the office has nicknamed him "The Mummy." Miki Odagiri plays the girl, Toyo. She is a unique creation of post-war Japan, a modern woman. Watanabe has trouble expressing himself after years of suppressing his emotions. It was sad to think that not every man engages in this kind of soul searching, like my father, who passed about three years before I watched this. Or, at least, my father never expressed this sort of inner struggle. This is the first non-samurai picture by Kurosawa that I've seen. Watanabe eventually vows to cut through the red tape of his profession and do some public good, which baffles most of his family and colleagues. This film is slowly paced, especially at Watanabe's memorial service where the attendees can't quite understand the self-reflective man's late-life decision To Live.

Veer G (br) wrote: Filled with time-travel plot holes and inconsistencies, Project Almanac is still an enjoyable found footage film that shows what happens when the characters go back in time.

Morgan K (br) wrote: Genuine, heartfelt, and totally unique. stands way off from your typical coming of age drama.