Elle est rousse. Elle est écossaise. Elle aime le rugby et la cornemuse. Elle vit à Londres, mais se considère en exil. Elle a un fichu caractère et une sacrée descente au whisky. Elle s’appelle Imogène Mc Carthery… du clan des McLeod ! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jason T (it) wrote: Good acting, dialogue and I liked the story. It's a well made film but needs more excitement or suspense as I was getting bored in many scenes. Takes a bit too long to get started too.
Jun Hao T (jp) wrote: A heartwarming French comedy illustrates the friendship between a handicap billionaire and his caretaker.
Cole E (au) wrote: One hell of a good time.
Andrew B (br) wrote: What is perhaps Lucio Fulci best film can only be described as a surreal nightmare. As an audience member we are forced to sit through long stretches waiting for the next gruesome death. The final culmination is that of the dreams of a madman giving the audience no sense of closure, but providing one hell of an entertaining film. Seeing this film on 35mm with an audience is recommended, but the recently released blu ray is very nice. I recommend that any one who enjoys a good horror film see The Beyond.
alex f (ca) wrote: Collin had terrible taste in women... Annoying doesn't come close.
Scott R (ca) wrote: Enjoyable; what a cast!
Ahkah L (ru) wrote: Pretty funny. great storyline.
Brett C (es) wrote: My Own Private Idaho would be the first film I have seen from Gus Van Sant, which is a director I am eager to explore. This is a film that is not something one would just choose for a casual watch, as there are things here that are quite depressing and an ending that could have people be feeling frustrated or confused. I was happy with the film, but there were some aspects about it that needed improvement or needed for me to understand more.The film was written by Gus Van Sant, and the film is based on William Shakespeare's Henry IV. I have not read Shakespeare's Henry IV, so I came into this film blind. The film is essentially about the life of two individuals, Mike and Scott. The film doesn't contain a clear plot for us to grab onto, and this was something I found disappointing at times because some moments in the film feeling close to empty, with only a hint of character development to keep it's audience engaged. Maybe it would get better during a second viewing, as l know what I'll be getting into. The point of the film is to observe the journey that these two protagonist go through together and separately; searching for that something to keep living life, a sense of purpose with the ultimate goal being happiness. Van Sant has explored this idea very well, with Idaho always being the starting point of a new journey. The film's characters just keeps on searching and searching for that certain something, hoping to not come back where they started from, Idaho. Van Sant doesn't beat us over the head with the film's ideas and messages, instead lets us find it ourselves. He lets the characters develop in their own way, building it brick by brick as each scene passes. The film also never goes where you expect it to go, keeping me interested and surprised throughout.The film was directed by Gus Van Sant, and this was his third film. Van Sant gave My Own Private Idaho, for the most part, a melancholy tone with only some moments containing a sense of energy and optimism. I was also surprised on how funny the film was, though the comedy at times was a bit dark and may come off differently with others, but nevertheless I laughed. On some spots of the film, I can see it's influences from other films, particularly Dennis Hopper's Easy Rider. The ending of the film just screams out Easy Rider but Van Sant avoids it from being too similar by giving it a sense of hope as the car drives on. Surprisingly the film still has that Shakespearean quality, especially in scenes when Mike and Scott are with Bob Pigeon in Portland, where dialogue and blocking seems to come close to the line of over-dramatic. The film shows us footage of Mike's mother which is clearly meant to mean something important for the character and his journey but I wasn't entirely sure on what the director was trying to say. The film also explored the lives of these young adults and what they have to do in order to just get by, again I wasn't sure what Van Sant was trying to do here as he doesn't seem to judge them or praise them. It's neutral footing makes me wonder on why there was such an emphasis on it. I need to watch this film a couple more times to comprehensively understand the film's characters and themes. I found it clever for the director to use the character's Narcolepsy also as a tool in controlling the film's pacing. Van Sant was able to have us feel how Mike feels, we never seem to have a sense of time and place until we are fully awake and be filled with the details. I didn't have a problem with the use of this style of pacing as it helps build the character faster and not take too long on a specific point in the character's journey. Saying that, I still think the film is just a tad too long, and would have benefited from a 10-15 minute trim.The film's directors of photography were John J. Campbell and Eric Alan Edwards. I don't really wanna go into it as I was way too invested in trying to understand the film's ideas and themes, not giving myself enough time to pay attention to the film's photography. I can definitely say that some moments were shot in a way that was quite unexpected and hilarious, like the film's sex scenes, which has characters freeze at a certain way while the cinematographers are shooting. The film contains flashbacks and visions of Mike's life with his mother, and they were shot similarly to a home video recorder, giving that feeling of age and a sense of time. The film's ending also has this clever reference with the camera starting close to a character and goes further and further away vertically almost as if we were saying goodbye. I thought having that was really clever.I am not sure whether or not the film contains an original score as I only remember the film only using soundtracks from various artists. The songs that I do remember were quite nice to listen to and each track seem to represent a certain moment in the character's lives and not always connected tonally with each other.The film's acting was definitely top notch boasting the best performance I have seen from River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves. They both seem to really grasp this sense of loss in direction. They don't know what's ahead of them, all they know is they have each other right now and they need to do what they need to do for this day in order to get to the next one. Both actors were able to do convey the subtle pains and thoughts of their characters, while also being able to bring this energy and Shakespearean dramatics that was needed for the scenes in Portland.My Own Private Idaho was a good film, and definitely one that proved to the general audience that he is a great director. I will need to watch this film again in the future in order for me to completely understand the film's intentions and also to give it a proper review that it deserves. I apologise for the lack of comprehension in this review.