Jakob arrives at the Institute Benjamenta (run by brother and sister Johannes and Lisa Benjamenta) to learn to become a servant. With seven other men, he studies under Lisa: absurd lessons ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream That One Calls Human Life
Jakob arrives at the Institute Benjamenta (run by brother and sister Johannes and Lisa Benjamenta) to learn to become a servant. With seven other men, he studies under Lisa: absurd lessons ...
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Mike W (it) wrote: Fun Christmas movie.
Monika A (au) wrote: she doesnt know anything about war was she there NO .... n why the fuck r u bringing back bad times ...
Greg W (ca) wrote: the film is barely distinguished from other thrillers with visually impaired protagonists (Blink, Julia's Eyes, etc), and suffers from an over-obvious solution and some overblown melodrama in the final scenes.
Tara F (it) wrote: It was very very good. They left a few questions unanswered for me. But all in all I loved it. Wish it had been longer!
Hate Y (de) wrote: Comercial! or stupid! :|
Alejandro E (de) wrote: Una de las esenciales de Oliver Stone en el que muestra el lado oscuro,sin etica del mercado accionario.A destacar Michael Douglas y un joven Charlie Sheen pre-Two and a half men
Calvin C (nl) wrote: As a musical, the songs are not memorable and it's weird when the characters break into song. As a look into how the United States got its independence, it is a great historical film. Grade: B-
Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Imagine a big budget Disney animation about a princess in a castle and then, right in the middle of the effort they switch, ala the black and white to color switch in The Wizard Of Oz, to live action, and that gives you an idea of what you're getting in this sumptuous Joel Schumacher production. It's all so big, so grand, the idea that you're meant to be impressed becomes more distracting than what's grand. Distracting from what, you ask? From the core idea, irreplaceable really, that the Phantom himself is a monster. Why it was decided to ditch that element I'll never know, but what remains is clear: boring filmmaking. So you get all the sets: tremendous. The music: not bad, like music videos for the last generation, big time. Costumes? Hoo boy! But connection? Very little. Missed it by THAT much.
Drew W (de) wrote: I give this a 92/A-.
Lucas M (fr) wrote: Original was better.
Olga B (au) wrote: AMAZING! I never thought that I would enjoy this movie so much, but I did. Acting is fantastic!