Into the Mind

Into the Mind

From the makers of All.I.Can comes the new feature film Into the Mind. Blur the lines between dream state and reality, as you perceive the world through the minds of many. Into the Mind contemplates the experiences passed between mentors and peers to paint a philosophical portrait of human kind. What drives us to overcome challenge? How do we justify risk? What forces are at the core of a mountain addiction? Unique athlete segments over a multitude of mountain sport genres depict the connectivity of Earth, and window into never-seen-before moments. Explore how we begin our perception of self, construct the foundations of confidence, and are ultimately led up the path of self-actualization.

The film describe the emotion of skiers adventuring to conquer Alaska, Bolivia, the Himalaya. They pass thourgh many harsh, dangerous trials to win themselves and get prize. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Into the Mind torrent reviews

Alex M (jp) wrote: Disney turns a simple premise into something ingenious. Had me laughing the whole way through.

Kent D (jp) wrote: Brilliant movie... Holbrook is as ever stellar, and turns in a beautiful nuanced performance here, and Ray McKinnon (the Reverend from Deadwood) is fantastic. 2 flawed main characters - with whom do you sympathize? McKinnon's Choat is a bastard alright, but his family are good and kind. Holbrook's Meecham just wants his home back, but he's no saint either. Walton Goggins (also starring as Holbrook's son) and Ray McKinnon's production company are behind this and I'd love to see more from them.

Charles P (fr) wrote: Tormented falls far short of being interesting or scary.

(mx) wrote: what is sadder than being betrayed by one's family? Teenagers who are awakened and bored with the middle class family and education structures have no way to escape from them. sad but true. I love this best in 33th HKIFF.

Leonie P (fr) wrote: Such a wonderful, beautifully acted, sad Australian film set in Victoria. Extremely poignant true story....

Steve V (gb) wrote: It's like nothing happened, and it worked. I am convinced it was filmed in the 80s.

Ashley H (de) wrote: Bulworth is a decent film. It is about a suicidally disillusioned liberal politician who puts a contract out on himself and takes the opportunity to be bluntly honest with his voters. Warren Beatty and Halle Berry give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Warren Beatty did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and humor.

Keith H (br) wrote: No one has heard of this film but they should of .

Lanning (nl) wrote: Another fascinating "End of the 60s" film that puts a capstone on a remarkable decade. I don't ever think I've seen an "end of innocence" theme portrayed quite so literally or more startlingly. A decade where everyone "grew up" quickly, became disabused of their navet, were politicized, found their voices -- how interesting that Rhoda is, in the end, silenced and rendered passive. She's the most articulate character in the movie up until she is raped. The rest is silence. In fact the rape marginalizes her right out of the end of the film. This is very well written, and Cathy Burns as Rhoda was not only nominated for a supporting actress Oscar, but I'm thinking maybe she actually should have won it. And speaking of suddenly growing up, coming of age, it's great to see Barbara Hershey, Richard "John Boy" Thomas, and Bruce Davison growing up into acting adulthood. I wonder, perhaps if it weren't for The Waltons, if Thomas would have had a bigger acting career. He really is very good in this one, topped only by Cathy Burns.

Jon C (ca) wrote: a very short anthology film but an original piece of work by Stephen King himselfall 3 stories center around a cat that goes from place to place witnessing one horrific event to the nextthe first story is about what happens to a smoker when he ignores quitting more than he should, the second story involves the consequences of adultery as well as greed, and the final story is the dangers of a small child's imaginationDrew Barrymore at a young age actually makes quite a few appearances in all of themthe last story in my opinion is the most imaginative cause it feels very Speilberg-ish with a monstrous trollplus there are a lot of nods to his previous works and it clearly showsa timekiller of a movie

Russ B (ca) wrote: 5/7/2016: A great movie! The cast was great and the story was unique and funny.

Muffin M (de) wrote: For 20 years an elusive serial killer has assumed his victim's identities. But now there's a breakthrough, Scott (Angelina Jolie) is assigned to the case and it's her job to know what makes a killer tick. But somehow this killer knows even more about Scott.also stars Ethan Hawke, Tcheky Karyo, Olivier Martinez, Gena Rowlands, Jean-Hughes Anglade, Kiefer Sutherland, Paul Dano and Justin Chadwin.directed by D.J. Caruso.