When Iris moves to the country to start a veterinary practice, she finds a lot of skeptical villagers as well as disapproval from her city bound boyfriend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A female veterinarian moves to the country side to start her own practice. She encounters a lot a skeptical villagers.
You may also like
Iris torrent reviews
Patryk C (jp) wrote: 'When you talk about The Swimmer, will you talk about yourself?' On a beautiful, hot and sunny day we see a man diving into a swimming pool. He's handsome, masculine, well-built, and he's back to the place he used to live in once. He grabs a drink and starts a rather insignificant conversation with an old-time friend. He's an explorer, an adventurer, and it seems as though he's in desperate need of some new experiences. He discovers that there's a long line of pools in this suburban neighborhood and suddenly decides to 'swim home'. That's how his fascinating journey begins. And I assure you, it's neither an easy nor a pleasurable one. As the man moves from one pool to another, we gradually unravel his life story, piecing all the missing puzzles together. Through all the interactions with the local people his life story begins to form. Some of them adore him, others loathe him, some are friends, others are long-time enemies. The swimmer takes a dip, says a few words, and then he's nowhere to be found. He's like the ghost of a person who previously inhabited his body. Though the conversations that he has seem realistic, they're actually very stiff, incomprehensible, and always unfinished. Yet they tell us more than we need to know about this shady persona. Slowly, we learn about the excruciating story of defeat and humiliation. Behind the swimmer's faked smile hides a grim and dark secret, connected with a troubled past.The film ingeniously moves from day to night and from youth to age, flowing through like a whole lifetime rather than a day. The Swimmer is a most-stylized and artistic film, and its meaning is unclear until the very last moments. It's not before his final, most gut-wrenching encounters, when we discover the allegory hidden in the picture's seemingly vague premise. Behind the face of a pretty upper-class suburbanite hides a tragic hero. His heartbreaking life story exemplifies the failure of the so-called American Dream. Surrounded by many pretentious, emotionless characters the swimmer tries to find solace and redemption, but won't be able to. He's not one of them anymore, given his wretched state. While his former neighbors bathe in the sun and enjoy alcohol-filled parties, the swimmer roams around reminding them of a failed attempt at a glorious life. They seem appalled, frightened even, they are disguised by his sudden appearance. Once he found love in their arms, now all he gets is angry looks and accusations. Based on an imaginative short story by John Cheever, The Swimmer comes as a mannerist, surrealistic, unsettling drama that is as steep as it is sharp. It's Burt Lancaster's most memorable performance. Wondering around the suburbia dressed only in swimming trunks, he portrays not only a cheerless and beaten man, but also an idea that doesn't promise any comfort through its acute and penetrating premise.
Preeti S (br) wrote: "Raavanan" >"Raavan"!
Jessica C (de) wrote: Nice dialogs. Ge You is one of my fav Chinese actors.. I feel a bit sad watching it tho.. how love can damage a person and save a person..
Cameron F (ag) wrote: Unlikeable characters.
Philip B (fr) wrote: People love LOTR, because of its fantastical story, but take a normal guy, and thrust him into the fantastic and I think it caught audiences in an expectation jet wash. The performances were great but the premises missed the mark for a lot of people. I thought this movie was GREAT!!!
Bethany M (nl) wrote: why did they bother with a sequel? WHY?
Daniel A (au) wrote: I have some love for useless B "animal" moviesThsi one is in the category "so bad it gets good"Good in the way you laugh at the horrible piece of junkuseless effects, horrible actors and laughable storyWell it can ofcourse not get more then 1 star..but i think you should check it out anyway if you like these kind of B flicksBig Plus for Gunnar Hansen in role list!!
Eleftheria (nl) wrote: well,i was child and i saw it with my brother..i remember it like i saw it yesterday..
Shannon M (fr) wrote: I absolutely love this movie! its so funny!...
David G (au) wrote: Maybe not so pretty as "NE Gariuy" but perfectly directed full of unforgetable scenes. Danelia manage not to fall to deep in sovietic criticism and just use the world like it is.
Kathleen C (de) wrote: Love this though the book is better, seen it several times now.
JC N (gb) wrote: Best movie ever made.
Craig F (es) wrote: underrated, very dark and sharp edged comedy. It has improved with age.