Adapted from the 1951 non-fiction account by psychoanalyst Georges Devereux, “Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian,” the film follows the true story of Picard (Del Toro), a Plains Indian of the Blackfeet nation, as he returns from WWII and begins experiencing unexplainable symptoms shortly thereafter. He travels to the famous Winter Hospital in Topeka, Kansas, where he meets Devereux (Amalric), thus beginning a professional and personal friendship guided by compassion and understanding of Native American culture.
- Stars:Benicio Del Toro, Mathieu Amalric, Gina McKee, Larry Pine, Joseph Cross, Gary Farmer, Michelle Thrush, Misty Upham, Jennifer Podemski, Michael Greyeyes, A Martinez, Jesse Arehart-Jacobs, Elya Baskin, Loren Bass, Anton Bassey,
- Director:Arnaud Desplechin,
- Writer:Sherman Alexie (verses from poem "Tribal Ceremony"), Arnaud Desplechin, Georges Devereux (based on "Reality and Dreams" by), Kent Jones, Julie Peyr
A Native American Veteran suffering from a series of psychological issues develops a deeply powerful friendship with his progressive French psychoanalyst as they discover and attempt to understand the source of his illness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jimmy P. torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: very creepy, very intriguing, great performances. I was fascinated from beginning to end.
(de) wrote: This is a thought-provoking journey that reveals how relevant God is for today and boldly explores the importance of God in our culture. Time Changer is an interesting look at the timeless importance of God with a timeless message that could change your life!
(au) wrote: mon encien voisin est un figurans assez important lol, le sauveteur a la fin :P
(kr) wrote: This is FAR from perfect BUT I can't say it wasn't still fun to watch. This one falls under the genre of "WTF?". Very surreal BUT in a tickle your fancy kind of way like the fizz dancing on top of your soda - nothing too hard or heavy (or meaningful) just all over the place. A fractured fairy tale of love for giggles and smiles so don't expect to make sense of it. I enjoyed this sweet little movie from New Zealand and ohhhhh Karl Urban-yes indeedy!
(it) wrote: Overlooked and totally winning comedy from Lawrence Kasdan. Fresh and wonderful.
(ru) wrote: Classic Cage... He's Tiny Elvissss!
(br) wrote: I liked the fact that it lived up to its name
(ca) wrote: The American version of the DVD apparently is dubbed in English, which is annoying, because the voiceover sounds like a 30 year old woman with no emotion. Despite this, the movie has a perfect balance between dialogue and silence, and has great cinematography of an underground Berlin surrounded by a futuristic, Blade Runner-type landscape of skyscrapers and neon lights.
(jp) wrote: So so. Depardieu looks a little uncomfortable at times, in fact the entire cast fail to produce anything beyond competent. I wonder how much the director really wanted this to work, as he really lets a golden opportunity slip away.
(ca) wrote: Lots of nudity, kung fu, zombies, bad dialogue, and VERY cheap effects. This is exactly the kind of stuff you want in this kind of movie. It definitely had enough boobs and kung fu, but it could have used some more zombies and "wow that's bad" kind of moments. I loved the end when the villain jumped in the water only to be eaten by piranhas. If only we had more of those kinds of moments, this might be a cult classic. Instead, it was just kind of walking the fine line between stupid and boring. I enjoyed it though, and you really only need to watch the trailer to know if it's the kind of movie for you or not.
(br) wrote: How to make a sequel to a bad film? Well, make it worse. While the first Mortal Kombat is entertaining and to some (including me) a guilty pleasure, it's not a good film. But this film takes "shitty" to a whole new level. The acting is horrendous, the story sounds like it was written by a five-year old, ... It actually hurt my eyes by how bad this thing even looked. Let's just put a bag over it's head, throw it in the basement and forget it ever existed.
(de) wrote: Schlesinger at his very best. It was considered shocking when it was first released but it's one of those films that I MUST see at least twice a year. It's definitely a big influence on the directors of the new queer cinema, of which many weren't even born when it was first released. The critics loved it so, while it was well respected, people stayed away in droves. Their loss.
(jp) wrote: funny.epic.cool that's all no mistakes or flaws I love this movie.