Just the Wind
Drawing inspiration from the death-squad murders of several Gypsy families in Hungary in 2008, director Bence Fliegauf's chilling and unforgettable real-life horror story follows a family whose dreams of emigration and escape are suddenly, horribly destroyed.
- Stars:Jason Maza, Nick Nevern, Tom Burke, Ray Fearon, Steven O'Donnell, Morgan Watkins, Josef Altin, Ronnie Fox, Leo Gregory, Keith-Lee Castle, Lorraine Stanley, Craig Fairbrass, Katalin Toldi, Gyöngyi Lendvai, Lajos Sárkány, György Toldi, Gyula Horváth, Attila Egyed, Gergely Kaszás, Zsolt Végh, Emese Vasvári, Máté Tóth, Franciska Töröcsik, Laszlo Cziffer, Kálmán Csurár, Gyula Jungwirth, Károlyné Katalin Szakály,
- Country:Hungary, Germany, France
- Director:Benedek Fliegauf,
- Writer:Benedek Fliegauf
Unknown racist murderers have already attacked four families. Some of them died. Who will be the next on this ordinary day? Inspired by a true story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Just the Wind torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: a witty mixture of multiple genres and its exhilarating plot with twists outshine its shallow characters big time (y)
(ca) wrote: Well I love documentaries and crosswords so this was a no brainer. Loved it.
(jp) wrote: Segunda Guerra Mundial. Adam es un artista de circo, prisionero en un campo de concentracin, que logra salvar su vida por medio de un acuerdo con los nazis, que consiste en entretener a los judos antes de que entren en las cmaras de gas. Muy buena pelcula.
(nl) wrote: Silly, but extremely memorable comedy from Russian about what happens when a handsome 19-year old Kalmyk lad falls for a yuppified Russian advertising executive with a beautiful girlfriend. Never expected this kind of screwball gay love triangle from Russia!
(ca) wrote: good movie Ive been sprung a time or too!
(ru) wrote: Russell Crowe delivers an electrifying performance, but, sadly, the film does very little to reward it. "Romper Stomper" deals with a controversial topic and it wants to discard the conventional l setup, which would have implied a transformation of its group of misfits, in favor of a documentary-like approach. And here is where it falls woefully short because of its lack of insight. Geoffrey Wright seems to be more interested in fights, parties, hangouts and occasional murders, than he is in properly developing his film's characters. Because except for Hando, the rest of them are merely a sum of cliches. This might have worked as well, but as I said before, the film offers little insight. We are briefly acquainted with their reasons, but beyond those very few scenes in which this happens, "Romper Stomper" switches between pointless scenes involving parties, fights, some sex and occasional murders. Since there is no character development, there aren't any real connections between the characters. The ones presented are either fake or forced. Also, Wright seems to mistake raw violence for intensity and it is rather amusing to see a film that is fairly violent and yet it has no emotional impact whatsoever. No even in the crucial scenes. Some might argue that most of these things happen because of that documentary-like approach I talked about, but a documentary should document something. In "Romper Stomper" that something is missing and what could have been used as a starting point, it is used here as a punchline.
(us) wrote: Worth it alone for Mickey Rourke's performance. He was such a good actor before the experiment with boxing. And Eric Roberts' is always entertaining even though he goes WAY over the top a few times haha. Solid flick that was always entertaining.
(it) wrote: A weak Caesar with weak acting. The movie ends with peace between humans yet we know that humans are captured 600 years later. It continues its plot holes just like all the other sequels. It does have a fun battle scene, and it's watchable.
(de) wrote: Fantastic remake. A little bloated, but it's epic in scale, which is a fitting homage to such a classic. Is played equally tragic, which is also suitable.
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(ca) wrote: You can tell this is a Howard Hawks film because it feels like a cross between Only Angels Have Wings and Bringing Up Baby... and maybe a Disney movie or a nature documentary. It's about a multi-cultural (although, notably, it's the two American white guys who end up with the girls) ragtag team of a big game hunters in the African wilderness. There isn't much of a plot, it's more a series of anecdotes. Some exciting, some funny, some cute. Some of the hunting scenes are marvelously done, and there's some of that terrific Hawks banter. But a lot of it just feels goofy, and the Henry Mancini score doesn't help (at least now I know where "Baby Elephant Walk" comes from). All it takes are a few lame sight gags or slapstick segments to ruin it, and there's more than a few. But I do love how Hawks handles the John Wayne persona and always makes him much more likeable and fallible. Overall it just didn't strike the right tone with me, too cutesy and flippant and dare I say wholesome, but there are some nice moments.