Kissed by Winter
Following her son's death, Victoria moves to a small community to work as a doctor at the local clinic. She attempts to forget and move on with her life but finds it impossible when a local boy is found dead in the snow and Victoria must tell the boy's parents. Police quickly explains it as an accident but Victoria finds that there is something strange about the whole affair.
- Stars:Annika Hallin, Kristoffer Joner, Fridtjov Såheim, Göran Ragnerstam, Linn Skåber, Axel Zuber, Jade Francis Haj, Michalis Koutsogiannakis, Mina Azarian, Trine Wiggen, Klara Døving, Henrik Storsveen, Luis Engebrigtsen Bye, Nina Andresen Borud,
- Director:Sara Johnsen,
- Writer:Ståle Stein Berg, Sara Johnsen
After her son is hospitalized, a doctor cheats on her husband with a snow plow driver who is a suspect in her investigation of the recent death of a young Arab boy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kissed by Winter torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Yet Another great stop motion movie! Again I love the style of this movie!!! Its one of my faves!
(es) wrote: I just came up to se Alex Pettyfer.
(gb) wrote: In "A Bird of the Air," Lyman(Jackson Hurst, of "Drop Dead Diva") is a loner who works nights for the New Mexico highway department. Otherwise, he spends his free time taking classes at the local community college and eats at a nearby diner. That holds true until an exotic parrot drops into his lap at the trailer where he lives. While researching the true owner of the parrot and the meaning behind his enigmatic sayings, Lyman runs into Fiona(Rachel Nichols, of "The Inside," "Alias," and "Continuum" but not the Rachel Nichols who works for ESPN), an itinerant librarian. "A Bird of the Air" is a engaging and amusing romantic comedy that refreshingly relies on a cute dog for its charm this time around, instead of the usual cute baby. Beneath the surface, the movie is about the quest for knowledge and how that can improve one's life, with the mythical west as a background. That's not to mention Rachel Nichols' winning goofy performance in a definite change of pace for her.
(nl) wrote: cool premise, but the acting was so bad it made it hard to watch the movie
(de) wrote: Brilliant and beautiful
(gb) wrote: Deep dives into the nature of consciousness with a side platter of police action, gunplay and high-speed pursuit. At first glance this may come off as stiff and impenetrable, but like the thematically-similar Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell offers untold rewards to repeat viewers. The nature of our memories, how they define us, and the dangers of nefarious interference upon them; these are some pretty heavy topics, and it should come as no surprise that it takes some time to really let it all sink in. Reflective and immersive, the film spends a lot of time ruminating on the meaning of life - both in conversation and in the long, lingering glances of city still-life it indulges upon between bursts of action. In these scenes, Kenji Kawai's magnificent score really gets a chance to shine; haunting and alien, it's a strange beauty and a perfect pairing for the uneasy-in-your-own-skin themes explored by the film. The art direction is a similar brow-raiser, effectively bringing the residents and landscape of New Port City to life in a style that remains loyal to Masamune Shirow's original work while also carving out a bold, fresh identity of its own. It's rare for a twenty-year-old film about technology to still remain relevant in a modern light, but this one somehow seems even more appropriate today. The advent of smartphones and tablets alone has brought the essence of human interaction up for debate, and this lonesome vision of a near-future Japan now seems hauntingly prescient. A conceptual powerhouse, it does have faults - far too many stationary talking heads, breathlessly spouting plot points - but inarguably deserves its status as one of eastern animation's cornerstones. I fear its subtlety and nuance will be lost upon Hollywood's forthcoming live-action adaptation.
(br) wrote: The Karnstein trilogy thus far has been about deconstructing the symbol of vampires as the ultimate evil, so it seems fitting to see Peter Cushing, normally in the White Knight role of Van Helsing, play a zealous witch burner who terrorizes innocent young women in this final film. Whereas the vampires are pretty indiscriminately evil for once in this trilogy, all the ambiguity is given over to the battle between Cushing's means and his ends. Throwing his twin nieces into the mix is a clever way of calling out his hypocrisy, however, the ending feels a bit too clean cut for my tastes. Still, an interesting twist on the Hammer formula.
(es) wrote: A rather gentle spoof of the 007 genre, that nearly trips over itself when it practically becomes a Bond film. Gratuitous shots of lovely women in bikinis with guns, ridiculous gadgets (cigars that fire bullets, anyone?), and a relentless attraction to our leading man from any human creature with female sexual organs. This is as silly as silly gets, but will no doubt have you guiltily admitting to your peers that you enjoyed it, even if it was just for the ladies.
(us) wrote: Tropes upon tropes. Interesting, over-dramatic, but typically what you'd expect. It involves struggling in the "hood" and someone eventually ends up getting killed.
(de) wrote: Good sequel, with new modes of history, talents, traps, and much more .....
(ag) wrote: I really don't appreciate the comic relief of this brand of fantasy with jolly little Hobbits and all that, but I accept it in the name of character development. The visuals are great. The music is surprisingly uninspiring, but does the job.
(gb) wrote: Let yourself laugh. Ben Kingsley and Micheal Caine do a brilliant job in role reversal. Stop taking movies so seriously. LIfe isn't serious, why should any comedy be?
(mx) wrote: This was a GREAT Christmas movie!! Everyone should see it~~~ And I am sorry it took so long for me to, see it!!