Klamek ji bo Beko

Klamek ji bo Beko

Beko is a young Kurd who lives in the Turkish part of Kurdistan.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1992
  • Language:Kurdish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:civil war,  

Beko is a young Kurd who lives in the Turkish part of Kurdistan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Klamek ji bo Beko torrent reviews

Simon D (kr) wrote: From what I gather, this is an old india folk tale told through amusing animation, almost Gilliamesque, and narrated by some Indian youths who are trying to remember and interpret the story in their own ways. If it wasn't for the terrible music that pads this film out to a full length film, I reckon I'd have probably enjoyed it.

Jorge M (au) wrote: national lampoons ya no es lo que era.....

Sammie L (jp) wrote: how do i watch this bullshit?

Daniel B (gb) wrote: The Puffy Chair is my first foray into low-budget "mumblecore" and I was skeptical if it would keep my attention. Not only did it keep my attention but I was pleasantly surprised by the accessibility of the film, the sheer honesty of the characters and the heart of story as a whole. I laughed. I got watery eyed. I loved it.

Benjamin (de) wrote: Not bad but not as deliciously evil as it could of been

Jennifer O (kr) wrote: This movie is excellent. It's one of my favorite movies of all time!

Elric K (es) wrote: No one does incest like the brittish!! Strong performances and a slow tense build up towards familial love is still not a match for McEwen stunning debut novel.

Terry M (nl) wrote: How can you not love Michael Keaton? In terms of the main characters, the formula for Winkler and Keaton is all-too familiar, but an original and funny premise, hilarious dialogue and great performances make this a wonderful and endlessly entertaining comedy.

Liam U (br) wrote: This revenge film opens with a young girl being raped, the trauma of which makes her mute. A few years later, and Madeleine (Christina Lindberg) is all grown up. But things soon turn unpleasant for her after she accepts a ride with Tony (Heinz Hopf), a young man who kidnaps Madeleine and gets her hooked on heroin. She is then forced into prostitution, forced to stick around with the promise of more drugs if she behaves. Naturally, she doesn't take too kindly to being whored out, and attacks her first client. Enraged, Tony decides to teach Madeleine a lesson by carving out one of her eyes. All she has to keep her going is the bloody revenge she's plotting.'Thriller: A Cruel Picture (Thriller - en grym film) (Vibenius, 1974)' is also known as "Hooker's Revenge" and "They Call Her One Eye" - a Swedish rape and revenge film that is at times utterly brutal. Director Bo Arne Verbenius casts a stylish eye over a gritty story, and it's little wonder that this cult film has garnered quite a following.The most effective scenes are those depicting Madeleine's prostitution. Trapped in a room, she is given a list of clients each morning and two hits of heroin to get her through the day. Verbenius splices actual hard core pornography footage into these scenes, unflinching portraying Madeleine's plight. They're powerful scenes that impact hard, acted superbly by a silent Christina Lindberg.Once Madeleine starts getting some money together, with Tony promising her a cut if she plays nice, she begins training. She's allowed out of the house once a day each week, and she takes this opportunity to learn martial arts, shooting, and stunt driving. The pieces are carefully laid out, and it isn't long before blood starts to flow once Madeleine begins her path of vengeful destruction.But the revenge scenes are painfully drawn out, with Vibenius relying heavily on super slow-motion. At first it's quite stylish, but it very quickly becomes tiresome. After the pleasant pace of the first two thirds, this roadblock causes the film to drastically slow down. Revelling in the revenge is understandable, afterall, Madeleine does deserve it, but the film becomes tedious and boring.The sound design does deserve a special mention, as it is fantastic for the majority of the film. On the rare occasion it grates, but overall it's brilliant and effectively employed. The film dabbles in experimental visuals, with some sickening close-ups and some truly shocking scenes - particularly the eye-slicing which features an actual corpse. However, 'Thriller: A Cruel Picture' is surprisingly competently made, and would be a very good film if it wasn't for the pacing issues. Christina Lindberg really can't be praised enough for a brave and daring performance, while Vibenius shows some directorial flair which has since been pilfered by the likes of Tarantino. If you can stomach rape and revenge films, and if you don't bore easily, then you may just find something worthwhile in this cult classic.

Ernesto S (de) wrote: So De Palma copycats Hitchcock, Argento and even himself. Who cares? Tarantino does the same over and over and he still has his own style. The same can be said at a distance for the golden era of De Palma's work. In this erotic thriller an obsessed actor trying to solve a murder gets caught into a web of sex and deception. A must for suspense fans. I'm glad I saw it 30 years later.

Adam K (jp) wrote: i remember seeing this in the 4th grade when we were learning about pirates. it obviously did not impact me enough to want to see it again