Kristin Lavransdatter

Kristin Lavransdatter

Kristin Lavransdatter is a 1995 Norwegian film directed by Liv Ullman, featuring Elisabeth Matheson, Bjørn Skagestad, Jørgen Langhelle, Lena Endre and Sverre Anker Ousdal, based on Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset. It was the Norwegian entry to the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1996.

Kristin is the daughter of a prominent landowner in medieval Norway. She grows up in total harmony with the ideals of the time: strong family ties, social pride and devout Christianity. She... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dian Maya L (de) wrote: A very clever way to combine cake + cute guys + kidnapping and homicide in a whole package of movie. Two thumbs up for Kim Jae Wok.. you're just.. pretty..

Rai R (fr) wrote: really liked this it was sweet and cute and raw and real. ended up being such a typical romantic comedy but hey the film made it work anyway.

Tony K (us) wrote: Super dumb. Very slow in parts but the action is ridiculous.

Irvin C (mx) wrote: A man kills and chops up a pimp that was pushing his sister into prostitution and then finds himself a P.O.W. during World War II. Individually, the two elements present in this film, a character study/P.O.W. drama and a broadly funny black comedy work well on their own. It's the shifting and combination of them that don't always work. However, Giancarlo Gianini's performance holds the entire film together and pretty much sells it with both the comedy and the drama.

Lucas M (ca) wrote: A revolutionary cinematographic! Astounding film! Beautiful black and white photography, Kalatozov use a magnificently camera movements plan sequence. Visually hypnotic, great storys with politic and poetry, the fight for a revolution and free oneself of a dictatorial goverment.

Scott S (au) wrote: Revenge of the Creature (1955) -- [4.0] -- This sequel finds the Gill Man captured and put on display in a Florida theme park. Before long, he escapes, takes a woman hostage, and terrorizes the local community. Away from the darkness and depths of the Black Lagoon, the Creature is far less intimidating. I mean, how hard is it to spot an amphibious mutant on the side of a coastal highway? The creature mask is reworked (for the worse), too. Look for Clint Eastwood in a cameo, one of his earliest big-screen perfomances.

Mary B (jp) wrote: Good action. Mary watched it to the end.

TheDi Z (ca) wrote: As an avid fan of the zombie genre and holding an emphasis in the Civil War in my American History major, this film was a well directed, well shot and well acted treat. I felt that Mark Gibson gave a great performance as a man who went from a man with nothing left to lose to a man who found a hope and cause inside to continue forward. I would even say that this film is more a western with zombies than something that could be defined as a zombie flick. I think what I appreciated most about it was the depth of character development which is something you rarely see in a zombie movie. It wasn't a gorefest and it did not lend itself to being one. This is a movie more about a man's journey that happens to take place in a countryside that is filled with the walking dead than it is about the zombies. If there were 6 stars available, it would get all of them.