A Chilean teacher, Ramiro, is sentenced to internal exile in a southern town where tidal waves often appear. He falls for a woman, Maite, whose father asks him to take her away. Although he... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A high school teacher runs afoul of the government and is sentenced to internal exile.
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Selu S (fr) wrote: just can't stop watching
John M (ru) wrote: Interesting and entertaining
Walter M (gb) wrote: In "The Trouble with Bliss," the problem with Morris(Michael C. Hall) is not that he is still living with his father(Peter Fonda) but that he has never traveled anywhere, much less complete the simplest of tasks such as getting new keys made or groceries. To be totally unfair, Morris does have an 18-year old girlfriend, Stephanie(Brie Larson), which might possibly be explained by probable daddy issues, since Morris might have once known her father(Brad William Henke). "The Trouble with Bliss" is a fine starting place with a cool cast that also includes Sarah Shahi and Lucy Liu, of which Peter Fonda and Brie Larson fare the best to nobody's surprise. And it's nice that it references Forbidden Planet(the store, not the movie) and Homage to Catalonia. But that's it. I mean, overall the movie is as listless and lacking in ambition as its title character and that's no fun at all for anybody.
Scott S (gb) wrote: this really had nothing to do with the first movie or what its named after this is a high budgeted skin flick. with a really bad twist ending. You will be left with more questions than answers, but in a bad way. this movie could have been a three if the film maker should have put more focus on the story then showing nudity in this film, instead of watching an okay movie I saw half a bad movie.Just my two cents. I could be wrong.
Will D (ca) wrote: Crap film, AMAZING ENDING.
Alex B (kr) wrote: Werner Herzog's kooky, anachronistic/obsolete, Romantic/Gothic presentation of decadent aristocracy and the cult of the (amateur) artist. Or is it so out of touch, given our state of late/monopoly/finance capitalism, the society of the spectacle and the cult of celebrity? Of course, Herzog fails to consciously make the connection. Indeed the film(maker) is confused. For example, take the claim that Gesualdo's sound world was not to be conceived again until the late-nineteenth-century. Is that a claim for or against progress in music?
Sam P (de) wrote: What a lovely film to watch on a Sunday!
Gordon B (nl) wrote: Yes I like Bedknobs & Broomsticks! Its got a soccer match with talking animals.Its got Angela Lansbury using her magical witch powers to kick the Nazi's asses. The movie is freggin awesome. You wanna make something of it?
Weul S (kr) wrote: A poor mining family is thrust thru the highs & the lows of life in a small Welsh village. Although this is a beautiful picture, it is far from Ford's best.
Anthony I (it) wrote: High marks on Ben Stiller's performance alone. Almost akin to Barry Egan from Punch Drunk Love, minus the tension. This is a unique, quiet, and occasionally uncomfortable look at mental illness. It's not always entertaining, but when it is, you won't forget any of it.
Keith H (ca) wrote: Doesn't get the love it deserves. Still funny after all these years...