Lakki... The Boy Who Could Fly

Lakki... The Boy Who Could Fly

Surreal tale of a 14 year-old boy who dreams of escaping the loneliness from an unhappy home & sexual abuse (from his mother's boyfriend who is also his school swimming coach). One day his back mysteriously sprouts feathers and he can metaphorically fly away from it all.

Surreal tale of a friendless, lonely boy who dreams of escape from a broken home with an neglectful, promiscuous. alcoholic mother and self-centered, clueless, absent father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lakki... The Boy Who Could Fly torrent reviews

Alek G (br) wrote: One of my favorite movies! So funny!! It never fails to leave me laughing out of breath!

Vitaliy S (de) wrote: Still wondering how in such societies as in U.S. with all democracy and other stuff such stories could be happening...

Will L (us) wrote: Just watched this for the first time. Oddly entertaining, I think we all know these guys - it was better than I expected it to be - great Canadian cinema.

karen k (fr) wrote: Well done film ..sad reminder of the injustices done against the African American race in the name of "research". I am thankful Pres. Clinton made a public apology but, it does seem a little late. I suppose better late than never. A must see for all those that want to be informed of the past wrongs of our American history.

Lucie F (ag) wrote: It's a lovely comedy starring Harold Lloyd. The 1998's comedy 'The Waterboy' (which is not a good movie) looks like The Freshman, as well as a lot of teen school movies.

Michael E (it) wrote: Great recording of a brilliant concert. Poor sound at the cinema but that didn't stop me and Marcus clapping along to Radio GaGa.

Mathew N (br) wrote: A badass grindhouse thriller.

Augustine H (au) wrote: The story is kinda annoying at the beginning, for there are enduring shots of scenery without dialogues, which may seem irrelevant and probably bore most of the audience. But indeed the scenery is the reflection of the protagonists' state of mind. The unconventional use of colour can probably be introduced to textbooks, for it breaks the norms in terms of time, emotions and general perceptions. As for the film score, the main theme and Aujourd 'hui c'est toi, the theme played most, which are composed by Francis Lai, are both highly memorable classics. The romance between Anouk Aimee and Jean-Louis Trintignant leaves the audience in both aspiration and pity. The ending, however, leaves me in puzzlement: why would there have ever been a sequel?

Cindy C (nl) wrote: Personally, this is my all-time favorite movie, hands down. LOVE it!!!!!l

David J (nl) wrote: The story is even more buried under crazy action than before. The whole movie feels really pointless, but there is still a degree of fun to be had.

Leena L (es) wrote: Sigh. Who needs these films?