Landscape in the Mist

Landscape in the Mist

Road movie about two children searching for their father who is supposed to live in Germany. Their obsession for this father figure will take them to the boundaries between childhood and adolescence.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1988
  • Language:Greek
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   capture,   escape,  

Road movie about two children (Voula and Alexandre) searching for their father who is supposed to live in Germany. Their obsession for this father figure will take them to the boundaries ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jessica C (fr) wrote: part of this film touched me, tho its kinda cliche. who still writes love letter now? who could just stand where they are and simply look at the one he/she loves but not say anything? vielleicht i need a beautiful lie as well..

Ai H (ag) wrote: It seems haphazard in the first half, but when the plot picks up, you might find yourself enjoying more than you think you should. Bonus points for the fun and colorful editing.

Steven G (jp) wrote: it's a sign of poor worksmanship when you can make a movie so stupid only a single scene offers any redeeming quality at all

David B (ag) wrote: The spin off movie from 'Daredevil', and it's a lot worse. True, Jennifer Garner is stunning in her red leather suit, but that is the only thing going for this movie. Absolutely awful.

dfw f (ag) wrote: Grande ?cole (Great School/Grand School/Upper Class Private School) This European film is not for everyone, it deals with sexual experimentation, and relations. Paul is an upper-class young adult who is about to start out at a private school. He has chosen to live with two new roommates instead of living with his girlfriend, Agns. As a result of this he gets little time to see her. Agns starts to find the cracks in their relationship when she suspects Paul's attraction to a new roommate Louis-Arnault which leaves Paul in denial of any homosexual attraction. She decides to make a bet with him, who ever gets Louis-Arnault first wins. If she gets him, he will stop exploring his sexuality, if he does, she will leave him. In between this bet, Paul meets Mecir, a young Arabic worker who is keen on him. With Mecir, Paul goes on a journey of discovery that teaches him more to life than barriers of class, cultural differences and sexuality. "Grand Ccole" aspires to be the sort of existential drama that the French New Wave directors produced in the 1950s and 1960. It pours race, class, economic status, history and sexuality into a big martini shaker and pours out a heady concoction. But just what the film is, in the end, is not clear at all. It's slickly produced, and director Salis captures the physicality of the characters extremely well in the sex scenes and especially in the swim team's locker room. The cast is uneven, but they do nicely convey suppressed longings, deep suspicions and secret glances. And these things hold our attention even when the film wallows in its stew. When it starts boiling over, the dialog takes a distasteful turn, becoming preachy (Mecir actually insists that he went to a posh school too: the school of life!) and dipping into some awkward dream sequences. It's still watchable, but only because we can glimpse real friendship, desire and loyalty deep inside. Better than most gay movies but still pretty typical. This one is satisfying.. three stars maybe four

Jean L (au) wrote: Very good story based closely on the real story of Shackleton's expedition. The mindset of these men in the face of terrific deprivation is illuminating and v much worth seeing.

Michael H (au) wrote: Predictable from the start, and a struggle to sit though, but Thorton and Black's chemistry give you something to talk about.

Carl W (au) wrote: [i]Review coming soon.[/i]

Steven L (es) wrote: A very well done musical film, almost all of the songs in the movie I love and you can't go wrong with William Daniels.

Alex r (ag) wrote: One of the original disaster films that spawned an entire new genre of films, Airport is a good little film. However, there's nothing too special about this one. Airport is entertaining, but lacks terrific character development and has cringe worthy dialogue at times. The performances are good, and the cast is pretty impressive, however the plot is hit and miss, and the direction seems unfocused. Nonetheless, if you love a classic thrill ride, this is worth checking out; just don't expect anything great with the film. I liked the film, but it's nothing special. The film set the standard of every other disaster flick that was to follow. The film is a bit too predictable, but in the end it's silly fun. The film tends to go from serious to almost tongue in cheek. Of all the disaster films out there, I find that this is one of the few more unintentionally humorous ones. I'm not saying the picture is bad, but there are moment in the film where you're like, did this happen? Considering that this is drama, you'd expect something a little more serious. This film could have been much better, and the screenwriters could have toned down on the cheesy dialogue and poor tongue in cheek moments. Otherwise, this is an entertaining picture that delivers effective thrills from start to finish, and despite its flaws, it's worth watching you love 1970's cinema. Just don't expect a great film. Enjoyable, but you can see that the film had the potential of being so much more than what it turned out to be.

Margaret S (ca) wrote: Westerns are of marginal interest to me -- but part of this was filmed in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico and so I watched it to see if I could identify any locations. Since the film was released in 1967 and I lived there forty years later, I strongly suspect some of the desert scenes were filmed where shopping malls and huge housing developments are now located. That said, it is a well-produced and acted western. James Garner and Jason Robards, cast as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday respectively, provide solid performances. If you're a fan of westerns, this one will satisfy.

Mark S (ru) wrote: A very unusual movie with a very unusual character at its core.

Ross B (es) wrote: Quirky, humorous, warm and intelligent comedy

Thomas B (ag) wrote: *****Tom Cruise stars in this excellent, pulse pounding Science Fiction thriller directed Steven Spielberg. Everything about this film is brilliant. Tom Cruise gives a great performance, the direction from Spielberg is neat, and the story and concept are legitimately thought provoking.

Martin P (mx) wrote: Not for everyone, but very interesting if science is ya thing

Yorkelvis F (kr) wrote: This is a fun heist from start to finish. A great cast, a great direction and a better script. Based on a true story. I had a good time watching it.