While escaping from Nazis during the WWII, a Jewish man dug suitcases full of things dear to his heart in the ground two. The war deprived him of his family, and afterwards he endlessly turns over the soil of Antwerp to find the suitcases, which makes him look obsessed. He keeps checking old maps and keeps digging, trying to find, in fact, those he lost. His daughter Chaya is a beautiful modern girl looking for a part-time job. She finds a place as a nanny in the strictly observant Chassidic family with many children, although her secular manners clearly fly in the face of many commandments. One of the reasons she is accepted is that mother of the family is absolutely overburdened by the household, so she stays despite the resistance of the father, normally - an indisputable authority in the family. She develops a special bond with the youngest of the boys, four-year old Simcha, so far incapable of speaking.
Leslie B (kr) wrote: Unusually filmed, might be easier for someone with ADHD to view like me, but I loved this film.
la tulipe n (ca) wrote: loved the end ..the acting was more than good but some spicy still missing to take the 5 stars ..the thing is i noticed that the Asians know very well how to cry good ..in that movie tears everywhere not in an exaggerated way in fact in a good way ..i wish i could cry as they do :) ..this movie isnt the best of yong-jun bae but it wasnt his fault he did his part very well ..another thing i noticed yong-jun bae always wear the same ring in the same finger i saw that ring in winter sonata and saw it again in that movie i wounder wt's the ring story ????!!!!!
Ernie M (ru) wrote: Powerpuff? Girls? Christmas? I think these girls are the dumbest super-hero girls I've ever seen. I so don't want to see this movie!
Carpet C (es) wrote: fascinatingly creepy and disturbing. Williams excels in communicating what loneliness can lead to. one of his best IMO.
Dan B (es) wrote: One of my favourite movies back when I was a child now I am looking forward to the new movie it is going to be so good.
Virgilio L (mx) wrote: Engaging Drama, Un drama que te absorbe
Randy (fr) wrote: Really funny movie, if you are a race fan you will laugh alot.
John R (ag) wrote: 161118: The Rounders is a fantastic film in its first half losing a bit of steam into over the second. With that, I'll focus on the positive. The Rounders plays like a Disney production and if it weren't for the drinking, cursing and women jokes, I'd think it was. There are some good laughs contained within this film and it was an absolute joy to watch Henry Fonda, Glenn Ford, Ed Buchanan and Chill Wills do their work. These were artists doing art, complimented by beautiful horseflesh; if you care about that sort of thing and I do. The "...if she wasn't so fat" story had me laughing out of the gate. Today, that scene would get criticized for being insensitive and no doubt liberals would use it as an excuse to riot. Ok, I'm getting a little overboard but my point is; The Rounders harkens back to what I consider better times. Weeks after the 2016 US Presidential Election, with violence still occurring on the streets, my timing in selecting this film couldn't be better. Long live Donald Trump and I look forward to seeing what he can do. Thank God for real men and women. Thank God for the continuing production of classic westerns that reflect simpler times, an era when real men existed and were embraced.
Kevin L (ag) wrote: The acting does nothing but decorate the word "melodramatic," the sound quality and production value poor, the story uninteresting, and the characters unlikeable. Not Wanted definitely does not hold up
Tim M (it) wrote: Darkseid is at it again, bigger and badder than ever. Cool costume designs. Shazam and Cyborg are great substitutes for Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl. Excellent pantheon reference at the end.
Aaron C (ca) wrote: a promising intern, let down by a run-of-the-mill corporation