Paris, 1955. Guy, film critic of the Cahiers du Cinéma, often goes to see the films of Vittorio Cottafavi in a local cinema. One day he notices that Jeanne, film critic of "Positive ", the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Les sièges de l'Alcazar
Paris, 1955. Guy, film critic of the Cahiers du Cinéma, often goes to see the films of Vittorio Cottafavi in a local cinema. One day he notices that Jeanne, film critic of "Positive ", the ...
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Cassie M (ca) wrote: Really makes you sit back and realize all that our service men, over all time, do and have done, endure and have endured to protect us. I wasn't too familiar with what happened (bad historian). The acting "okay". People rip Nick Cage in the reviews but maybe he just wanted to do his part to share this piece of history in a world where people are kneeling during our national anthem and people are killing cops, on our own soil.
Bruce B (us) wrote: Might be a good movie for those in the UK, but sucks for security in the US
dawne m (jp) wrote: very good for kids who love spys
Zack F (au) wrote: Green Day put on an amazing performance in London as well as the concert I went to in Nashville. I loved this performance when I was a kid and used to play it all the time. Sad that they got all emo-faggoty with "21st Century Breakdown".
arya s (mx) wrote: Interesting but too short to fully fit all the different elements of the story together in a way that flows smoothly.
Ian R (es) wrote: one of the best films i've seen in the last few years. a clear directorial style and vision, with fine acting and a really great use of sound. it is so subtle and whimsical, and the camera so unobtrusive, that it may need a few viewings to appreciate the treasures of this little gem. Lucrecia Martel shows herself to be one of the leading lights of the Argentine new cinema.
Andrew D (es) wrote: Everybody knows about the bad so I'll just mention the good: a neat opening title sequence and some nice cinematography.
Dustin G (mx) wrote: This is the kind of hard edged drama that shows a real master is at work. It's a movie that feels real and moves slow and steady but is never boring or feels as though it's dragging. Nick Nolte plays an abused man whose father's treatment of him is steadily causing him to go nuts, even while he's becoming more and more like his father every day.The legend James Coburn plays the Dad, also to perfection (he deservedly won an Oscar for the role). Part of what makes this such a wonderful film is the care that Schrader puts into the little details, like Nolte and his father liking salt off their hand for instance.I guess you could call Affliction a neo noir, or gothic drama, or even a murder mystery in some respects, but at its heart it's just one hell of a good and effecting middle of nowhere drama focusing on the abused and the abuser.
Kieran L (ag) wrote: Partly an enduring time capsule of Paris in 1966, partly a commentary on consumerism driving individuals to dubious employment such as prostitution. The latter may have been true then, but it is rampant now.
Nathan A (au) wrote: Relentlessly scary, and super original.