Lovers of the Arctic Circle

Lovers of the Arctic Circle

Otto and Ana are kids when they meet each other. Their names are palindromes. They meet by chance, people are related by chance. A story of circular lives, with circular names, and a circular place (Círculo polar) where the day never ends in the midnight sun. There are things that never end, and Love is one of them.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:112 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:Spanish,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   robbery,   haunting,  

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Sunil C (ru) wrote: If I was younger I'd be amazed

Skye H (it) wrote: favorite disney show

Kevin M (gb) wrote: As bad as the first was, this one manages to out do it at every turn. Worse plot, worse acting, and totally laughable CGI

TheMaddogMusic (kr) wrote: I don't really like this movie but I love the parts when James Spader was in. He was funny in this movie.

Jenna T (de) wrote: Sad movie. Really good.

Skyler B (es) wrote: I'd love to see this.

laurie e (fr) wrote: low budget horror flick that only succeeded in being horroribly stupid.

Roxanne R (kr) wrote: Thank you Jesus that I don't live in Mississippi because the discrimination, ignorance, fear and hatred towards certain minorities and others perceived as different is horrendous. This movie depicts the smalltown mores of a Mississippi backwater in the early '50s. Robby Benson (Billy Joe) confesses his love to Glynnis O'Connor (Bobbi Lee) for most of the film..its not until the last 16 mins of the movie that real drama kicks in when Billy Joe makes a confession to Bobbi Lee. I agree that the acting, dialogue was good but it failed to engage me big time! This film was boring and so slow overall...Billy Joe should have moved West or to NYC and pursue his dreams whatever they were but to remain in a stagnant town, with prejudiced people is simply suffocating to death. I live in TN which borders Mississippi and having heard so many horrible things about that area just makes me stay away. The plot is about an 18 year old boy named Billy Joe McAllister who is in love with Bobbie Lee, but her father refuses to allow her to receive gentlemen callers before she's sixteen. In the Mississippi Delta, in a time before the boondocks had seen television and indoor plumbing, a young man's fancy turns constantly to thoughts of love. The film demonstrates the tragic consequences of a young couple's first awkward grapplings with love and sex. It isn't until the last 15 mins that we come to understand the truth behind Billy Joe and what forced him to do what he did but the smartest person from the whole cast was Bobbi Lee who stops the man from disclosing to her parents what really happened with Billy Joe. Bobbi Lee loved Billy Joe that she lied to her parents saying she was pregnant when she really wasn't. The whole town made Billy Joe a legend and she made sure it remained that way. I applaud her for doing what she did but this movie was boring...

Jerry F (ca) wrote: I watched this in the cinema, at it's release in the early 1970's and loved it. Clint has always been a hero of mine. As is Jeff Bridges. I need to see this again, to remember it more...

David W (it) wrote: Patton is a great tale of a brave, but flawed man who acts like true general in war with the famous opening scene

Andrew C (it) wrote: Another great from when movies still had magic.

Paul C (nl) wrote: Genuinely liked this series of amateur sleuthing films, but it was starting to show a bit of tiredness at this point. Notable for roles for a young Keenan Wynn and a very young Dean Stockwell, as well as a small part for one of my favourite actresses Gloria Grahame.

Robbie N (ca) wrote: Although there's the occasional dull moments, Date Night still introduces a lot of funny and memorable lines, jokes and scenes. Room for improvement, but all in all a pretty good movie to watch and enjoy.

Ken T (fr) wrote: For a movie that went straight to video...This one wasn't half bad. Loved the action and the pretty girl. It is worth at least one watch.

Matthew J (ru) wrote: Icky movie that is both wildly fictional and also very *very* biased. Should be placed in the hate films category, and I don't even like LDS. Poor performances, hackneyed dialog and shoehorned sentiment.

Nick B (nl) wrote: I can see why this was scary in the 50's, but it's not gonna scare anyone today, also some of the actors are just awful, but all in all it's some great shitty 50's B movie fun, watch it with your friends and just riff on it.

k b (br) wrote: Great performances by the cast, but the history was so misrepresented that I was annoyed through the whole movie.

Daniel D (ca) wrote: Werner Herzog pledged to Erol Morris that if Morris finished a film, then Herzog would eat his shoe. Morris continued to make Gates oh Heaven, and Herzog is a man of his word. I actually prefer this to Gates of Heaven, which Herzog would say is rubbish opinion, but this was just so funny and entertaining. I actually wanted to be in the audience of Herzog eating his shoe. Twenty minutes was not enough, I could watch this again at any given time, enjoyable little documentary. But opposite of what I did I would recommend watching this before Gates of Heaven.