This film documents a day in the life of Dan Fredenburgh and spontaneously captures his life. From the moment he wakes up in bed to the moment he goes to sleep.

This film is a story of May and En-seol. May returns to Seoul looking for her birth mother after 23 years of life as a Korean-American adoptee. En-seol is a taxi driver suffering from a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John B (mx) wrote: The camera work isn't the issue. I hate to be a contrary to the critics but I found the subject matter to be dull and slightly depressing. The scene of some of the most monumental protests of the 60s is now a university like all the rest with the same dull discussions on direction and even dull protesters.

Asif H (kr) wrote: I wanted to rent it on Lovefilm but sadly are not offering it for rent so I had to buy this on Blu Ray. Heard rave reviews about this documentary and was not sure what to expect. Just because you are a fan of the sport does not mean you will appreciate a documentary based on it. For example, I am a big Wrestling fan but thought `Beyond the mat` was painfully average. Have to say this documentary was a fascinating watch. So sad but true, could not always distinguish if German or Russian was spoken. Could not believe they showed footage of the Klitschko brothers as teenagers. The documentary was not just about Boxing but the Klitschko`s whole life. From their birth in Kazakhstan (then Soviet Union) to Ukraine. Experience living under communism to the horrific aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster. Also, adapting to life in the West in America and Germany. You get to see probably never before footage of the Klitshko`s Mother and Father. Also, the highs and lows of their careers and the impact it had on them. Evens includes commentary from Boxing legend Lennox Lewis who fought the older Klitschko about 10 years ago. Definitely recommended.

Daniel D (jp) wrote: Rids your misconceptions of the middle east in this redundant and somewhat pointless but truthful documentary.

Tim G (mx) wrote: You could see this one coming a mile away.

Paul D (ag) wrote: A promising action movie that just gets dull as things progress, there's little to the plot other than a disgruntled Dolph Lungren killing a lot of Russians in Africa.

angel m (jp) wrote: A woman (Goldie Hawn) finds romance With (Kurt Russell) (Lucky) when she takes a job at an airport plant to help make ends meet after her husband goes off to war.

Nick O (de) wrote: It's like "The 400 Blows" with guyliner.

Eric B (fr) wrote: "Diary of a Mad Housewife" is impeccably acted and characterized, though more "play-like" than I prefer. There is little action beyond small-room dialogue, and no notable directing choices beyond a couple of sharp time-lapse montages. I always heard Carrie Snodgrass's Oscar-nominated performance was amazing, but I was actually more impressed with Richard Benjamin. Without relying on any of the usual vices (physical abuse, addiction, womanizing), Benjamin's social-climbing lawyer manages to be one of the most repellent husbands you've ever seen in a film. Self-involved, needy, callous, childish, grasping, anal-retentive...he has it all. Every time he playfully suggests "a roll in dee ha-ay" to his wife, you hope she'll brain him with a baseball bat.Frank Langella is also good as a self-involved cad who (initially) seems like a refreshing escape for Snodgrass. Music fans will enjoy an unexpected live performance by Alice Cooper and band, and there's also an oh-so-brief cameo by the young Peter Boyle.Hard to guess why this film was never released on DVD.

Jacob B (fr) wrote: For a sequel to a movie I have not seen. The laughs are hit and miss, and The Rock as a gay bodyguard kills it.

Colin W (br) wrote: One of Welles' great movies and the weirdest one he ever made.