Metropia

Metropia

In the near future, oil reserves are nearly depleted and Europe is connected by series of underground tunnels. While navigating these tunnels, Roger hears voices, one in particular. Seeking a way to rid himself of the voice only leads Roger deeper into a bizarre conspiracy of control - mind and body.

A man (Vincent Gallo) who hears a voice in his head uncovers a conspiracy linked to Europe's underground train system. He then finds out that his life is controlled in every detail. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thomas H (de) wrote: her voice is just amazing! gonna pay Vegas a visit when she is back there next year

FiV (ag) wrote: Beautiful tiny indie production. Stale dialogs, bad cuts and unconvincing acting are some of this film's choking points - but it is a well done reflection of a problem that's neither spiritual nor pragmatic and yet by definition it's both - the closure of catholic churches due to lack of profitability. Where this movie shines are the areas of symbolic imagery and the theme of doubting one's faith...

Cardo D (es) wrote: Peli para adolescentes confundidos.

wallace h (jp) wrote: Such a bad movie, it feels like a knock off version of one of the Blade movies.

Fong K (de) wrote: Katsuhiro Otomo's follow-up to his critically-acclaimed AKIRA is a disappointing long-drawn noisy blow-'em-up. And an annoyingly whiny supporting girl character just adds on to the irritable racket.

Jake P (it) wrote: Good concept but overall it's just meh

Samuel H (it) wrote: If you ignore the fact that the script is garbage and the movie is nothing more than a collection of large explosions Armageddon is a pretty amazing film.

Leah B (jp) wrote: A well made film that is just too out there for me, and believe me...that's saying something. First of all...HOW is this movie okay? How could someone write a plot like this and feel satisfied with their lives when they were done? Here's the breakdown: it's about a college student who's off for the summer (the Wonderful and Talented Jeremy Davies) who has to throw off a prestigious internship to take care of his sick mother while his father is away on a business trip. I mean, that's enough right there, right?Apparently not. No, the writer decided that for maximum drama, young Mr. Davies had to experience a sexual journey while he was at home for the summer. And with who of all people? HIS MOTHER. I don't want to spoil and tell you what happens, but...it's disturbing. Yes, the film was well shot, David O. Russell is a great director, blah blah blah, but I cannot get over a plot like that. I just can't. And I'd like to see you try.

lloyd s (fr) wrote: Great 90's action/thriller that they struggle to make nowdays, but leaves alot of holes and unanswered questions

Private U (us) wrote: Amazing movie! The picture fitted perfectly under the almost full moon!!!