Matija Remetin is young man who is studying drama in Zagreb just before the outbreak of WW2. He rents the room at Marija Slajner, widow who's three previous tennants had commited suicide. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Matija Remetin is young man who is studying drama in Zagreb just before the outbreak of WW2. He rents the room at Marija Slajner, widow who's three previous tennants had commited suicide. ...
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Hobie P (fr) wrote: Dumb,chessy,and idiotic,but funny
Daniel B (nl) wrote: great story - I have read the book also which I recommend. it tells a good story and in the end you feel the get their justice by speaking out about how their treated. love it.
Olivia G (es) wrote: Stupid don't waste ur money!!!
Kaitlyn S (jp) wrote: Seemingly good movie then BAM sad ending. You were warned.
Private U (ru) wrote: Very interesting look into women's rights in this Cameroon village. I think the most moving part was the child abuse case. Amazing that someone from the community took the child in. The rape case was also sad - I was surprised how little compassion the lawyer had for poor girl. Probably as much of a movie showing cultural insight (by the "good guys") as a women's legal rights movie.
noah m (ca) wrote: A very simple storyline that conveys a substantially large message.
WS W (de) wrote: Transcending La Nouvelle Vague, one of Francois Truffaut's rare "formal" drama, and it was neat.
Stuart K (es) wrote: Directed by Michael Schultz (Car Wash (1976) and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)), and written by Eric Monte (The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974)), this was pitched as the African-American answer to American Graffiti (1973), although the school is real, and it was based on Monte's own personal experiences on growing up in rural Chicago, and it makes for compelling viewing. Chicago 1964, and it follows the friendship of Leroy "Preach" Jackson (Turman) and Richard "Cochise" Morris (Hilton-Jacobs), who both attend Edwin G. Cooley High School, they don't do much in school, and one day, they skive off school along with Pooter (Corin Rogers) and Tyrone (Joseph Carter Wilson), and they go around urban and inner-city Chicago, before meeting up with Dorothy (Lynn Caridine) and Brenda (Cynthia Davis). Preach bets a dollar that he'll sleep with Brenda, while Tyrone flirts with Dorothy. But the boys manage to get into a whole heap of trouble when they go joyriding around Chicago with the police in chase. It manages to do quite a bit with so little, and Chicago hadn't changed that much when the makers went in to film it. It also has a very good soundtrack to rival American Graffiti's, and the film proved to be such a success when it opened in America, it spawned it's own tv series spin-off, What's Happening!! in 1976.
Robert R (us) wrote: An uncommonly simple, yet brilliantly poignant film with Charlie Chaplin's "Tramp" at the top his hilarious game.
Ben M (au) wrote: Clint Eastwood was always a bit gruff he really started to show it with roles like this.
Jeffrey W (ru) wrote: I loved this film... I think it shows a reality about what some people face in their lives, and sometimes what realise when we experience enough pain and choose to move on... I think it also has some very fun bits, some funny lines, and a lesson that all of us can learn from if we really want to try to understand what the movie is trying to tell us...
Nicky N (ca) wrote: The Worst Horror Movie Ever.D
Jack P (mx) wrote: Being a harry hill fan not only am i disappointed but betrayed. This was 90 minutes too long and the jokes fall flat. Im all for surrealistic, off the wall humour but this was just poor. A Shame as its from the comix legend harry hill, dont bother if you can.