Henry has been acting the human chameleon all his life - a pale reflection of other people's expectations. One day Henry's best friend Jon talks him into opening a restaurant with him in Spain. Before leaving Henry is caught up in a maelstrom of bizarre events. In order to get control over his life Henry needs to stop being a pale copy and transform himself to the sparkling original he really is.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Swedish,Danish,English
  • Reference:Imdb
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(nl) wrote: Wonderful movie! Extremely perfect!

Matty S (ca) wrote: In some ways, this odd film is as much about food as it is about life. I find it hypnotic, erotic and self-absorbed all in a good way. Love this film. As always, Tilda Swinton is amazing and fearless.

Tania G (ag) wrote: My movie review will be about the movie Kundun, directed by Martin Scorsese. Kundun is a movie about the early life of Tenzin Gyatso, the fourteenth Dalai Lama. Throughout the entire film, the Dalai Lama was never referred to by his birth name, but instead referred to as either Kundun, or Dalai Lama. The film begins at Tenzin Gyatso's very early age. After the death of the 13th Dalai Lama, the monks of Tibet went in search of the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama, the 14th Dalai Lama. Eventually, their search came to an end when the found a young buy near the border of China and Tibet. To make sure the young boy was the actual reincarnated Dalai Lama, he was put through a test. The test was to pick a few artifacts among others, and the artifacts that were to be chosen were those that belonged to the previous Dalai Lama's. Young Tenzin picked all of the correct artifacts, claiming they were his. Since then, his journey as head of the Tibetans began. He was taught the way of Buddhism and also the way of life of a Buddhist Monk. Halfway through the film, the problem between China and Tibet came to light, which to this very day continues. The issue is that China does not want to recognize Tibet as an independent nation, but instead claim it as a part of China. Although older, the Dalai Lama was still too young to deal with a situation such as that, however he was called upon to assume full political power after China's invasion of Tibet Eventually the Chinese invaded Tibet. The issue with the Chinese invading Tibet did not get any better, eventually the Dalai Lama was forced to escape into exile. To this very day, he has no returned to Tibet, but hopes to return one day. This film may not have been all too interesting in the very beginning, it shifts towards the middle and sheds light on the troublesome situation between the nations of Tibet and China, how things came to be, and Tibet is still fighting to claim their independence from China. The Dalai Lama is a very important Buddhist monk in the country of Tibet and is seen as a very important religious leader all of the world. The film touches on quite a few Buddhist teachings. In the film you will see young Kundun being taught the basic teachings of Buddhism. For instance, young Kundun was being asked to recite the three jewels, which are the three things that Buddhists take refuge in, and look toward for guidance. "The daily observance of formally taking refuge in these "three jewels"-the Buddha, the dharma, and the sangha-is regarded by many as being the closest thing to a Buddhist "creed" and is regarded as the definitive act that makes someone a "Buddhist. (Brodd, pg. 180)" The Dalai Lama is a very important religious leader in the sense that he represents ass Buddhists, their teachings, and their way of life, and is seen in such a way because the Dalai Lama is believed to be the Buddha of Compassion. In the opening of the film, you see colorful art, which turns out to be sand, which is known as a mandala. "While mandalas are used in Hinduism, where they also function as cosmological diagrams used for meditation, some Buddhists utilize them in unique ways. (Brodd, pg. 189)." Although the Dalai Lama is not in his hoe country of Tibet, he continues to represent the nation of Tibet and its people and the prime example of compassion.Works CitedBrodd, Jeffrey, Layne Little, Bradley Nystrom, Robert Platzner, Richard Shek, and Erin Stiles."Buddhism." Invitation to World Religions. New York, NY: Oxford UP, 2013. 143-209. Print.

Andrey B (es) wrote: Puzzling movie but effective. Patricia is a knock-out.

Johnny G (kr) wrote: so bad it's GOOD!i mean it's really bad, but in a good camp way!

Loren R (it) wrote: Es wre eine spannende Idee gewesen, diese Geschichte im All mit den mysterisen Charakteren zu erzhlen. Nur ist diese Story vllig belanglos und vllig unspektakulr runter gespult worden. Auch die Darsteller spielen irgendwie lustlos und unnahbar. Man kann sich mit den einzelnen Personen gar nicht identifizieren. Es ist einem auch egal, wie das Ende ausgeht. Nur die Special Effects sind schn und anschaulich. Also von Soderbergh und Clooney ist man besseres gewohnt und sie knnen es auch besser! Der Film ist viel Lrm um nichts!

Shawn W (it) wrote: Cops work to bring down a powerful new drug ring distributing crack to the people left out of the trickle down benefits of Reaganomics. Plenty of familiar faces here. A reminder that some really bad music came out in the late 80s.

Ricky H (de) wrote: Great special effects highlight a movie with a silly and simple plot that goes totally awry. There is nothing about this movie that makes anyone want to watch it. With Mission to Mars coming out in this same year, spend your money there and avoid this crummy excuse for a sci-fi flick.

Chris W (ag) wrote: This is about a woman named Sherry who has just been released from prison. She's a recovering addict, emotionally troubled, and it is hinted at that she's the victim of abuse at the hands of her father. The film follows Sherry as she tries to rebuild her life and start over, specifically in the area of patching up things with her family, most of her her young, estranged daughter. This film feels like it was tailor-made for Gyllenhaal, and that's definitely a good thing. She gives a finely observed and realistic performance that is moving and does a great job of hitting all the right notes without being too vacant or too over the top. She dominates things, but she doesn't carry the whole thing, though.She's got a terrific cast behind her, and they turn in some really good performances as well, especially Danny Trejo. It's nice seeing him play against type, and it adds more authenticity to the proceedings since he's playing a role that mirrors part of his own life and experiences. Another mention I'd like to make is Brad William Henke as Sherry's brother. That guy deserves more work andrecognition. The film is very much an indie, and it shows. It's got a nice sense of grit and realism, but not in a trashy or exploitative way. It's honest, emotional, and sometimes rather painful, but it's well done and pretty real. My only real gripe is that they could have dealt with the father issues a little more, and handled it in a slightly more satisfactory way. Aside from that, this is a really good drama about redemption and hope.