Piran-Pirano

Piran-Pirano

Piran - Pirano tells a story about three individuals and how their destinies are unusually intertwined. An Italian Antonio, a Bosnian Veljko and a Slovenia girl Anica face the terror of war as children and each of them become war's victim in their own way. Half a century later their paths cross again and last days of war, fear, despair, love and inexplicable emotions live up again - this time because Antonio returns to Piran to see his place of birth once again before he dies.

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Devils A (nl) wrote: A good message somewhat lost in done pretty good humour.

Jordan W (mx) wrote: larry the cable guy should never consider acting again after this piece of shit movie

Premyslaw F (br) wrote: Wow. Havent seen such one sided stack of lies since one of michaels moore shitumentarys. If you are westener and hate your country this is a movie for you.

Michael D (it) wrote: This guy is angry and its hilarious.

Kenneth S (de) wrote: This movies animation is so much better than Pixar graphics. However I really did not like the story much. :/ My brother used to play the game though.

Cameron H (ag) wrote: What do I think of this movie? That's a question. Can I please stop thinking for a moment? As intelligently made as Lost in Translation was, I must first point out that it moved me on a personal level. I love love. In a world where love is sparse, be that the fault of others or ourselves, the fact that it's always possible to find connection with someone is beautiful, to me. That is the essential theme of Lost in Translation, and for that alone, it's a winner. Bill Murray and Scarlett Johannson have such lighthearted, romantically intense chemistry. They care about each other very much, but would never even give a second thought on abandoning their current lives. They wouldn't want to be a burden on each other. They don't say that to each other though, and it takes a while for them to communicate directly about how they feel. That aspect of their relationship might be why Lost in Translation has its name, not to mention the amusingly isolating environment of Tokyo, Japan. Sofia Coppola shot Tokyo in different ways: as a blank city, as a city crammed with cult ural spectacles for tourists and residents alike, and as a place not home. That changes from scene to scene, and studying the relationship between Bill / Scarlett and the environment can be quite interesting. By the end of the film, I tasted the bittersweetness of their love, found just in the midst of their similar crises. Oh, well. The movie has no reason to leave, and it can always be there to remind you that love is both free and eternal. Bonus points for the great indie rock soundtrack.

Jon M (nl) wrote: Exceedingly preachy. An interesting notion, but they used way to big a stick and beat us over the head with it for nearly ninety minutes nonstop.

Terrilyn M (br) wrote: Another "Quentin Tarantino Presents" film. Big difference being that it is not blockbuster Hollywood trash. I absolutely love this film. I'm dying to find the short film that they got this idea from. I believe it was Italian, but I'm really not sure.

Jeremy R (gb) wrote: Awful movie. One of the best MST3K episodes.

Edgar C (kr) wrote: Outstanding combination of unusual elements, odd even for that era. Yuen Woo-ping artistic mastery and Jackie Chan's light-hearted and humorous spirit meet the brutal slapstick violence that was regarded as normal violent standards. There's just too much brilliance throughout, too much irresistible elements that have labeled this as "the original kung-fu comedy". No better description is available: this, with its never-ending final duel sequence, is unparalleled madness.93/100

steve c (kr) wrote: This is when movies were cool! Cops and robbers in an early 70's New Mexico. Big cars, sideburns, Mafia doublecrosses.

David L (au) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.

Ken S (ag) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock directs this black comedy about a small town in which a dead body is found, and everyone is just trying to figure out what to do with it. It starts with a little boy finding it, then an old hunter, who thinks he accidentally shot the man when hunting rabbits...then people just stumble across the body and seemingly ignore it, before the old man is able (with some help) to bury the body...then unbury it, then bury it again. It is a comedy of errors with Hitchcock's wicked sense of macabre humor, something that is present in a lot of his films, but taken to it's most extremes here. The fact that Hitch was able to make a comedy about death and a corpse that just seems like such a casual nuisance to the whole cast of characters in the 1950s is just amazing to me. He was great at pushing the envelope for what you can get away with, and the 50s could be so bland in Hollywood, it is great that a man like Hitchcock was keeping the cinema alive with such inventive crazy and fun movies.

Gina H (gb) wrote: Absolutely fantastic. Could watch many more times. Very sad but so true.