The station-master Fabian Bom is a very meticulous person, and he makes sure that the trains leaves exactly - on the second. To him, nothing could be more important than duty, efficiency and punctuality, in fact, his sense of duty is clearly perverted. His beloved Plum-Plum, the major's daughter, is infatuated with army officers. To regain her attention, he joins the infantry. Bom becomes a soldier who loves the military training, long marches as well as hard labour as punishment. He meets Agnes, who falls madly in love with him. Plot by Mattias Thuresson.
- Stars:Nils Poppe, Gunnar Björnstrand, Julia Cæsar, Douglas Håge, Inga Landgré, Naima Wifstrand, Gunnel Wadner, Gösta Cederlund, Ludde Juberg, Åke Jensen, Nils Hallberg, Nils Jacobsson, Karl Erik Flens,
- Director:Lars-Eric Kjellgren,
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(jp) wrote: glimpse of a young david carradine... also mitchum sings the title song quite nicely.
(kr) wrote: An entertaining although low-key Western with good performances.
(gb) wrote: tum ho mera pyar song is amazin
(kr) wrote: After so long i watched a random desi flick and to say the least i was very much impressed by director Manish Acharya's debut movie."Loins of Punjab presents" is all abt a desi idol singing contest in New Jersey and the story of various participants in it..and some of them are damn hilarious...Honestly speaking i never ever heard the name of some of these actors bfore but after watching the movie i was really impressed by some of them like ajay naidu,seema rahmani.In terms of acting Shabana Azmi is well.."Shabana Azmi"..a wonderful actress..can do a role of a dominant,power crazed socialite so effortlessly..Ajay Naidu as a bhangra rappper is too good..he is the one to watch out for.. and taking various brilliant actors from theater and even by acting himself..Manish Acharya has done a wonderful job...Its funny and u relate to it..even i m not an Indian-American...but still do watch it if u r looking for a change...3.5 from me..
(fr) wrote: Predictable, risk-free and totally inoffensive. But seriously. Like what the hell. This is a movie.
(ag) wrote: It is a damn shame this movie has been overlooked by almost every western critic and filmgoer because it is about an Muslim leader that founded Pakistan. It is a really interesting film that makes those watching it interested in learning more about the creation of Pakistan and for that the films other shortcomings should be looked aside. By putting Christopher Lee in the role of Jinnah the director tried to show Jinnah's gravitas and the legendary status by putting a man that has this status in the movie business in the Western world. It is therefor sad that what he got in return was death threats from Muslims who believed he was to play a evil boogeyman role, even before anyone had seen his balanced and very moving portrayal. As a movie it feels very accurate in it's details and characters.
(ag) wrote: this was the movie that i first saw her and she is really so pretty and sexy, i got hooked on her. since then, i started to admire her i started collecting and searching all her movies from past to present...
(br) wrote: Might've got more out of it if I were into sex with dismembered body parts. I feel so straight in my old age. Some cool editing though.
(kr) wrote: Pure 80s sci-fi low budget cheese. This played daily on HBO when i was a kid. Co-starring an incredibly adorable pre oscar winning Helen Hunt. A highly recommended guilty pleasure of mine.
(gb) wrote: The acting is really good in this movie, but that's about it.
(de) wrote: Not one of Peter Sellers's crowning achievements. This moderately entertaining piece of fluff about a square turned groovy flower child has a few doses of chuckle value within.
(ru) wrote: Vincent Price is marvelous in one of his greatest, most nuanced performances. The movie looks fantastic, and Corman guides the story with characteristic (for his Poe adaptations, anyway) restraint. The story isn't mind-blowing (and it treads similar ground as some of Corman's previous Poe flicks), but it's unnerving and macabre enough to leave a strong impression.
(es) wrote: Battleship Potemkin is a Soviet propaganda film. It is an epic silent film, studied by cinema critics and film-makers since its release to American & European audiences. The movie is based on true historic events of 1905 and provides an insight to the standards and treatment of people during Czarist Russia. It generates empathy from viewer to provide understanding of the events leading up to the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917.The plot focuses on life in the Czarist navy and builds to a climax to one of the greatest cinematic scenes of all time at the Odessa Steps. Historical events such as these would largely be forgotten by modern culture had they not have been preserved in films like these. I hope that viewers can absorb the turmoil and oppression of those times to understand the basis of the Bolshevik revolution and overthrow of the monarchy. Let this be a lesson - the masses can only be pushed so far, until there is a sentiment to revolution.