Qivitoq

Qivitoq

A young teacher, Eva Nygaard (Astrid Villaume), arrives in Greenland from Denmark to surprise her fiance, the Doctor Erik Halsøe, but is crushed to find he has not waited for her and he is about to be married to his assisting nurse. Eva travels to a small fishing village to await the next ship back to Denmark. There she enters into a tense and often confrontational relationship with Jens (Poul Reichhardt), a quiet moody Dane who manages a trading company outpost. Meanwhile, Jens is trying to persuade a Greenlander named Pavia (Niels Platou) to become a company fisherman, despite Pavia's fear of alienating his fellow villagers and upsetting the spirit, Qivitoq.

A young teacher, Eva Nygaard (Astrid Villaume), arrives in Greenland from Denmark to surprise her fiance, the Doctor Erik Halsøe, but is crushed to find he has not waited for her and he is about to be married to his assisting nurse. Eva travels to a small fishing village to await the next ship back to Denmark. There she enters into a tense and often confrontational relationship with Jens (Poul Reichhardt), a quiet moody Dane who manages a trading company outpost. Meanwhile, Jens is trying to persuade a Greenlander named Pavia (Niels Platou) to become a company fisherman, despite Pavia's fear of alienating his fellow villagers and upsetting the spirit, Qivitoq. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gurinder A (au) wrote: Watch it so that u can have some lonely time in the theater

Paula K (au) wrote: Excellent music of course, and a personal look at Young's background as he guides a tour of where he grew up.

Melinda G (br) wrote: Wow...I'm the first reviewer!? Well it is 110% epic awesome hilarity. The equal opportunity insulter leaves no ethnicity unscathed, torments audience members, and relays one "horrific" tale about getting to a show on the USS Eisenhower that had Ryan doubled over crying. The bonus features are a must see.

Pat S (ca) wrote: The director did some interesting things with the camera, but overall this was a bizarre movie. Why do random music videos with no connection to the (non-musical) plot break out every 15 minutes?The constant 180-degree plot twists also get ridiculous after the third one.

(ca) wrote: A lovely film, with a light but decent story and nice performances.

Neil C (it) wrote: Wow. This is a terrible movie.

Evan C (ag) wrote: Probably Tarantino's most underrated film, Jackson, Grier, and DeNiro give such incredibly unique and unforgettable performances. As with every Tarantino film, the dialogue and climactic scenes are abundant and really fun. Also possibly the least violent, most subtle of Tarantino's films.

Ionn M (es) wrote: Oliver Stone makes films that make you think, and this one is no exception. This movie is based on a play by Eric Bogosian and Tad Savinar and the book "Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg", written by Stephen Singular and based on a real story. The picture takes a look on the right of free speech and about rocking the boat with possible repercussions thereof, and the moral is either white or black - no grey zones to talk about.In the picture it's said that "you can love him, you can hate him, but you can't stop listen to him". To me that is best described by a train wreck about to happen; one can't do anything to stop it, but for some bizarre reason one can't turn away from it either. The whole thing takes place during a few days in a studio in Texas and that's about it when it comes to scenery. Agreed, it's not much, but on the other hand nothing more is needed to tell this story. Bogosian not only co-wrote the screenplay with Stone, he also plays the role of Barry Champlain in this movie. The only actor I'm concerned about is John. C. McGinley. I've seen him in quite a few roles, but he always bears the same look with eyebrows that mostly signals surprise - sometimes less, sometimes more so. Among the people calling in I could hear the voice of one Park Overall - mostly thanks to her very distinctive dialect.

Mark D (au) wrote: Another Ray HArryhaisen treat. Really cool special effects and a decent cold war narrative. Fantastic last 15 mins also.

Rajiv P (nl) wrote: Susan Hayward is awesome in this

Scott R (br) wrote: Too complicated and hung up on past issues for its own good. Great acting though.

Tyler S (mx) wrote: I haven't seen this film in quite some time but I remember enjoying the premise.One of the main reasons I liked this film is the performance from Kevin Bacon as a menacing man who is suffering mental anguish from an experiment gone wrong.Basically he is invisible and cannot bring himself back. It's a good transformation from good to bad and Bacon does a good job playing a man who day my day loses his mind and respect for others.A good thriller.