Quiet City

Quiet City

Jamie is 21. She's from Atlanta. She's come to Brooklyn to visit her friend Samantha, but she can't find her. Jamie meets a stranger named Charlie on the subway and spends 24 hours hanging out with him.

Jamie is 21. She's from Atlanta. She's come to Brooklyn to visit her friend Samantha, but she can't find her. Jamie meets a stranger named Charlie on the subway and spends 24 hours hanging out with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Quiet City torrent reviews

Syed M (nl) wrote: entertaining- new concept, mostly well done- Nana Patekar and Naseeruddin shah are flawless. everyone else is decent

Brian R (it) wrote: This is a great film by David Gordon Green. I was taken with the characters and their way of life and their problems. The film has a real sense of blue collar life that wouldn't comprehend with big studios. Kate Beckinsale and Sam Rockwell put in fine performances in "Snow Angels". I also admired the slowly developed romantic connection between Michael Angarano and Olivia Thirlby characters. It's how real life high school couples slowly become intimately connected and it works. David Gordon Green has the heart and the romantic touch like a fine painter. The story is about a high school band is practicing for the last football game, when they hear gunshots. The picture abruptly flashes back to a few weeks before, to an Asian restaurant where a high school boy named Arthur (Michael Angarano) buses tables, and his ex-babysitter, Annie (Kate Beckinsale), and her best friend, Barb (Amy Sedaris), are waitresses. Arthur, who's a bit of a misfit, has a troubled home life caused by his constantly clashing parents, both of whom often forget about him. Annie's life isn't faring much better: she's now a single mother with an ill mother, separated from her husband, Glenn (Sam Rockwell), who's on the wagon and becoming a born-again Christian in order to prove that he is responsible enough to spend time with their young daughter, Tara (Gracie Hudson). Depressed and lonely, Annie is having an affair with Barb's husband, Nate (Nicky Katt), which eventually serves to only make her unhappier, as she feels great guilt over betraying her best friend. Desperate to prove himself and still harboring feelings for his estranged wife (whom he suspects is seeing someone), Glenn gets a new job and spends as much time as possible with Tara. Meanwhile, Arthur finds himself growing close to Lila (Olivia Thirlby), a new student at the high school who has a knack for photography. The film focuses heavily on how people's lives can cross in a small town, especially when Tara wanders out of the house and goes missing while Annie, having just lost her best friend over the affair, is sleeping. The whole town spends hours desperately searching for Tara, before Arthur finds her body while smoking pot with his friend. To Annie's horror, Tara fell into the lake while playing and drowned when the water froze over. So in a way it feels like a Robert Altman picture with characters crossing lives in a small town. If you dislike watching character driven films then "Snow Angels" is not for you but if you are the opposite, you will instantly be taken with the characters and notice a fine filmmaker painstakingly crafting a delicate film at the height of his powers.

Mark B (ca) wrote: A charmin n right funny film about a Protestant lad & a Catholic lad befriendin each other and becomin an Oirish Butch Cassidy & the Sundance kid :O) The lad playin Mickybo is outstandin - as good as Tommy Turgoose!. Dead funny.

chrissy s (au) wrote: i like this one cause it has brian krause in it as well.

Lee M (nl) wrote: Between a 4/10 and 5/10, this one can be rough going.

Scott M (ag) wrote: One of the goofiest Christmas movies, and not for the better. There's some fun and appreciation to be had here, but it nowhere compares to the original.

Jacob M (mx) wrote: Great cinematography won me over here, with enough intriguing story elements to provide for an entertaining film.

John M (gb) wrote: Solid thriller set on a sub during WWII. It was actually quite good. Was surprised by this movie I had never heard of.