A dedicated student at a medical college and his girlfriend become involved in a bizarre experiment into reanimating the dead conducted by the student';;s incorrigible housemate... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A dedicated student at a medical college and his girlfriend become involved in bizarre experiments centering around the re-animation of dead tissue when an odd new student arrives on campus.
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Eric H (us) wrote: Just a great documentary detailing the epic Rogues' Gallery of DC Comics from The Joker and Lex Luthor, Sinestro, Darkseid and more, this documentary will explorre the Super Villains of DC Comics.
Armando P (nl) wrote: Slightly worse than the 1st one
Befani G (br) wrote: So eccentric and silly. Loved it! :)
Charlie B (gb) wrote: Everything about this movie is touching. The people, the storyline, the peripheral stories, the relationships, the backstory...everything. I love how the director's main motivation for making this documentary was because of something he DIDN'T understand; it took me a while to realize it, but that's actually very refreshing, considering the God complex typical of the average movie director. My thanks to Jake Rademacher for making this movie...here's hoping everyone in it is still OK.
Matthew C (jp) wrote: Movies that are heavily packed with symbolism can be fascinating. But problems occur when a viewer isn't very well versed in the culture that produced the symbols. That's what happened with me and this movie. It's beautifully produced, and interesting in its surreal combination of theater and movie styles. But other than recognizing that lots of symbolic things were going on, I had almost no idea what the film was about beyond the most basic elements of the plot (which are fairly simple, typical fairytale concepts). If you're more up on your Japanese mythology and cultural symbolism (especially traditional theater), you'll probably get a lot more out of this movie than I did. Otherwise, you'll probably be left scratching your head, as I was.
Yavu I (us) wrote: if you like hotel rwanda this is so much better
Jordan A (ca) wrote: Some may find this movie longish. I thought it was great. Very spare treatment of post cultural revolution China. Zhang Ke Jia adeptly handles the portrait of socio-economic shifts from the perspective of a troupe of traveling perfomers as China begins to transform. Is art inherently counter cultural? Is capitalism a vital part of positive change?
John D (it) wrote: Mediocre. Though I love Gloria Grahame.
William W (fr) wrote: A very interesting movie that I'm glad I took the time to finally watch. Garbo is simply mesmerizing and seems to be on her own planet. Weird that so many of the stars turned down the roles at first and had to be coaxed/persuaded to take part--they're absolutely perfect. It's excellent at capturing a moment in time, with people at vastly different life circumstances, at a top hotel in Germany's greatest city, between the two great wars. Enthusiastically recommended.
Marcus W (ca) wrote: Nowhere near as cheesy or stupid as it should be.