A young orphaned woman, named Kotzebue, is trying to find out who her parents are in the icy landscapes of Alaska. Kotzebue (K.d. Lang) is helped by a east-german librarian (Rosel Zech), whose husband was killed while fleeing from the GDR. Although both women could not be more different from each other, a fragile relationship forms.

A woman who grew up in a small town in Alaska goes to the public library to try and find out who her parents were. She was brought to town as a baby in a cardboard box with "Kotzebue" on it... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dena S (nl) wrote: i would have loved it to be good but it wasn't.

Conrad T (gb) wrote: Story background of a villain couple in disguise of brother and sister was a bit similar to the movie Crimson Peak.

Ericka R (ag) wrote: It is interesting at first, but unfortunately, there is a lot of unnecessary scenes and scripts. Sad to say, shame.

Avery M (kr) wrote: It isn't that the film's bad, it's just extremely forgettable, full of uninteresting and cliche characters, loaded with humour which was dated even when the film came out.

Yng Y (au) wrote: While the events take place over some brief hours of an overnight sea journey, the mating ritual feels like it is taking forever. Lighting is too clinically harsh. Strong sense of realism (except the overly thoughtful script), a melancholy transience and incredibly studied nuances..

Spencer H (ca) wrote: Ugly, stupid, ugly, stupid, ugly, stupid, that's all I have to say about this retarded movie.

Adam A (jp) wrote: I went into this expecting camp fest, but actually ended up watching a pretty decent film. Basically, it's about a 12 step program for Vampires. It has a good amount of dark humor, a really original story and some fun action sequences. My only gripe is could have had a little more Madsen. But that's alright because the movie was still enjoyable without him. All in all, this is a good film. Nice to see an original take on the vampire theme. Sometimes that can blow up in your face, but this film has just the right mix of action/drama/humor to keep you interested.

Trenton R (ca) wrote: Expertly filmed, paced, plotted and acted Thirteen Days is an excellent look at one of the most pivotal moments in American History.

Tim N (ag) wrote: this how I wish I came out

Keiko N (fr) wrote: Exceptional portrayal of children's fragility and vulnerability. Such a realistic look into the world of children, their naivete, kindness and occasional cruelty. The young actors, and particularly Thivisol, are remarkable.

Tucker S (es) wrote: Funnier than the first one.

Allan C (br) wrote: Terrific film noir throwback with a uniquely African American perspective. What makes this film so special that it's not just a modern take on film noir, much like how Roman Polanzi brilliantly did so with "Chinatown," but this film manages to seamlessly infuses issues of race in America with a genre that has largely ignored the African American perspective. Outside of the novels of Chester Himes, I'm really at a loss to come up with any sort of period noir films or crime novels that were told from an African American perspective. In this film, Denzel Washington plays WWII vet Easy Rawlins who's simply trying to I've the American Dream of owing his own home working an honest job. However, Easy loses his job and is forced to take on a suspicious private investigation case to locate a missing woman, the titular devil in a blue dress. The film unfolds like a classic Raymond Chandler Phillip Marlow mystery where a simple case goes down a serpentine rabbit hole of colorful characters, double crosses and assorted criminal activity. There are very few films that really manage to accurately recapture the classic feel of nor, but this film very nearly reaches the highest of the best of modern noir, and is worthy comparison to "Chinatown." Washington is terrific as Easy Rawlins in what I had hoped would have turned into a series of film for author Walter Mosely's character. Seeing Easy code switch between white, black, rich and poor world is fascinating (speaking as someone who is privileged to not have to do that). This example perfectly illustrates what this film dos so well, illustrating issues of race, how African American's are forced to change the way the communicate depending upon who they are talking to, but the Easy's ability to code switch also serves the film's story. The film's ultimate reveal about the woman's secret who he's looking for does this same thing as well, serving the film both thematically and also serving the film's mystery narrative. Besides being having a smart story and script, the film features a wonderful supporting cast. Tom Sizemore is a very scary henchmen. Maury Chaykin plays a very creepy millionaire. And Don Cheadle very nearly steals the film from as Easy's loose cannon friend Mouse. Tak Fujimoto provides the film with a gorgeously shadowy 1950s Los Angels. Elmer Bernstein composed a classic throwback style score. And the period detail in costumes and set designs are equally strong. I'm really disappointed this film wasn't a hit and that writer/director Carl Franklin was not able to continue adapting Mosley's series of books. Overall, this is a terrific film.

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John G (gb) wrote: Get it, if you can find it!I was lucky enough to find a torrent.

Scot C (au) wrote: Really enjoyed this. Well most stories set in rural America rarely disappoint. An engaging story of two brothers dealing with each other in a world on their own.