Sensuela

Sensuela

Laila is an innocent Lappish girl and the only daughter of a reindeer herder. During world war II Laila rescues crashed German fighter pilot Hans and the two develop warm feelings for each other during his convalescence. Years later, after the war, Hans returns to Lapland as a freelance photographer and manages to lure Laila to run away with him to capital Helsinki to start a career as a photo model, much to the chagrin of her traditional father Aslak. After initial happiness, however, Hans abandons Laila and the decadent lifestyle of a big city sends her life into a downward spiral.

Laila is an innocent Lappish girl and the only daughter of a reindeer herder. During world war II Laila rescues crashed German fighter pilot Hans and the two develop warm feelings for each other during his convalescence. Years later, after the war, Hans returns to Lapland as a freelance photographer and manages to lure Laila to run away with him to capital Helsinki to start a career as a photo model, much to the chagrin of her traditional father Aslak. After initial happiness, however, Hans abandons Laila and the decadent lifestyle of a big city sends her life into a downward spiral. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Patrick F (nl) wrote: Oliver Stone is one of, if not, the best director in Hollywood. Another masterpiece. And Edward Snowden is a real hero. If you don't think so, you must like living under a rock.

Aaron H (de) wrote: Must watch about one of the people, that help start the Iraq war.

Eric H (gb) wrote: Despite its contained nature, this is a careful and well exposed character study.

Jenn T (jp) wrote: Really charming comedy. Funny stuff.

Gabo T (it) wrote: Excelente documental con un entrevistado muy carismtico e inteligente. Muy recomendable. El nico pero es el tratamiento de algunas imgenes ilustrativas que no es muy interesante ni ingenioso.

Matthew L (mx) wrote: By God, it was ACTUALLY worse than the previous film.

Rainer K (mx) wrote: Als erster Teil meines abschlieenden Linklater-Marathons musste subUrbia herhalten. Auf den ersten Blick, wirkt der Film sehr sehr Linklater-ish. Eine Kleinstadt in Texas, eine Gruppe Jugendlicher, Diskussionen ber die Zukunft ihrer Generation. Slacker und Dazed and Confused kommen einem in den Sinn, und tatschlich ist einiges dieser frheren Werke hier zu finden. Kaum einer hat ein authentischeres Auge auf das Kleinstadtleben als Linklater. Kaum einer kann zwei Stunden zuflligen Nichts (randomness) ansprechender verpacken als Linklater.subUrbia zhlt trotzdem nicht zu seinen beachtenswerteren Filmen. Erstens zerstrt er die Linklater-Formel im dritten Akt, in dem dann doch noch etwas passiert, das ganze erreicht sogar tragdische Ausmae. So etwas ist vllig fehl am Platz in Linklaters Kleinstadtstudien der Trostlosigkeit. subUrbia begeht den gleichen Fehler wie so viele Filme mit hnlicher Thematik. Statt einfach darzustellen was und wie die Protagonisten Leben und ihre Probleme zu begutachten, wendet sich der Blick auf eine verlorene Generation einem erfundenen Seifenoper-Geschehnis zu.Was den Film vielleicht htte retten knnen, wren talentierte Schauspieler, bis auf Giovanni Ribisi (noch ohne nervige Stimme) sind allerdings keine zu sehen. Steve Zahn spielt einen totalen Vollidioten, der sonst nicht viel zu tun bekommt, und die beiden essentiellen, und wahrscheinlich schwierigsten Rollen des Rockstars Pony und des Army-Veteranen und Alkoholikers Tim sind furchtbar besetzt.Sehr viel mehr ist ber subUrbia auch gar nicht mehr zu schreiben. Der Film stellt eine Ausnahme im Werk Linklaters dar - ein kleines, recht persnliches Werk, das trotzdem nicht wirklich gut ist.PS: Die grte berraschung bot sich mir in den Opening Credites: Production Designer - Catherine Hardwicke, die Regisseurin von Filmen wie Twilight und Red Riding Hood, war in den 90er Jahren Setdesigner von etlichen Indie-Produktionen.

Richard L (gb) wrote: Liam NEESON stars convincingly in this well-balanced movie with an interesting take on the revenge theme.

Cindy R (nl) wrote: A flat-out swell movie, with a customarily stellar Tom Hanks performance.

Kevin S (nl) wrote: For a Universal Studios B-picture, this one isn't bad. It's about a group of American soldiers in "Asia" (the sets look like a cross between India and Morocco) who sneak into a secret snake ritual. One of the soldiers attempts a little flash photography and the group barely escapes with their lives. Soon afterwards, the men return to the states and, one by one, they meet their demise under strange circumstances. Did anyone else notice the bizarre similarity between Cult of the Cobra (1955) and To Hell and Back (1955)? The two films have virtually the same cast (minus Audie Murphy of course). Marshall Thompson, Jack Kelly and David Janssen all play soldiers in both films. What an odd double feature this would be!

Crtis W (mx) wrote: This was good! It was iffy in some parts (i.e. the on the spot surgery and the blood drinking), but overall I thought that this was a great movie. I thought that the imagery made this movie very effective when it came to putting audiences in the position of the characters in the movie. It was also relatively realistic, which was good. The film did really a little too much on the lead actress for her knowledge, which made her seem like she knew everything about anything (which got old after a while), but overall this film was great! As a quick add-on, it was terrible how the after days of walking they were simply going in a circle; obvious plot line, but I seriously did not expect it!

Matthew A (ag) wrote: A wonderful examination of human interaction, hilarious, melancholy, and everything in between. Jarmusch is a master at his craft.