Sissi: The Fateful Years of an Empress
After a wonderful time in Hungary Sissi falls extremely ill and must retreat to a Mediterranean climate to rest. The young empress’ mother takes her from Austria to recover in Madeira.
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Demonic N (ca) wrote: This looks really crap.
stefano l (mx) wrote: An apparently easy task some peace operators in the Ex Jugoslavia have to take on, is the starting point in showing the atrocity of one of the most terrible wars of the last 20 years. The film is very light, although the topic could make you think of it as very harsh to watch.
Leif E (mx) wrote: Powerful and painful.
Robyn M (it) wrote: Never could finish this movie, let alone celebrate the holidays with misery!
Heather F (au) wrote: Even if you don't like Sting, it's a good look inside what it takes to put on a concert tour. From deciding what the backup singers should wear, to arguing with the band over why Sting makes more money than they do, to the delivery room as Trudy delivers another baby, you really get a feel for the life of a major musician.
Marina H (us) wrote: painful, even if it is Elvis...
Calum R (fr) wrote: A terrific reboot and every bit as amazing as the title suggests. The performances are fantastic too.
David H (au) wrote: Amazing film! Very sad and moving, with a powerful message as the story draws to a close. Excellent!
Matthew C (mx) wrote: Despite what a seeming horde of critics have said about this film, I think it's quite beautiful. Its emotions are honest and its visuals are often breathtaking -- even when the subject in frame is seemingly benign. I can sympathize with those who lament the presence of apparent Terrence Malick cliches, such as women endlessly and whimsically frolicking all over kingdom come. Perhaps the man has a thing for extremely free-spirited women. Anyway, I'll admit that such moments do take me out of the film as well -- at least momentarily. By the by, there's far too much for me to like here to dismiss this Malick-ian, stream-of-consciousness drama. The actors draw me in with their honest portrayals; and the camera pulls me along with images that can somehow remain both raw/documentary-style, and beautifully cinematic.