Sista ringen

Sista ringen

Eric and Clarence are friends from the same class in school - but from different social classes. Eric comes from the working class, Clarence from the upper class. Eric regards his studies as a way of getting somewhere, while Clarence is only interested in the drawing lessons. There are only a few months left until graduation. Clarence behaves very provocatively against the art teacher 'Sjasen'. Plot by Mattias Thuresson.

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Patrick F (ag) wrote: He is both funny and serious blending them to his own sociopolitical and observational style for conveying a message felt to be heartfelt to him personally which then resonates with others.. Although curiously the balance of what is and is what not is hidden: he is a performer first and philosophising guy second or is this a reverse!

Alfin N (us) wrote: Not too bad for an ultra-mushy romantic chick flick. They even have balls to copy 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Jim S (it) wrote: Robin Williams, what were you thinking?! May you rest in peace. It's hard to believe that this movie was directed by the same man who brought us the "Men in Black" movies.

Marcia M (au) wrote: I don't know why they put these slow and serious movies on planes. Difficult to focus on when watching on a plane. Not that interesting to watch.

Hank H (nl) wrote: Even though I would probably never have hung out with Woody Allen in school, I definitely think he's a cool dude. He's also gotta stop starring in his flicks. This is a positive comment on the geezer.

Shawn W (es) wrote: A bizarre mix of creative talents went in to making this movie. Not the kind of thing that happens too often these days. A script from Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, direction by Walter Hill and his usual gang (strong editing from Freeman Davies, cool photography from Lloyd Ahern and score by Ry Cooder), Bill Paxton and William Sadler as the 'heroes' and Ice T and Ice Cube as the bad guys. It makes for a truly original movie.Much like Judgment Night, Trespass is about two worlds colliding after bystanders witness a gangland execution. Two firemen on a treasure hunt in a huge, long abandoned East St. Louis factory. This happens to be the same territory as King James (Ice T) and his cohorts. They off some unwise punk by chucking him thru the glass roof and are pretty mortified upon discovering Bill Paxton and William Sadler are watching them. Ice T's crippled brother is taken hostage by Sadler and they seal themselves in old apartment. Several other bad guys show up and totally box them in.What follows is a succession of stand-offs and shoot outs as Paxton and Sadler fight among themselves, T and Cube argue over who should be running the show, loyalties are challenged and each group begins to split into different factions. Stuck in the crossfire is poor old Bradlee, the innocent hobo caught in the middle as his apartment is besieged.There are no clear-cut 'good guys' and 'bad guys' in Trespass. Just a bunch of guys who all came to the wrong place at the wrong time.Originally called 'Looters' and scheduled for release during Summer 1992 the release date was changed to Winter and the title changed to 'Trespass'. Why? The LA riots were happening and Universal felt that there was enough racial tension in the media already. While I agree there is deliberate racism in this film it's nowhere near as bad as the morbidly extreme racism in such recent movies like Bad Boys II.

AJ B (gb) wrote: I was 15 years old when I saw this movie, and I have not seen it since. This movie must have had a pretty powerful effect on me since I still remember it to this day, almost 20 years later. I hope to find this on DVD one day... but then again, I might want to keep its mystique by not viewing a single frame of it ever again.

Kevin H (au) wrote: One of the worst zombie films I have ever seen with more stock than actual footage and a soundtrack stolen directly from Goblin's "Dawn of the Dead" work. In fact I can't think of a single thing that makes this film watchable yet I still feel the need to give it two stars since it does feature some interesting zombie kills and a couple of extended boob shots.

Aren B (au) wrote: Impenetrable to anyone living nowadays, "Fast Company" thrives on car racing lovers of the 1970's. It's a B-movie which modest production values and some fancy visuals, but a weak, poorly acted story. None of Cronenberg's trademark themes appear in the film, so unless you are looking for a mildly entertaining racing flick, you're looking in the wrong place.

Ben F (it) wrote: You've got your Cheatle. You've got your Pearce. What more do you want?

Kandee M (kr) wrote: I love, love, love this movie!