Something Must Break
When Sebastian meets Andreas for the first time, he knows they belong together. While Sebastian defies gender norms — flouting convention in his androgynous fluidity — straight-identifying Andreas becomes unable to accept his attraction to another man, as their relationship progresses. Struggling with his identity, Sebastian becomes increasingly determined to become “Ellie,” even if it means walking away from Andreas. Something Must Break brims with raw electricity as it explores questions of gender and sexuality with refreshing candor.
- Stars:Saga Becker, Iggy Malmborg, Shima Niavarani, Mattias Åhlén, Daniel Nyström, Axel Petersén, Emil Almén, Carl-Michael Edenborg, Viktor Friberg, Nour El-Refai, Saga Gärde, Lynette Heinold, Mats Jäderlund, Ida Therén, Carl Kumlin,
- Director:Ester Martin Bergsmark,
- Writer:Eli Levén (screenplay), Ester Martin Bergsmark (screenplay), Lars Bang (collaboration on screenplay), Eli Levén (book)
A gritty story taking place in Stockholm, about the passionate love between the self-abusive Sebastian who wants to be a woman, and the easy-going Andreas who is certainly not gay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Something Must Break torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Slow, limited in imagination, rigid in execution.. and fails miserably to size up to the Shahid-Kareena Jab We Met chemistry.
(it) wrote: Below-average 'psycho' thriller. It's short enough to be throw-away chewing gum for the eyes, but there's little depth to any character and Quaid offers the audience little enjoyment in his madman role despite being top billed.
(us) wrote: Supported and financed by ministry of Culture in Serbia, actually this movie is worth our time.If you like zombie movies, you'll dig this.
(nl) wrote: Acted extremely well, this is a moving portrayal of a man out of time - if Joe Meeks had been around during prog rock years who knows what might have happened. Over-dependent on drugs, tortured by his own demons and a desperate life, this film is moving and horrifying in equal measure (with moments of high comedy to lighten the load). Highly recommended.
(nl) wrote: Sometimes shit really happens
(us) wrote: Sick-day movie: and quite an apt one it is too. This is pretty sick stuff, and would be offensive if it didn't have such high-art aspirations. Palumbo seems to be trying to carve a niche for himself as America's Jorg Buttgereit for both gore and pretentiousness. But it also has some nice cameos by Gunnar Hansen, Ed Neal (who I didn't even recognize) and Tony Todd (who steals the show). A perfect film to watch with Granny after Christmas dinner, I think.
(ag) wrote: What a spoilt little brat Eloise is, but her heart seems to be at the right place during christmas time, An enjoyable enough movie during the festive time.
(kr) wrote: Ihan vaikuttava leffa, varsinainen historiplajays, ja musiikit tekee ison osan leffasta.
(it) wrote: This movie was cheap and dialogue was just cheesy as well. Super low budget and the pregnancy looks like a sci-fi from the 70s. I can't stand the director's choice of shots either... very poorly executed. The actors were decent tho, nothing stands out, but decent.
(ag) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.
(nl) wrote: DVD scratched so didn't finish it... Didn't mind.
(gb) wrote: Ingrid Pitt with your lovely blue nightgown you save the day. Even if we are teased with that lovely, deep bathtub, you sponge yourself in the blood of the innocent. A stand up shower. A whore's bath. Hardly the stuff of horror. Or maybe all the more chilling given the transformative power of that spilled blood. The old age prosthetic you are forced to endure, add warts and moles and sagging angles to your perfect nose and bright eyes. Still you captivate with your sheer stubbornness. Other than you, only Nigel Green chews more scenery and gives a hilariously nuanced performance as the long suffering Dobi (a prototype for the sock freed house elf?). A very immediate and abrupt end to the picture does not offer any satisfaction or resolution, other than hint of JUSTICE! Still considering the Inquisition movies that Hammer was making at the same time as this, I would have thought a better ending might have been possible. Oh well.
(gb) wrote: Meh. Heard the book was better
(nl) wrote: Entertaining, a great cast of characters.