Embittered widower, Ludvik, spends his nights transporting illegal refugees in his van from Croatia, across Slovenia, and into Italy. The young and inexperienced Rudi acts as his helpmate. Together they become a well-trained duo who almost every night convey "spare parts" to Italy. Of course the story of their illegitimate exports into Europe ends tragically, for everyone. The whole idea of this account is that everyone - including ourselves - is looking for happiness: the "spare parts" because of the misery they are plunged into without, and our characters because they can't find it inside
- Stars:Peter Musevski, Aljosa Kovacic, Primoz Petkovsek, Valter Dragan, Aleksandra Balmazovic, Vladimir Vlaskalic, Verica Nedeska, Zoran Ljutkov, Petre Arsovski, Valentina Gramosli, Jona Sara Andraschke, Tarek Rashid, Nebojsa Praljak, Neda Bric, Matija Vastl,
- Director:Damjan Kozole,
- Writer:Damjan Kozole
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Spare Parts torrent reviews
(it) wrote: You know how if you haven't seen a movie in a while, you can forget exactly how much you liked it? This film is an unadulterated masterpiece, second only to the Sweet Hereafter in Atom Egoyan's filmography. It's about love, loss, what humanity can mean to one another, commerce and the social contract, how we see ourselves through other people's eyes and everything else in between. Plus boobs. If you haven't seen it, you're missing out, it's timeless.
(it) wrote: a boring film with few good moments.
(mx) wrote: Just came to see Dane Dehaan
(nl) wrote: Wow.. I really enjoyed this movie. Love it. It is great romance movie.
(nl) wrote: Wait Transmorphers got a sequel? Sorry... a prequel??? And they managed to make a worse movie? Oh boy. I thought Transformers were some bad flicks but this rip off series from The Asylum is bottom of the barrel stuff.This film is only for those who are into really bad movies. At least this has Bruce Boxleitner in it.
(de) wrote: Muy interesante la trama de Sophie Barthes, y magistral la interpretacin de si mismo de Paul Giamatti, pero a Cold Souls le falta ese no s qu para lograr atraparte. Por momentos se vuelve un poco lenta, en especial todas las escenas en Rusia. De todas formas es recomendable.
(ru) wrote: Good Concept. Bad Directing. Mediocre Acting. Although I'd still tell you to watch it if you're in the mood for something minutely post-apocalyptic. Gather the friends around and make fun of the characters bad decisions and the horrible dialog. You'll enjoy that more than falling into the plot wholes.
(it) wrote: These arty movies could be called "anti-cinema" which doesn't make this any less interesting. Some rather good elements in cinematography and in the monologue, but obviously this would have worked much better as a short film.
(kr) wrote: Had me biting my fingernails, as there was a great cat and mouse game going. Good account, script, and crips acting always enjoy Chris Cooper when he is cast into a good role.
(ca) wrote: An interesting film, But i think it tries a little too hard to be a cult classic. It's old school american horror, which is always fun. The killings were unrealistic and the blood was outrageous, just how a horror movie should be. Sure, it's a "Scream" rip off, but it's still good.
(us) wrote: Slow in spots bur still one of the best animorphic fables about the human experience.
(us) wrote: A movie, that all the world's religious leaders, and their blind followers, need to see.
(ag) wrote: looks interesting...
(au) wrote: Every character in this film is stupid! Every character is a single-minded, ignorant & ridiculous dung pile...In fact, if there is one character that is not accurately described by that description, then, it is Duke! It is, perhaps, besides the point that a number, perhaps a large number, of the characters in this film do, obviously, have some measure of intelligence, be it street smarts or book smarts; and in having either one of them...none of them have more than a meager amount of the other. And none of them that have any relevant level of intelligence are smart enough to know what to do with it, which is, blisteringly, obvious from what takes place throughout the film!...except for, perhaps, Duke! So, it is not only ironic that Duke is not only the only character that dies in the film, it is also ironic that he dies proving that he is the only character that does not possess this dreadful stupidity in the film!While it is obvious that Duke does not have to die to prove this, it is apparent that those associated with this film, such as Crumb & Bakshi, believe(d, at least at the time when this film was made) that he does. Which makes me question their very intention(s) & motivation(s) about why this film was made at all.(I have heard that Crumb hated the script & that he was, at least ultimately, not related to the creation nor its release. If that is the case, I would love to see his version of this film!)Given the cultural, political & societal, etc., impacts that was had on this film, by the 1960's, which was almost a character in the film, by comic books & music, etc., and given the impacts that this film has had on comic books, movies, cartoons, the 60's & beyond, etc., I feel as if I can not rate the film based on purely the film itself. I feel that to rate the film I must include things that are connected to, but, not, necessarily, related to the film. And I don't know if that does an injustice to the film or not!I am, also, made even more confused by the fact that, since music had such an influence on the film, the music in the film isn't very good at all! And regardless of what intention(s) and/or motivation(s) influenced those associated with this film had, to make this film, i.e. Crumb & Bakshi, I can't shake the feeling they tried, desperately, to piss ppl off with this film...Robert Crumb is to comic books what Hunter S. Thompson is to journalism. And that's not always a good thing, too!
(kr) wrote: One can only think how much better the film would be hadn't Kaufman script been slashed at the studio's demand. Still, this was definitely a great debut by Clooney powered by an excellent performance by Rockwell who nailed Chuck's vicissitudes.