Near a gray and unnamed city is the Zone, a place guarded by barbed wire and soldiers, and where the normal laws of physics are victim to frequent anomalies. A Stalker guides two men into the Zone, specifically to an area in which deep seeded desires are granted.
- Stars:Alisa Freyndlikh, Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy, Anatoliy Solonitsyn, Nikolay Grinko, Natalya Abramova, Faime Jurno, E. Kostin, Raymo Rendi,
- Country:Soviet Union
- Director:Andrei Tarkovsky,
- Writer:Arkadiy Strugatskiy (novel), Boris Strugatskiy (novel), Arkadiy Strugatskiy (screenplay), Boris Strugatskiy (screenplay)
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Stalker torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I watch a lot of indie horror and sci fi films and was very impressed by this film! Director Oklahoma Ward builds a ton of claustrophobic suspense and dread in this dynamite movie! A majority of the film takes place in narrow tunnels, as our heroine, Tank tries to escort the last remaining fertile female to safety through a series of ever narrower tunnels while being pursued by an insect-like creature. Nicole Alanso is fantastic in the role of Tank, and though there is not a ton of dialog, she conveys the feelings of her predicament. I highly recommend this for fans of The Cube and Absentia. Can't wait to see what they come up with next!
(fr) wrote: Realistic Sci-fi, I know that may seem like an oxymoron, but "Astronaut" accomplishes this in a truly intriguing manner!
(us) wrote: Such a beautiful love story. I think its going to become one of my fav's in the gay subject.
(mx) wrote: The story is predictable yet entertaining. A must for fans of mori (who is a babe)
(de) wrote: I liked the hunky footballers (well, the ones who were hunky, at least) but the English translation was horrible (maybe so horrible it was good) and the plot was rather boring. Occasionally it was genuinely funny, though.
(de) wrote: Don't expect a lot and you won't be disappointed.
(nl) wrote: Amazing! Enough said.
(br) wrote: This is much more interesting than Going to Pieces. Great interviews.
(ru) wrote: The follow up to the documentary of the Robin Hood Hill child murder case that started in 93'. This was released 4 years after the first movie covering the events between 96'- early 2000 and does a great job at answering questions as well as making yourself ask new ones. It also gives a great insight on the awareness the first movie had created and how it effected those who felt the need to act on the behalf of 3 wrongly convicted youths who have been sentenced with life in prison and then some.
(ru) wrote: Kind of childish movie, but what do we expect from Sandler? Still, it's better than some of his later work.
(de) wrote: Visually Traumatic, but with a glorious cast no less. As Horrifying, as it is Mesmerising. Watch it if you dare