Steam: The Turkish Bath
Francesco and Marta run a husband-and-wife design company in Rome. When Francesco's aunt dies in Instanbul he travels there to sort out the hamam turkish steam bath that she left him. He finds a love and warmth in his realtives' Instanbul home that is missing from his life in Italy.
- Stars:Alessandro Gassman, Francesca d'Aloja, Carlo Cecchi, Halil Ergün, Serif Sezer, Mehmet Günsür, Basak Köklükaya, Alberto Molinari, Zozo Toledo, Ludovica Modugno, Zerrin Arbas, Necdet Mahfi Ayral, Murat Ilker, Alper Kul,
- Country:Italy, Turkey, Spain
- Director:Ferzan Ozpetek,
- Writer:Ferzan Ozpetek (story), Ferzan Ozpetek, Stefano Tummolini, Aldo Sambrell
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(mx) wrote: ***Need for Speed is ultimately a good movie. If you can try to stop asking yourself 'why are they doing this', then you'll enjoy it a lot more. And the car chases are expertly filmed and technically it's pretty impressive.
(es) wrote: Es una gran pelcula, pero tal vez demasiado larga.
(fr) wrote: Esta pelcula de Estonia fue una de las que ms me gusto del Festival de Cine de Estocolmo. Una de las razones es su imperfeccion, la que brota en cada toma y lo que la transforma en un bicho raro, un hibrido entre Kubrick, Kaurismaki, Cassavettes, Magnolia para los no entendidosy quizs algo de Roy Andersson, pero todo pasado por el filtro de la Europa del Este. Cada toma tiene su extraa poesa de la miseria de los solitarios y funcionan en su independencia, al igual que cada personaje, su esttica es su caracterstica primordial, los celestes y los rojos, polos conocidos en el cine para establecer distintos estados anmicos. No me atrevo a decir que es una obra maestra pero si una digna heredera de algunas pelculas de los setenta y su manera de decir, lo loco que nos vuelve el amor y todo lo que hacemos e improvisamos para tenerlo. Un viaje perdido, surrealista y quizs salvaje, por todas esas almas cerradas en cuerpos (bloques) que no creen en la comedia de las relaciones, aunque estas la tengan. Veiko Ounpuu es un nombre a tener en cuenta.
(mx) wrote: A bizarre and twisted fairy tale, strangely hilarious at times. It's a bit too much even by Todd Solondz standards who is not afraid of breaking taboos and dealing with subject matters others would stay miles away from. Having the main character played by 8 different actors who looked nothing alike was certainly the more unusual part.
(it) wrote: Good Mumbai gangster drama.
(nl) wrote: It tells a fascinating true story as best as it can, but Not Without My Daughter lacks any real tension and is somewhat poorly acted, aside from Alfred Molina's excellent antagonistic performance.
(ag) wrote: The scene in this film with the sleeping swordsman captures everything I love about good action choreography.
(ru) wrote: Rediculous storyline that was so stupid I could not get into it at all! Only watched it all to see what hair brained ending they came up with.
(nl) wrote: Shortly after the 90's Rodney King riots in L.A., new school teacher Erin Gruwell (Hilary Swank) takes on the difficult freshman class of Wilson High School, made up of delinquents and underprivileged kids that the system has given up on. The ever-optimistic young teacher comes up with her own lessons & curriculum to try to get the kids to learn more about themselves and the world around them, having them document their lives in journals, while butting heads with fellow teachers and the school principal about her techniques. In the end, Hillary Swank as (Erin Gruwell) stood by what she believes in as a teacher and was able to help her students.Sadly, it's way too easy to be cynical about a movie that follows the "teachers can make a difference" formula we've seen so many times, especially when the first twenty minutes comes across like a remake of the Michelle Pfeiffer vehicle "Dangerous Minds." Once it gets past that, "Freedom Writers" quickly finds its own identity as a meaningful addition to the scholastic drama genre, partially due to the approach taken by director Richard LaGravenese in making it as much about the kids as it is about Hilary Swank's character Erin Gruwell.
(mx) wrote: I had forgotten how great this movie was. I love the chemistry that showed between Sir Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt. Life and death is so very fragile.