A lonely, mentally unbalanced woman invents a fictitious daughter and has the "daughter" write to a Marine stationed in the South Pacific. When the soldier returns back to the States, he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Strangers in the Night
In this Gothic tale, a returning WW2 vet goes looking for a small-town girl whom he knows only from letters. Its the pretext for an off-beat treatment of sexual frustration morphing into a dangerous delusion, and eventually murder.
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Daniel T (ru) wrote: If it wasn't for Shia solid acting this would be a half star.
Shauna C (jp) wrote: Kind of slow movie about adultery. Interesting cinematography.
Al M (fr) wrote: Not really original in any real way, Inkubus (don't know why it's spelled that way other than to try and seem cool in the lamest way possible) manages to craft an awesome mostly bottle-film setting. Featuring Robert Englund in the best performance have seen him in for years, Inkubus makes some jobs but is mostly serious despite featuring Englund, who tends to show up in campy horror comedies. The film unfolds in a police station that is being run by a skeleton crew because it is about to be shut down. Against this backdrop, a young man arrives covered in blood and claiming that his girlfriend was killed by a a mysterious, dark man. Soon, that man appears at the police station, claiming to have committed a series of murders that date back to the Jack the Ripper killings. Is he crazy or perhaps demonic? Again, there is nothing overly original or intelligent about Inkubus, but I found it to be a horror film that uses its talent and setting to full effect.
Paul D (de) wrote: Obvious sequel, and Rusty Nail's voice is badly dubbed, but there is enough going on to keep the audience on edge.
Jocey D (br) wrote: I love inspiring stories where the underdog is victorious in defeating the obstacles to success.
Cuixi A (nl) wrote: After watching "In My Sleep" I have to say I have never seen anything like it. Allen Wolf turns an not often thought of subject, such as sleep walking, into a battle between a man and his subconscious. What can a man do in his sleep? Just about anything.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: A gorgeous-looking film with a beautiful art direction and a camera that appears to glide through the sumptuous spaces and rooms of those four brothels in 38 stunning long takes, making it feel almost like a travel in time to the atmospheric Shanghai of the end of the 19th century.
Martin S (jp) wrote: A totally nuts film but comical.
Zeu P (jp) wrote: Excalibur is one of my favourite films. Boorman's version is 'of a time,' but even today this version is still the definitive screen version of the story of King Arthur. The casting is prophetic. Nicol Williamson, starring as Merlin, was already known as one of the greatest actors of his time. We didn't know it yet, but cast members Gabriel Byrne, Helen Mirren, Liam Neeson and Patrick Stewart were destined for greatness. Ireland provided the surreal environment, becoming a character itself. Boorman's dream-like imagery challenged and redefined how people now see Arthurian legend.Some reports are that Boorman had actually intended to shoot Lord of the Rings, but Ralph Bakshi secured the rights instead (and later released his animated version.) So Boorman simply repurposed the design and pre-production intended for Tolkien. I think it's interesting that in Excalibur we may also be getting a glimmer into an alternate universe how Boorman's Lord of the Rings might have looked.
Johannes R (de) wrote: 22.6.2011A very dark psychological drama. Marlon Brando as a gay army officer is great as is Elizabeth Taylor as his whipping wife. John Huston directed with subtlety and sensitivity. The golden-hued cinematography creates its own atmosphere, in which these characters must struggle.
Rick L (nl) wrote: "Infamy, infamy", ....oh, you know the rest. Brilliant camp fun courtesy of the usual suspects
The Movie W (nl) wrote: Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard are a great antagonistic couple in Mark Robson's thrilling war movie. Sinatra is an American pilot who crashes in Italy and is sent to a prison camp where Howard leads the inmates. The two bicker over whether it's best to hatch escape plans or lie low till the war ends. When Italy surrenders the prisoners seize a train, planning to escape to neutral Switzerland. Much darker than earlier portrayals of WWII, characters are made to do a lot of nasty things which genuinely trouble them. Great downer ending too.