A film producer who was adopted as a baby and sent to America, returns to her native Russia and the family farm. Once there, strange things begin to happen including the disappearance of her guide, the manifestation of ghosts (including her own!) and the appearance of another man who has been drawn to the farm for the same reasons.
- Stars:Anastasia Hille, Karel Roden, Valentin Ganev, Paraskeva Djukelova, Carlos Reig-Plaza, Kalin Arsov, Svetlana Smoleva, Anna Panayotova, Jordanka Angelova, Valentin Goshev, Jasmina Marinova, Monica Baunova, Marta Yaneva,
- Country:Spain, UK, Bulgaria
- Director:Nacho Cerdà,
- Writer:Karim Hussain (screenplay), Nacho Cerdà (screenplay), Richard Stanley (screenplay)
An adopted woman returns to her home country and the family home that she never knew and must face the mystery that lies there. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: This movie reminded me a lot of House Arrest. Wasn't anything too special, just a random indie film my friend found on Netflix to kill time.
(de) wrote: It did not grab my attention at all! I was expecting it to be like ET mixed with the Goonies. It kind of was but not really. The characters were either boring or annoying and I don't know which is worse. I also thought the story wasn't that interesting, because it's been done too many times. I don't see why a big amount of critics liked it. I just really don't get this movie.
(au) wrote: Ok action scenes and an ok script
(fr) wrote: FUCKING BORING AND STUPID I DON'T CARE ABOUT CLINT EASTWOOD, BOXING, OR HILARY SWANKS MANLY ASS. FUCKING AWFUL.
(es) wrote: This is a tremendous movie about two outsiders becoming friends in a gated community. The plot isn't real original and neither is the suburban satire. What makes this movie great is the performances of Barton and Rockwell and little touches that keep what could be a cliche ridden film from falling into that trap. This is a movie that I wanted to re-watch as soon as it was over
(de) wrote: Often overlooked, which is a pity as it's a subtle yet effective road movie that explores the relationships between three very different brothers. With brilliant performances from all the cast, particularly Daniel Stern, and some genuinely touching moments - I've seen this movie a good few times now and I still never tire of it.
(jp) wrote: Excellent story of Iceal Hamblton an Air Force Officer shot down in Vietnam and the attempts to rescue him. Solid acting and outstandiing aerial sequences. It's a real tribute to the men who flew in harms way to rescue others. Highly recommended
(gb) wrote: almost so average but somehow not so. super acting from a very young cast. a no holds barred portrayal of junkie come vice youth. barer than panic in needle park even. maybe it's abject bluntness is it's raison d'etre.
(de) wrote: Pirun kumma leffa mutta niin Francon leffat on. Joitain metkoja kohtauksia osin tekotaiteellista kukkua.
(au) wrote: Representing the culmination of a decade long collaboration between director Don Seigel and perpetual 1970's Clint Eastwood Escape from Alcatraz is a very loose account fo the 1962 escape from the legendary prison located in San Francisco Bay.The film opens with Frank Morris (Eastwood) being delivered to his new island home. He meets the hard ass warden (Patrick McGoohan) and delivers the speech to Morris about no one ever escaping Alcatraz and no one ever will. The film then follows Morris and his compatriots (Jack Thibeau, Fred Ward, and Larry Hankin) use their wits and the materials they have on hand to make their daring escape.Shot on the actual island, the film has a washed out and bleak look that obviously mimics its location in the foggy and cold bay area. The order in these broken down buildings shows how the island has rotted away with time, but the cogs of justice have continued to turn no matter what happens. Clint Eastwood's performance is one of his best, on par with Josey Wales or Unforgiven. You are not watching Dirty Harry in this film as Eastwood leaves that persona before the opening credits roll. The performances throughout the film are filled with hopelessness and even characters not involved in the escape seem to perk up when it's even hinted at. It's like sun light breaking through the clouds for one solitary moment. As a whole, the theme of the film is hope. All of the convicts are hopeless until Frank shows up and starts filling their minds with the possibility, the hope, of escape. Could there be a way out of Alcatraz that doesn't end in death? This is another '70's film that flipped the good guys and the bad guys. Once again, after Vietnam and Watergate, the nation lost confidence in its authority figures. In Escape from Alcatraz you are rooting for the cons to overcome the authority that keeps pressing its thumb down on them from the opening moments. It is a great film that is really an underrated masterpiece of the 1970's.
(ca) wrote: What a gutsy, heart-wrenching, down-beat feast. This is not only one of John Huston's best films but also one of the best cinematic portraits about people who struggle to find a place in life. This is masterful filmmaking by a director that understands minimalism and knows how to direct his actors. What astonishing performances!
(gb) wrote: could of been lose better
(ca) wrote: Warm hearted family story. Mark Ruffalo is convincing as a Dad with bipolar disorder, but the actors portraying his daughters absolutely steal the show here.