Året är 1969. Artonårige Martin mönstrar på som andrekock på lastfartyget "Snow Drift", med destination Kapstaden. Det är Martins tredje resa. I fartygets kök härskar förstekocken Peter Stein, här är allting underkastat hans osynliga och brutala regelverk. Martin är lyckligt omedveten om vad som väntar honom och hans kompis, kockeleven Sundsvall. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The year is 1969. A junior chef and his friend embark on the ship Snowdrift destined for Cape Town. They meet with The Chef who rules unrestricted by a of sharp set of rules and regulations.
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Arran C (ag) wrote: A film you must watch at least every ten years. It will jarr you into a reflection on your own life in new and distressing ways. It is not only a film about life, it is also a whole life contained in a film, not just through the literal revisiting of the past, but by the journey itself, symbolising life's journey. To say any more would be to gild the lily. Add this movie to your "compulsory viewing" list, somewhere very, very near the top.
Jeremy D (de) wrote: Although I didn't find the story very engaging, Catherine Deneuve with the usual kitsch yet comedic style of Franois Ozon still made the movie worth watching.
Rahul N (us) wrote: Loved it for the quirkiest conceptualization of Devdas- and soundtrack of Amit Trivedi
Aquias V (mx) wrote: I decided to see this film to "evaluate the evaluations" on Paulo Coelho, the writer of "Veronika decides to die". In fact, the film is predictable, sort of boring. I know what depression is. It is not what I saw.
Maryam T (de) wrote: First of all, Rani and Saif only looked good in Hum Tum together. I personally liked the music more than the actual movie. Blah.
Justin R (jp) wrote: A fun Comic Con mockumentary directed by Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill
Dan D (ca) wrote: No good film. Bafflingly awful.
Paul P (gb) wrote: Before Salt and Tomb Raider there was Cyborg 2. Angelina Jolie did not even get top billing.
Ryan W (ru) wrote: This film has a lot of things going for but the film seems to be just too dated
Cynthia S (ru) wrote: This is one of my favorite older romances. I love JoBeth Williams in it.
Sunshine s (de) wrote: An early departure from director David Cronenberg's canon of visceral horror, 1979's Fast Company profiles one of his personal passions, racecars, in a gritty melodrama that also features exciting racetrack footage. Veteran toughguy William Sm
Jasmine t (au) wrote: it seem like an awesome movieni tots want to see it
Jack G (es) wrote: the hall of mirrors is the pinnacle of dazzling and mind-bending theatrics in a golden era Hollywood film (and despite the film being supposedly cut down by the studio the film and especially that sequence don't seem to be compromised), and while it could be seen as lessor Welles there's still so much to admire and get wrapped up in - aside from Rita Hayworth, who radiates red hot sexuality even with cropped hair - as a master stylist is just having fun in Noirland. Indeed it's probably the noiriest of the Welles noirs (ie The Stranger, Touch of Evil) even if that Irish accent is a bit odd at certain points.
Gregory G (mx) wrote: This ensemble comedy-drama about the romantic troubles of interconnected couples in Los Angeles is Robert Altman-lite. Writer-director Willard Carroll has assembled a superb cast but his insistence on reassuring audiences with simplistic resolutions and a love conquers all message is exasperating. Sean Connery and Gena Rowlands are an older married couple about to renew their vows but are conflicted by a past infidelity; two young couples (Jon Stewart and Gillian Anderson, Ryan Phillippe and Angelina Jolie) are confronted with commitment fears; a disapproving mother (Ellen Burstyn) comforts her son (Jay Mohr) dying of AIDS; a professor (Dennis Quaid) relates his tragic life story to a woman (Patricia Clarkson) in a bar; another couple (Anthony Edwards, Madeline Stowe) is having an affair. Connery and Rowlands have a wonderful rapport that is a delight to watch, but the reason to see the movie is Angelina Jolie. As a loquacious, struggling young actress with short spiked hair and pouty lips, Jolie is electrifying. Playing off the dull Ryan Phillippe, she expresses the vulnerability beneath the demonstrative appearance and is completely convincing in her affections. Cinematography is by Vilmos Zsigmond; Music is by John Barry; Editing is by Pietro Scalia.
Dylan D (br) wrote: The Humbling builds on the foundation of a good idea but proves too wobbly to be dependable in its exploration of a challenging narrative that deals with not only advanced age but delusions and the separation of reality and fiction, with the latter seeming to gradually replace the former. The film never finds firm footing or a definitive path through the murkiness, seemingly in an effort to visually compliment the emotionally challenged lead character but only resulting in a further narrative blur. Pacino, however, is fine in the lead, at least in terms of trying to bring something to an otherwise messy part that's too undefined for its, and the movie's, own good.
Jerem M (ca) wrote: Cringe-inducing dialogue in a badly written, overlong soap opera with cars in it. Well, the racing sequences are beautifully shot. So there's that...