Devil at Your Heels, traces the trials of stuntman Ken Carter who attempts a death defying aerial jump in a car. Not content with a normal jump, Ken Carter attempts a jump from Canada to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Magali J (us) wrote: The film made me hate her even more than I already did
Moni K (kr) wrote: What a story. Very disturbing and I really felt bad for this people. Although the ending could have been better.
Duff W (br) wrote: Tendentious, one-sided, and difficult to challenge (especially the statistics quoted) but this is a powerful, highly entertaining documentary that reminds us of the human cost of American-style capitalism (which is precisely why it has to be tendentious, one-sided and use a lot of questionable stats: because the odds are weighted so heavily in favour of corporate behemoths like Wal-Mart). You don't have to agree with everything in the film --- and you won't--- but it'll sure confronts you with your participating in a big business built on economic drudgery and diminishing the rights of its workers. All so you can have cheap blue jeans from China.
Zach S (us) wrote: Does the theatrical poster even sound like it's gonna show us a good movie?! Even the trailer sucks.
Darryl S (ru) wrote: Hilarious! Love the State!
Nan S (br) wrote: Funny, funny movie! Loved it!
Antti R (us) wrote: Pales in comparison to Mario Bava's masterpieces, but has redeeming qualities. Although Danza macabra contains many moments of unintentional comedy, overall it is carefully designed, complete with classical B&W photography. The story itself is highly original, so the resulting film is at least intriguing and enjoyable, although not overwhelming.