The Elusive Summer of '68
For the young man who lives in Serbian province town, the maturing coincides with the turbulent political events of the year 1968.
- Stars:Erich Ponto, Carl Kuhlmann, Albert Lippert, Ludwig Linkmann, Hans Stiebner, Bruno Hübner, Herbert Hübner, Albert Florath, Hilde Weissner, Gisela Uhlen, Herbert Wilk, Waldemar Leitgeb, Walter Franck, Bernhard Minetti, Hans Leibelt, Slavko Stimac, Danilo 'Bata' Stojkovic, Mira Banjac, Mija Aleksic, Ivana Mihic, Andrija Mrkaic, Sanja Vejnovic, Dragana Varagic, Neda Arneric, Miodrag Radovanovic, Branka Petric, Dragan Zaric, Predrag Tasovac, Branko Cvejic, Milutin Butkovic,
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Heather C (de) wrote: its a great movie if you love scooby doo. It has a great plot with having villians and superstars of all kinds.!!!!!!!
Christina H (gb) wrote: Watched: 27 Oct 2013
James B (es) wrote: A very neat film that focus on a variety of topics related to industrial design, including function, aesthetics, and sustainability. Lots of different perspectives. Well put together. Highly recommended.
Gabriela L (au) wrote: I can't believe I have never seen this before?! It was a really funny movie. I just happened to catch it on cable and couldn't stop watching. Highly recommended, especially for a girls night in.
J K (br) wrote: Fun for one viewing if you're bored. Comedy Central has this on quite a bit.
David M (us) wrote: Glass Story! My fave Jackie film! The Fight scenes and stunts are superb especially the end fight scene in the shopping mall. Jackie Chan at his best!
David W (mx) wrote: I saw this with Rifftrax. The Rifftrax was funny. A bad Mad Max rip off.
Eddie R (es) wrote: I love this film, or at least each time i watch it i get teary eyed. I may have enjoyed it more if there was a faster pace, but then i have sat through several showings of Solaris, in the original time frame, so i am thoroughly prepared to sit through this entirely again. I absolutely fell to the charms of Claire Forlani, and was held captive throughout in the whole conceptual framework for the film. I am not so cynical as some are about this film, and keep my naivete on my sleeve. Not a visceral film for me but cerebral, with many personal connections.