The Juniper Tree

The Juniper Tree

Margit and her older sister, Katla, flee their homeland in Iceland after their mother is killed for practicing witchcraft. Needing a place to stay, Katla casts a spell over a young farmer named Jóhann which makes him fall in love with her, ensuring the wellbeing of herself and Margit. Jóhann's son, Jóhas, sees through Katla's plan and pleads for his father to make her go away. To help Jóhas in his struggle, Margit's mother appears to Margit in visions and provides a magic amulet of protection for the boy. Will Jóhas be able to rid his family of Katla or will she continue to control them with her witchcraft?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:78 minutes
  • Release:1990
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   magic,   witch,  

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The Juniper Tree torrent reviews

Dennis L (nl) wrote: Interesting at first but was not able to sustain it.

Roy C (mx) wrote: A whole different form of 'family' dysfunction.

Paul W (br) wrote: Do you have time and just want to watch something no matter what?

Sandra V (gb) wrote: One of the sweetest and truest films I've seen in a long time. Look at love anew through the eyes of child and realise how we sometimes complicate our own lives and relationships unneccesarily. Will make you want to go out and find your soulmate, live life to the full and visit New York City!

Joey F (ag) wrote: Charlie Kaufman's first movie, and the one that put him on the map. I found myself just utterly baffled while watching this. Never in my life have I been this confused about how on earth a person could come up with an idea like this, and on top of that, that it actually managed to become a film. I'm happy it did, because it's actually pretty amazing. If you don't know anything about it, I'd say keep it that way and go in cold. That's the best way to do it.

Thrall T (nl) wrote: 8 seconds Luke Perry stars in this biography of the late Lane Frost a champion bull rider who in 1987 won a rodeo world championship at the tender age of 21. In Eight Seconds the title refers to the minimum amount of time a rider must stay on a bull in competition Lane Frost is a young man from Oklahoma who learns to ride hoping to win the approval of his emotionally distant father. As Lane works his way up the rodeo circuit with his best friend Tuff Hedeman (Stephen Baldwin) he meets Kelly Kyle (Cynthia Geary) a pretty barrel-race rider with whom he falls in love. Lane and Kelly marry but Lane stubbornly refuses any help from Kelly's wealthy parents forcing the young couple to live a hand-to-mouth existence and while Lane's dedication to rodeo and its fans earns him a devoted following it also keeps him away from Kelly and threatens to sink their relationship. Lane's hard work pays off when he wins the 1987 world championship but the danger of the sport catches up with him two years later when he dies as a result of an accident during competition.

Jacob D (gb) wrote: Not Mel Brook's best film or funniest but still a comedy classic.

Ruth L (us) wrote: Total B-western, but I like the tough broad who falls for Wayne; she shoots it up almost as well as he does.

Caleb H (ru) wrote: An incredible film. This is more than just an action film. When I first saw this I was puzzled by the ending and slightly frustrated by it, but I actually started to think about it and it makes sense now. It's a character study and possibly even a parable for the incomprehensible evil that unfortunately inhabits our world today. The acting is incredible and it's ridiculously intense. It's incredible how deep and well thought-out this movie is. Film making at its finest.

Logan M (au) wrote: It has more than a fair share of exploitation, but thats the very idea this unnerving techno-reality mystery seeks to explore.

Marshall O (de) wrote: I was born too late but nice to see the boundries broken and destroyed so easily.

Huw G (br) wrote: Sort of brings Alan Bennett into modern times but, underplayed to its own detriment, it's a minor classic that primarily leaves you thinking it could have been a something major.