The Living and the Dead

The Living and the Dead

In 1943, group of Croatian soldiers overtake a strategically important point in western Bosnia with a goal to destroy a group of communist partisans. On the way they met some supernatural phenomena, and the action itself went very badly because the partisans ambushed them. The main character Martin inherits silver cigarette case from a dying soldier. This act connects to the story in 1993 when we meet Martins grandson Tomo. He is one of six soldiers of the Croatian army who have come to the same place in Bosnia to meet the same phenomena and similar fate.

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William O (us) wrote: awesome and fresh new take on the girl of steel story

A B (es) wrote: One of those movies where you can't like the characters, and definitely don't want to find yourself identifying with them. You feel guilty no matter who you root for and don't want to be drawn in by them. The emotion was raw, and the movie felt very rough around the edges which suited well. I ended up liking the ending, even though at first I thought the movie was dragging on quite a bit. A very satisfying conclusion for these characters.

Bobby L (es) wrote: Finally watched this one the whole way through. Although Cameron Diaz's acting was pretty crappy at times, the movie itself wasn't - I thought it was a fun idea for a story, and I enjoyed seeing it all play out.

Dennis R (au) wrote: Dillon does a great job with the gleefully self-destructive dialogue and I enjoyed the off-beat tone but it never really goes anywhere (the Marisa Tomei section feeling particularly pointless) and it didn't resonate with me as much as I'd hoped it would.

Arseniy V (nl) wrote: This emperor wears only tedium for clothes. The film reminds me of Sant's "Elephant". In that I find it also to be a con job undertaken by someone with very little to say, in vying for admiration. ...Unless this is a public service ad for the dangers that bluetooth headsets pose to human brain chemistry. In which case - its brilliant!

Alonso A (mx) wrote: Self-referential and hilarious, this series of vignettes shows how much fun Jim Jarmusch can be.

Jason S (ru) wrote: Hilarious film with tons of great and likable characters

Paul D (es) wrote: Terrible attempt to transfer some decent television comedy to the big screen with a poor choice of story and more importantly and to their detriment, it contains nothing to laugh at.

Dana C (fr) wrote: 10 de 10! nunca me sent tan identificada con una pelicula, excepto que cuando yo intent suicidarme con vodka no me metieron a una institucin mental :p

Ashley J (gb) wrote: Clearly made on a budget of 1.50, the potential of a good story was there but gets lost by the bad acting and an attempt at being a bit art house. It doesn't work. Early appearance by Leisha "Alice" Hailey just about saves it.

Daryl T (ca) wrote: A career ender for any other star...

Robin D (br) wrote: This was good when it first came out.

Petros D (gb) wrote: One of my favorite "growing up" movies, it's a great movie, which I think could have been done better. Great acting of course, since it's Robert Mitchum.

william m (es) wrote: Delivers a climactic ending to a flawed character.

Peter S (es) wrote: George Clark: Did you really beat a suspect unconscious with a dead cat?Orin Boyd: No.George Clark: No?Orin Boyd: The cat wasn't dead. Great Steven Seagal and his Dodge Ram 1500 V8.

LeAndra M (us) wrote: Love the fashion and nice chick flix