The film centers on four young people having the last night of freedom before they must come back to school. They have an adventure to explore the suburban wonderland where they have forgotten experiences: first kisses, parties, popularity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Napat S (ag) wrote: Stylish film on normal cliche filthy rich family that you may just watch 'Revenge'.
Zev B (fr) wrote: Craziest indie film ever...Rotoscoping was insane story was sad.
Wrik S (au) wrote: really a miserable piece of movie making.. nothing clear about it!!!
Aaron C (kr) wrote: go - home and snore, it's more comfortable and less distracting to your fellow moviegoes.
Paul D (ag) wrote: A whatever movie with some really awesome parts. DePalma can usually pull a few awesome scenes even out of his worst films.
Sanjay K (br) wrote: I wish if they would have come up with sequal of this movie. it's worth watching it.
Daniel L (ru) wrote: Fassbinder made "In einem Jahr mit 13 Monden" in the aftermath of his lover Armin Meier's suicide and it is his most despondent film. Erwin/Elvira Weisshaupt is a transsexual woman who doesn't want to be a woman. To the extent that the film has a plot, it's one of Elvira's (and the audience's) attempt to discover what was behind her sex change. One of the things that struck me most when I first saw this film and other Fassbinder films, was that we are conditioned to always look for the reasons why someone did something. We need to remember that sometimes there just isn't any reason. Much of what people do is as much of a mystery to themselves as anyone else.
Ryan H (us) wrote: Crazy movie. I really enjoyed it. Some parts were very bizarre and hilarious and surprisingly very emotional at some points.63/100
Matt M (br) wrote: Released around the same time as Dangerous Liasons though both taken from the same novel about sexual machinations of two jaded aristocrats, this film is still gripping but can't help feeling less appealing and less tastefully orchestrated than its Stephen Frears counter part; overstretched and too wordy, this film still has great art direction and performances by the two leads, Firth and the stunning Bening.