The Nomi Song

The Nomi Song

Looks like an alien, sings like a diva - Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980s' most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through rock music: a counter tenor who sang pop music like opera and brought opera to club audiences and made them like it. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera, and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was!

Having failed to break into professional opera in his native Germany (where, as an usher in West Berlin's Deutsche Oper, he would serenade the staff after the 'real' performances were over)... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Nomi Song torrent reviews

Jeff H (kr) wrote: I am a sucker for naration in movies, and wthin a few minnutes I could tell that I wasn't going to be skipping around on netflix. It was a little distracting since I see Kat Dennings as her character in Two Broke Girls. While the story goes into directions it does not need to, the movie is good at setting a mood.

Matthew R (es) wrote: a good movie the only thing that bugged me was Joseph Gordon Levitt his makeup was terrible or it was terrible cgi to make him look younger either way he just looked weird

slim c (gb) wrote: i don't know...i'd probably turn my head the whole time...but i like corin nemec

Jonathan S (jp) wrote: How this is not a Herzog film is beyond me.

MelCandy (kr) wrote: Some really good points focused. "The shit you don't know it's the shit you don't want to see."(or something..)

Greg W (mx) wrote: Far from the teen movies of yesteryear, but has it's fair share of youngster fun

Ryan A (ru) wrote: Shirley MacLaine is as charming as ever. Loved the set-up and structure. One negative aspect was that the romance between Caine and MacLaine never felt real. Caine's character is a jerk throughout the movie, so it never makes sense for MacLaine to do anything for him out of love. But, fun movie.

Zack B (fr) wrote: Truly one of the most underappreciated Western flicks of all-time. This film does a great job at displaying the adventures and travels of McQueen's title character. Not a fantastic movie, but it still works as an epic journey.

Mark N (ag) wrote: Global disaster movie 60's style. The movie never quiet gets away from the campy unreality of the 50's sci-fi movie while playing the material completely straight. The less than logical plot fails to explore the world ending ramifications they set in motion in favour of dwelling on the mighty minds who can save the day and their relationships. Still above average for the time and genre but unsatisfying all the same.

LeMemeMan (au) wrote: Layer Cake is an eccentric and truly British action/thriller hybrid. Daniel Craig performs extremely well as he breathes a detailed life to an unnamed character. The plot is solid with a few very shocking scenes. Matthew Vaughn is stamping mark as one of the greatest British directors.

Jessica H (nl) wrote: a dreamers movie for friends.

Sebastian H (kr) wrote: This movie was scary and fun!!!

Steve S (nl) wrote: Did this deserve the Oscar for Best Picture over "Saving Private Ryan"? No. That being said, the film is still a delight from start to finish. Though primarily fictional, the comedy gives Joseph Fiennes his best roll, and Gwyneth shines.

Julie H (us) wrote: Alex loved it and I thought it was a real cute movie.