In the summer of 1914, thirteen-year-old Oda von Siering (Paula Beer) leaves Berlin to join her family and an assortment of German and Russian aristocrats on an estate in Estonia. The von ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Poll Diaries
In 1914 on a family estate, Oda helps a wounded anarchist, and as their illicit friendship deepens, a family turmoil erupts as the war closes in.
- Stars:Daniel Brocklebank, Garry Summers, Bernie Hodges, Wayne Virgo, Alice Keates, David Jones, Jonathan Blake, Chris Bowden, Simon Pearce, Paula Beer, Edgar Selge, Tambet Tuisk, Jeanette Hain, Richy Müller, Enno Trebs, Yevgeni Sitokhin, Susi Stach, Erwin Steinhauer, Michael Kreihsl, Gudrun Ritter, Uma Fritze, Paula Fritze, Valentina Väli, Dennis Mojen,
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Peter P (ca) wrote: Wow, who knew that cgi cracking pavement could look so bad, this movie is down right horrible, if they showed this to prisoners it would be considered cruel and unusual punishment. Yeah, it is that bad, skip it.
WS W (fr) wrote: Some cheap principles selling in this not so interesting film.
Mike P (au) wrote: Read the book by Lawrence Thornton! The transition to movie is pretty decent... obviously, the novel will be much more gripping during the visions, but on film, the movie does what it can to portray the serious events of the period of military dictatorship during the mid1970's-1983...
Moya W (au) wrote: Spectacular acting and a very beautiful movie. A movie that's easy to love and will stay in your hearts forever.
Joel G (ag) wrote: No plot, bad acting but Rodney has some of the best one liners ever
Gavin P (es) wrote: A sort-of pre-'Mission Impossible' heist film, with a team of ex-CIA-types stealing a box (exciting!), then getting it taken off them & having to re-steal it. Some funny moments, but not really enough action/excitement. everyon'es fine - but needed more Akroyd & Poitier was under-used. Predictable ending & the stakes never felt that high, but not a bad "spy" film.
Derek D (ru) wrote: Intruiging documentary about the lives of homosexuals and drag balls in Harlem, specifically vogueing, the art of dancing in a way that rips off runway models. The way these people look at certain things in life, it's obvious they've become separated from reality a bit if only because of the way they've been cast away from the real world based almost solely on their seuxla preference. Updating it since, most of the people featured here are dead from HIV-related ilnesses, or in one case even murdered. They mean well, but they lead a dangerous life in a world that's never going to accept them in any mainstream way.
Derek R (it) wrote: Pure, glorious popcorn escapism. The perfect movie movie to watch if you want to escape from reality for a while. Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny Devito are in rare form.
Michael W (us) wrote: Williamson as shoeshine boy ruthlessly rising to gangster before the inevitable fall. Freddie is dynamic and tailor-made for this role. Lacking Larry Cohen's usual sense of humour. Great music and theme song from James Brown.
Lisa D (es) wrote: Oh, how I love Tony Randall. Mansfield is also wonderful. A rather scathing, brilliantly self-reflexive satire. And hilarious. Tashlin is comedic gold.
Apocalypse B (kr) wrote: Decent movie but I wish more was revealed. It seemed incomplete.
Alec B (it) wrote: Just about everything that comes out of Jack Benny or Carol Lombard's mouth will make you laugh . . . not to mention the fact that shamelessly mocking Nazis is always enjoyable.
Johnny T (au) wrote: As a think-piece or conversation starter, the film is top notch. It's just a shame that, as a film, it isn't particularly effective. What Sam Fuller lacks in finance and technology he almost makes up for in style and intent. The story is extremely slight, so the film feels to be moving rather slowly for its short running time, especially considering how bombastic the central concept and much of the action is. White Dog earnestly tackles the issue of the dog's racist behavior, and even provides a surprising explanation for how the animal received its early training. And Mr. Winfield is outstandingly good in turning Keys into a much more interesting character than he might have been. A sequence in a church, where a well-dressed black man flees from the dog and takes refuge, is outstandingly ghastly. The film has a TV-movie cheesiness overruled by Fuller's expert deployment of the camera, brisk pacing and committed performances. Although handled at times with ham-fisted dialogue and direction, this train of thought is what makes White Dog brilliant. The only other thing I have to mention is the superb score by Ennio Morricone, which weaves nicely through the undulating emotions of every main sequence. At the end of the day, this is a solid film in spite of its problems, and serves as a great showcase for a director who was not afraid to take chances. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)