A young girl breaks up from her petit bourgeoisie home and her piano lessons to lead an entirely new life, as one of the personnel at an institution for juvenile delinquents in a remote part of Northern Iceland. It is the 1970s and the young people in charge of the place are heavily into flower power, sitar music and solving problems by frank talk sessions with the delinquents. However, the hippies, who themselves despise authority, soon find their own authority under attack by the rebellious youngsters, especially after the arrival of a mysterious young girl. Then a violent incident occurs that will have a decisively detrimental effect on relations at the institution.
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Leigh G (kr) wrote: Dreadful! However I did enjoy the line "Friends is the worst fucking show on TV!" Bonus star for that (y)
Mike D (mx) wrote: Plenty of great video and interviews with as many as 10 of Ali's prior opponents. Not surprisingly many of their comments are subtitled, as you would have no clue what they were saying otherwise. A good portion of the time was dedicated to the personal stories of said opponents. While some were quite interesting, they were ultimately unrelated to the main story of Ali's career. For those with a greater knowledge of the man than me, this may be retreading the tires.
Denny O (ag) wrote: Slow and quite boring. This film could have been 20 times better and it had all the potential to be. Sadly enough, I am in it for two scenes as well. Ugh. :(
Florence (ru) wrote: O Gosto do Ch desperta sobretudo a imaginao, no sentido literal: o de criar imagens. Tudo remete ao cinema, at mesmo a paisagem, artifcio usado com freqncia pelos diretores orientais de forma contemplativa ou como passagem de tempo, aparece no filme de Ishii como componente narrativo: a ponte que Ayano, o tio (interpretado por Tadanobu Asano, o ator mais popular do cinema japons) nunca atravessa por ser o limite entre ele e seu amor passado; os campos que Hagime, o filho, percorre correndo ou de bicicleta, como uma forma de liberar suas paixes. E por fim, o cu que anuncia a vida que segue.A referncia ao cinema ainda se faz presente como processo de criao e manuteno de memria, e tambm como meio prprio de deixar vazar os delrios. Yoshiko, a me, quer voltar a fazer dos seus desenhos de mang animaes para cinema. E o consegue mesclando suas vises hipnticas de exploso de cores com os traos que recriam os gestos do patriarca da famlia de seu marido. A cena recorrente de Yoshiko folheando o bloco com desenhos, para dar-lhes movimento, faz com que o sogro se encante pela imagem animada. E de repente, a morte chega casa e leva o mais velho de todos. O plano do ch, que reunia toda a famlia, agora, no tem mais o av. O quarto velado - aquele da janelinha que bate, no comeo do filme, a cada ameaa de olhar da menina - esconde o segredo: cada um tem um momento particular registrado em seqncias de desenho. Basta abrir cada livro e passar as folhas para que a memria, quadro a quadro, o reviva.
Freddie F (ca) wrote: Probably the greatest movie ever made.
Eeva H (de) wrote: So I kinda missed part of the movie because I fell asleep. That may tell more about me than the movie, though.
Hillary D (fr) wrote: Unforeseen tragedy warps the lives of a man & woman who cared deeply for one another. This scientifically brilliant man of several unstable faces attempts to mask the burns that the hoodlums left him with as he takes justice into his own hands.
jo o (au) wrote: I loved this movie when I was 14, I bought the soundtrack, a double lp and carried it on my bmx to all my friends houses, we used to play it over and over again, I wish you could still buy it, we used to dress like the aain characters too a fun time then!
Lanky Man P (nl) wrote: Inbred is a crazy fun freakshow!
Felix G (es) wrote: can't wait too see it :-D
Andrew P (au) wrote: Offbeat is the best way to describe this film. Quirky is another way. I hope Nick Cassavettes makes more films like this in the future, maybe with a little less meandering. Great performances by the cast, this was when Travolta was regaining his status as a bankable actor and he steals the show in very limited screen time. John Cassavettes sure did know how to write an unusual story. It takes a while to get going, but once it does it's thoroughly entertaining. Some great dialogue especially by Travolta.
TylerLynn C (de) wrote: I loved the books, so I was incredibly disappointed in this film adaption. Just awful.
Kim M (it) wrote: I agree with what Moore tries to say, but I often find his way of making his point heavy-handed and simplistic. This is why, I think, he ends up preaching to the choir. Nevertheless, whether you are in the choir or not, this documentary is worth watching, because, to quote a woman in the movie, "to think that America is the best won't work."