The Saimaa Gesture
A documentary film about a tour of three Finnish rock bands around Saimaa lake system in a steam boat in 1981. The bands (Juice Leskinen Slam, Eppu Normaali and Hassisen Kone) are shown playing songs in their gigs and, in between, the members give intimate interviews or just act plain silly and have a good time.
- Stars:Ismo Alanko, Reijo Heiskanen, Jussi Kinnunen, Harri Kinnunen, Safka Pekkonen, Juice Leskinen, Jari Yliaho, Ila Loueranta, Vesa Sytelä, Martti Syrjä, Pantse Syrjä, Juha Torvinen, Mikko Nevalainen, Aku Syrjä, Pauli Heikkilä,
- Director:Aki Kaurismäki, Mika Kaurismäki,
A documentary of three Finnish bands on tour around lake Saimaa. Bands on boat are Hassisen Kone, Eppu Normaali and Juice Leskinen Slam. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Saimaa Gesture torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This had a couple moments of both insight and comedy, but overall, it was not very good. Found it hard to like any of the characters in this movie. Watched it for Kaley Cuoco, but this movie did not help her career any.
(ca) wrote: Mind numbingly ignorant, bland, and historically null. Not even a solid performance by Alan Rickman can save this film. Avoid.
(jp) wrote: After losing his dad to a landmine and part of his brain to a bullet, a Frenchman recruits a team of oddballs to help him run a savage burn on the arms manufacturers responsible.
(es) wrote: Frightening, and it's passed off as a "documentary". But the Christians have embraced it and, after all these years, are still wet from watching it...
(fr) wrote: Extremely profound,not only a coming-of-age,coming-out movie,but mostly a movie abot family bonds and relationships.I really liked it,although at times it felt too long for its own good.Many themes and many ideas are taken into consideration,and the plot really managed to shed some light on all of them.A very well made Quebecois movie.
(us) wrote: I used to think this was the scariest film I've ever watched until I watched Caroline. Ahh the good ol' days when i was a kid
(nl) wrote: Predictable, oversaturated and over the top, One Missed Call is a poor imitation of a few horror classics.
(br) wrote: Wow, what a boring TV drama!
(ag) wrote: Great movie on wrongful police action and teenage standing up for a good cause the only way they know how.
(fr) wrote: Couldn't make sense of it and didn't capture my attention so gave up as my brain just isn't able to take these films any more due to my difficulty concentrating since the accident.
(jp) wrote: Cornball comedy your bag? Plenty of it here as Von Zipper and his gang of fools kidnap a girl singer that Eric falls for.Meanwhile, Bonehead is falling for a mermaid, while Frankie and Annette are staying jealous of each other, as usual. Lots of singing and shaking out of the 30 year old "teens" keeps the action going, while Paul Lynde makes faces and gags it up. A dumber film would be hard to find, but I still found myself laughing at this really, really stupid picture. Eric Von Zipper made it well worth seeing, as did Lynde, one of my all time favorite comics.
(au) wrote: A pretty decent telling of Elizabeth Bathory. Who knows how accurate it is, my guess is that it's not, but who cares? It's just entertainment folks.
(gb) wrote: I've always wondered who this film was made for. I guess as a kid I didn't get the whole cringey sexual humor thing, or the drunken reindeer thing. Now that I'm an adult however, I'm wondering why cringey sexual humor and drunken reindeer are funny.
(mx) wrote: The movie has no real narrative . Instead it's a playlist of music videos and behind the scenes clips
(de) wrote: Amazing and i cant belive i hadnt seen it before! Olman and Molina were excellant as was the always fantastic Redgrave. Sad but wonderful
(ca) wrote: Cheesy but has good moments.