The Unknown Soldier

The Unknown Soldier

Second silver screen adaption of the Finnish war book by Väinö Linna. The story is based on Linna's experiences as an infantry man in the Finnish army during the so called "Continuation War" (1941-1944).

This film is the second silver screen adaption of the Finnish war book by Väinö Linna with the same name as the film. The story is based on Linna's experiences as an infantry man in the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Unknown Soldier torrent reviews

Alberto G (jp) wrote: Realmente no paro de sorprenderme ante la versatilidad que posee quien es, a mi parecer, probablemente el mejor actor latinoamericano de nuestros tiempos. Ricardo Darin personifica en esta entrega a un abogado "carroero" que se ve atrapado dentro de un sistema corrupto en el mundo del fraude de los seguros de accientes y vida. Un drama con leves toques de "thriller" que captura excelentemente, el sufrimiento humano desde multiples perspectivas.

Dana C (ca) wrote: Cheesy - Horribly Cheesy.

Bill H (nl) wrote: a very well made Christian movie with alot of things that should make people think. probably drew some non christians in with the title, Good Job Rich.

Liana R (kr) wrote: Word of advise: If you value your time, dont watch this movie.

JoEy M (es) wrote: The two sisters! In an animation, this is different. But, I don't really like them much so...

Jenn S (mx) wrote: Never get tired of it. I love the soundtrack and the movie is awesome!!

Christiane E (kr) wrote: a quiet film with brilliant actors.

Ed M (kr) wrote: Much better than the critics said, quite enjoyable actually!

Jonathan S (de) wrote: A premise with true originality, carried through with multiple twists that you don't necessarily anticipate. A must-see.

Alexey F (nl) wrote: I am sure that pissing on JJ Lee wouldn't move me as much now as it did ten years ago. So, I have to reassess my views on this shit.

Mark D (it) wrote: Nostalgic British Christmas classic. Possibly Lenny Henry's best movie.

tuff ghost (au) wrote: I know that this is blasphemy, but I liked this film more than many of the Akira Kurosawa samurai genre films I seen. The story, the action, and the lead to the ending are what really seal the deal for me.

Paul D (au) wrote: Lackluster comedy in an inferior Laurel & Hardy way. It's also a sad outing for Charles Laughton in what is a woeful role for him, but I'm sure he had fun making this slapstick.

Patryk C (jp) wrote: On the eve of World War II, Ministry of Fear appeared as a great crime picture concentrating on a very hot topic at the time, namely the devious Nazi schemes and plots build up all around Europe. Its decent and somehow dizzying storyline places this movie in the great film noir category right on spot. Its gloomy aura and very climatic atmosphere can be felt throughout the whole time. The main quality of this picture comes from the side of its fantastic cinematography. Every scene is shot perfectly, with the classic low-key white-and-black visual style. Some of the images are simply astounding: a gripping scene on the train with a seemingly blind man, explosive suitcase, bombing near the railroad tracks, etc. But the most stunning one for me was that of a group mind-reading session. Through its play on colors, light and visual sensations it brings a sort of nightmare-ish mood to the movie. Apart from being an agitating thriller Ministry of Fear is also a proper take on the situation in Europe during the War. Nazi scams were omnipresent and every person could have been involved, no matter what nationality he or she was. That's definitely the point that makes it feel more realistic and dramatic at once. Also, one of Ray Milland most believable performances.