The Zone describes a neighborhood where motor bikes, rock and roll, and swastikas go hand in hand. In order to get close to these ”Rockers”, Esaias had to tell them that he was a Swede of Walloon origin. To introduce himself as a Jew in this environment would not have been cool. The photos do not show lost or mislead youths, but take us very close to a integrated subculture, with entire families and small children.
- Director:Esaias Baitel,
- Writer:Esaias Baitel
The Zone describes a neighborhood where motor bikes, rock and roll, and swastikas go hand in hand. In order to get close to these ”Rockers”, Esaias had to tell them that he was a Swede of Walloon origin. To introduce himself as a Jew in this environment would not have been cool. The photos do not show lost or mislead youths, but take us very close to a integrated subculture, with entire families and small children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Zone torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Great, great movie with an honest, seldom seen portrayal of our ordinary lives.
(ca) wrote: I enjoyed this Mary is a great actress and it really shows...Aaron has certain roles he shines in this being one of them.
(es) wrote: Wow...I am the 9th person to rate this movie on Flixster? Honestly, it was really embrassassing! A weak script combines with bad acting and a foreseeable ending, it was a waste of time. And what's up with Kelly Carlson in this movie, did she have only one dress for the entire film?
(au) wrote: I am known for my lack of a sense of humor. I found this BRITISH version absolutely hilarious. The 2010 American version sucks canal water.
(ag) wrote: Good use of ninety minutes. Not overlong. Also not a complex plot. Some good amusing characters
(us) wrote: Too depressing for me. I couldn't like it though it's good.
(au) wrote: First and foremost, Bob Roberts is much more drama than it is a comedy. While there are many humorous moments, the tone of the film is quite serious. It's not the situation where the movie is silly and everyone plays it straight, it's more like everything is played straight. The film is, for the most part, very melodramatic and extremely dark. It's quite good when it makes political statements over the nature of politics and the dark side behind politicians, but it goes far more for dark, dramatic satire than, say, Robert Altman's Nashville does. I will say that this is a very good film, it is just marketed the wrong way. Tim Robbins does an excellent job crafting this story and the cinematography is spot on. It's a little overloaded though, as it tries to shove in a lot for it's running time, but it manages to handle most of it rather well.
(it) wrote: The plot description as it is currently written is correct to say the plot is contorted. Kim Novak is totally seductive with her low smoky voice and cleavage exposing wardrobe. Her character Polly is supposed to have a cold so her voice is even more nasally and syrupy. Ray Walston's wife as played by Farr is also just as attrative. Walston plays Orville Spooner as an extremely jealous and paranoid piano teacher who has a Betthoven sweater, a Mozart sweater, and a Brahms sweater. He's another square character in a Billy Wilder movie of the swingin' sixties. Osmond works a gas station across the street from Walston's character and plays an amateur lyricist partner to Walston's composer. Dean Martin plays Dino, or himself, if not slightly more drunk and more of a womanizer than he may have been in real life. Dino passes through the little desert town of Climax and is stranded. The song writing duo want to take advantage of the opportunity to sell a song or two and set up a scheme to try and make Dino feel comfortable. Spooner gets his wife out of the house and hires Polly from a local Hooters type bar to pretend to be his wife so he doesn't feel guilty about offering her to Dino to sweeten the deal on buying a song. They have their fantasy marriage for a night and Spooner is such a gentleman he realizes he can't even let Dino have an affair with his fake wife. Spooner treats her honorably eventually, so she won't take payment and they feel like they really were husband and wife for this one night. Meanwhile Spooner's wife ends up drunk at the bar and is taken to sleep in Polly's trailer. Dino thinks all along that Polly was Spooner's wife and shows up at the bar later. He finds out from the bartender that Polly is what he's looking for and heads to the trailer where he thinks Spooner's real wife is Polly. Now there was an alternate scene on the DVD I saw, so maybe something happened in the trailer or maybe it didn't. Well, the writing and performances aren't of the best quality, but it seems everyone involved is having fun.
(jp) wrote: In 1973, in his post-Godfather movie, Al Pacino carries a badge as police detective Frank Serpico, of the New York Police Department. The story centres around the life of Serpico from his time in the police department, in the B.C.I to his much larger and active involvement in the Seventh Division. It also focuses heavily on how affected he is by police corruption and the strain it puts on him and his relationship with his girlfriend. Pacino delivers a splendid performance as always, and his portrayal of Serpico arouses a lot of questions as he is a unique and strange character, rarely seen in anything else. Despite an undoubtedly good performance from Pacino, 'Serpico' goes down the road of clichs when there's hardly any interesting characters to approve of, due to an excessive lacking of character development. Most of the characters are just there to act hostile towards Serpico himself, whom is a very strange cop, who acts against police corruption and the assaulting of criminals within the department. I guess that's a decent way to put it (who would disagree?), but it becomes clichd and boring, and the only real attention is the fine peformance of Pacino - and even the story becomes a bit confusing to follow, due to all of this, but it's a fact-based movie about 'A man's story within the New York Police Department.' It's not the worst, but near enough one of the best.
(it) wrote: Very good screenplay and performances done by its young cast.Very unique depiction of a school shooting.The movie unfortunately borrows alot of elements regarding Columbine and if it was Gus Van Sants intentions depicts the two killers very poorly.still worth a see regardless of its bad depiction of Columbine.