This Must Be the Place

This Must Be the Place

A bored, retired rock star sets out to find his father's executioner, an ex-Nazi war criminal who is a refugee in the U.S.

Cheyenne, a retired rock star living off his royalties in Dublin, returns to New York City to find the man responsible for a humiliation suffered by his recently deceased father during W.W.II. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

This Must Be the Place torrent reviews

Carla P (us) wrote: I'm not the biggest trekker, liked George Takei before but now I'm a fan. Great intimate documentary about the man, the legend and especially his beautiful 25 plus years relationship with Brad.

Jim T (au) wrote: I read somewhere that the problem with a Hulk movie is that it'll spend the majority of it's time trying to not show you what you came to see. Very much agree.

Wendy S (it) wrote: As my friend Shaun put it... How did everyone know he was gay if in fact he couldn't remember where or who he was/is? Did knowing that help discover his identity? One of those movies turned off not too soon.

Leey R (de) wrote: The viewer will either like the simple, strange direction or dislike the psychedelic and sketchy plot. For me, it's both. I mostly had the look of confusion because I felt that it was trying to be too complex and deep. I loved the score, though.

Dean M (gb) wrote: Quite perfect film about life in Vienna, Austria. This film isn't for the faint of heart. It's like Happiness with explicit sex and a less optimistic view of humanity. There's animal poisoning, a strip-tease from a senior citizen, an orgy 'esque' bathouse in a shopping centre, anal candle penetration, and the molestation of the mentally incompetent. Filmmaker Ulrich Seidl has no interest in redeeming humanity here. And why should he? This film features excellent performances from all involved, is always interesting, and is probably the most intelligent social statement to be made on film in awhile.

John A (au) wrote: Bleak and dreary, yet somehow, likely through the use of children, Ramsey elicits compassion for and finds beauty in the people that populate this darkened world. The opening sequence is an effective bit of misdirection that makes it much easier to feel for James. And the woman who plays his mother is especially good evoking strength, stability, and softness in an understated performance.

Robert I (nl) wrote: Well, they tried. Kurt Russell and Martin Short together? This film should've been MUCH better.

Jason A (nl) wrote: Richard Donner made Mel Gibson an American movie star with this movie. 25 years later, Glover and Gibson are still the gold standard for buddy-cop films.

Dan B (de) wrote: Even its moments of inspired lunacy (shooting a handgun at a missile out of the cockpit window at 30,000 feet?) couldn't save it. A total nightmare.

Ryan S (fr) wrote: Great occult film a classic

Eve C (nl) wrote: Voici le d (C)but du g (C)nocide de mon peuple...