Traffic Department

Traffic Department

Seven policemen, seven deadly sins, a murder case, secrets and the filth of everyday police work: Traffic Department transports the viewer into the darkest Warsaw streets.

Comic and tragic scenes from the lives of police officers in the Warsaw Traffic Department. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Traffic Department torrent reviews

Gaby G (ca) wrote: Better than expected.

Antony G (gb) wrote: I give it a year. Yep, that's how long I'll be traumatised & take to get over this dirty dish water of a movie. There's absolutely nothing new this brings to the genre & like the two protagonists I stuck around far too long & should had admitted defeat long before the credits rolled.

Barry T (de) wrote: Wonderfull all around. Best Brosnan performance for a while and Tryholm is superb as his love interest. Steen is the comic element and reminded me of Alson Janney. The scenery is wonderful and this is a lovely romantic film

Scott C (kr) wrote: Tom Wilkinson is such a weakling in this and Emily Watson is such a cold bitch. That tarnishes an otherwise solid story.

Jenna B (gb) wrote: alright ... i mean idk it's like a middle of the fence movie 4 me it's idk, idc kinda movie.

Amita A (us) wrote: I watched this outstanding Disney made-for-tv movie many, many times, and I LOVE IT!! I have watched it so many times I have lost count!! I am also going to buy the soundtrack for it too, because the music is so moving and poignant.Miracle at Midnight is the touching made-for-TV movie based on true events during World War II. It is set in Denmark during September 1943,(the information in the synopsis is either a typo or other error) and stars Sam Waterston and Mia Farrow as Dr. Karl (Waterston) and Doris(Farrow) Koster, a Christian couple living in Copenhagen with their two children, 18 year old Hendrik (Justin Whalin) and preteen Elsa (Nicola Mycroft) during the Nazi occupation of Denmark.When Dr. Koster learns that after three years of occupation, the Nazis are going to start deporting the Jewish people in Denmark, he and his family realize that they can no longer sit by and watch their friends, neighbors and countrymen, be taken, and dragged away to Nazi concentration camps and death camps. They decide to do whatever they can to help those in danger.While Dr. Koster uses his position of Chief Surgeon to protect a young Resistance fighter who was shot by the Nazis, his 18 year old son Hendrik risks his life working for the same Resistance group, commandeering and seizing shipments of weapons that were sent to the Nazis.But it all comes to a head on Wednesday, September 29, 1943, when Dr. Koster gets word that the Nazis have planned a mass arrest and deportation of all Jewish people, at Midnight on that Friday, which is the start of the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah.Dr. Koster, his family, and his entire hospital staff, band together with the Resistance, and the Danish people,realizing that they are going to have to work really fast if they want to save the thousands and thousands of innocent Jewish people in Denmark from being dragged off to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp by the Nazis.They set up plans to find hiding places for the Jewish people, and get them safely through the initial raids, while they try to convince the Swedish government, to accept them, and find ways to transport them up the Danish coast to Sweden. As a majority of the Danes hate the Nazis, they are all willing to help, opening their homes, providing money and transportation.While Hendrik works with the Resistance, securing trucks and other means to take Jewish people up the coast of Denmark to Sweden, his father, Dr. Karl Koster uses his position as Chief Surgeon at Christiana Hospital to hide Jews in the hospital, and his mother, Doris, and sister, Elsa, help out by letting their Jewish friends, Rabbi Ben Abrams, his wife, his daughter Hannah, and her fiance Michael hide in their attic.Eventually the Nazis catch up to them, and the Kosters themselves are forced to flee for their lives. Yet, they are, in a matter of a couple of days, able to help save over 7,000 Danish Jews, in a miraculous rescue!Miracle at Midnight is a TERRIFIC movie! It is just WONDERFUL having it on DVD! Now I can enjoy it for years to come!!

Kamrul A (es) wrote: This Norwegian movie searched for the reasons behind friendship and love. Thru comedy they did it perfectly.

Mark T (ag) wrote: Great cast, superb acting, brilliant script, the best film on Football hooliganism (along with The Firm {1988}, which Phil Davis co- starred in).Reece Dinsdale (why is he wasting his talent on Corrie?) is one of four policemen who go undercover and infiltrate a gang of football hooligans hoping to route out their leaders. For him, the line between 'job' and 'yob' becomes more unclear as time passes ....

Jason D (es) wrote: After the epic battle between Godzilla and King Kong, good ole Toho Film Company decided to make one more with the big, hairy beast, and this one is absolutely hilarious!!! It's basically Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, but replace the Godzillas with King Kong and there, you have a completely different movie. Kong fights some other monsters too, making this one very funny and magical Toho film.

Robbie H (nl) wrote: decent noir. great performance by Payne

Alexander C (ca) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Colin L (ca) wrote: An attempt to bring about another Fantasia-type of film, Make Mine Music is a hodgepodge of shorts that some still stand very well (Casey at the Bat, Peter and the Wolf & The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met) there are those that show how dated it's become for song choices (All the Cats Join In). This would be more appropriate for a television movie, than a full motion picture. Still...the animation is solid, the music (when appropriate) fits mood and the short stories are fun to follow.

Victor M (ca) wrote: A well assembled story about the emptiness of the manners of the high British society between wars with a great cast. At the beginning you can feel a little confused with so many characters but in the end you know all of them.