Set in the present where a group of ruthless gangsters, an unknown woman and an escaped convict have met, unwittingly, in The Forest of Resurrection, the 444th portal to the other side. Their troubles start when those once killed and buried in the forest come back from the dead, with the assistance of the evil Sprit that has also come back, come back from ages past, to claim his prize. The final standoff between Light and Dark has never been so cunning, so brutal and so deadly. This is where old Japanese Samurai mysticism meets the new world of the gangster and the gun. Gruesome, bloody and positively bold.
There are 666 portals that connect this world to the other side. These are concealed from all human beings. Somewhere in Japan exists the 444th portal.... The forest of resurrection. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kris B (ru) wrote: You feel for Hester, you really do. If you have a fear for love then this won't help your condition at all. Amazing performances from both Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston, who once again manages to a play an arsehole that you just want to cuddle because he's just misunderstood. Then there's Simon Russell Beale who plays the homely husband who you wish was enough.
Ben G (gb) wrote: A must-see for Sigur Ros fans, but anyone could enjoy it. You get an idea of what these musicians were capable of doing live in their heyday (1999-2008, but I think their best performances were 2000-2004 admittedly), the atmosphere they create is electric & regularly boggles the mind & senses. The intense, beautiful, emotionally engaging music is interspersed with shots of Iceland's gorgeous scenery & clips of interviews showing how down-to-earth the band obviously is. This film gives the irresistible impression that the direction of Sigur Ros' music, the dedication to their art & simultaneous desire to reject a bullshit celebrity culture comes largely from the land they belong to. They are a breath of fresh air.
John W (ag) wrote: Some of us, at some point in our lives, have had the pleasure of smelling the rotting flesh of an animal carcass. For those who haven't, and are wondering what the experience is like, I suggest you watch this movie.
Danielle R (jp) wrote: i wanted 2 c this so bad but when i went it wasnmore at the theater any
Alexander C (de) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!
Grant W (ag) wrote: A great idiosyncratic Japanese crime comedy. Very odd and slightly strange, in a very, very Japanese way.
Tania H (it) wrote: Funy and seems to be a transitional film of Elvis' career into more of the "adult" comedy genre.
Noel V (es) wrote: Sembene's hour-long first feature is, when you really stop to think about it, a deadpan comedy. She's a fish out of water, a nanny asked to move to Paris who on the day of her arrival is asked to work as launderer, cook, and live-in maid. Basically the girl and her employers are talking past each other--she thought she'd be enjoying a glamorous Parisian vacation, they thought they would save her life and acquire an all-around drudge on the side. The results are hilarious, but with hidden poisoned fangs.
Zane B (mx) wrote: Honestly, for a videogame with barely any backstory, they did a good job of filling the plot in. Of course there are terrible costumes, but let's see you do better.