A tragic love affair between Victoria and Johannes. She's the daughter of a rich estate owner and he's the son of a poor miller. Despite the deep love between them, her father makes Victoria ditch Johannes for the richer Otto.

This is a story of IDA and KRISTER. It's about a relationship that goes to hell. They are both crazy in love but manage to strangle the supply of oxygen and adapt to each other in a way that will lead to catastrophic consequences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andres C (br) wrote: A movie that five years old would enjoy. I sing better than the musical numbers in the film

Laur U (it) wrote: Quiet, deliberate and but filled with bittersweet moments, this story was emotionally satisfying nevertheless.

Walter M (ca) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Regular Lovers" is a purposefully ambiguous movie about the youth culture of the late 60's in France with a special focus on the uprisings of May 1968. It is shot in black and white while the riot scenes take on a magic of their own, shot in near darkness with a flashback to the 1871 Paris commune thrown in(with a repeat visit near the end of the film). But there is little mention of any politics or what the students are fighting for.(In other words, there is more dilettantism than anarchism.) Or maybe they are fighting against turning into their parents while seeking a different way to lead their lives.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]At the heart of the turmoil is Francois(Louis Garrel), a poet, who dodges the draft(It is not physical cowardice that drives this but a wish not to kill.) and participates fully in the riots. As 1968 turns into 1969, he gets involved with Lilie(Clotilde Hesme), a sculptor, who works at a foundry to make ends meet. But mostly what they do is hang out with a group of friends, and get stoned a lot.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic][/font]

bill s (ag) wrote: One maybe two jokes work but feels like a cheap money making rip off of the first.

Miss B (fr) wrote: Not quite focused on the yakuza part it had some touching simplicity. However, the parts that did focus on the yakuza, had every single cliche in the book...Not Biito Takeshi's best either...

Adam E (ca) wrote: I saw this movie originally when i was around 6 and it has stayed in my mind ever since. I just watched it again for the first time since then, and it managed to live up to 19 years of memories. Comparable to horror comedy classics such as Evil Dead 1 and 2 and Dead Alive.

CHEETAH2LIVECOM T (jp) wrote: each an every movie thy ave made iz excellent comedy I dont normally watch thy arr gud fur a laugh

Burton (us) wrote: By far my least favorite Bava I've seen (I've yet to see a few of his later films), simply because it lacks all of the things that make Bava so interesting to me. The visuals are bland, with little to no interesting use of color. The writing is downright weak. The acting leaves something to be desired. If I could go back in time and say one thing to Mario while he was filming this it would be "Your budget is showing!"

Brian W (es) wrote: Conway and Knotts at their comedic best!

Russ B (it) wrote: 1/31/2016: A fun 80's movie. It is entertaining and Shue was beautiful.