See You in the Obituary is a 1995 35-minute documentary directed by Janko Baljak based on the book The Crime That Changed Serbia. Made in the form of an extended news report the movie ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Poul F (ru) wrote: Very bad but theres some laughs to be had, Brendan Fletcher seems to be having fun and hes fun to watch.
Peter J (de) wrote: Powerful crime-and-punishment drama which is based on true events: an infamous miscarriage of justice in the case of model Jessica Lall. In 1999, she was murdered by the son of an influential politician who eventually got acquitted of all charges - although there were 300 witnesses present. Bollywood's Rani Rani Mukerji does a wonderful job as a tough-talking TV star reporter turned activist. Director Raj Kumar Gupta contributed smart and - at times - funny dialogues.
Fahry A (nl) wrote: Marko Zagor is a raw talent. Give him the right choreographer, then he'd be the next action star
Mischa P (fr) wrote: A bigger budget with better actors (mainly for the police) would of made this into a classic....then again, Kidulthood didn't have a big budget but was way better
David D (nl) wrote: Brilliant concept, more or less pulled off. Not entirely the most gripping storytelling, but the plot feels quite organic and true to the people involved. Definitely worth taking a look.
Alexander C (kr) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.
WS W (au) wrote: I didn't like it then, but I find it was rather ok now (partly because HK Cinema, as well as Stephen Chow's movies, suck today). A great discovery off Law Kar-Ying as a big comic supporting cast in 1990s.
Catriona T (de) wrote: Very interesting movie about interracial romance between an African American man and an Indian woman. Great acting as usual from a young Denzel Washington and an excellent supporting cast. Very highly recommended!
Noah Abraham G (es) wrote: "Regarding Henry" is slow in parts (and the twists at the end aren't very necessary), but it's funny and sweet. A well-acted bit of good melodrama.
Michael D (ag) wrote: The best film I've ever Cher!
Ken S (fr) wrote: Woody Allen's mockumentary about a man who wanted to be liked so much he can change his appearance and personality to mimic those around him. The film does the documentary style with deadpan humor, even with a goofy premise it comes off like a real documentary. Essentially Allen messed with an optical printer to put himself and Farrow into old movie clips, several years before Zemeckis used similar ideas in "Forrest Gump" using computers. The filmis hilarious, but not only had heart, but it has a serious underside as well. Quite recommended.
Konrad A (fr) wrote: Can't stand this movie for it having to be a military movie that's old-fashioned I don't like it, Plus it doesn't look interesting. I could do something better then watch this
Luciano G (kr) wrote: I had mixed feelings toward this film.... I enjoyed the first half, but the shift the film makes midway through almost derails the entire thing..... beautifully shot no less, and the performances are truly great from relatively unknown actors..... it's at times gruesome, mostly utterly mind boggling, but it's worth a watch,...