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Three Indonesian girls, high school friends, go on a journey where money, sex, violence and alcohol seems to be superior to their own wishes and dreams.

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Joshua F (kr) wrote: Painfully boring and atrociously acted.

jennifer v (ca) wrote: I made an account just to rate this 5 stars. This movie was funny,thrilling, and emotional all at the same time i loved it. one of the best god damn movies ive ever seen.

Bob R (ru) wrote: The first two stories are painfully bad, Tom Savini's effort only a slight improvement, I gave up caring by then and switched off.

TJ H (fr) wrote: This movie is depressing. But, that doesn't mean it's wasn't good. The story is really interesting and Mandy Moore does a GREAT job.

Brandon B (nl) wrote: A somewhat depressing look at the plight of the aspiring screenwriter.

Meghan P (it) wrote: Good always wins against evil, but evil tries anyway

Jude L (de) wrote: i was in! this piece of crap

Michael K (br) wrote: Wonderful movie for anyone!!!

Phillie E (de) wrote: It's a hillbilly Rocky.

Luciene C (jp) wrote: Katharine Hepburn como Mary, Queen of Scots, que se recusa a curvar-se ao poder de Elizabeth. A maior parte da ao do filme (C) mesmo sobre o background da pea de Schiller, mas, no final, ainda que no se detenha nos mesmos detalhes da pea, ele mostra toda a determinao sublime de Mary.

Armando P (fr) wrote: One hell of a comedy but lacks something

Art S (jp) wrote: Richard Harris overstayed his welcome in my house - this would have been 4 stars if it lost 30 minutes or so, I reckon. But perhaps director Lindsay Anderson meant for Harris's performance to feel like an intrusion? After all, his modus operandi in the film is to push for what he wants, getting in everyone's face, whether he's wanted or not (and he manages to make himself unwanted). Of course, there's probably no blaming Frank Machin (the character's name) for wanting to use rugby to pull himself up out of the bleak British squalor (typical of producer Karel Reisz's own films) that he starts out in. But he's too blunt and overwrought to make a go of it, souring his chances and probably his life. Anderson would move on to other angry young men (notably in ...if).