Visioneer George Washington Winsterhammerman lives a comfortable but monotonous life in this slightly futuristic black comedy. When people start exploding from stress and George is showing early symptoms, he's forced to examine his life. Taking a look at his nice job, his sexless marriage and his resistance to life coaching, George reconsiders the philosophy of happiness through mindless activity.

George Washington Winsterhammerman works in the mind-numbing Jeffers corporation tries to have a normal life. One day, his life becomes chaos when his brother comes out of prison and moves to live with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Visioneers torrent reviews

Zach M (ru) wrote: This was an interesting documentary on the making of Night Of The Living Dead.A lot of really good conversations with George A. Romero and many more people who were inspired or critics.It's unfortunate that the copyrights got screwed up and that the movie is now public domain.

Christian S (es) wrote: une petit film sur les amours de tous ges. :)Une bonne campagne de pub. pour la cigarette trs prsente.

Paul F (au) wrote: It's not the best documentary I've seen but it is fascinating. It's a shame the walk across the twin towers wasn't filmed it just shows pictures. No words can describe what he accomplished as it is something out the ordinary and no words could do it justice. I'm looking forward to watching The Walk now.

Travis J (gb) wrote: did,nt see that ending coming i would have went crazy

Camille S (br) wrote: Great foreign flick.- subtitled, but worth it.Check it out.

Ro D (fr) wrote: so lovely story about a reallity that so much people don't see

Lee M (nl) wrote: Occasionally, a meddlesome shark pops in to pump up the action, but that doesn't occur often enough, and the meandering pace set by director Guy Ferland is a drawback.

u (gb) wrote: I am a huge fan of Pedro Almodovar. Not a single of his films has failed me and this is no exception. It has a great story and great many actors and actresses. I loved how the story was shaped and portrayed. Great choice of actors.

Nate T (ag) wrote: Great in the theatrical cut - even better in the extended director's cut!

Ken R (fr) wrote: Debra Eisenstadt ruins a very well written and provocative play about a student-teacher relationship and how miss-communication and removing context can spiral out of control. The limits and dangers of both teacher's rights and powers and on the limits and dangers of political correctness form the central debate of this play, but unfortunately the film version is flawed. Eisenstadt's poor performance undermines our investment in her character so that by the shocking ending, instead of being provoked into reflection and stunned into silence, we are provoked into cheers and stunned that it didn't happen sooner. William H. Macy is still amazing though, and manages to carry the movie fairly effectively, but what happened to Rebecca Pidgeon? Read the play, skip the movie.

Jesse F (jp) wrote: It's a bad unnecessary sequel but Furlong is an enjoyable watch.

JW V (de) wrote: A technical masterpiece indeed, but an uninspired story filled with types.

Gwenyth L (us) wrote: It was entertaining...and had some good plot elements...but went wat over the top and just made it stupid. Good for a laugh or two though.

John S (fr) wrote: awesome short doc - genuine emotion and insight.