When Heaven Falls
Sara was placed in care aged 11. Now 28 she hears her mother has died. She goes to the funeral and realises her brother and father don't recognise her so keeps quiet about her identity. When watching her father's house, she finds out she has two younger sisters, and realises that what's going on connects to her childhood...
- Stars:Mille Lehfeldt, Marcus Aurelius Nicolas Christensen, Dick Kaysø, Clara Bruun Sandbye, Kathinka Meyer-Johansen, Kirsten Olesen, Kristian Halken, Martin Spang Olsen, Mads Rømer, Sarah Boberg, Martin Hylander Brucker, Olivia Holden, Oliver Honoré, Gustav Neesgård Nielsen, Michael Grønnemose,
- Director:Manyar I. Parwani,
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When Heaven Falls torrent reviews
(es) wrote: "One must not put a loaded rifle on the stage if no one is thinking of firing it," says one variant of Chekhov's maxim. Director Popogrebsky seems to have made this foundational in his approach to filmmaking. Much is made in the first act of rifles, radiation, and radios, and these elements all become more central and more sinister as the film progresses. And what a film it is! It was shot on location in a Soviet-era meteorological station on an island in the Arctic Ocean, and the narrow color palate of the natural environment is starkly contrasted with the bright blue building used by the two men around whom the movie revolves. There is older, experienced Sergei and twenty-something Pasha, a recent college graduate on this job for the first time. Their relationship is uneasy and ultimately mysterious. Sergei is something of a domineering, nitpicking bully, while Pasha is somewhat careless, and too cool for it all. We don't know much about these men but we know that Sergei has a wife and very young son he loves and craves returning to when the weather forces him back to the world. While he's out fishing for Arctic trout for a day or two, Pasha is cornered into taking a terrible "radiogram" message for him: his wife and son are dead. But Pasha fails to deliver the message, in a combination of genuine fear and rank cowardice. Thus he sets in motion the conflict that dominates the remainder of the film. It's a long film at two hours and nine minutes, and it takes its time telling its story. The emotional territory it covers had me so squirming at the halfway point that I nearly turned it off. The ending is odd and surprising and I won't say more.
(kr) wrote: Demian Bichir is INCREDIBLE as Carlos Galindo, So convincing and captivating I might add, You really forget that he is a fictional character until the credits are rolling and you are overwhelmed by goosebumps.
(de) wrote: gets a star as the last movie of my fave character actor frank mchugh who starred in 150 films during his career James Cagney said of him "he could take these paper thin parts from WB and make it go".
(ag) wrote: Clive Barker's imagination is like a bad acid trip; these denizens of the dark are creepy, disgusting and bent on taking out their frustrations on deserving humans. Wasn't impressed with the acting but the story kept my interest. The effects are pretty good for a straight to video product. I saw the original and didn't keep up with the series. This is the fifth; not great but not horrid.
(jp) wrote: A bit low key for a war mission movie, but an interesting setting which certainly helps the plot.
(nl) wrote: La seconda parte merita, non succede nulla nella prima. Cit. Losi