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what the hell did i just watch
1 week ago
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a war story written like a poetry. it was just beautiful. rest in peace Zaza Urushadze.
1 month ago
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I'm surprised that this hasn't been added/checked here so far. If you are into detective work, mysterious quests and classic paintings, you must watch this. Fascinating documentary show.
7 months ago
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The story is a sequel to Bergman's Scenes from a Marriage (1973).
9 months ago
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The third film in Pedro Costa’s transformative trilogy about Fontainhas.
9 months 1 week ago
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The second film in Pedro Costa’s transformative trilogy about Fontainhas.
9 months 1 week ago
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The first film in Pedro Costa’s transformative trilogy about Fontainhas.
9 months 1 week ago
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there is no plot, no story and nearly 5 hours long.
10 months 1 week ago
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This is the second film in the informal Koker Trilogy.
10 months 3 weeks ago
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Poetry-like movie with unforgettable images. Simply wonderful.
11 months 1 week ago
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The performances of each roles in this movie are outstanding...
11 months 2 weeks ago
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The idea for the film was proposed to the monks in 1984, but the Carthusians said they wanted time to think about it. They responded to Gröning 16 years later to say they were willing to permit him to shoot the movie if he was still interested. Gröning then came alone to live at the monastery, where no visitors were ordinarily allowed, for a total of six months in 2002 and 2003. He filmed and recorded on his own, using no artificial light. Gröning then spent two and a half years editing the film. spoiler

Steven D. Greydanus. Into Great Silence. Written for Catholic World Report. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
11 months 2 weeks ago
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That last scene was pure perfection... very powerful.
11 months 2 weeks ago
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very good cinematography
11 months 3 weeks ago
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Fatih Akin’s first feature film. A great story about multicultural people, close friendships, love and crime.
12 months ago
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fantastic song and marvelous cameo appearance of Almodóvar himself...

https://youtu.be/2Pe5J2PutW0?t=7
1 year 9 months ago
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Five-hour mini-series exist which available as an extra on both the BFI and Kino Lorber Blu-ray releases:
“Bila jednom jedna zemlja”
1 year 11 months ago
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image
2 years 6 months ago
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Nobody knows for sure what Bob said to Charlotte in the end...
2 years 6 months ago
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I wondered if they inspired by the legendary adventure video game Grim Fandango.
2 years 10 months ago
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Powerful acting especially the old lady. Overall beautiful movie in every way. I, myself would also consider this as a documentary.

31 May 1999, Davor (Perhan) committed suicide by hanging in Novo Mesto. He was 30 years old. RIP
2 years 11 months ago
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Got a light?
3 years ago
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