• The Man Without a Past

    The Man Without a Past


    A man who arrives by train in Helsinki is abused, robbed and seriously injured in hospital. He leaves there and wanders. Without identity, without memory and without past, the hero relies on the kindness of strangers. The whole of society cares for him and helps him to stand on his feet again. He will meet a young girl who will offer him support, love and finally her love. He will discover a new self and will gradually gain his self-esteem.…

  • Heidi



    The presence of the wonderful German actor Bruno Ganz, even in a small way, is an artistic addition to this cute childish movie

  • Ennio Morricone

    Ennio Morricone


    Best soundtrack composer ever

  • The Young Girls of Rochefort

    The Young Girls of Rochefort


    Jack Demi delivers a lively movie with loads of dancing, music, and costumes galore.
    It is a monument in French film history that gives a beautiful picture of culture in the swinging 60s.

  • Can You Ever Forgive Me?

    Can You Ever Forgive Me?


    Cheating is fun, but being honest lasts the longest.

  • The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line


    Mama America makes wars and at the same time wonders why the war!

  • The Little Death

    The Little Death


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The film follows four couples and one possible couple from the same neighborhood, each dealing with a different fetish. For example, Paul (Josh Lawson himself) tries to fulfill the complicated fantasy of his beloved Maeve (Bojana Novakovic), to rape her once. On the other side of the fence, Maeve's friend Rowena (Kate Box) finds out she suffers from dacrophilia: she only becomes sexually aroused when she sees her husband Richard (Patrick Brammall) sad and tries every possible way to make…

  • A Short Film About Killing

    A Short Film About Killing


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    In A Short Film About Killing, the audience encounters two murder stories. The first is the taxi driver killed by our main character, Jacek, and the other is Jacek, who is executed by the justice system. Whether Jacek is a murderer has to do with his feelings, passions or regrets.
    However, murdering the justice system is an action that is carried out as a deterrent or corrective and is done on behalf of other members of the society.
    Kieslowski also…

  • River Rites

    River Rites


    Did Christopher Nolan watch this?

  • International Father's Day

    International Father's Day


    Great sound effects .
    Latvia is the 100th country in my world cinema tour

  • Migration



    Migration of red balloons

  • Son of Everest

    Son of Everest


    tour around the world
    This time in Bhutan
    A beautiful meeting with the son of the first man to summit Mount Everest "Tenzing Norgay"