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The acting was great, and so was the music.
It may be a bit confusing at times but it has the kind of storyline that draws the viewer in and makes one want to watch again to understand the ending better.
The film does have the potential for a compelling storyline but for some reason, the direction fails to make a connection with its execution.
Damn thing won't play on any hardware I have in any room of the house or a car or a station wagon or a suburban, anything. It is a useless waste of time and money.Published 6 months ago by James H Gundlach
The enthusiasm and love for Mingus' music shines through this performance along with the excellence of the musicianship itself. Read morePublished 14 months ago by buskin4jesus
This concert was a labor of love by all concerned, for some, love for Charles Mingus, for others, for the music, and it shows. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dental Floss Tycoon
Very good!!! Album came sealed! Everything is perfect! I am your buyer! Was a good choice! Happy Easter! yours RaduPublished 20 months ago by Radu Ioan Lupascu
Epitaph tells three stories set in a Korean hospital in the 1940s. A medical student that falls in love with a corpse; a young girl is the only survivor of a tragic car crash and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jonathan
This is my favorite movie of all time, but the subtitles on the main menu do not work. The only way to get subtitles on this DVD is via my TV's remote control.Published on September 12, 2010 by serichou
I am a huge fan of Asian Horror films with some of my favorites from South Korea being: "A Tale Of Two Sisters", "Phone", "Arang", "The Red Shoes", "Red Eye", "Apartment",... Read morePublished on February 17, 2010 by Asian Mack
While some of the composition seemed uneven at times, seeing all those great musicians with one of Jazz's greatest composer is worth the price.Published on January 7, 2010 by G. Gorton