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Der Konflikt, in den sie geraten, erschließt sich einem nicht so recht.
Things evolve from there, and I'm not going say much more about the story, but hang on to your seat for the last hour or so of the movie, just fantastic.
No, it was not because I had the window seat and could not move and had to watch, because the sleeping guy at the aisle seat was blocking my way out.
Gorgeous film. The sensitivity of the acting, the realism of story and the bleak beauty of the Arctic challenged me to recalibrate to levels of subtlety and nuance. Read morePublished 11 months ago by gw
And so simple you wonder how Hollywood never came up with it. This is a way to build suspense without manipulating any characters and a way to have their emotional reactions... Read morePublished 16 months ago by mr. contrarian
In my praise for this film, I can not apologize for hyperbole or hedge my endorsement with modesties. It is one of the best films I have ever seen. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by Alastair N. Mcleod
...for getting her to watch this movie when she had no desire to do so at all. "It got great reviews," I said. "It was on a lot of Top Movies of 2010 lists," I said. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Mike Rusty Hugh Janus
<strong>Kak Yay Provel Etim Letom</strong> (Aleksey Popogrebskiy, 2010)
The great thing about the Russian drama/thriller <em>Kak Yay Provel Etim Letom</em>,... Read more
If there are 500 words spoken in this film, it is only just barely. Everything about this movie is sparse and barren. Read morePublished on June 23, 2011 by Paul E. Richardson
I watched this movie on Air Canada flight on a 8"by 4" mini-screen. No, it was not because I had the window seat and could not move and had to watch, because the sleeping guy at... Read morePublished on April 23, 2011 by asli