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Ver In Search of Fellini

In Search of Fellini is a movie starring Ksenia Solo, Maria Bello, and Jay Kunzi. A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a...

Romance, Drama, Adventure
Taron Lexton
Ksenia Solo, Maria Bello, Jay Kunzi, Enrico Oetiker

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Genres Romance, Drama, Adventure
Director Taron Lexton
Writer Peter Kjenaas, Nancy Cartwright
Stars Ksenia Solo, Maria Bello, Jay Kunzi, Enrico Oetiker
Country USA
Also Known As W poszukiwaniu Felliniego, În cautarea lui Fellini, Fellini nyomában, Die wunderbare Reise der Lucy - Auf der Suche nach Fellini, Em Busca de Fellini, フェリーニに恋して
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality, discovers the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, and sets off on a strange, beautiful journey across Italy to find him.

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Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 20:38

The film centers on a woman, "Miss Ann", who is caught up in a one night stand with a wealthy man, "Mr. Lala", played by Woody Harrelson. "Mr. Lala" is not the classic rich guy in the one night stands movies but an educated rich man who has learned a lot of things from his "master" over the years, namely, "how to get what you want in life". The film explores these things and many more with a subtle but potent plot that explores how certain people use money, sex and romance to get what they want. The film is a dark comedy that, I believe, is still very relevant today. While this is certainly not a "so bad it's good" film, it is still very good and can be seen as an allegory to the modern world. "Fellini" is not about art but art as we would see it today. The film is most likely aimed at a younger audience, but as always, "Fellini" has one of the best songs in the film, "In the Mood" by Antony Gormley, who is the perfect accompanist for the film. This song is extremely catchy and is great accompaniment for the film. The film also stars: James Belushi, Adrian Grenier, Samuel L. Jackson and Owen Wilson. I would also like to say that this film is a great homage to film noir films and Alfred Hitchcock's movies. While I will not say that this is a "Hitchcockian" film, it is certainly very similar to "The Birds", a film that many would consider a masterpiece. The plot is very powerful and highly relevant to today's society. The story of a woman caught up in an affair, as the film is titled, is very intriguing and the film has an excellent storyline. The film is also very witty and insightful. The cast is also excellent, especially Woody Harrelson and Samuel L. Jackson who deliver their lines in a very amusing and smart way. Some of the film's best lines are: "Miss Ann" (Woody Harrelson), "Mr. Lala" (Adrian Grenier) and "Miss Ann" (Owen Wilson). All of the actors in the film deliver great performances. While not a classic, the film is an excellent tribute to film noir films. The plot, the writing and the performances make this film very enjoyable. It is a beautiful film and it is worth seeing.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 03:30

Heaven's Gate is one of the most controversial and widely acclaimed movies of the 20th century. Even today, the movie has become synonymous with the ugly and absurdness of the Vietnam War and it's ramifications. The film, as it was meant to be, would have been the reason for the Vietnam War. A film of this magnitude, which I saw several years ago, might not have received the coverage that it did. Heaven's Gate is, at the time, very much an experimental film, with a lot of critics giving it a very negative review. For me, the film is a triumph of style over substance. It is so well made that you never know what to expect from it. The plot is very simple. Jack Altman (Chris Isaak) is a poet who is in Vietnam in 1966. Jack joins the Peace Corps and goes to search for a Japanese soldier. After he discovers him, Jack is very much against his decision and decides to write a letter to his old love, the Japanese soldier's wife, and hopes that it will be returned. This letter goes to the Japanese embassy and he is told to come back to America. Jack doesn't want to, and instead decides to wait for a chance to return to Japan, which eventually happens. Jack continues to wait and it is at this point that the story takes a dramatic turn. Jack is still waiting for the return of the letter. What happens next is that Jack must come to terms with what he is doing. He begins to think about his decision. What he does is that he seeks a relationship with a woman he barely knows. He begins to learn about the Japanese military and the way things work in that country. Jack comes to realize that it is much more dangerous to remain in the Peace Corps than it is to go into battle. Jack makes a decision, and in the process, his life and his life as a whole is changed. Heaven's Gate is a very good movie. In the genre of epic war films, it succeeds as far as I am concerned. It is a very impressive and emotional story. It is a beautifully directed film, and well acted. There are some very well thought out characters and the film never has a dull moment. The performances are superb. Sean Penn is great as Jack. His performance is very similar to the role he played in Apocalypse Now. Danny Aiello is very good as the diplomat that Jack must deal with. He plays a very complicated character and manages to make him endearing and funny. There is also Peter Stormare as a Japanese soldier who is trying to get the letter back. He is a very talented actor, and he does a great job at portraying a man torn between his past and his present.

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