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Undir trénu is a movie starring Steinþór Hróar Steinþórsson, Edda Björgvinsdóttir, and Sigurður Sigurjónsson. When Baldwin and Inga's next door neighbours complain that a tree in their backyard casts a shadow over their sundeck,...

Genres
Comedy, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director
Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson
Starring
Steinþór Hróar Steinþórsson, Sigurður Sigurjónsson, Þorsteinn Bachmann, Edda Björgvinsdóttir

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson
Writer Huldar Breiðfjörð, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson
Stars Steinþór Hróar Steinþórsson, Sigurður Sigurjónsson, Þorsteinn Bachmann, Edda Björgvinsdóttir
Country France, Iceland, Denmark, Poland, Germany
Also Known As L'albero del vicino, Under træet, 隣の影, Under the Tree, A fa alatt, A Árvore da Discórdia, Skyggen fra treet, Unter dem Baum, W cieniu drzewa, Copacul vrajbei noastre, Buenos vecinos, Κάτω από το Δέντρο
Runtime 1 h 29 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 Agnes throws Atli out and does not want him to see their daughter Ása anymore. He moves in with his parents, who are involved in a bitter dispute over their big and beautiful tree that casts a shadow on the neighbours' deck. As Atli fights for the right to see his daughter, the dispute with the neighbours intensifies - property is damaged, pets mysteriously go missing, security cameras are being installed and there is a rumor that the neighbor was seen with a chainsaw.

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Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 14:31

A couple of years ago, a television series about murder was on the air in France. In the middle of the series was a certain Renaud (Jean Reno), who, at the time, was a huge star. When the show was over, he was living a quiet, simple life. Suddenly, his wife, Ellen (Brigitte Lahaie) dies in a car accident. Then, on the following morning, Ellen's body is discovered by a passerby in a nearby field. Soon, Ellen's brother-in-law, Florian (Yvan Attal), decides to investigate the murder. But, before he can do that, he has to discover that Ellen's husband, Renaud, is in fact a serial killer. Renaud's past, which we can see in flashbacks, includes his affair with his mistress, and his relationship with a girl who was a victim of his. What is more, Ellen's brother-in-law also knows a lot about Renaud's past. The film is a "remake" of the TV series. The main difference is that this time, the wife is not dead, but Renaud himself is. What is interesting is that, in the TV series, the investigation of the murder is conducted by the police department. In this film, the police only investigates Renaud, and the focus is on Ellen. And that's exactly what makes this film interesting. The only problem is that it is so good that, in a sense, it's a little bit of a tragedy. This film deserves more recognition than it gets. I mean, it's a very good movie, but it is a little bit sad. And, at the same time, it's a very good movie. If you're a fan of French cinema, you should definitely see this film. I give it 8/10.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 14:26

Now that this film has gone to theaters, I feel the need to write my own review. I'm a die-hard Jacques Demy fan, and this movie is a masterpiece in its own right. However, it also contains the worst performance of Brad Pitt. In my opinion, he is the perfect actor to play the character. Unfortunately, he never plays the role well. In the movie, he plays it the same way every single time. In fact, he plays it the same way throughout the entire movie. The scene when he gets to the hospital, and when he visits his family, is probably the best performance he has ever done. However, the character of Franck, which is supposed to be his friend, is just stupid and full of pretentious ideas. He never seems to really care about anything. He is so perfect in every single aspect of the movie, and his character is one of the most useless in the entire movie. Furthermore, he seems to be completely oblivious of his actions. He makes the movie even more annoying. On the other hand, the character of Anna, the nurse at the hospital, is very well played. In fact, she is the most important character in the whole movie. The rest of the cast is also good. The characters are portrayed well, but the movie doesn't really have much to do with them. This movie is extremely predictable. It is basically like a drama that just happens to be about a murder mystery. I also find the ending to be extremely disappointing. In the end, I just don't care about anything that happens in the movie. There is really nothing in the movie that makes me care about anything. If you have a chance to watch this movie, I would suggest you to see it. However, I think you should take the time to think about what you are going to do before you watch it. Because, it is definitely not worth it.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 09:42

Lars von Trier has been a very popular director in Germany for many years. He had made several very good films before the outbreak of the financial crisis of the 1980s. Then, he did the "Dancer in the Dark" in 1992 and "Breaking the Waves" in 1994. Then, he made the controversial film "The Interview" in 2013, where he tried to make a politically incorrect film, without the intention to make a social statement. This movie is directed by Peter Lim and stars Gerard Depardieu, Claire Foy, and Jeremy Northam. The plot is simple, a man buys a plane ticket from London to New York. The flight lands in New York and he doesn't see his family until the end of the flight. The story is very similar to the first "Dancer in the Dark" with the plane crash and the revenge on the wrong person. But, there are many differences in this movie. The story is much darker and has a very dark and disturbing story. The characters are more violent and more sadistic than in the first film. But, the problem is that the characters are too different from each other. There are very few films where you see a family, who are violent, as violent as the main characters in this film. There are no "crazed" or "disturbed" characters in this film. There are no parents who take their children out of school to beat them up, there is no father who has a sick brother. And there is no brother who has a broken heart and is constantly in tears. The only character who we can feel sad about is the father. In the first film, there was a very sick brother, but in this film, there is no brother. And the mother is also very different from the first film. She is still a strong, angry woman, but she is not angry anymore. The father is dead. And the only character we feel sad about is the mother. The first film had a very strong mother, but in this film, there is no mother. I think the director had a very strong message in this film. He wanted to show how a man can be totally controlled by money. There are many scenes in this film where the viewer has to wonder, how much money the father had. He had a lot of money and he wanted to use it to control his family. It is a very important message in this film. In the first film, the father had a lot of money, but in this film, he had none. He could not control his family. I think the director wanted to show the idea that money can kill the man. In the
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 17:51

A beautiful look at a small town that never seems to get over the sudden death of its police chief, played by an American. Michael Caine's character is in constant pain from having to act so stiff and a little fat kid (Adrian Brody) gets a little upset about being put in the care of his grandmother's young, ungrateful parents (Don Cheadle and Sylvia Kinski). So the family turns to a young man (Jasper Jones) who's supposed to be an idealistic young lawyer, but just doesn't seem to understand what's going on. This leads to the old man being dragged out of the house to be tried for murder, which is just another way of saying that he's dying. He's afraid that his wife, who's been with him since he was a boy, is going to be released from jail because of the criminal charges she's been getting. So he finds an illegal immigration lawyer, who'll make sure that the family is properly represented in court. But the kid, who thinks he's a lawyer, is going to get in trouble for stealing the money that the family is supposed to be responsible for. So his grandmother, played by Sally Kirkland, needs to come up with the money. Then there's the ghost of the old man, played by David Warner. He is the ghost of the old man who died in the same house, so they have to find a way to be reunited with him. I really loved this movie. I was captivated, intrigued, and amazed by it. It's really good for people who like films that are "out there." It's really good for those who like to be surprised, and this is one of those films. I'm not really sure how I got into it, but I really liked it. It's not really a film you can watch just once, but it's a good film to see over and over again. The story is really good, and the acting is really good, too. It's worth seeing, and I recommend it.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 13:10

I'll start by saying that I'm a fan of Jean Dujardin and his work, but this film is not for him. But I'll leave that aside. This is the story of a French police detective (Jean-Claude Van Damme) who was sent to Paris to investigate the death of a young woman. She's been found stabbed in a car outside a cafe. The police are convinced that she's a serial killer. He has to prove it and, well, you can see the plot. After all, the film is set in France, and, of course, there is a murder in the Alps. But the film is not about a murder. It's about a man, a cop, trying to solve a mystery. This is a terrific film. I was very surprised to find it so well done, considering that it's not really about a murder. I didn't think that it was possible for it to be so well done. Van Damme is the only thing that makes it good. He's got a great physical presence and a wonderful voice, but it's the acting that really makes it work. His character, Detective Derham, is a good, funny, easy-going man who is just doing his job. He's not a great detective, but he is a good one. But he has to make some sacrifices, because he doesn't have the most interesting case. It's really just a good case that is wrapped up quickly. You might think that it's because of the plot, but no, it's because of the way that the film is put together. It's a very simple story, but it's a good one. It is a little bit slow, but it's good that it doesn't drag. It's very well put together, and you don't need to be a fan of Van Damme to enjoy it. It's not a perfect film, but it is a very good one. It's not just a movie that's about a murder. It's also a movie about a murder and the police investigation. You can't not enjoy this film. I gave it an 8/10.


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