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Last Moment of Clarity is a movie starring Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin, and Brian Cox. Three years after witnessing the murder of his fiancée, a man finds himself a fearful drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he sees an...

Genres
Thriller
Director
James Krisel, Colin Krisel
Starring
Udo Kier, Brian Cox, Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin

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Product details

Genres Thriller
Director James Krisel, Colin Krisel
Writer Colin Krisel, James Krisel
Stars Udo Kier, Brian Cox, Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin
Country USA
Also Known As Bajo la misma piel, 雙面遊戲, W obronie miłości
Runtime 1 h 30 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 Three years after witnessing the murder of his fiancée, a man finds himself a fearful drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he sees an actress who looks a lot like his dead love, and eventually he finds the truth about his fiancée.

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Thursday, 08 Oct 2020 16:34

The ever gorgeous and super sexy Catherine Deneuve was at the top of her game when she landed the role of Molly Bloom in the big screen adaptation of author Daniel Mallari's novel "Her." The film shows the qualities that make a good female character - who is always smart, strong and smart, who never takes life too seriously, who can make a decision and make her own destiny without the assistance of her male counterpart. Catherine Deneuve may have been in an earlier movie adaptation of the same book "Dancer in the Dark", but her performance in this film was not that bad compared to that of another actress, which happens to be Rosamund Pike. I really liked Pike's performance as the main heroine in that film and I really liked Deneuve's performance as well. It is a good thing to see Deneuve and Pike in the same movie, because it shows how good an actress they are. There were a couple of flaws that I found in the film, but they were minor. One example is that Molly was really vulnerable in the beginning of the movie, but the film showed the main character's strength and determination to overcome her obstacles. I really liked that aspect of the movie. The other flaw was that the movie didn't explain the background of Molly's background. I found that bit too dull. I didn't find it to be important and it could have been introduced in the beginning of the movie. Another issue that I found in the movie was that Molly's jealousy was not sufficiently explained. Molly was jealous of Natalie, but we didn't get to know why her jealousy was so strong, why she was so obsessed with her and why she left her husband. The only thing I understand is that she was jealous of Molly because Molly's personality is different from Natalie's. My opinion on the movie was that the actors and actresses did a good job. The director did a great job with the story and the screenplay was written in such a way that it was really easy to follow. I really liked the movie, but it could have been a little better.
Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 19:55

The French are getting out of the way at the border, so a French engineer is kidnapped, and a German police officer, Sievers, is assigned to find out what has happened. The only way is to take a long hike into the mountains, where they are sure to meet the killer. But, as you know, there are usually more things than meets the eye. At first sight the movie is not very attractive, as is, probably, expected from the title. And, it seems, the film is not well known, even by our friends in the real media. But, it is a well constructed movie, based on the new novel by the German novelist Christoph Thieruek. It is a lot of fun, with strong performances, but, above all, it is a very sharp, serious and chilling movie, which is only made possible by the direction of Luchini and Eguin. And, the movie is truly not one of the best movies of the last decade, as people often claim. But, it is very unique, and, you don't have to see it in order to find something special about the movie. The movie starts very badly, in the very first moments, and then, slowly and with tension, the movie gradually builds up its tension. The movie is pretty well made, with good direction, and, thanks to the superb performances of the actors, the movie is quite realistic. The movie is not about the plot, as many reviews say, but about the reality of the world of war, isolation and loneliness. It is not always clear who is good, who is bad, or who is hiding a crime. But, the film is much more than just a very well made film. The acting is very well performed, and, with the quality of the acting, the movie becomes very tense and, at the end, it is very shocking. The movie is not to be confused with other movies of the same type. This is not a film, for example, about the real life of France or about the existence of war, of terrorists or, for that matter, about your normal life. The movie is a movie about war, of isolation, of isolation from your world. What does that mean? It means that the movie is different from what you expect, because the movie is a work about living in the end, in a place that we all know: the country of France.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 13:45

For whatever reason I've never been really enthralled with the serial killer genre, so this may be my last film review here on IMDb. So I guess there's no point. First, it was time to cut my losses after watching "The Shining", which was one of my favourite films of all time. Also, the majority of horror films released in the last two decades, have been a total ass-kicking attack on humanity that's meant to be well done, but end up looking like children's animated shorts. However, "The Green Inferno" - in its short run, ran like a thriller with an edge, with two disparate plot strands that reminded me of Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket" with its themes of loyalty, betrayal, killing and survival, and "The Silence of the Lambs", in its expansive, multi-narrative structure, with a colorful cast and a brilliantly shot film, that felt like a mini-mash-up of "A Clockwork Orange", "Chinatown", "Eyes Wide Shut", "Pulp Fiction" and "The Departed", but with a stunning, grounded approach. This, combined with an amazing score from veteran composer Massimo D'Amato (who did the score to "The Dark Knight" and "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.") adds up to an intriguing, intriguing experience. For those who aren't familiar with the play "The Green Inferno", it's about a successful doctor in Russia who has lost his memory after he was accused of a murder he didn't commit, and is imprisoned in a mental hospital, while he tries to prove his innocence by taking on the identity of the doctor, with a mind-controlled prisoner, and a sexy stripper. However, it's a play that's been passed on, and kept alive by a former professor of the play, who has retired to spend more time with his wife and kids, and has refused to reveal the play's true history. The professor's grandson, and his beautiful wife, have decided to adapt the play to the "serious" movie version, and hire a promising young writer (he's supposedly a great writer, but he has a history of writing only "small pieces" in the play), who's a lawyer, and has a lover of a famous actress, and a friend of the former professor's grandson's. This play is a chance for the doctor, the former professor and his wife to reunite, and the famed actor, who has her eye on him, to convince the grandson to make it a real play. It's a great, entertaining, dark thriller that features a fantastic performance by Peter Stormare, and a performance by Edward Norton that's really impressive. It's also one of the few thrillers to feature Anna Paquin, who really gives her all, and really makes it an enjoyable movie experience. And while I'm not going to spoil anything here, I can say that I don't think I've ever seen a movie performance that's better than it. I can't tell you how much I loved it, but that's really all there is to say. If you're a fan of thriller/thrillers, and enjoy a good story with a shocking twist, then give this a try. It's not a masterpiece, but it's a decent thriller, and even though it doesn't have the "Gone With the Wind" effect that some reviewers claim it has, it's still a good thriller. A perfect 9/10 from me.
Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 08:29

Before I saw this movie I had no idea what it was about. But after I saw the ending I felt a sudden connection with the characters and this movie is my favorite movie in the entire world. No matter what you think of the plot it is based on a true story. No matter what you think of the story it is based on a true story. The acting is great and the filming is amazing. But the most important thing is this movie is very realistic. Every scene is so real that I wanted to cry. The script is good too. The movie leaves you with questions about what would have happened if the directors had stayed with the book and what would have happened if the plot had been different. Also the movie is good for teaching your kids to be good parents. They will learn to love their children no matter what. The people in the movie are well written. And I love that the young hero of this movie is not a god because of his reason for wanting to save the world. There are no unnecessary actors in this movie. Everything is realistic and I don't think any of the actors are annoying. The movie is good for teaching your kids. One of the things that I think is very realistic is that sometimes life comes so suddenly that you don't know what to do with yourself. In the movie, it is explained that in the real world, people get killed right away and there is no thinking about it. When this movie came out I heard about it because the director used to work at a toy factory. I am sad that this movie was made, because I have always been told that it is a good movie, but it isn't as good as I expected. I suggest people to watch it before they think about what it is about.


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