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The rules: My rating x 3, 6 male/female rating (18, 30, 45), 1000 voters rating, US- and Non-US voters rating. Only films with a better rating than 7,00
Dotknij mnie (2003)
How to shoot a film without knowing anything
There are a lot great polish filmmakers and they have all the same attitude: they are very well educated. This film shows how to shoot a film without anything you need to shoot a good film. When you have no talent for script writing, you shoot the film without any script and it comes out a boring film like this.
The only idea in this film is the wish to shoot a film. No producer will spend money for this. So, these ladies made a philosophy from this and shot this film without money. What for?
To work on such projects and to watch is a waste of time. I wasted my time this year on the BERLINALE watching this film.
One last remark: I understand polish, but I had to read the subtitles because of the worst sound I ever had to listen to in cinema.
En la ciudad sin límites (2002)
The best film in Berlinale 2002
This film was best film in the Berlinale 2002. I have seen 4 films a day during the festival and there was no film like this. Great actors, great script, intelligent and thrilling. Everything you need for a great film was in this movie. Congratulations to Spain for their great film industry. For me the best in Europe.
If you have sleepless nights watch this film...
you will sleep well. It is boring. No acting. The basic idea for the script is not new, but quite good for a fine comedy, but Mr. Thome probably don't like entertainment. I don't understand who gives him the money for his films. O. K., there are some people who thinks it's art. Some critics and the jury of the Berlin Festival. So, the cast got a silver bear for good acting at the Berlin Film Festival two years ago. Who knows why? It is amateur acting.
I have seen this film last year on the BERLINALE and I was shocked, that somebody spend money on such things. The biggest rubbish I have ever seen on cinema.