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(443) 6.6 91 min 2017

Svanurinn is a movie starring Ingvar Sigurdsson, Laufey Elíasdóttir, and Thor Kristjansson. A wayward nine-year-old girl is sent to the countryside to work and mature, but finds herself instead deeply entangled in a drama she can...

Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Thor Kristjansson, Laufey Elíasdóttir, Ingvar Sigurdsson
Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir
Writer Ása Helga Hjörleifsdóttir, Guðbergur Bergsson
Stars Hilmir Snær Guðnason, Thor Kristjansson, Laufey Elíasdóttir, Ingvar Sigurdsson
Country Iceland, Germany, Estonia
Also Known As Svanen, Der Schwan, The Swan, El cisne, A hattyú
Runtime 1H 31M
Description A wayward nine-year-old girl is sent to the countryside to work and mature, but finds herself instead deeply entangled in a drama she can hardly grasp.

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Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 02:31

This is a drama film about a young couple who become separated after a long period of not seeing each other. They go to a farm to look after some goats which are intended to be sold as a new crop. The farmer becomes more and more distant and gives a bad image of the animals. He is seen to be violent with his employees and it is shown that he is living a difficult life, it is also shown that he has difficulty with his wife. During the movie the farmer has a quarrel with his wife and he even goes to the local police to ask them about this problem, but nothing seems to change. At the end of the film the farm is almost gone and the couple have to sell the goats. The two main characters are a man who is very shy and a woman who is very hard to get along with. I have to say that I was in love with the main character, because she had so much potential to grow into a beautiful woman. But the film did not allow her to show all of her potential. The father of the family, who is very good-looking but with an evil face, was the hero of the movie, because he was the one who gave the impression of being a very moral man, which made his actions seem more sensible. I don't understand the reason why this film didn't win the Oscar of Best Picture. I think that this movie is an interesting story and a must-see for people who like movies. The main character has to be a heroine, but in this case it was not successful because the hero's wife was not the main character. In my opinion the main character was much better than the heroine.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 21:45

The series of films that comprise "The Chronicles of Narnia" are both the most ambitious fantasy adaptations of the 21st century and the most ambitious films of any genre. Films such as "Dancer in the Dark" and "Titanic" are perhaps the pinnacle of fantasy cinema and have defined the genre for decades. "The Chronicles of Narnia" is undoubtedly the most ambitious film in the series and, at least for me, the most satisfying. The movie is set in the fantasy kingdom of Narnia and focuses on the titular character (Peter, the title character) and his quest to rescue his sister Lucy (the always great Cate Blanchett) from the clutches of the evil Lord Voldemort (Tom Hollander). The film is perhaps the most successful film in the series, far surpassing the second and third film. The film is filled with beautiful special effects, the visual language of the wizarding world, special effects that are as relevant to the story as they are to the audience's enjoyment. The action sequences are spectacular, including an exciting climax and the climactic battle. The actors all perform well, with the exception of Toby Maguire (who, for me, is just not good enough) who is not in the film enough to warrant a performance in this film. This film is clearly made for children, the best in any series. Children will enjoy the story and the special effects, and children will be delighted by the artwork and the action sequences. Children will also like the music, and the soundtrack is excellent. There is also a fair amount of mature language and violence, which will appeal to adults, and those that enjoy mature fantasy will like the mature language and violence. This film is a classic in the fantasy genre and it deserves all of its successes. It is far more ambitious than "Hook", and far more enjoyable.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 06:37

After reading all the negative reviews for this movie, I really wasn't sure what to expect. I am not a fan of so called "dark" movies and I was looking forward to seeing a movie that would be a little different. Unfortunately, this movie is a far cry from what I expected. The film begins with an elderly woman (Janine Klimoska) whose husband is in a coma after a car accident. Her young daughter (Maja Lelieveld) asks her to watch her father when he's not there and that is when she sees him on the television. At first, Janine doesn't believe her daughter and asks her mother to tell her that he is in a coma. Her mother then tells her that her father was a former national footballer, who is now living in a nursing home. Janine is very upset and feels that her father is not able to communicate with her. She feels that he is so much like his former self that she would never have been able to understand him. This is when she starts having hallucinations of him in a wheelchair with an ice pick in his hand. She has a crush on the man and does everything she can to get him to tell her. She then begins to play a video game in which she plays against her father and she says that she is a better player than he is. Her father then calls her a "schoolyard slut" and she starts to believe him. She then tries to contact the nurse who was supposed to take care of him and she ends up crying and telling her mother that she can't be there and she must go. This happens during the "winter" holidays. This is where the movie shifts from a film about a sick old man to a film about a sick young woman who is growing up in a strange way. I actually think that the movie was trying to be an "interesting" movie because it was trying to tell a story about a dying man's mind. This movie was dark in tone and did not really give a whole lot of story to the viewer. I did like the concept that it had, but it wasn't the type of story that I would like to watch. It was okay, but not as good as I thought it would be. I was very disappointed with this film because I expected so much more from it. The actors in the film were great. Klimoska and Lelieveld were fantastic. Janine and Klimoska were great in the film, but the movie just wasn't good enough for me.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 01:12

The film is a tale of two brothers in Northern Thailand. The story is told through their memories. I can't say more about the plot without giving away the entire film. The two brothers are brothers of the younger brother, who died in a car crash while helping a friend with a stone. The older brother is young and has grown up in Thailand, but is living in the United States. The younger brother is working in Bangkok, and one night, he meets an American girl and falls in love with her. The older brother doesn't want the younger brother to return home. He encourages him to stay in the United States, and takes him on a trip to the rural area of Thailand. The two brothers meet another boy who is the son of a farmer. They decide to go to the village and ask the farmer's wife for permission to take a trip to Thailand. The farmer's wife reluctantly agrees to allow them to go, but she has a secret. The two brothers go through the entire trip. During the trip, they meet many people, such as their Thai teacher and their American guide. In the end, the brothers realize that their trip is not enough. The brothers then decide to return home, but after many hardships, they decide to return to the American teacher and her family, who have taken them on the trip. The teacher and her family take them to a different village. During the trip, the brother meets a man who has traveled to Thailand and wants to help them. He helps them and their guide to escape the village, but the brothers cannot leave. They have to stay in the same village. The brothers leave the teacher's family and the guide and the boy in a village in Thailand. The brothers return to the teacher's family and the guide's family. The older brother then goes back to his home and the younger brother takes a train to the United States. The older brother then returns home and the younger brother returns to Bangkok. The older brother is now living with his aunt, and the younger brother goes back to the United States.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 23:54

This is a story about a woman who kills her husband (Oskar) after he rapes her. She then is given the choice of a life of sadness or a life of happiness. She chooses the sad life, and she becomes a famous writer. However, she is unable to escape the criminal nature of the society she lives in. This is a wonderful film, but there are a couple of problems. I understand that the violence of the film is meant to be shocking. The director wants to convey the desperation of the society that Oskar lives in. However, I was not so taken with this film. I feel that the main problem of the film is the lack of imagination. The main character is given no motivation for her actions. She is not a good person. She is a bad person. The use of the news media and the riots is a bit of a distraction. There is no justification for the use of the riots. I understand that the film is made in an era when there was a lot of rioting, but there should have been more tension, more use of the news media, and a little more use of Oskar. Instead, we get a pretty typical girl who is too good for her life. I also did not feel that this film captured the frustration of a woman who does not know how to cope with a life of a bum. She does not know how to cope with what society has given her. This film is great, but I would have liked to see more development of Oskar. The way she is used by society is not compelling, and she is too good for her own good. I do not believe that her sadness is a bad thing. However, it is a problem of the film and not the film itself.

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