Production Year: 2004 - Drama - Director: Chris Kentis - Original Language: English - Classification: 15 years and over - Starring: Blanchard Ryan, Daniel Travis, Saul Stein, Estelle Lau (On Ciao since: 09/2004)
Production Year: 1997 - Drama - Director: Alejandro Amenabar - Original Language: Spanish - Classification: 15 years and over - Starring: Eduardo Noriega, Najwa Nimri, Penelope Cruz, Fele Martinez (On Ciao since: 02/2007)
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: Danish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Danish ( Subtitles ), English ( Subtitles ), Swedish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL...... more
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: Danish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Danish ( Subtitles ), English ( Subtitles ), Swedish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Biographies, Commentary, Deleted Scenes, Interactive Menu, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Posters, Scene Access, Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: In Susanne Bier's achingly tender drama, filmed according to the tenets of the Dogme 95 collective, the fates of two couples are forever altered in the blink of an eye. Joachim (Nicolaj Lie Kaas) and Cecilie (Sonja Ricther) are a young couple on the verge of marriage. But before they can make it official, a car hits Joachim, leaving him paralyzed. It turns out the driver of the car, Marie (Paprika Steen), is the wife of Niels (Mads Mikkelsen), a doctor at the local hospital. Niels offers Cecilie a shoulder to cry on, and when a tormented Joachim sends her away, she takes Niels up on his offer. What begins as a harmless connection between two strangers quickly turns into something else, as Niels finds himself falling in love with Cecilie. Gradually, Marie begins to sense something is amiss, until the truth finally comes out, destroying their relationship in the process. A sudden change of heart from Joachim forces Cecilie to decide which man she wants to spend her life with. Like the most successful Dogme films (FESTEN, MIFUNE), Bier boldly mixes a melodramatic storyline with a documentary-like visual approach to create a work that is deeply affecting, and wholly believable. -Two people are brought together by a tragic accident in this emotional drama. Joachim (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) and Cecilie (Sonja Richter) are a couple in Copenhagen who've fallen deeply in love and have made plans to marry. One day, Joachim is severely injured in an auto accident when he's struck by a woman named Marie (Paprika Steen), leaving ...Open Hearts (UK) ( Elsker dig for evigt ) ( Älskar Dig För Evigt )
Advantages: Stunning vocals and complex, amazing music Disadvantages: None
...Evanescence - The Open Door
"The Open Door" is the 2nd studio album by American rock band, Evanescence. It was released in 2006 on Wind-up Records and produced by Dave Fortman. The line-up for the album was Amy Lee (vocals), Terry Balsamo (guitar), John LeCompt (guitar), Will Boyd (bass) and Rocky Gray (drums).
Raw emotion, ravaging pain and fears of the future...
Advantages: None Disadvantages: Voices used for multiple characters, rubbish story, lasted a lifetime
...and try and persuade him to come home, will he leave Ursa and return home?
I haven?t heard of the Open Season films before seeing this one and I can?t say I?m that impressed with the third instalment of the films and it doesn?t give a good impression of the others either. I have no idea what the Open Season movie title refers to as I don?t see any kind of reference throughout the film. I think it...
Advantages: Harry loved it, some funny bits, Ashton Kutcher is good Disadvantages: Overall cast is lacklustre, animation is average
...in their Open Season... I have to confess that this isn't a film I had ever really heard a great deal about, but when it was on telly a few weeks ago, I recorded it in anticipation of watching it with Harry. We always have "movie night" on a Saturday evening, and got around to watching this last weekend. I have to confess it isn't the best animated film I have ever seen, but it kept...