one weird movie. Worth watching!:star::star::star::star::star:.
This movie is very confusing at first! :faint:.And is interesting for two reasons;first, "Niemand" is a popular Afrikaans surname which, translated into English means "nobody".And second, about halfway through the film, the character holds up a South African driver's licence card. :p.I saw that, did a double-take, and tracked back. Then I paused it to confirm what I'd seen. :lol:.
Mind if I put a link in, Mr. Scientist?? :)No?OK then :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Nobody_%28film%29Sounds very cool, I must say :DI see it includes Rhys Ifans, who was fantastic as Spike, in the movie 'Notting Hill', which of course starred Mik's favourite actor of all time, Huge Grant :up:
Ok, I will check on it on imdb :up:
Originally posted by FlaRin:
I see it includes Rhys Ifans,
And Sarah Polley http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_PolleyShe's a very good actress, who tends to choose "interesting" roles.
it it on HBO, Cinemax or Star movie? the only 3 movie channel I have here
I'll have to check it out :up:
I`ve watched it on line yesterday. Interesting but very confusing at the beginning 😀
Yes, and that was quite a chancy move on their part. :left:.You're a quarter of the way through the movie before things start to make sense. :p.But I'm glad I watched it to the end. The confusion was half the fun in this movie. :hat:.
Hmmm, it does sound interesting. Oddly, I've not heard of it until now, and it's more recent than I would have guessed.
Like most gems, I had to dig through a lot of dirt to find it. :up:.
Sounds interesting. I can't remember seeing anything about it, yet it's only from 2009…
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