Everlasting Moments details
|Starring:||Callin ÷hrvall, Nellie Almgren, Maria Heiskanen, Mikael Persbrandt, Jesper Christensen, Emil Jensen, Ghita NÝrby, Hans Henrik Clemensen, Amanda Ooms, Amanda Ooms, Antti Reini, Birte Heribertsson, Claire Wikholm|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema|
|Original title||Maria Larssons eviga ogonblick|
|Run time:||2 hours 11 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Sep 2009|
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Everlating MomentsBy DJCaggie (3 reviews) from Stirling , 13 Oct 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]This film created an everlasting moment engaging and endearing from start to finish. It is hard to believe that something as sinple as a camera that we now take so much for granted can have such an impact on somebodys life. Excellent film
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Gold Among DrossBy proctor (4 reviews) , 20 Aug 2013Transported into another life and another time. Sounds a bit soppy to say but a truly enchanting film. Yes I am a world cinema fan but you wouldn't have to be to appreciate this quite unique film.
Yes good, but...By Senor (4 reviews) , 19 Aug 2013Yes, this a good film, good acting and nice cinematography, but to make it a complete movie there seemed to be something missing. It occurs to me, because of a rather fragmented series of 'chapters', the film's pace becomes rather slow and this places the film as more of a T. V. drama (over a few weeks) rather than a movie. The background input of socialist politics lacks any real heart. The family's hard-times, drunken husband, a love story not-to-be are all....well, a bit cliche'd. Yes, those sub-titles were sub-sub-titles.
A mothers loveBy glenndi (32 reviews) , 21 Jul 2013I appreciate foreign films with subtitles as I enjoy stories from other countries. Sub titles are not enjoyed by all film fans however I think that this film is worth making the effort to watch if you like dramas about families. It portrays stress within family life during very hard times and how a mother finds a way through photography to keep providing modestly for her family. The story incorporates many sordid aspects of living but there is dignity and love in how the mother continues to care for all her family including her abusive husband . The actors portray the characters in a naturalistic manner and are excellent. The story is based on real events that occurred early on in 20th century Sweden.
Shadows and LightBy Nahpro (7 reviews) , 03 Jun 2013This is a magnificent film wit the courage to use its quiet pace as a strength. A warm and human film, a wonderful portrait of an admirable woman with a real inner beauty who prevails through the turmoil of life and its vicissitudes. A film with the central theme of photography and the capture of life and life is in itself beautifully filmed. A recreation of Swedish life in the early part of the Twentieth Century. One of the most involving and moving films I have seen for ages. Bravo to all concerned.
Not to be missedBy a customer , 24 May 2013Very good! recommend it! It is a nice film, with a good story, which is believable and also very touching