The Wolves Of Kromer details
|Starring:||James Layton, Margaret Towner, Rita Davies, Matthew Dean, Angharad Rees, Rosemarie Dunham|
|Genres:||Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi/Fantasy|
The Wolves Of Kromer
|Run time:||2 hours|
|Rental release:||10 Feb 2003|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Wow...pantsBy a customer from aberdeen , 08 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Well, what is this film about?
It attempts to paint a view of the prejudices levelled against homosexuals in the shape of prejudices againsts wolves. The central protagonists are men dressed as wolves (imagine pantomine where reality blurs with story book characters). This, the film does quite well, with the similarities in seeing wolves as diseased, as something to be feared and seen as disgusting, and how they cannot perhaps ever hope to live side by side with humans (hetros).
Anyway, that's the only recommendation to this film. The actors aren't really that handsome as the other reviews suggest. The twist is kinda obvious. A sad ending as well. No happily ever after.
The acting is a bit hammy. But what can you expect from a british production.
Not really worth your time me thinks.
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A silly and disappointing filmBy Sammc (39 reviews) from Preston , 18 Oct 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]It takes a rare and perverse talent to make a film this bad and leaden - the script was amateurish, overbearing and lacking any nuances at all. The acting was mostly abysmal ... 'let's all emphasise the meaningful lines to make sure the audience gets it'. And they sounded like they'd just come from a bad school play for the rest of the time.
Paw movieBy Dorsetlycan (3 reviews) from Poole , 21 Aug 2011Sounded good and was intrigued but it failed to deliver as wasnt sure what it was, comedy, murder mystery, gay movie.. it certainly wasn't horror...it was a strange flick but disapointing.
Yawn, yawn, yawn!!By a customer from Isleworth , 14 Feb 2009This was very poor indeed. Don't bother!
What a wierd film!By a customer from Ruislip , 29 Sep 2008This is a wierd film - but it does grow on you. I found mysellf getting more engrossed in it.
The acting is good, the plot very much a fantasy but with a very obvious double meaning.In the end it was well worth watching.
enjoyed itBy hamishcs (1 review) from Bath , 17 Sep 2008really enjoyed this film, littlr ropey at some points but good none the less