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(4382) 6.2 106 min 2018

Aniara is a movie starring Emelie Garbers, Bianca Cruzeiro, and Arvin Kananian. A spaceship carrying settlers to Mars is knocked off course, causing the consumption-obsessed passengers to consider their place in the universe.

Bianca Cruzeiro, Anneli Martini, Emelie Garbers, Arvin Kananian
Drama, Sci-Fi
Pella Kagerman, Hugo Lilja

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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, Sci-Fi
Director Pella Kagerman, Hugo Lilja
Writer Pella Kagerman, Hugo Lilja, Harry Martinson
Stars Bianca Cruzeiro, Anneli Martini, Emelie Garbers, Arvin Kananian
Country Denmark, Sweden
Also Known As Aniara: L'Odyssée Stellaire, ANIARA アニアーラ
Runtime 1H 46M
Description A spaceship carrying settlers to Mars is knocked off course, causing the consumption-obsessed passengers to consider their place in the universe.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 27 Oct 2020 19:56

You may have heard about the film "Bohemian Rhapsody" and its subsequent DVD release. Ahem. Apparently there was a lot of hype surrounding this movie. At the time of this writing (July 2014), "Bohemian Rhapsody" is the most highly rated DVD from over 20 sites. I have not seen the movie. But based on the other comments I've read, I can only conclude that the filmmakers were looking for an Oscar for "Bohemian Rhapsody". I find it hard to believe that anyone who rated this movie less than "7" would see it without being aware of its place in the canon of documentary films. And yet, when I actually watch "Bohemian Rhapsody" and see what the film is about, I'm not even that impressed. No, this film is full of major flaws and it is only because of the charismatic performance of Morgan Freeman that I enjoy it. I know the film is trying to make a statement about our society and the corruption it has produced, but I don't really think it makes a statement. But, the message is strong and effective. What we really need to look at is the work that was created with the money that was available to fund this film. To get an idea, consider that the film was mostly funded by Warner Brothers, which produced many of its own films and generally had its own budget and could produce whatever films it wanted. It's safe to say that this is an example of a film that was primarily financed by the public, which only created a film that worked because it was a part of a mainstream studio's budget. And, it's also safe to say that this film shows the movie industry as just another facet of modern American society, with a mix of entertainment and entertainment in the middle of entertainment. I was highly critical of the film, but also extremely impressed with Morgan Freeman. He's a fantastic actor. He is truly a force to be reckoned with in this film. He gives the film such a great image. His performance is extraordinary. The only performance I didn't like was Jennifer Jason Leigh's. I really thought she was terrible. But, like I said, I was extremely impressed with Freeman's performance. "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a great movie. And, I don't think it should be ignored in any way. It's an example of how a film can be made without a huge budget and a lot of special effects and the result is still great. In fact, the plot was a good premise for a film. And, the film certainly makes you think about the reality of the American culture we live in. I am very proud of this film.
Saturday, 17 Oct 2020 08:33

Aniara is a beautiful movie, but it's nothing groundbreaking. The film's best feature is that it avoids the cliché of the extraterrestrial threat. There are no explosions or war-torn landscapes. Instead the film is about the people of a small Italian village and the people who inhabit it. When a disaster happens, it's always the people in the village who suffer, because the people who are lucky are kept safe by the science fiction narrative. This is probably the strongest aspect of the film, because it allows the viewer to sympathise with the people, even if they are the worst of the worst, and the film feels really good about its bleak view of the world. However, the film is really the weakest of the three, with a series of one-dimensional characters, poor characterisation and a somewhat sub-par script. The thing that makes this film so good is the feeling of connection between the people in the village. It's not because they are aliens, it's because they are their own species, and they are also the best of the best. The film makes an effort to show this connection, but it's not really believable, and it doesn't really show the people as real people. It's not that they are shallow, but that they have a soft heart which needs to be heard, and that's what the film wants us to feel. The plot revolves around a man named Oreste, who is a little man living in a tiny village called Veggio. Oreste's father has died, and his mother is dying, and Oreste is given the responsibility of looking after the young girl, as she is his little girl. He takes care of her, but his main job is to look after the village, which means he takes care of the people too. However, as he becomes the community's protector, he becomes more and more involved with his duties, and is soon having second thoughts about his duties. Overall, Aniara is an incredibly well-made film, which has a strong message, but it doesn't do anything groundbreaking with its story. It has some strong qualities, but it's also shallow, and I think it needs to be more explicit with its message. It's an incredible film, and is definitely a film that you should watch, but it's not going to be something that you can talk about with your friends over dinner after it's over. If you're into international sci-fi films, then Aniara is definitely worth seeing, but it's not a film that you will be proud to share with your friends about. However, if you want to see a film that shows the struggle of the people in a small Italian village and makes you care about its characters, then Aniara is for you.
Tuesday, 01 Sep 2020 19:36

It's been a long time since I've seen an Indian film so far, and it was a real treat to watch this in a cinema hall. Having watched so many recent Indian films with huge explosions and huge action scenes, I was pleasantly surprised to watch a film that is almost entirely drama, with only small hints of romance, as well as the occasional action scene, but only in a very small part. The film is a film about an alien parasite that infects a woman, and begins to dominate her, and she tries to escape her body to find a cure. It has some very beautiful images of the beautiful India, with its temples and its historic sites, and many beautiful scenes of the people of India in the past, such as the grain silo, the Nandagashi, the Ballet, the long pastime in the mud, the stunning beauty of the waterfalls, and the costumes. The director had really managed to capture the beauty of the country in his depiction of India. There are some scenes that could have been a little longer, such as the romantic scenes between the lovers, but still, the film is a beautiful one. The last 10-15 minutes are the highlight, and are really quite emotional. The acting was pretty good, even though the dialogue in this film is slow and may bore some people. The director has added a lot of interesting images, especially the cinematography of the India, with the backdrop of the brown wheat fields. The film also has many beautiful and symbolic scenes, and the music is a really great addition. Overall, I would definitely recommend this film to anyone looking for an Indian film.
Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 13:15

I have been looking forward to see this film ever since I heard about it's release and finally got around to it this morning. The story is simple enough. The story is set in our world, in the year 2047. A group of people are in a small town that is literally overrun by zombies. A virus has taken over and the only hope for survival are the brave survivors. Before going into the plot I will admit that I had to look up the information about it and do some research before writing this review. I was pretty intrigued by it. To put it simply, The film is about the battle between human beings and the zombies. I won't go into too much detail but I will say that the acting is outstanding. The cast was very well chosen and you can really feel what the characters are going through. The film is told in a simple way, just like a book. The lighting is just right and sets the tone of the film perfectly. There is no CGI used in the film and everything is done on a budget. This movie is very similar to the movies The Walking Dead and Dawn of the Dead. In the zombies they have a very similar look and feel. They have the overall look of a headless zombie, with one piece of clothing on and no mouth. There is also the high pitched screams from the zombies which we are accustomed to seeing. There is a very well made part of the film. At the end of the film the credits roll and it just shows the credits for one final time. It's an outstanding finale and it really helps set the tone of the film. The zombies in the film are very simple, they are just random humans, no ethnicity. They simply walk and run around without the idea of personality. They are extremely intelligent and sometimes they are very scary but other times they are just as silly as a cartoon. The cinematography in this film is a massive plus to the film. I feel that the camera work really helped me immerse in the film. They used some nice angles and good colors. The film really feels like a documentary. The film also has a very nice story line and it was a nice change to watch something that was not a rehashing of a movie from other zombie films. The acting is amazing, they were very believable. I really think that the actors did an amazing job and I enjoyed the films every bit as much as I thought I would. I am not going to go into a lot of detail about the film because I don't want to give too much away. I will just say that this is definitely a zombie film, one of the best I have seen. The acting is great, the characters are well chosen and the story line is very realistic. I really enjoyed this movie and I think it is definitely one of the best zombie films ever. I highly recommend it. 8/10

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