" Don’t rob me of my hate. It’s all I have. "
— Jim Caviezel, The Count of Monte Cristo

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A portrait of the rural South that engages all five senses —Marty Mapes (review...)

Bell and Alan get caught in the Undertow

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In this Russian charmer, the tenants of a Russian apartment building discover a magical wardrobe that opens onto the roof of a Paris apartment building. The apartment dwellers’ desire to visit Paris, and their reactions once there, say more about the disparity in the standard of living than any political treatise. If the film’s message is political, it is not overtly so. The characters are average people in search of a good time. Their enthusiasm and sense of fun is contagious.

  • Jack: This is a really funny movie. Where can I get a copy that's not $80.00? April 26, 2007 reply
    • Periclis: Download it from internet man February 15, 2018 reply