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Ratings & Reviews

  1. sfasatura's rating of the film Imagine

    Hafif film tamlamasına uyacak bir film. Ama nasıl "hafif"? Les Choristes gibi hafif. İyi bir boş zaman aktivitesi sayılabilir.

  2. Ocular Center's rating of the film Imagine

  3. esen özen's rating of the film Imagine

    İddiasız, yalın, ama bir o kadar da etkileyici, sinema değeri yüksek bir yapım. Mesajı olan eserlerde sıkça rastlanan öğretme kaygısından uzak durup kendi hikayesini sinemadan kopmadan aktarabilmesini sevdim sanırım en çok, bir de Lizbon sokaklarında, deniz melteminin kokusunu duya duya dolaşmayı...

  4. john.fisherman's rating of the film Imagine

    Very poetic, both visually and symbolically.

  5. Naciye Şeyma Kaya's rating of the film Imagine

    Seslerle görmek, kokuyla duymak ve bastonsuz yürümeyi öğrenmek.

  6. banu's rating of the film Imagine

    Like Ian's say, "They look, but they don't see."

  7. Cheryl's rating of the film Imagine

    Absolutely adored this movie. Was riveted by the searching expressions caught on the children's visages as they sought clarity in their darkened world. Also loved the musicality of the mix of languages being spoken and how the blind were often more "sighted" than those who could in fact see.

  8. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Imagine

    Innovative in concept and very European in style, we have here a good alternative to Saramago’s “Blindness”. Full Review: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.com/2013/10/imagine-2013.html

  9. Marta's rating of the film Imagine

    hated the guy who played the doctor. bad bad bad acting.

  10. Matt Richards's rating of the film Imagine

    I was hoping for more here, Tricks being one of my favourites. Jakimowski's usual black wit and visual humour shine through in his first English language film, set around an unorthodox teachers' arrival at a blind institute in Lisbon. The surface plot is conventional tho and predictable, sadly not weighty enough to compliment the more artfully handled themes of trust, imagination and the power of belief. 3 stars.