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Cuckoo [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Anni-Kristiina Juuso, Ville Haapasalo, Viktor Bychkov, Mikhail Korobochkin, Aleksei Kashnikov
  • Réalisateurs : Aleksandr Rogozhkin
  • Scénaristes : Aleksandr Rogozhkin
  • Producteurs : Sergey Selyanov
  • Format : AC-3, Anamorphique, Dolby, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Russe (Dolby Digital 5.1), Finnois
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Sony Pictures
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 2 décembre 2003
  • Durée : 99 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B0000DGKI7
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 249.858 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Telepri le 10 décembre 2006
Format: DVD
Le film se passe dans le grand nord, juste avant la capitulation de la finlande en 1944. Un soldat finlandais enrôlé de force par les allemands et un russe désertent et trouvent refuge chez une paysanne laponne, qui va soigner leur corps et leur âme.

Les 3 personnages parlent 3 langues et passent leur temps à ne pas se comprendre, pour finir par se trouver. Le film est assez lent; les paysages magnifiques laissent le spectateur s'imprégner de la nature et de l'absurdité de la guerre. La thématique de la nature et du choc culturel des personnages rappelle "Hell in the Pacific" de John Boorman, mais la présence féminine et la fin sont très différents.

En résumé, un film magnifique sur la découverte de l'autre, la nature et le refus de la guerre, mais assurément loin des rythmes trépidant et de l'action exacerbée des productions hollywoodiennes.
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91 internautes sur 93 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Extraordinary, funny, inspirational, beautiful 4 janvier 2004
Par Peggy Vincent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
What an extraordinary movie! I was confused at the beginning, as were the 3 people with whom I was watching this ultimately marvelous film. We couldn't figure out why the guy was being chained to the rock, who was on which side of the war, what languages they were speaking. But with a little patience and perseverance, it all becomes crystal clear and the movie soars to the stratosphere. Ten stars.
The whole movie is set in Lappland, home of the ethnic Sami people. There's a pacifist-Finnish-conscript-sniper-prisoner of the Russians (got all that?) who is chained to the rock and left to die (dressed in an SS uniform) because he just doesn't want to fight any more. Didn't want to fight in the first place. Most of the beginning of the movie is taken up with his persistent and ingenious attempts to free himself from the chains - and I think it was all of those schemes that kept my 18yo son fascinated. By the time the bolt came loose from the stone, my kid was hooked on `the real story,' and, in spite of hating subtitles, he stuck around to the end and loved it.
Okay, stay with me here. Then there's a Russian prisoner of his own countrymen being taken to trial for the anti-Communist views found in his diaries. The jeep with the Russian is bombed; only the prisoner survives, but he's badly concussed.
And there's an utterly charming and luminous young Sami woman living alone (her husband was taken off 4 yrs earlier as a conscript) on a spit of land in a beautiful but pretty barren wilderness who ends up with both men in her hut. None of them speak a common language. The subtitles are hilarious as they babble on incessantly to each other with only occasional glimmers of real communication and understanding. But somehow they forge bonds, the seasons pass, the odd romances blossom and wane - and at the back of the whole story is one of the strongest anti-war messages I've ever seen.
Anni-Christina Juuso, the Sami actress, is nothing short of extraordinary.
The ending is touchingly beautiful, perfectly fitting for this touchingly beautiful film.
See it now.
65 internautes sur 66 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Par Boris Zubry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The main theme of this film is well known and very well worked out. Two enemies meet in a neutral surrounding. They want to kill each other, but by one reason or another, they don't. Sounds familiar? Well here we have an extra twist - a woman. None of these three people understand each other; they speak different languages and they have different backgrounds. There is no understanding but yet there is some. They feel each other.

The film is smartly complemented by the excellent director's work, superb acting, top cinematography, and the beautiful scenery of (Laplandia - Korelia) the northern Russia - southern Finland. This was the territory the Soviets aggressively took away from the Finns in 1939 in the Soviet - Finish war (the forgotten war). That is when the Finish snipers and the brutal winter destroyed the Soviet Army but still a little country as Finland could not defend itself against the Soviet might.

I give this film five stars and a very warm recommendation to everyone to watch it.
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Very Impressive ... 19 août 2005
Par Sharad Yadav - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A very simple happenstance movie about a frustrated Russian soldier, a reluctant Finn soldier and a pastoral Sami woman. There are just the three characters in the movie and all of them speak different languages (Russian, Finnish and Sami). The Finn soldier (Veikko played by Ville Haapasalo) is a sniper (Cuckoo in military jargon) who is chained to his position in a remote outpost. His die-hard and innovative attempts to get rid of the shackles whilst complaining about the war, are simply hilarious (the actor's silent facial expressions are most impressive). The Russian soldier/prisoner (Ivan) is stranded in a foreign land and is ever suspicious. The pastoral Sami woman (Anni played by Anni-Kristiina Juuso)steals the show with her top-notch acting. Her bucolic lifestyle and simple outlook towards life is thought provoking. None of the characters in the movie can speak or understand each other's language and their interactions (mostly miscommunications) are simply hilarious.

In one of the scenes, Ivan cooks mushrooms for dinner. Anni thinks mushrooms will give Ivan a bad stomach. She prepares an infusion and (kindly) offers it to Ivan, who gladly drinks appreciating the wonderful taste. The infusion is in fact a potent laxative that takes immediate affect.

All in all a wonderful movie from Russia that reaffirms the beauty of life and the futility of war. It is also a movie about making connections by letting go of fear, suspicion and predisposed biases.

Solid performances by Anni-Kristiina Juuso & Ville Haapasalo.
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Cukoo 10 novembre 2003
Par Brad Borland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
I saw this movie at a festival last month. It was produced in Russia, with the subject matter taken from WWII somewhere along the Finland/Russia border in Lapland. Fabulous scenery! I have seen other movies about this time period from the Finnish perspective. This is not a typiclal war movie with lots of blood and gore. Its main characters include a Finnish soldier left to an uncertain fate by his Germain allies, a Lapp woman, and a captured Russian soldier. All three speak with great emotion in their native tongues throughout, although it is apparent that they do not share a common language. This lends humor at times, but also adds a great deal to the effectiveness of their roles. Thank God for subtitles. Both of the Finns, the soldier and the Lapp, are well known cross border thesbians. The Russian actor deserves to be as well. One of the best movies I have ever seen, but I have the advantage of perspective of the era portrayed.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of the greates anti-war movies 16 avril 2004
Par Sergei K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I would put this movie in the top ten war-movies ever made. The storyline is powerful, actor's play - magnificent and camera work - flawless. The only drawback is that viewer really ought to know at least one language - Russian, Finnish or Lapp to truly enjoy the intricacies of "he-said-I-perceive" word play that flows through the movie. For English speaking viewer it really helps to start not with the movie itself but go to "Special Features" and see "Making of Featurette" to fill the gaps in particular points of Russo-Finnish war in 1944 and better understand the movie. Like, a question that clearly baffles some of the reviewers- why was that Finn soldier (Veikko) chained to the rock by the fellow Finns and changed to the SS uniform? Well, for one, SS soldiers, being staunch followers of Nazi ideology and major participant in all these countless war crimes they committed against citizens of USSR, were rarely taken prisoners on Eastern front. Thus, for Veikko accused of being pacifist, the only way to prolong his own life, was to kill any Russian soldiers on sight. The morbid irony of this situation was not lost for him or his executors and was obviously intended as an additional punishment.
Its quite useless to tell the story line - everybody will have own perception of the story and emotional impact of this movie also, will be different for every person. One thing is certain- this movie is definitely worth seeing.
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