Euphoria (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

Euphoria (2018)

Sisters in conflict travelling through Europe toward a mystery destination.

IMDB: 6.46 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 834.56M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 98
  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 24

The Synopsis for Euphoria (2018) 720p

Sisters in conflict travelling through Europe toward a mystery destination.

The Director and Players for Euphoria (2018) 720p

[Director]Lisa Langseth
[Role:]Alicia Vikander
[Role:]Charlotte Rampling
[Role:]Eva Green

The Reviews for Euphoria (2018) 720p

ShallowReviewed byferdinand1932Vote: 2/10

With a script that has the maturity of a first year college rumination about meaning and life, this catatonic film shuffles like arthritic legs. If only it had been half as long it might have had made the endurance lighter for all.

The characters and the premise are faintly lifted from Thomas Mann's 'Magic Mountain', as seen by Peter Greenaway, with all the arch cleverness and consequent life taken from it because it lacks intellectual agility. It is mediocrity aspiring to be grand and deep simultaneously. The movie title itself anxiously announces that intention. The paradox in this context is a cliche.

The dialog is deliberately stilted, artificial, and as such, this heightens the effect of portent and significance but is an adopted gesture of such superficiality as to strain the attention and interest of a viewer.

And the grist of the narrative is a quasi Bergman reckoning of family happiness and enmity. It's triteness and source material are evident and make one return to the original rather than waste time with this third generation copy.

Sense how death and life are as strong as wine inside you...Reviewed byNocturneVote: 10/10

Wonderfully simple and touching film that perfectly gives flesh to the atmosphere of the poem Euphoria by Gunnar Ekelof. I read the poem after seeing the movie, but reading it before would be a good way to tell whether the film is for you. For me this was the first movie that I cried through beginning to end, it really shook me hard, felt extremely real and I could relate to every single character, especially Emilie. I suppose not everyone's life experience allows them to feel what this film presents, even though it's quite universal. It deals with the shaky ground between reconciliation and things left unsaid, weakness and strength, darkness and light, pain and avoidance. It makes you face the instinctive human fear of death in the most exquisitely gripping way. The structure and pace of the film were on point for me, the cast superb, as well as the minimalistic soundtrack - Bowie has the perfect vibe and mood for a cathartic experience as this one (or maybe it's just me being a fan). I went in with no expectations and ended up with a favorite movie and poem, which will be seen and read again and again.

Self-reflecting and easily controverseReviewed byDusan Luigi IndjicVote: 6/10

The movie is made around seemingly simple story, but also with depth into it.Strange, bald and bizarre idea many will consider morbidly grotesque.Strong and difficult subject many could connect to euthanasia controversy - time to die - not rarely being treated as taboo. From different points of view of someone close, story puts us into very personal self-reflecting processes put only into a few days left for characters to confront their fears and prices. While the movie explores it mostly through their different lives of two sisters and confronted paths. It also gives a viewer introspective and self-reflection.Aside of shady intra-family relationships, there's an interesting spectrum of characters in the surrounding, showing how various and sometime even offensively different personal approaches to values, life and death can be. Made me think how someone's deepest struggle can be trivial to other, plus these days ever opened question of: altruistic Goodness/Openness vs. egoistic Badness/Selfishness... "Is there justice?"; fear "A" vs. fear "B" - how the viewer can project through many "conceptual approaches to The Ending" and through self-reflections in this sort of presented "prolonged euthanasia" process. I think the movie is a bit difficult and not for everyone's taste (simply too morbid and even grotesque so). But for others, it may put some hard thoughts into this ever-steep perspective. So as for me, may we come to the conclusion: that we should all be glad for what life gave us.

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