The Journey Reviews
Fine acting and of course I am a sucker for anything Hungarian. The language, gypsy music, Russian drinking songs, border crossings, langos and stuffed cabbage made me enjoy it. It then culminates in ironic tragedy where even people who can be good can have it bad.
Las actuaciones de Deborah Kerr y Yul Brynner son extraordinarias, adentrándonos en el dilema moral de sus personajes. "The Journey" es una estupenda película. Muy recomendable.
(1959) The Journey
WAR/ HISTORICAL/ DRAMA
Another depressing variation on the same lines as "The King & I" which involves a group of English speaking civilians attempting to escape after the Soviet invasion lead by Yul Brynner, which he falls in love with one of the captures played by Deborah Kerr! The film centers on this relationship and the political turmoil that intervenes! Hooky and unessessary, especially if it's all made up, more fascinating to be read about in terms of real life!
1.5 out of 4