After the death of his mother, Charlie dreams about her telling him to lead a journey across the Atlantic to Bucharest. A fellow passenger, Gabi a beautiful musician caught his eye and took Charlie’s heart.However, little did he know that a barbaric gangster was in love with Gabi and intended of never letting her go. To save the love of his life Charlie is caught up in phantasm, impregnated with romance and ferocity a Romanian underworld.
Keywords: #Bona Fide Productions #Charlie Countryman #Evan Rachel Wood #Fredrik Bond #Mads Mikkelsen #Media Pro #MediaPro Pictures #Shia LaBeouf
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Daily Express (UK)
October 31, 2014 An eccentric, energetic muddle of a film that is badly overcooked by commercials director Fredrik Bond.Read in Source
November 19, 2014 A wildly unauthentic offering, that manages to take such raw, human emotions, and produce a picture that revels, frustratingly, in frivolity and irreverence.Read in Source
October 31, 2014 This is a weird and self-indulgent affair that is easy to mock but that, just occasionally, captures the romantic feel of the equally pretentious but magical Leos Carax films of the late 1980s.Read in Source
November 15, 2013 Ah, Bucharest. That exotic, Eastern European hotbed of romance, intrigue and hefty film-production tax breaks.Read in Source
November 15, 2013 Even though you learn that Charlie is absolute aces at running from bad guys, the character pretty much remains a confusing, empty vessel. As does the movie.Read in Source
New York Times
November 15, 2013 This catastrophe of a movie zigzags drunkenly between action-adventure and surreal comedy with some magical realism slopped over it like ketchup.Read in Source
November 03, 2014 As for Shia, he's wildly self-indulgent and narcissistic: all puppy eyes, emoting and angsting like there's no tomorrow. He just doesn't know when eneouf is eneouf.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
November 15, 2013 However you cut it, with all that talent, Charlie Countryman feels like a sad, wasted opportunity.Read in Source
November 25, 2013 LaBeouf, who throws himself whole-heartedly into every role regardless of its worth, is a fearless and fascinating actor, and his sincerity holds the entire sleazy mess together.Read in Source
November 15, 2013 It's a thoroughly queasy pastiche of magic-realism/coming-of-age/romantic-thriller/bloody-Chiclets nonsense (and when I say "nonsense" I am substituting a much stronger word).Read in Source
October 31, 2014 The weird filmography of Shia LaBeouf, from Fury to Nymphomaniac via Transformers, continues with an ecstasy-fuelled excursion to eastern Europe in the bizarre The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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