Import/Export (2008) 1080p YIFY Movie

Import/Export (2008) 1080p

Import Export is a movie starring Ekateryna Rak, Lidiya Oleksandrivna Savka, and Oksana Ivanivna Sklyarenko. A nurse from the Ukraine searches for a better life in the West, while an unemployed security guard from Austria heads East...

IMDB: 7.10 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.25G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 135
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 27

The Synopsis for Import/Export (2008) 1080p

A nurse from the Ukraine searches for a better life in the West, while an unemployed security guard from Austria heads East for the same reason.

The Director and Players for Import/Export (2008) 1080p

[Director]Ulrich Seidl
[Role:]Dmytro Andriyovich Gachkov
[Role:]Oksana Ivanivna Sklyarenko
[Role:]Lidiya Oleksandrivna Savka
[Role:]Ekateryna Rak

The Reviews for Import/Export (2008) 1080p

A Film That Should Elicit A Response From The ViewerReviewed byscandojazzbuffVote: 7/10

No matter what you think about a film like Import/Export, you have to have some kind of reaction to it. It is an unsettling, bleak look at a couple of lives that the viewer will rarely think about unless confronted with in a film like this. The story takes place in both Ukraine and in Austria and focuses on 2 lives of very different people who share a similar circumstance of being at the end of the line in the place that they live in. Both seek change and their circumstances take very different shapes and fates but share a similar intention, to find a better life.

The director and writer give us little hope in their depiction of these 2 lives and how their environments constantly conspire to either keep them down or challenge their will to survive and change. It is a story at once about Eastern Europe and a story about the world's 'lower classes' and their monumental struggle against inertia and their past. It is a movie filled with images, humor, highs and lows, and, graphic scenes of sexual play that all add to the base quality of the human experience that exists not only in Eastern Europe, but, many place in the world today. Human beings have created incredible technology and yet there is still so much ignorance, cruelty, and, general meanness in the world. A rough film told with a keen eye toward a subtle message.

Another Seidl DownerReviewed bybillcr12Vote: 5/10

Another bizarre entry from German director Ulrich Seidl, whose previous effort, Hundstage, made me question his sanity for producing it and, and mine for watching it. I gave him another shot with Import Export and I am still bewildered by Mr. Seidl.

Olga, a Ukranian nurse who lives with her mother and child, struggles with money and turns to internet pornography for extra cash. She poses nude for a camera and takes requests from men calling in and paying for a sexual performance.

She moves to Vienna to live and work for a wealthy family. She is fired for being suspected of theft and she then gets a job as a cleaner at a senior care hospital and falls for one of the patients, Erich, who promises to marry her, but dies

An Austrian man named Paul lives with his mother and stepfather and dog named Caesar, and practices martial arts. He works as a security guard, but gets fired after being handcuffed and stripped naked by a gang of Turks. His girlfriend leaves him and he travels with his stepfather, Michael, to the Ukraine to install video gambling machines. They stop in Slovakia and look for prostitutes in a Roma neighborhood. Again, Seidl ends the movie ambiguously. He is 0 for 2 in my opinion, and I will bypass any more of his work.

A nearly fruitless exploration of cruelty and meaninglessnessReviewed byS-LanawayVote: 7/10

I'm not going to write much here. I am open to dark films (in fact I tend to prefer them). But this was one of the most depressing, frustrating films I have ever seen. Long, long, long cut scenes of depressing or morbid circumstances (such as people suffering in palliative care, very raw). The director establishes the mood and the dynamic between the characters and then stays on the scene, often with minimal dialogue for 4-5 minutes - agonizingly long. This film is not an exploration of existential depression -- this film IS existential depression.

The one 'warm' scene in the film where Olga dances with the old man, felt to me like a brief smile before being sucked down a black hole - which is what this film felt like.

The sole mandate seemed to be to show that life is sh*t and then you die - mission accomplished.

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