491 is a 1964 Swedish black-and-white drama film directed by Vilgot Sjöman, based on a novel by Lars Görling. The story is about a group of youth criminals who are chosen to participate in a social experiment, where they are assigned to live together in an apartment while being supervised by two forgiving social workers.

Six youth criminals are chosen to participate in a social experiment, named "Guesthouse Objectivity" (Pensionatet Sakligheten), where they are assigned to live together in an apartment ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


491 torrent reviews

Stephanie J (nl) wrote: I wasn't thrilled by the acting. There's not a lot of getting to know the characters and it's quite busy at times.

Samir S (ru) wrote: Brilliant... Brings out the intensely layered characters of its source material while looking at the literary work through distinct sensibilities of modern times...

R F (de) wrote: Just when you thought the Australian film industry was on its way back up, this poor excuse for a film comes out. Poorly written, dead pan acting and plays on the Aussie stereo types. Let's just face it, Australian's will never be great film makers.

shawn p (de) wrote: I wish i hadn't seen this film so could watch it again.

Ida K (ag) wrote: Not as good as the original

Peter W (br) wrote: joan allen prooves, yet again, that she can do no wrong. mesmerizing and difficult-to-swallow, this film left me with indigestion of the mind. see it!

Liam P (nl) wrote: 'There's no such thing as adventure. There's no such thing as romance. There's only trouble and desire.'

Steve V (fr) wrote: Really banal story, only few devotees can enjoy it. I can't understand the role of Natalie Trundy, in this movie she's acting like a statue, doing nothing that it's important. In My opinion the saga had to finish with the second chapter. I really banal Hollywood movie...

jay n (us) wrote: Ingrid's great fall from Hollywood's graces was spurred by this flat drama and her involvement with its director. I'm sure their marriage brought her more fulfillment than this turgid exercise in neo-realism does to the viewer.