A Real Young Girl

A Real Young Girl

Bored and restless, Alice spends much of her time lusting after Jim, a local sawmill worker. When not lusting after him, Alice fills the hours with such pursuits as writing her name on a mirror with vaginal secretions and wandering the fields with her underwear around her ankles. And, in true teenaged tradition, she spends a lot of time writing in her diary.

August, 1963; Alice, 14, an only child, and physically well developed, is home for vacation. She's moody, silent, keeps a diary, and explores tactile sensations with broken eggs, candle wax... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Real Young Girl torrent reviews

Jared F (ru) wrote: great movie. very enjoyable.

Sumit T (de) wrote: IT had everything in one movie.

Dee S (gb) wrote: Unbelievably stupid. What a disappointment :(

William Z (mx) wrote: Um filme que deve ser visto por quem acredita na relativizao dos direitos humanos.

Bryant T (jp) wrote: There were scenes that made me laugh but the overall movie itself was not that great. Some things were predictable to see either from the commercial or just the plot itself. In the end it was a pretty funny movie and it wasn't great but it wasn't bad, an inbetweeny lol.

Kyle S (gb) wrote: Absolutely great film and one with a great message behind it. The ending is enough to almost warrant a few tears but still packs a surprise ending that is so fitting!

Alicia H (es) wrote: Everything about Steven Seagal is beyond awesome!!!!

Jon C (mx) wrote: A great achievmentJean de Florette and Manon of the Spring are more closely related than an original and sequel; they are really parts 1 and 2 of the same film, and in fact were filmed back to back.Set in Provence around 1920 (most people still use horses, donkeys and mules, but there are a few autos around; telephones exist but are rare, the mayor is very proud to have one), the first film tells of Jean de Florette (Gerard Depardieu,) a rather intellectual bourgeois civil servant from the city who, having inherited a farm in Provence, moves his wife Aimee ( lisabeth Depardieu, Gerard Depardieu 's real life wife at the time) and ten year old daughter Manon there, with the intention of applying scientific principles to raise vegetables and rabbits. But in the arid climate of Provence, everything depends on water: there is a plentiful spring on the property but Jean doesn't know it because his neighbors, local worthy Cesar "Le Papet" ("Gramps") Soubeyran (Yves Montand) and his rather dim nephew Ugolin (Daniel Auteuil) have blocked it up, hoping that the lack of water will cause the farm to fail, so they can buy it cheap. This tactic has tragic consequences for Jean's family. The second film recounts how ten years later Manon, now a beautiful young woman, finds both the spring and a way of revenge for what was done to her family. In the end, everyone gets more or less their just desserts.The films have an interesting history. French writer and director Marcel Pagnol, whose play Marius was latter turned into the French film trilogy Marius/Csar/Fanny, which was itself remade into the 1962 Hollywood film Fanny with Leslie Caron and other big stars, made a film in 1953, Manon des Sources, telling the second part of the story; his final cut of over four hours was so drastically cut by the distributor that Pagnol disowned it, and later redid the same story as a novel, adding a prequel novel, Jean de Florette; these two books together became the basis for these films.Jean de Florette and Manon of the Spring were a huge success both commercially and critically, and it's easy to see why. The Provencal settings are meticulously detailed and the landscape photography luscious. The acting is all around excellent: Gerard Depardieu and Yves Montand especially are as good as they've ever been.These films are not perfect works of art: they are not free of sentimentality, some viewers may occasionally be confused about exactly who some of the minor characters are, and the surprise ending ties together all the loose ends so neatly that it may see rather artificial. But these are minor flaws. All in all, this is a production that I think everyone will like: it's one of those rare films that leave you with memories that seem to be of people and places you've experienced rather than seen on a screen.Both films are available from MGM as a set of excellent quality on standard and Blu-Ray DVD.

Peter M (de) wrote: Not a terrible movie, it is pretty slow but its watchable. Reg park ( the main reason i watched it in the first place) plays hercules well and definatly looks the part.

Sean W (kr) wrote: Children of the Corn, stahp! A marginal improvement in this abhorrent series, but I still can't believe I'm still watching them. Somebody stop me, please!

Vincent T (us) wrote: Toujours aime ce film malgre les critiques negatives. Le film degage une certaine atmosphere que j'apprecie toujours a chaque visionnage.