A Tale of the Wind

A Tale of the Wind

It is an autobiographical fiction starring Ivens as an old man who has spent his life trying to "tame the wind and harness the sea" by capturing them on film.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:1988
  • Language:French,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mask,   china,   chinese,  

This film travels through fantasy and reality as Ivens goes to China to capture the Wind. The film reflects the film maker's journey - from his first film on the wind (Pour Le Mistral)to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Tale of the Wind torrent reviews

Ms A (jp) wrote: Pretty decent little horror flick, though not terribly original. My impression is that it's for adults.

Pam E (ag) wrote: Its a goofy ski movie of course I loved it

Duncan K (ag) wrote: It isn't just about the gnarliest heavy metal band in history, it is also a documentary about conflicting personalities. METALLICA RULES!!!!!!! Sorry, I couldn't resist.

Burcu S (ag) wrote: jspader ok sapsal gzkyo afiste.

David P (gb) wrote: La ame apenas la vi... no tengo palabras para expresar lo mucho que me gusto. me encanto.. me mato. Y lo mejor.. la actuacion del fallecido Brad Renfro :(

Ian C (ru) wrote: Text book teen comedy staring Christian Slater as I quiet high school student by day and motor mouth pirate radio Dj at night. Some decent gags and the soundtrack is the fucking balls. Nice set of charlies on Samantha Mathis.

Robert I (kr) wrote: FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WATCH THE TV VERSION! Either version is hysterical, but you get many more laughs with the extended version.

Stephen P (mx) wrote: seen it in 86,i-rie i-tes

Mike W (jp) wrote: Classic 60s choosy Sci Fi with bewbs

Mark H (de) wrote: Franks Capra's last movie is a affectionate comedy drama about an aging apple-seller who passes herself off as a woman of wealth in order to impress her daughter. Wonderful performances (Peter Falk was nominated for an Oscar) is somewhat undone by film's extreme 136min length.

Brian S (mx) wrote: With bad acting and a bad screenplay, this Corman forgotten low budget cheesy flick starts out promising but disappointed me at the end. And the monster on the poster locks nothing like the real monster in the film, which is a little unclear to know what it really is. Sort of a spider like skeleton creature. Anyways, if your a fan of Roger Corman movies then this one i recommended.

Paul D (mx) wrote: It doesn't quite do for animation, what Jurassic Park did for the live action genre, however it may keep young kids occupied for a while. Instantly forgettable though.

Joel C (es) wrote: good ti learn some background on the story

Caitlin F (es) wrote: Need to see this again.

Tracey c (ru) wrote: Just cheap horror...Not bloody.Even when she has her new born baby:) "Porta-confessions! No waiting!" Father Caine brings the theological silly with him. He knows intuitively that Kate, like her twin sister, has a small cross-shaped birthmark on her neck, and that she is therefore Chosen. Chosen for what, you ask? How about this: Chosen to be the mother of Jesus Christ as he's born again as a baby. That's right, the predestined mother of God and the Antichrist just happen to be husband and wife! How do you like them odds? While Kate is trying to alternately ignore or deal with what Father Cain tells her (she really doesn't do much before the final reel except to shudder and to hallucinate about demonic homeless people), Donald slides down the slope from corporate nebbish to absolute eeeevil so fast you'd swear the DVD skipped a chapter. Chammadai is in a crunch because he can't find the essential contract paperwork from a deal the company set up in Israel (ding ding ding!) five years ago, so Donald takes it upon himself to fake the paperwork. Then he sleeps with his assistant in celebration, and it's not like he had to be talked into it; although she's been making herself passively available with streetwalker makeup and tight skirts, it's definitely his idea to start stroking her leg after a couple of glasses of the bubbly. And when office creep Tom (Stephen Blackehart) wants to blackmail Donald with evidence of his tryst, Donald first chokes him and then tosses him down the stairs, breaking his neck. WATCH IT AND FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS