All Things Fair
This film is set in 1943 when the whole of Europe was embroiled in WWII. It deals with attraction of a 15 year old boy Stig to his teacher Viola. The whole movie revolves around the sexual encounters between Stig and Viola and how he eventually grows out of it.
- Category:General, War
- Stars:Parshwanath Yeshwant Altekar, Chandrakant, Gajanan Jagirdar, Lalita Pawar, Master Vithal, Johan Widerberg, Marika Lagercrantz, Tomas von Brömssen, Karin Huldt, Nina Gunke, Björn Kjellman, Kenneth Milldoff, Frida Lindholm, Sigge Cederlund, George Bisset, Gösta Ekstrand, Hilda Suovanen, Per Olov Börjeson, Jörgen Svensson, Monica Stenbeck,
- Country:Denmark, Sweden
- Director:Bo Widerberg,
- Writer:Bo Widerberg
Malmö, Sweden during the Second World War. Stig is a 15 year old pupil on the verge of adulthood. Viola is 37 years old and his teacher. He is attracted by her beauty and maturity. She is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
All Things Fair torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: The film had very stiff competition this past Oscar season, so not being nominated for any major awards only makes sense. Having said that, "Sully" is a film that I think was largely overlooked or forgotten about this past year, and I'm not so sure it deserved that. Sure, it isn't Hanks or Eastwood's best, but even these men's "worst" work towers above the best efforts of most. These are masters at their craft doing fine work telling an actual true story that is far better executed and far more well written than the grossly overrated and similarly plotted "Flight" from a few years ago. If you want an actually gripping story about a pilot who crash-landed a plane, pick this one.
(fr) wrote: This film is informative and educational, and it makes you, at the very least, consider changing your lifestyle and eating less meat. It emphasizes that you have a choice as to what you eat. The film reveals the inhumane practices of the meat industry and a lot of these images are difficult to see, but the film still presents them in a careful manner.
(it) wrote: Who the hell did Elijah Wood play? Is that a typo?? I love The Flaming Lips but I'm sorry guys...where's the plot? I'm serious, there is actually no plot. Some stuff happens (I guess) and some people are going crazy. The dialogue is downright painful at times, and they only use like three of the songs from the soundtrack, and loop them over and over again. Pick this one up, but only because it comes with the soundtrack on cd. Or is it vice versa? One more thing...what is with all those vaginas???
(kr) wrote: I'm not interested in any more Parker and flipping Stone!
(au) wrote: 'Amelie' will unveil the biggest charm in you.
(ag) wrote: most people know it for the tarantino cameo, but honestly, the whole movie is a twisted emotional mess of great.
(ru) wrote: All of Caroline's boyfriends seem to leave her or cheat on her. On her way home from work two men try to rape Caroline. An introverted man from her work, Adam, rescues her. Adam is an orphan and he is told that he's got a baboon's heart. Adam opens up to Caroline and together they make sense. Adam and Caroline are very happy together but the rapists try to get back at Adam.Untamed Heart is an absolutely touching tearjerker romance. Marisa Tomei gives one of the most endearingly sweet performances. I think it is impossible to watch this movie and not fall in love with Christian Slater along with Tomei. There were moments of chemistry between the leads that really did spark.
(mx) wrote: Let's sing the music together,DJANGO!!!A Well-Deserved "classic" metal.Echoed intro music and an anti-protagonist dragging a coffin that hiding something gigantic that could kill 40 men or more than that.Can you say no?unless you are not fancy with oldies,then sorry to you that you truly miss real-good stuff.
(gb) wrote: Modern Sci-Fi Classic
(jp) wrote: Universal's final film of their original horror cycle does not entirely disappoint. Again all the monsters are there, although the Frankenstein monster makes a token appearance thrashing around in a burning laboratory at thevery end. Onslow Stevens is excellent as Dr Edelman, by far the films biggest role as a respected scientist turned vampire by Dracula. Chaney Jr is good as Talbot/Wolfman again and Carradine is back as Dracula.The great Lionel Atwill dusts off his police inspector uniform from House of Frankenstein, it's a larger role for him here, but he is unceremoniously electrocuted in the final moments of the movie. Skelton Knaggs makes a good Dwight Frye replacement. Entertaining hokum.
(ru) wrote: Ginger Rogers' upbeat and fun-loving leading lady is perfect opposite Stewart's shy, but stouthearted leading man. The two work amazing together. It is the epitome of the screwball comedic-romance popular in the 30' and 40's... They're called "CLASSICS" for a reason--This is a movie full of Love, Comedy, and Romance all in one excellent movie. We can't get enough of it! All actors did an excellent job in this one. This is one movie we will never get tired of. It is always ever so refreshing... Ginger & Jimmy jump into matrimony!!
(ru) wrote: Magical and inventive film. Compared to Cocteau's later films such as "Beauty and the Beast" and "Orpheus," "Blood of a Poet" seems raw and more overtly experimental, but it is a visual feast nonetheless.
(it) wrote: Slavery was important because it gave John Quincy Adams one last shot in front of the Supreme Court.
(ca) wrote: An okay martial arts action film with some very unlikable characters. Good but not great.
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(ca) wrote: One of the best of all time.
(nl) wrote: actually a good movie!
(ag) wrote: Intelligent, Mind-Bending and Visually Sparring, Danny Boyle's Sunshine is a very underrated flick of the sci-fi genre.