Amore libero - Free Love

Amore libero - Free Love

Young engineer Francesco Ferraro (Enzo Bottesini) is sent to Smeraldo Island in the Seychelles to oversee the tests necessary to dig a silver mine. But Francesco must also find out what happened to his predecessor, vanished without trace. The island seems to be an Eden on Earth, and the native girls freely explore the joys of sex, but there is something in the dark working against Francesco, and a mysterious accident disables his delicate equipment.

L'ing. Francesco Ferrero viene inviato sull'isola Smeraldo, dove deve venir aperta una miniera d'argento, dopo la scomparsa dell'ingegner Maestrelli. Viene accolto da Chaval, uno strano ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Dann M (kr) wrote: Atrocious garbage, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D is a poorly made film that's incredibly stupid. The story follows former spy Marissa Wilson, who comes out of retirement when an old nemesis breaks out of prison with designs on destroying the world, and along the way her step-kids join in the adventure and attempt to prove themselves worthy of being "spy kids." With the introduction of "Spy Baby," the series goes way past jumping the shark. Jessica Alba and Ricky Gervais both give embarrassingly bad performances, and the new "spy kids" are remarkably bland. Additionally, the comedy is extremely lame, and the special effects are terrible. Borderline unwatchable, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D is the worst film of the series by far.

Mad M (br) wrote: Offbeat. A bit too uneventful.

Whitney S (au) wrote: Boring... but I'm in it so that's all that I care about.

Jason R (br) wrote: second verse, worse than the first!

Nig S (au) wrote: Classic movie. brings back great memories. "yo this is ex-con catering where we do chicken right". lmao

Tyler H (ru) wrote: A few stupid jokes here and there, but overall, it is delightfully goofy.

Jack H (us) wrote: Yet another solid installment of the Star Trek movies. The story may be unconventional, but it works with its humor.

Christian P (mx) wrote: The noir cinematography of Nicholas Musuraca (The Spiral Staircase, Cat People, Out of the Past) was an unexpected treat. His masterful use of light and shadow redeems a sappy script.

Karim G (nl) wrote: "Powerful Crime War Drama "