Tells the story of François van Heerden, a mid-40s, white, Afrikaans-speaking family man living in Bloemfontein, who has become devoid of any care or concern for his own measure of happiness, and so convinced of his ill-fated existence, that he is wholly unprepared when a chance encounter unravels his clean, controlled life.
- Stars:Deon Lotz, Charlie Keegan, Michelle Scott, Albert Maritz, Sue Diepeveen, Roeline Daneel, Drikus Volschenk, Morne Visser, Leon Kruger, Robin Smith, Jeroen Kranenburg, Tinarie van Wyk Loots, Jan Hendrik Opperman, Marion Holm, Shaun Rossouw,
- Director:Oliver Hermanus,
- Writer:Didier Costet, Oliver Hermanus
Portrait of a closeted gay husband/father living a life of quiet middle-aged desperation who becomes fixated on a friend's handsome collegiate son, leading to an incident. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beauty torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Not the best actress miss Streisand , to play a enoying mother was oke , but me more liked Seth Rogen ...Kind story
(mx) wrote: Atmosphrisch, sehr gut gespielt, aber die Handlung ist nicht so richtig glaubwrdig.
(it) wrote: A fantastic french film. If you can find it with English subtitles then you have found an absolute GEM!! I love this film.
(br) wrote: Really Funny Stoner Road Trip Movie Not As Good As Some But Still Good For Some Laughs
(us) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. In general I found it to be a very realistic portrait of dysfunctional relationships. Charly was my favorite character. I just wanted Marie to wake up and see that she had a perfectly nice boyfriend who obviously cared for her but of course that doesn't happen. I also liked how Charly and Chriss' roles were reversed from what you might expect but without being so cliche about it. I didn't like the jumping scene though. I felt there was no lead up to it from Marie's POV even though we'd been getting it earlier in the movie. Very nice though. I am interested in seeing more movies from the cast and director.
(es) wrote: A liked this when a was wee but not really anymore
(nl) wrote: Do funny. We all know a Barry :-)