While rehearing Carmen of Bizet, the middle-aged choreographer Antonio brings the sexy Carmen to perform the lead role. Antonio falls in love for Carmen, who is an independent and seductive woman incapable to accept a possessive love. When Carmen has an affair with another dancer, Antonio is consumed by his jealousy like D. José in the original opera, entwining fiction with reality.

A group of flamenco dancers are rehearsing a very spanish version of the Prosper Merimee's drama. Antonio (the coreographer) falls in love with Carmen (the main dancer). Their story then ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Carmen torrent reviews

Andrew D (ru) wrote: This was the worst movie I have ever watched start-to-finish; I am shocked it has a 95% critic rating. The writing was atrocious and the acting was pretty darn bad as well. Definitely do not recommend wasting two hours watching this.

jason m (fr) wrote: If anyone is into the Moth storytelling, Mike Massimino does an excellent job of describing a sequence of events while on the space walk.

Maria G (de) wrote: La secuencua con la que termina el documental es impresionante. Muestra el resultado extraordinario procedente de las tareas mas ordinarias hechas por personas anonimas. Otra secuencia que me encanta es en la que se edita una melodia a partir de los ruidos de la construccion -creo que es a super ingenioso hacer llegar a la audiencia la cotidianedad de la vida de los obreros y la personalidad de uno de la protagonistas -el periferico en construccion. En el Hoyo, es uno de los mejores documentales que he visto.

Boris M (it) wrote: Inspired by "The Longest Yard". This is a funny movie. It's really good. I hate football but I wanted to see how this movie would turn out. It turned out great. It's also funny. Did I mention it was funny??

Private U (it) wrote: It might not have an original bone to it but that doesn't stop it from being beautiful. Lovingly directed and perfect acting from all concerned. Love it.

Duncan K (br) wrote: The idea behind this movie is just bad. It's even worse with Rob Schneider.

Gimly M (ca) wrote: One of the better Stephen King horror adaptations. Kathy Bates as Annie Wilkes is one of the best (and arguably *the* best) on screen female villain in a horror movie, of all time. Perhaps not one you need to sit down and re-watch every few months or whathaveyou, but totally gripping, even after multiple (spaced out) viewings.

Mark W (ca) wrote: disappointing script but the two leads hold it up

Mike L (us) wrote: If you looking for "the Woody Allen film" it's better to see something else. But this film will show depth of Woody's genius. Camerawork is exceptional with moving through the rooms with such a grace. Sound are very important part of the story. Wonderful work of actors. Sharp perception of human nature. If you like to overwatch people around you - you will enjoy this film

Ryan K (br) wrote: While Meryl Streep continues to shine, Ben Younger shows promise as a writer and director.

Mad M (mx) wrote: Funny, charming, and enjoyable. Some interesting new ideas. The actors' timing is spot-on, and the writing is funny - resulting in great comedy.

Jacob G (jp) wrote: This is probably one of the most depressing animations ever made. However, it's still very good