Confessions Among Actresses
In this intricately layered Japanese film, the nature of actresses and what they gain from acting is explored. The lives of three actresses are laid bare, and scenes from their lives are woven in and out of interviews with each of them. Each of them has experienced a traumatic event which contributes to their particular enjoyment of becoming someone else in dramatic roles.
- Stars:Mariko Okada, Ruriko Asaoka, Ineko Arima, Miyoko Akaza, Toshiyuki Hosokawa, Kazuko Inano, Yûsuke Kawazu, Isao Kimura, Daigo Kusano, Rentarô Mikuni, Tôru Minegishi, Kiwako Taichi, Yumeji Tsukioka,
- Director:Yoshishige Yoshida,
- Writer:Masahiro Yamada, Yoshishige Yoshida
In this intricately layered Japanese film, the nature of actresses and what they gain from acting is explored. The lives of three actresses are laid bare, and scenes from their lives are woven in and out of interviews with each of them. Each of them has experienced a traumatic event which contributes to their particular enjoyment of becoming someone else in dramatic roles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Confessions Among Actresses torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: 8.6/10This was one of the most disturbing and shocking movies I've seen. It featured very strong scenes that were at times hard to watch. Also the music was very intense and really added an extra sense of terror, it is one of the best scores. Moreover the acting was also extremely good, Barbara Hershey was completely terrified and really embodied all the fright and what seems to be one of the most incredible happenings. Furthermore, this supernatural story is one of the most shocking and frightening I've seen in a movie because not only it is based on a true story but it portrays some extremely arresting scenes because it goes out of our reach and that makes it even scarier. ~April 4, 2015~
(mx) wrote: have not read the novel but I like it - I like the cinematography, the story of their friendship appeals to me both of the old and the new generation...
(ca) wrote: Una pelcula que despierta muchos sentimientos. A film that sets off many different emotions
(kr) wrote: some clever moments but Pedro is capable of so much more. another let down from a once brilliant director.
(jp) wrote: Sharukh Khan Stars in yet Another Bollywood Film My Name is Khan stands out against the typical Indian movie. It does not focus solely on a budding romance or a testosterone filled fight fest. My Name is Khan beautifully meshes many movie genres. It contains romance, drama, action, and a deeper message; which allows the movie to appeal to a wider audience. The movie tells a thrilling story of the plight of a Muslim and his family after 9/11 and opens the world's eye to the injustice and need for peace. Peace not just between Muslims and the world but peace between all races and all religions. Sharukh Khan, usually premiering in feel-good romantic comedies or high intensity action films, takes on a heavier role to which he seems to have no trouble adjusting. Sharukh Khan plays a man with devout faith and autism who is both laughed at and feared by society. He captures the emotions of every viewer and compels their undying support throughout his unjustifiably difficult life. Throughout the movie, he journeys to clear his name and transcend religious tensions after 9/11 drives a wedge in his family as well as the world. Khan says in the movie that "there are two types of people in this world: good people and bad people." Sharukh Khan's character refuses to distinguish between Hindus and Muslims and whites and blacks. He looks past a person's appearance and religious background and sees their character. My Name is Khan works to knock down the walls that the world has built up and to encourage world unity throughout race and religion. Karan Johar, famous Bollywood director, did a great job as always but his work in this film was quite different. The characters do not break out into songs every five minutes and show off the dance moves they probably spent weeks learning. This Karan Johar film does not possess the same pizzazz as some of his other movies such as Yeh Jawaani hai Deewani or Hasse to Phasse. While there was some sing song romance at the beginning, the movie was primarily done with a more serious tone than most Bollywood hits. This movie will leave the audience glued to their seat waiting for more. It's heart-tugging and heart-warming but most of all, it allows the viewer to see the world through a different scope. Through the harsh reality of the plot and the constant adversities thrown at Khan, the film leaves no stone unturned and opens the viewer's eye to the hidden effects of 9/11 and the importance of worldwide unity. By attacking this serious issue, My Name is Khan strays from the Bollywood cliche and stands out as a unique movie of its industry.
(nl) wrote: OOO where to start with this one. I love scary movies and this one is scary. With that being said also so crushingly a misfire. Chainsaw even Psycho come to mind with the possibilities this movie had. I dont say that lightly either. Just escalating terror for 70 min to an outright cheesy wimped out ending. Horror fans take note ...closest thing that late and still great Richard Laymon never wrote but hit the screen. Well done but guys that endings gotta go.....and swallow some fishhooks hehe look foward to next flick.
(mx) wrote: MARCO DAPPER IS A DREAMBOAT
(jp) wrote: I want to be a shinobi no Konoha.
(de) wrote: Beautiuflly photographed scenery from somewhere. That's it. Hints and peeks at a 13 year old trying to deal with his sexuality.
(mx) wrote: Way too slow,and way too preachy for so little said. The movie was not very focused with several unrelated plots distracting from any real meaning for this well intentioned movie.
(kr) wrote: Brutal examination of detachment from reality, but handled well as a mild comedy depiction.
(jp) wrote: 78% The children go to da hood. Liked it the best out of the five sequels.
(gb) wrote: the big b magic at its best!!!
(ag) wrote: Radiation from the Hiroshima a-bomb makes the still-beating heart of Frankenstein's monster randomly regenerate its body (still stitched together as before), and then grow really big. Then he fights Baragon. For some reason. Hell yeah.Also featured: The most random giant octopus ever!
(it) wrote: Left like it was a lot longer than it actually was, so I assume that means it dragged. As far as the movie, there were times it was really good, like the beginning, but by the end I was tired of watching
(kr) wrote: Good old flick, Marlenas singing st not dodgy but James Stewart plays a great part.
(nl) wrote: Buena pelcula de accin/suspenso, pero no demasiado convincente con el clmax. Ah, Gary Oldman es un dios.
(kr) wrote: It was sort of funny. B-
(jp) wrote: Timeless. Probably the best "loner" movie ever. Travis Bickle is fed up with the night animals of NYC and is about to lose his shit. Wonderfully shot. Arguably the best Scorsese/DeNiro collaboration.