Devil's Playground

Devil's Playground

The Devil's Playground is a fascinating and moving documentary about a little-known aspect of Amish life. Amish are not permitted to join the church until their late teens, and have to do so of their own volition. The film explores Rumspringa, wherein young Amish are given the opportunity to explore the "English" way of life.

Amish teenagers experience and embrace the modern world as a rite-of-passage before deciding which life they will choose. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Devil's Playground torrent reviews

FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: 56%Just another plain old haunting flick. A dime, a dozen.

John R (fr) wrote: Last Viewed: 25/07/2010

Anah Q (it) wrote: Quiero verla de nuevo, pero desde el principio!!, est excelente. Tpicamente Argentina.. :)

Matty S (ca) wrote: Vastly under-apprecitated, this film is a twisted delight. And, unlike HEATHERS --- there is no real moral agenda and/or message. This is just sick fun from beginning to end. Darren Stein created a true cult film beloved by many of us!

Kenneth L (us) wrote: The script is lazy, confused and left the actors with little to work with. With a great cast of talent, City Hall is truly underwhelming. I would be surprised to find someone able to finish the movie. The first thirty minutes make you believe in the potential of the film, but quickly it detours the minute Cusack and Fonda get off the train in the snow. This movie is full of cliches (Fonda: "who da thunk it?") and poor writing (Fonda: "I got a question for ya- are you hungry?"). SO bad this movie is, please grab the acid reducer pills and prepare for a room full of groans and sighs. Pacino's speech in the church is nauseating. Way overacted, but who can blame him? Cusack wanders between accent and no accent and at times appears bored in the film. Fonda is embarassingly bad with a performance worthy of a high school drama. Save yourself the trouble and avoid this trainwreck, as you cannot change City Hall.

Goran M (ru) wrote: Just superb!This is not an adaptation of any of Kafka's tales, it's an adaptation of his writing in general. All the Kafka trademarks are here: paranoia,conspiracy, mystery...all the things you expect form the writer, combining them perfectly. The big contributions to the whole experience is the cinematography, combining the B&W filter with a great set, ingeniously capturing the mysterious and cryptic look and feel of a Kafka tale. I especially like that there're no explosions, no over the top special effects, it's just great acting, set and music, making the suspense as Kafka searches for the murderer of his only friend. Outstanding thriller!

Kelly K (de) wrote: This was absolutely electrifying! I just had to get up and dance along. The onscreen chemistry between Grey and Swayze is undeniable. A must see.

Ian L (kr) wrote: so much better than munich...rod steiger is creepy..."what do you mean it's not legal, it's perfectly legal" to think so

Lucas M (ag) wrote: Based on Jorge Amado's novel, Gabriela it's a erotic drama by Bruno Barreto with terrific actings by Marcello Mastroianni and Sonia Braga. A chronicle about costum, society, sex and love. Gabriela have the bold of present nudity and sex scenes, showing the beauty in human body and love between the characters of Gabriela and Nacib. Fresh.

Jeremy S (es) wrote: classic 80's movie funny funny movie and very well actually in the way of performances

Al M (fr) wrote: A dark, erotic fairy tale set in the Czechoslovakian countryside. A young teenage girl on the cusp of becoming a woman becomes haunted by a series of visions or perhaps visitations. The line between dream, reality, and fantasy blurs beyond the point of being distinguishable. Equal parts Bunuel, Jodorowsky, Angela Carter, and Lewis Carroll, Valerie and her Week of Wonders is unforgettable filmic experience that takes the viewer into a world of vampires, immortals, perverts, and innocents. A beautiful world in which beauty always potentially masks the sinister. A powerfully original piece of fantastic cinema that cannot be easily described in words.

Allan C (br) wrote: Terrifically moody and stylish Mario Bava directed horror anthology film. Boris Karloff introduces each of the three stories and plays a vampire in one of the tales. The most interesting story is the second one involving a woman in an apartment who's terrorized by a mysterious and threatening caller. This segment could really be considered a forerunner of the Italian Giallo films of the 1970s. The stories themselves are not all that original, but Bava is one of the most talented directors around for creating striking visuals and he's firing on all cylinders in this one.

Khaled M (au) wrote: Corruption, Guilt, NY Blue ... nothing new.

David S (it) wrote: Confused as to why this even exists, it came to me that this should just not be taken seriously lol. A B movie horror slap stick potty mouth humor movie pretty much sums this up. Do NOT take it serious. I laughed several times but its pretty dumb if you're looking for the next great horror classic, you won't get that here. This is just your typical "have fun and watch something" movie