Django Kills Softly
Django arrives in the town of Santa Anna at the behest of a man named Sanders who'd been trying to buy safe passage for his cargo from a Mexican bandit named El Santo. Django finds that Sanders has been killed and that his rival, a man named Thompson, is now trying to deal with El Santo. Django, after a brief involvement with a beautiful young widow named Linda -- who has information on a lost gold mine -- becomes entangled in this situation by agreeing to escort a shipment through El Santo's territory.
- Stars:George Eastman, Luciano Rossi, Liana Orfei, Mimmo Maggio, Peter Hellman, Spartaco Conversi, Claudio Biava, Federico Boido, Paul Marou, Antonio Toma, Martial Boschero, Giovanna Lenzi, Ilona Drash, Enrico Manera, Federico Pietrabruna,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Massimo Pupillo,
- Writer:Lina Caterini, Paul Farjon, Marcello Malvestito, Renato Polselli (screenplay), Renato Polselli (story)
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Django Kills Softly torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Pretty dire attempt to find a new angle for yet another rom-com storyline. This is pretty childish and un-engaging throughout.
(ca) wrote: actually fairly good for a movie done by MJW. he just needed to get out of his own butt a little bit. kinda reminds me of steven seagal with that crap
(jp) wrote: I love the chipmunks part, sorry
(it) wrote: One of my favorite movies when I was younger, it gives me the feeling of being a kid again everytime I watch it
(ru) wrote: Although I'm tiring of his style and the repetitive nature of his films, this is the best Bresson I've seen to date. The main character and lens through which we see other characters is the donkey Balthazar. Given the subject material I think this is profoundly apt. Animals truly have no control over their fate and little to no influence on the people around them.Bresson seems to be obsessed with human suffering, fate, injustice and the insignificance of humankind, through which his characters ultimately attain redemption / sainthood. Senseless violence, although not gratuitous, is peppered throughout the film. I found it interesting that it was depicted in such a way that you never felt disgusted, but rather accepted it as part of life - which agrees with Bresson's outlook.Bresson's signature style is all over this film; Black and white, unemotional acting and little to no music. He does interesting things with the narrative whereby he would jump over the cause of a scene and cut directly to the effect of something that happened off camera. This obviously creates a complex narrative, but if you get bogged down in trying to follow the story you are probably missing the point.
(de) wrote: This film is fantastic! think I was about 9 when I first saw this as a SKY Movies premier. My dad used to have a copy on video, which has since been lost/taped over, and yes, it so bloody difficult to get a hold of a copy, the last multi region DVD I found was going for nearly 400 pounds!! Fabulous movie, Just wish I could watch it again!
(fr) wrote: Another remarkable film that brings the spirit of the novel to the screen. Chris Columbus did an excellent job of depicting this magical world. (First viewing - November 2002 in theaters)
(es) wrote: that's great movie.. and sound like almost romantic...they don't know each other....sand in email....like you got're mail...classic Aol....Joe Fox found who's she on her email...but she still don't know who's person in email... like Conversations.. Joe almost friendly to her... My sister told me you will love this movie... than I watched it...I was like "wow that's great movie"... I hope you love this.