The film tells about Nicholas Van Ryn, a wealthy feudal heir of Dutch ancestry living in New York's Hudson Valley in the 1840s. Nicholas has come to hate his wife because she has been unable to give him a son; their only child is a daughter he doesn't care for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A simple Connecticut farm girl is recruited by a distant relative, an aristocratic patroon, to be governess to his young daughter in his Hudson Valley mansion.
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Eduardo S (jp) wrote: muy buena pelcula! podra ser ms corta pero tiene muchos elementos que la hacen una buena pelcula
Virgilio L (nl) wrote: Just for the cinematography.
Andy C (br) wrote: Can be taken in on a few different levels, depending on how deep you feel at the moment. You can revel in the weird little dioramas being built and ignore the rest, or you can ponder deeply about societal norms and stuff. Whatever, I just really liked the doll town because I are a stupid!
Inta K (jp) wrote: i guess it was pretty alright, just didnt get real point of the movie
Ramos J (fr) wrote: You should see this one.
Sean M (br) wrote: Might the the greatest movie that nobody has ever seen. Multiple plots, all flying in different directions, and yet they all manage to come together. Simply put, a brilliant film.
Robyn M (es) wrote: A definite must see for any musical or animal lover!Best song- The wonderful world of doctor Dolittle
Keith P (ca) wrote: Hard to believe, but this is the one film from IMDb's Bottom 100 that I got to watch on television. I recommend watching it in Spanish so you don't have to learn the ridonculous dialogue & plot (if there is 1; zing!).
Alejandro C (au) wrote: Es la tpica historia de venganza, muy predecible, pero te mantiene en tensin toda la pelcula
James W (ru) wrote: An under-rated film with a great cast , good cameos and decent visual effects.
Will T (it) wrote: How can you kill that which is forever!!! Priceless
Jon P (us) wrote: Kevin Smith's cheap-o shop drama is a punk parable about the pitfalls of being a pushover.Shot in grainy black and white with a trash rock soundtrack, Smith's film mixes grungy wallops of wisdom with downbeat comedy. A catalogue of cyclical quips and retrospective put-downs plague Dante (Brian O'Halloran) in his social Inferno - a place we've all been, we all hated, but we all miss with a childlike charm. Smith's script is always silly and sarcastic, yet never smarmy or didactic. His characterisation is so good, we feel as if we went to school with these kids. Somehow, Clerks captures wasted youth at its most hopeless, it's least pretentious and its most nostalgic all at once.