El brassier de Emma

El brassier de Emma

It was the year of 1962 when I turned 12 and my breasts began to grow. Cecilia, my sister, went to study in Paris, I was left alone with my parents and their problems. I discovered that the breasts made men and women crazy, while mine began to draw the attention of my friends without adults realizing that I needed a bra.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:coming of age,  

It was the year of 1962 when I turned 12 and my breasts began to grow. Cecilia, my sister, went to study in Paris, I was left alone with my parents and their problems. I discovered that the breasts made men and women crazy, while mine began to draw the attention of my friends without adults realizing that I needed a bra. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carlos M (ru) wrote: Despite the cinematography in an unnecessary (but effective) black and white, this melancholy drama has quite a surprising sense of humor and characters who prove to be a lot more complex than we would give them credit for, with Dern and Squibb in fantastic performances.

Andy C (kr) wrote: Fairly painful even given the cheap film with questionable acting it parodies.With hindsight I'm left wondering is the whole point if the ghosts antics truly to frame Dick van Dyke's grandson for rape and murder...and that given this tape was discovered how did it not clear him...then I decide I'm overthinking things and just rate it one star.

Rob S (gb) wrote: One of my favourites ?

nick t (br) wrote: Very dark and deeply disturbing story that follows the character of a young girl, played by numerous actors. The film is easy to follow despite the acting changes, but the subject matter of teen pregnancy, child sex abuse and murder is challenging to say the least. Director Todd Solondz tackles these topics with a nonchalance that unsettles you as a viewer. That's not to say he's glib, however you need to approach this film with a sharp, unbiased mind. The links with his other films are fun to watch. Solondz delivers with his trademark quirkiness.

John B (ru) wrote: A film without a brain. Story of a Japanese girl who sulks for 90 minutes and faints at the sight of a centipede. Can it get anymore boring?

Thomas D (nl) wrote: For being one of Italian horror master Lucio Fulci's directed works, you might think that this would be a milestone of darker 80's gore, nope...think again. I have seen many of Fulci's gore-monging bloodfests (Zombie, The New York Ripper, The House By The Cemetary etc.) All of which excel in the gore departments. Sadly 'Manhattan Baby' is not amongst these blood-gems. Fulci tries his best to bring us a story that is more solely based on the supernatural side of horror, which makes for a terribly boring, slow, non-bloody crap-fest. -When an archaeologists discovers an ancient tomb in egypt, he awakens a spirit that has long been dead. This spirit basically possesses the archaeologists daughter who he brings back to the united states with him. The spirit can see through a strange talisman that is given to the young girl by a strange woman with pure white eyes. People start strangely dying once they are back in Manhattan because of the evil entity. -The only death scene is at the beginning when the archaeologists partner falls down a trap door and lands face first into a bed of spikes. It wasn't even that gory for Fulci. About an hour and twenty minutes goes by before another death even happens! A real snoozer in my opinion. About the only really interesting part is the last death where a doctor is viciously attacked by stuffed, taxidermy birds and pecked to death. Other than that the movie in its entirety is kind of a rip off of the exorcist as we watch the young daughter (who is not a baby, not sure why they even called it Manhattan Baby) get taken over by feverish spells from the ancient entity. The medallion that she has looks like something you would find at the Goodwill or a flee-market! It is so retro and corny looking! It certainly doesn't look as cool as the Hellraiser box. Anyhow, I wouldn't really recommend Manhattan Baby, even around Halloween time. There are much better, much bloodier and much less boring horror movies to watch. Don't get me wrong, i am a huge fan of the old style direction and the cheesy 80's home-made score, but this movie just did not cut it! Even the lame score was just awful. Definitely a sleeper movie overall.

Richard D (ru) wrote: Camp! Still, just horrendous

Jos M (br) wrote: Efectos especiales impresionantes de un terremoto para 1936 y un final muy patritico.

James H (kr) wrote: 79/100. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers never made anything but great films together. Although this is not one of their best, it is an excellent musical. There are a few outstanding musical numbers, good support from Randolph Scott. Two notable appearances, Betty Grable and Lucille Ball make memorable early screen performances. Ball is particularly good, and a blonde as well. The "Let's Face the Music and Dance" is one of the musical duo's best numbers ever. Harriet Hilliard, better know as Harriet Nelson of "Ozzie and Harriet" plays Ginger Roger's sister. The basic plot is pretty familiar, but with a cast this exceptional, it works. Excellent art direction and score.

Augustine H (de) wrote: Can a pickpocket be a patriot? The Red Scare shown here may be way over the top but Communism indeed sucks by its nature. Great performance from Richard Widmark.