The film will feature a comedic story about a friendship between the village-boy Kuba and his goat in medieval Prague. In Prague, Kuba falls in love with Máca, a worldly girl. The Goat begins to envy this relationship. Their story intertwines with that of the poor student Matěj Tale from Faust House and his contract with the Devil.
- Stars:Jirí Lábus, Matej Hádek, Mahulena Bocanová, Michal Dlouhý, Petr Pelzer, Jan Preucil, Viktor Preiss, Miroslav Táborský, Karel Hermánek, Petr Nározný, Dalimil Klapka, Pavel Rímský, Ota Jirák, Filip Jevic, Justin Svoboda,
- Country:Czech Republic
- Director:Jan Tománek,
- Writer:David Sláma (screenplay), Jan Tománek (screenplay)
Story about the friendship between a young villager Jemmy who arrives in medieval Prague, and his Goat. Jemmy falls in love with Katy - a street-wise girl from Prague. Goat is jealous, and starts to hate Katy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Goat Story torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: The kool-aid synopsis excited into viewing this film. Very compelling throughout the first act even with subtitles, turned into the disconnected second and third act once "Ricky" started to fulfill his debut as the flying baby and/or a cherub. This film totally missed the mark on possible becoming something powerful and memorable if the actual message was..."Angels bring families together!"
(gb) wrote: good movie, pretty funny.
(au) wrote: Never less than entertaining, this unique take on Vampires is proper cinema; entertaining and artistic..
(au) wrote: Everyone in this looks pretty bored. There is an excessive amount of shots of pistons, steam, and rust.
(de) wrote: Arresting and profound! The film begins with the ending. Stamp acts as an awakener to the pseudo-existence of the bourgeoisie. Stamp's character can be summarized by a Nick Cave lyric: I found god and all of his devils inside h(im). The second half of the film, or upon Stamp's departure, is lingeringly complex. Upon initial viewing and at a cursory level, I find each character reacting to their a...wakening or crisis of the spirit, through means of the physical, insanity, art, sexuality, misguided spirituality, or stripped naked of materialism, possibly lost in the horror of recognition. I know there is a statement in this film about society, the spirit, and its relation to the human condition and experience: I just don't know what to think of it yet.
(de) wrote: Diamonds are a girl's best friend.Dorothy Shaw and Lorelei Lee are down on their luck singers. They are hired as entertainers on a train traveling to Paris. The train has an assortment of guests, many of which capture the girl's attention. Will the girls finally find a chance at happiness rather than just scraping by?"You must think I was born yesterday.""Sometimes there's no possible other explanation."Howard Hawks, director of The Big Sleep, His Girl Friday, Rio Bravo, Bringing up Baby, Monkey Business, Scarface (1932), Hatari, and I was a Male War Bride, delivers Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. The storyline for this picture was fairly week and seemed like an excuse to showcase Monroe. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Charles Coburn, Elliott Reid, Tommy Noonan, and Marcel Dalio. "You'll find that I mean business.""Really? Then why are you wearing that hat?"This is a movie I came across on Netflix and immediately added to my wish list. I was a little disappointed in this film as it wasn't that dramatic or heartfelt. I felt it was just an excuse to market Marilyn. Overall, this is a must see classic film to see Marilyn, but isn't one of the all time classics by a long shot. "Men are the same way everywhere."Grade: C+
(br) wrote: Monday dawn bets: Yeah, highly paid sports teams' general managers also cry. Really, is that it?