House of Boys
A glamorous, colourful coming-of-age story that follows the dramatic journey of Frank, a high school kid in 1984 through an exciting world of sex and music, when his deep new passion is suddenly turned into a struggle for courage, facing a new disease - the "gay cancer" and becomes deep, true love in the expectancy of his friend's horrible death and beyond.
- Stars:Loïc Peckels, Layke Anderson, Harry Ferrier, Michael N. Kuehl, Gintare Parulyte, Sascha Ley, Chris McHallem, Natalie Slevin, Kelly Jake, Benn Northover, Emma Griffiths Malin, Elias McConnell, Roya Zargar, Marco Wirges, David Imper,
- Country:Luxembourg, Germany
- Director:Jean-Claude Schlim,
- Writer:Jean-Claude Schlim (screenplay), Christian Thiry (screenplay), Jean-Claude Schlim (story & original idea), Robert David Graham (additional material &
Two young soul mates find each other while working at an all-male performance club/brothel. Eventually, one contracts AIDS. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House of Boys torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A movie about determination of girls in tough places and situations. Profiles might inspire other girls in their own countries. Should be shown in the profiled countries. Could really make a difference for many girls.
(au) wrote: Touching, heart warming and funny. I didn't cry, do you think me heartless?
(au) wrote: This film held my interest. I was definitely surprised about the husband. Aunjanue Ellis is a fine actress. Great cast.
(it) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
(de) wrote: i just laugh when i watch this movie,,very funny and entertaining..
(mx) wrote: A brilliant film, and people who think it's dumb are dumb
(nl) wrote: Disappointingly dull Hammer Horror production about the daughter of Jack the Ripper, 15 years after witnessing her father murder her mother, is possessed by his evil spirit, causing her to perform grizzly murders. This production is nowhere as rich as the best Hammer films and seems rather cheaply made by comparison. Boring and uninvolving.
(de) wrote: Surprisingly engaging, though more as an historical document than anything else. It seems to be lacking some kind of narrative frame as some sports are sped through, sometimes you know who wins, other times it is unclear who is competing and yet, it is still quite compelling.
(gb) wrote: Only Angels Have Wings is a film about a crew of pilots who live in a South American town and fly the mail (and other items) in and out. Because of how dangerous their life is, they tend to turn away women and live somewhat solitary lives. Naturally when an attractive woman comes into town it becomes an event. I liked the journey for Jean Arthur's character, as she loses her innocence and starts to wonder where she belongs. Cary Grant is always brilliant and he gets to show some range here. It's also one of the better performances I've seen from Thomas Mitchell. The difficulty I had with Only Angels Have Wings is that it was somewhat slow-moving and repetitive. The slowness came out early in the film. It took awhile before I was interested in the story and I kept wishing a bit more would happen. Later on things picked up and I was more involved in the story. However the bigger problem was the repetition. The theme of the film is quite simple...flying a plane in those days and in that region was very dangerous, and yet these pilots would do it anyways. But every other scene was another guy hopping on a plane, scaring someone because he might be in danger, and then risking death in some fashion. The sound of the same words on the radios was getting really tedious by the end.What really worked well in Only Angels Have Wings was the airplane effects. Whether they were using actual plane footage or miniatures, it looked really convincing and I was always able to follow what was happening. The birds weren't quite as realistic, but I didn't mind all that much. My other favorite aspect of this film was the romance between Cary Grant and Jean Arthur. It had a different feel to it than your typical romantic drama. Grant was noble and unwilling to break Arthur's heart, while simultaneously looking out for himself and refusing to be hurt again. The conclusion of their story was scripted perfectly and gave me the warm fuzzies that I look for from that kind of movie relationship. So there were real ups and downs in my experience with Only Angels Have Wings. At times I found the movie tedious, but then other moments I found it delightful. I can't say I'd recommend it, but if you enjoy the cast of actors you might like it more. Reflecting on it, the plot actually reminded me of the TV show Deadliest Catch, a bunch of people putting their lives on the line to get the job done. If you like to watch that kind of harrowing devotion to a career then Only Angels Have Wings might be right up your alley.
(es) wrote: What a fantastic and original fairy story. A poor street vendor tells her long lost daughter that she is well to do and is put in a quandry when her daughter is to visit with her society fiancee. A city gangster always buys an apple from the old dear and decides to help her out. This is a great story about how those on the periphery of society can pull together to make even the most outragoeus dream come true. Capra went on to much greater things but this is one not to be missed.
(nl) wrote: One of the best film openings of all time. Absolutely brilliant