In Love and War
After teenage ambulance driver Ernest Hemingway (Chris O'Donnell) takes shrapnel in the leg during World War I, he falls in love with Agnes von Kurowsky (Sandra Bullock), a beautiful older nurse at the hospital where he's sent to recover. Their affair slowly blossoms, until Hemingway boldly asks Agnes to be his wife and journey to America with him. Richard Attenborough directs this drama based on the real-life experiences of the famed novelist.
- Stars:Mackenzie Astin, Chris O'Donnell, Margot Steinberg, Sandra Bullock, Alan Bennett, Ingrid Lacey, Terence Sach, Carlo Croccolo, Tara Hugo, Gigi Vivan, Giuseppe Bonato, Allegra Di Carpegna, Diane Witter, Mindy Lee Raskin, Tracy Hostmyer,
- Director:Richard Attenborough,
- Writer:Henry S. Villard (book), James Nagel (book), Allan Scott (screen story), Dimitri Villard (screen story), Allan Scott (screenplay), Clancy Sigal (scree
Reporter Ernest Hemingway is an ambulance driver in Italy during World War I. While bravely risking his life in the line of duty, he is injured and ends up in the hospital, where he falls ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Love and War torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Mundane and miserable, a very bleak study of loneliness.
(ru) wrote: Interesting documentary about Al Jazeera. The most interesting information was that both sides dislike them.
(au) wrote: Not certain how we're supposed to feel about any of the characters, other than that of Giovanni Ribisi, who is well-cast as someone easy to dislike.
(jp) wrote: one of the greatest actors ever. not one of his best movies.
(ca) wrote: Krull unapologetically rips off a ton of stuff from better films, but the campy charm of its lower-grade effects and pulpy fantasy element might be enough to save it for some viewers.
(br) wrote: Somehow there's a romance based around unwanted pregnancy and an abortion.
(ca) wrote: While I don't care for Lauren Bacall, I do love 50s melodrama. I just have to watch it alone to eliminate the gigglers. Another fine example of the craft.
(nl) wrote: Midnight in Paris is arguably Woody Allen's best movie in years.