Period piece set during the Inquisition about a witch-finder general who falls in love with the village beauty, who has made a pact with the devil to seduce and condemn the man who is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Period piece set during the Inquisition about a witch-finder general who falls in love with the village beauty, who has made a pact with the devil to seduce and condemn the man who is ...
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Teesta G (au) wrote: Brilliant film with amazing dialogues!
Norm d (it) wrote: Except for Rachel Weisz there was no real reason to like this - but I did. It's a look at the following M / F conundrum: Men want a classy lady in the parlor and a tigress (whore) in the bedroom (so our grannies said). Women want an alpha prince in the parlor and her kind of tiger between the sheets. But when you get one and not the other for a husband, a prince but no tiger, she's left wanting. The reverse is shown, too; a passion inspiring lover who doesn't have it together ... not yet anyway. And there's an older man with a babe for a younger wife (Weisz) who can't or won't control his nasty old mother & raise a growl in the bedroom. Momma's boys at any age aren't good for a woman. This film is a thoughtful, interesting, & skillfully crafted look at these disappointments with a short cold-shower lecture by the landlady thrown-in for extra measure. This is a film for thoughtful adults, beautifully blocked and photographed at a pace that would be slow were the flim not cut to a good length. It also would be very good - maybe better - on the stage where it originally was produced. The film has a stage feel to it.
Nilufer R (nl) wrote: This was a fairly good movie actually, way better than I expected. It was a really intense psychological thriller. It was more like a Fatal Attraction with a gender twist, low budget but cool.
Sarah A (gb) wrote: Norwegian. A more quiet story at moments. Curious norwegians trying to design a more , improved kitchen. Heartwarming.
Josh P (de) wrote: Excellent coming of age story that is as harrowing as it is hopeful. Young actress Agnes Bruckner is able to draw us in and convey all of the accompanying emotions that surface as her character, Meg, is inspired by her English teacher to enter a poetry contest and give meaning to her otherwise depressing life. David Straithairn plays the teacher who coaches Meg and helps her find her strengths while quietly exploiting her weaknesses and inexperience. There is not a lot of happiness in this movie with one scene in particular being especially harrowing but I found it to a be a interesting take on the "inspirational" flick as it has a very dark side to it.
Nicholas P (de) wrote: bizarre is an understatement, not a bad film but I think it gets tripped up on its own quirkiness. The film just ended up falling flat in the end
An V (ca) wrote: "If you are able,save for them a placeinside of youand save one backward glancewhen you are leavingfor the places they canno longer go.Be not ashamed to sayyou loved them,though you mayor may not have always.Take what they have leftand what they have taught youwith their dyingand keep it with your own.And in that timewhen men decide and feel safeto call the war insane,take one moment to embracethose gentle heroesyou left behind."Major Michael Davis O'Donnell1 January 1970Dak To, Vietnam
Paul D (fr) wrote: This over-zealous adaptation to the big screen is probably still best seen on the stage. While the songs are nice enough, the over-stereotyped characters just become to much to endure after a while.
Myles T (kr) wrote: So understated - unimaginably so in today's fast-paced world. The last scene is unbearably poignant - yet completely silent, little movement, no music - just magical. Treasure this. M
Vivian R (ru) wrote: One of my five top Cary Grant films. The chemistry between Grant and Rogers is excellent. While it drifts from romantic comedy to melodrama at times when portraying Nazi villains, this must be viewed in the context of the time in which the movie was made. Unlike today, the lines between good guys and bad guys were not blurred. (The scene in which Ginger Rogers pledges her allegiance to the United States is unabashedly patriotic, and again must be viewed in the context of the times.)
Hayden H (fr) wrote: Not great but not any worse than season of the witch."C-"
Kevin S (de) wrote: I'm a suckered for any sports movie. This gets a little better rating then may deserve.
Dan H (br) wrote: Practically perfect in every way. Some of the best music, acting, characters, and shots in any film ever (and what a message!).
Rosendo D (it) wrote: Hypnotizing performance in excellent cinematography.