Kinsey is a portrait of researcher Alfred Kinsey, driven to uncover the most private secrets of a nation. What begins for Kinsey as a scientific endeavor soon takes on an intensely personal relevance, ultimately becoming an unexpected journey into the mystery of human behavior.

A look at the life of Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the area of human sexuality research, whose 1948 publication "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" was one of the first recorded works that saw science address sexual behavior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kinsey torrent reviews

Jonathan S (ru) wrote: Adam Sandler has a few great films, like Hotel Transylvania and its sequel, but this is not one of those films...

Deb J (jp) wrote: Jennifer Morrison really shows that she is a truly stunning dramatic actor. Both Jen and Jesse Spencer are 180-degrees from their conservative roles in TV's House MD. Surrounded by a wonderful ensemble of actors, they create a story that flourishes with suspense and humor. This was great indie film making. A must-see.

Daniana B (us) wrote: Clear objective and perseverance... however, sad story. All people have to go through...

Stevie S (au) wrote: only in Amurrica.......

Russell S (us) wrote: An absorbing, often disorienting psychological thriller with a unique story telling device that works perfectly in context of the subject matter and the protagonists memory problem. A movie that demands re-watching though in order to get the most out of it. Excellent.

Sean C (jp) wrote: I can't believe I resulted to this. There was nothing to do in school today and we only had this movie to watch. Very, very lame. I'd rather sit an hour and a half starring off into space or watch a dog run around in circles rather than watch this crap. Everything is terrible about this. Before Mary Kate and Ashley turned into whores, they simply couldn't act on screen. You are informed to avoid this at ALL COSTS. What a lame excuse for a movie..

Eric T (ca) wrote: It's about 45 minutes too long. If they cut out as much it might be pretty good. I'd give the live show at Universal Studios 5/5 stars though.

Vincent M (au) wrote: Of all of the movies inwhich nothing happens this is my favorite ('The Man from Earth' being a close second). I haven't seen it in years but what I remember enjoying most about it was watching it with friends. I can remember pausing the movie so many times to allow for our conversations about it that the movie itsself took more than 4 hrs to finish. Although they get into some heady material, the movie is far easier to understand than it is to find. Netflix hasn't even heard of it.

Patti S (es) wrote: Always a delight. Peter Reigert plays the role of Sammy the pickle man with endless composure and deep affection. Happily recommend.

Jose P (ca) wrote: Enjoyed this movie a lot.

Paul K (kr) wrote: Rachel Weisz acts well, and the film is evocative of time and place. However, there is excessive use of the tragic violin, sepia tones and soft aka blurred focus. Adapted from a play, it's about the characters and their relationships, and the times that they were living in. It didn't excite me.