La califfa

La califfa

As strikes upset Italy, the Califfa's husband is killed and she becomes a passionate militant of the strikers. She opposes the factory manager Doverdo who used to be himself a worker.

La Califfa's husband was killed during the strikes so she takes the side of the strikers. Her conflict with the plant owner Doverdo gradually turns into a love relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La califfa torrent reviews

Rob S (gb) wrote: Do you need to be a fan to like this documentary on the Seattle band Pearl Jam? Probably...but because of the closeness of Cameron Crowe to the band and the Grunge scene in the early 1990's, we get to see a lot of footage you'd see nowhere else. The last twenty minutes or so slow the pace, but it's a lot of great stuff leading up to it.

Wayne P (br) wrote: Not the most original movie but so much fun!

Jana C (fr) wrote: Actor Performances quite weak

Tim R (nl) wrote: Take the original Get Smart, add in a little more action and a brilliant cast and you get a winner, on thing keeping it from near perfection is a couple juvenile jokes. Overall an excellent adaptation.

Ellen G (ru) wrote: En film om utroskap. En italiensk film. Ikke noe nyskapende, utroskap er no herk uansett...

Tim R (ca) wrote: Great movie! REALLY intense thriller, which is hard to pull off considering you know the outcome. Also another great movie that caused me to want to go on a research binge afterwards. The actor that played JFK was sort of close, but I thought he could have gone further with the accent... the guy who played RFK though was dead on!

Tim S (kr) wrote: Army of Darkness (or Evil Dead III, if you're so inclined) had the potential to be the worst film in the Evil Dead series. If you really think about it, the story and the ideas contained within could have come off as far too hokey or ridiculous and could have potentially hurt the film's success. Thankfully, they don't. The film is hokey, to be sure, but it's intentional. It's far removed from the original horror classic. Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi, Robert Tapert, and Bruce Campbell knew exactly what they were doing when they made it. Despite the multiple versions of the film (U.S. Theatrical Cut, Director's Cut, International Cut), the film made a splash with not only fans of the Evil Dead films but of the genre, as well. Does it eclipse Evil Dead I and II? Well no, that's not possible, but it does add to the fun without taking anything away from it. It's a movie I never tire of and it's an absolute blast to watch. By the way, in case you might be wondering, I prefer the U.S. Theatrical Cut. The longer cuts are just too clunky, in my opinion.

bill s (jp) wrote: When they add up all the great baseball movies this will be in the how not to list.

Grant S (nl) wrote: Superb surreal psychological drama.Profound in its telling of the human condition. How everything in life later affects your personality, psyche and actions. And how you deal with these influences (or don't)...What makes it even better is that it is set to music. Yes, The Wall the album came first, and the movie is really fitted to the album, not the other way round. Still, I always figured the album was brilliant in being able to fit an entire 90-minute (or so) ultra-complex story to music, and excellent music at that.Around the music director Alan Parker, aided by animation director Gerald Scarfe, weaves an enthralling, intriguing visual kaleidoscope. There is hardly a word of dialogue in the whole movie (Pink/Bob Geldof only has one line in the movie), yet the movie is coherent and seamless.Truly a classic, and a ground-breaking one.

Zachary K (nl) wrote: It may not fit the Webster's definition of what a 'good film' is, but somehow this film has always entertained *me*. I love Ringo Starr, young Dennis Quaid, and Shelly Long as our protagonist cave-dwellers. The stop-motion effects are fabulous: it's like a Ray Harryhausen comedy.Of course "Caveman" is stupid, but in its defense, it shamelessly acknowledges that. It's better than recent fare such as "Encino Man", the "Flintstones" movies, "10, 000 B.C." or "Year One", which I wasn't even able to finish.

Sheri L (ag) wrote: This one should be in every family's media shelf. Our family watches it year after year after year. It never gets old.

Matthew B (de) wrote: I'm so happy that Doug Liman went on to make "Edge of Tomorrow". The acting was decent enough and there were some cool little action scenes, but the story is very poor, the characters felt like movie characters and not like actual people.

Guilherme N (ca) wrote: Gave up before the end - not fun at all

Coleman M (nl) wrote: Even though it is a bit crass and crude, the original plot and hilarious script save this movie's not so excellent cast.

Ian W (nl) wrote: Quite possibly the movie with the worst special effects in the series but, plot-wise, it was back on track and fare more enjoyable than the previous movie.

katsist (ru) wrote: Not the best Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks movie, but gets the atmosphere of the world during the Cold War down really accurately.