A theatre production of Yukio Mishima's play, filmed for Swedish television. It begins in France in 1772. Six Women, one of them Madame de Sade, discuss their views and feelings of the notorious sadist and sodomist Marquis de Sade. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Madame de Sade
A theatre production of Yukio Mishima's play, filmed for Swedish television. It begins in France in 1772. Six Women, one of them Madame de Sade, discuss their views and feelings of the notorious sadist and sodomist Marquis de Sade.
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Anne B (it) wrote: Gripping - can't get it out of my mind a week later
Daniel J (gb) wrote: I very much enjoyed this movie! good job Shia!
Shalyn H (us) wrote: such a chick flick. hahaha... but still it was a cute movie
Shnyusasl D (jp) wrote: Telkno... news tv.......
Anson H (gb) wrote: This is so much better than frozen. There aren't to many annoying songs it's well paced, funny, and has 10x the story of frozen it's just great. And Flynn Rider alone makes this worth a watch
Cheri S (jp) wrote: I loved this one just as much as the first one.
Carlos I (br) wrote: Totally cheesy and over the top, but this is a hell of a lot of fun!
Bill C (kr) wrote: The ongoing development of the genre by the likes of Sergio Leone, Robert Altman, Arthur Penn, and Sam Peckinpah is thrown in reverse by this juvenile effort from Lawrence Kasdan. The Stagecoach from Red River to Deadwood definitely does NOT stop in Silverado!
Nguyen Thuy H (gb) wrote: Godard clearly designed Jean-Paul Belmondo's Michel Poiccard a character to fall in love/eroticism with, but since I just watched David Hemmings' Thomas a few months ago - Poiccard falls short, sadly.
Jenna I (ag) wrote: Unfortunately just a bad plot with nothing compelling. Has some great scenes though, mostly in Texas and at the end on the ice flows. There's that touch of Ken Russell and whenever it's there the movie briefly becomes more interesting.. unfortunately when he holds back the whole thing collapses.
Jordan W (ca) wrote: Yeah I rated it higher than it deserves. The entire reason to see this movie is Aaron Paul's character. Also Imogen Poots is adorable
Sasho M (de) wrote: had its thin moments of humor, tried to incorporate emotion-grasping moments, pretty much just annoyed me.