Man, Woman and Child

Man, Woman and Child

A California professor (Martin Sheen), his wife (Blythe Danner) and his daughters make room for his orphaned illegitimate French son (Sebastian Dungan).

A man with a wife and two daughters learns that he has a son. It seems that a few years ago while visiting France, he had an accident and he had an affair with the doctor who treated him. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Man, Woman and Child torrent reviews

Robert A (au) wrote: I think it is interesting that from what I am reading a handful of people have seen this flick (Total ticket sales at first (and only) theater was 1 - thats right - 1(ONE) ticket was sold). So how are there over 3k ratings? However, to be fair, the article I just read said that two more tickets were sold over the weekend, so it has that going for it.

Jack Ronald R (ca) wrote: Lame. Might be good background for late night drug fiends but a dull slog for squares demanding coherence, continuity or production value beyond headbanger's ball.

Ms A (it) wrote: I loved this more than I thought I would.

Adrian Z (jp) wrote: 4 out of 5 - Revealing account of the dark side of humanity, as expressed in the events at Abu Ghraib prison. The candour of the interviewees is at times shocking. Errol Morris goes for drama, with a visually arresting treatment. Aiding and abetting in this pursuit is Danny Elfman's haunting score.

Shaad B (es) wrote: Nice documentary on the Mars Rover project

steve c (it) wrote: the minimal dialogue was nice. the overtones of loneliness and masochistic deprivation were pretty standard japanese fare.

Matthew J (it) wrote: haven't herd much about this yet

Felicia M (ru) wrote: A wonderfully clever and quirky movie. Very unforgettable in a small way.

Matt H (us) wrote: Just never fully came together, solidly made but unmemorable.

Omar M (nl) wrote: Pretty much the whole Apu Trilogy, but especially this one. You will cry.

Sanity Assassin (fr) wrote: the Son of Sparda vs. the other Son of Sparda excepting you don't get to mash buttons