A vicious Ogre rules over a town that has been stuck in time since the 1800's.
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Connie H (nl) wrote: Kristie Alley plays Ann Putnam a woman who has had 3 still births. Wanting answers she goes to the town "witch" and her eyes are opened. But living in Puritan times she must close her eyes back up for fear that if her husband finds out she will be punished. Meanwhile a group of pre-teen girls scared out of thier minds by the sermans they hear at church being to feel like thier bodies are being taken over by something. When in fact they are perfectly fine! They see what has happened to other women and girls that break "God's laws," and are now afraid to have a different opinion from Rev. Parris. They don't want to be paraded down the streets where people can throw things at them and call them names. Ann's daughter is the worst of all the girls calling out innocent women as being witches. The new Boston governor sends the old Boston Governor to overlook the happenings in Salem, which was a HUGE mistake. Had the deputy governor never been sent non of those people would have died.
Vaibhav W (kr) wrote: Superb film by Lukas Moodysson about teenage romance, the desperation and the silence. Great performances and one of the best endings ever!
Brad G (ca) wrote: I love John Ireland as Bob Ford. But, I have to be honest, this is far from my favorite Sam Fuller film.
George D (it) wrote: As much as I like John Malkovich, I was never fully convinced of him as the lady-killer "Valmont" in "Dangerous Liaisons." Now Colin Firth, I can believe in him in the not totally pointless umpteenth adaptation of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses." If we could just pick and choose from all of the versions (Uma Thurman's umh "assets", Jeanne Moreau as Merteuil, "Bittersweet Symphony" by "The Verve" somehow thrown in, bits and pieces from all of the scripts...) we would have a perfect version. I guess this is why this keeps getting adapted.
Andy M (br) wrote: There's no other film like this. I didn't understand it the first time but I did feel it. Later I came to the conclusion that there's no need to understand it the way I'm comfortable with; it's something to dive into and to live with afterwards. Probably one of ten most important films for me.