In 1600, nobleman Orlando inherits his parents' house, thanks to Queen Elizabeth I, who commands the young man to never change. After a disastrous affair with Russian princess Sasha, Orlando looks for solace in the arts before being appointed ambassador to Constantinople in 1700, where war is raging. One morning, Orlando is shocked to wake up as a woman and returns home, struggling as a female to retain her property as the centuries roll by.
- Category:Romance, Drama, Fantasy
- Stars:Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane, Quentin Crisp, John Bott, Elaine Banham, Anna Farnworth, Sara Mair-Thomas, Anna Healy, Dudley Sutton, Simon Russell Beale, Matthew Sim, Jerome Willis, Viktor Stepanov, Charlotte Valandrey, Mary MacLeod,
- Country:UK, Russia, Italy, France, Netherlands
- Director:Sally Potter,
- Writer:Sally Potter, Virginia Woolf (novel)
In 1600, nobleman Orlando inherits his parents' house, thanks to Queen Elizabeth I, who commands the young man to never change. The film follows him as he moves through several centuries of British history, experiencing a variety of lives and relationships along the way, and even changing sex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Orlando torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: A worthwhile slow burn, assuming you can endure the first 40 minutes.
(ru) wrote: where can i buy it ???
(it) wrote: Average flick that could have used some more work in the characters and script department, while Lucy Hale's character was rather enjoyable but all the moms seemed complete wackos.
(jp) wrote: Not as good as Nichols next movie Take Shelter, but still excellent. Knows exactly what it wants to be and it accomplishes that.
(de) wrote: Loved it, lots of action scenes, an a good storyline
(mx) wrote: It's honestly one of the least bad direct-to-video Disney sequels since it has better visuals and a decent story.
(es) wrote: This Film Is Garbage: Food gags, Sex Jokes, Ugly CGI and some more crap has been going on in this film. about the nazi references of Brand X. the Lady X character from this film looks like from the character called: Who Framed Roger Rabbit. I will give this one 2 stars to get this film off of it and there's a bunch of toilet humor of FoodFight!, don't watch it and If you do! you will hurt your eyes and your brain
(br) wrote: Taking a lot of liberties with the story, this version has great special effects and Leelee looks amazing in gold skin, but probably allot more enjoyable if you don't know anything about mythology.
(es) wrote: "Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you." - Friedrich Nietzsche
(es) wrote: Good, the Black is still as wild, which is good. Follows the book fairly well.
(gb) wrote: I like the Film Noir aspects of this, and the dystopian idea of it...but I really had trouble staying into the film.
(au) wrote: There's not a lot I can say about Eegah that hasn't already been said by countless other bad movies buffs over the last half a century. I'll admit to being quite invested during the first half hour or so, and Richard Kiel is at least trying to be likable, and succeeds as well as anybody could, given the terrible material. But for a movie called Eegah, he's really not in it very much, probably because the director intended it as a starring vehicle for his son, Arch Hall Jr., who, ironically enough, appears to have the acting talent of a caveman. I didn't laugh at it many times, and actually found myself becoming increasingly frustrated by the total stupidity of the main characters and its complete lack of direction and purpose. The film is so rushed that the climax literally lasts about a minute, and its feels like they actually forgot to include it when they were filming, and had to tag it on during post-production. The music is painful to listen to, the editing is sloppy, the integration of stock footage is pointless and none of the leads can deliver a single line convincingly. It certainly is a must-see for connoisseurs of cinematic crap, but is one of the most forgettable so-bad-its-good films I've ever seen.
(de) wrote: love danny kaye again!love this movie.
(ca) wrote: Bob Hope one of the best comedians of all time
(it) wrote: The viewer is given a sonata of carefully woven vignettes orchestrated with some of Hollywood's household names.
(jp) wrote: 3.5/5 A fun movie that kicks off a fun series. Devon Sawa is excellent, which can't be said for the rest of the cast. It's not scary at all, but it is tense and a lot of fun.
(fr) wrote: Gun battles and mutant transformations on Mars has never been more entertainingly violent.
(br) wrote: if you haven't watched Garbo before do not start by this one. But if you are interested in Joan Crawford just go for it! She is amazing in it.