Iago and a comrade-in-arms are outside the Venice home of Desdemona's father, who does not yet know that she has eloped with Othello. Iago confides to his friend -- who had hoped to marry Desdemona -- that he serves Othello to further his own ends. Venice needs Othello to protect its commercial interests in Cyprus where the Turkish fleet is headed. Desdemona insists on going to Cyprus, too. In Cyprus, Iago plots to convince Othello that Desdemona has betrayed him with Cassio. A lot more than political ambition seems to be motivating Iago.

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Othello torrent reviews

Scott M (nl) wrote: Moderately interesting. We've heard all this stuff before, but it's presented in coherent and reasonably compelling form here.

Frances H (es) wrote: Somewhat dull, despite the beautiful views of the sea and surf, hunky Gerard Butler, and an attempt at a biopic of a guy who dies tragically while very young.

Bernadette H (jp) wrote: I was expecting surreal situations, offbeat funny and a plot that makes as much sense as a Mandarin movie without subtitles. What I was not expecting is some of the most clever and beautiful cinematography and a touchingly well executed storyline that deals with serious issues in the lightest and most humorous way. The animation was especially well done. This movie with its tiny budget (relatively speaking, only a million pounds...) makes the big budget monsters look like overweight prima donna's.

Mathieu P (nl) wrote: One of the most interesting movies of 2007

Dalton B (gb) wrote: One of the most depressing films I've ever seen and I loved every second of it.

Roope L (nl) wrote: I had high hopes for this film. I was expecting a tense political drama, but it was more like a character study. Moving too slow for my taste...

Rhiannon H (mx) wrote: Interesting look into the world of Edie Sedgwick and Andy Warhol in the 60's. Some of the story is not entirely true but Edie really did end up a mess, a beautiful mess.

Tracey c (de) wrote: Not interested with this film...

Moira (mx) wrote: saw it on lifetime. yeah baby!!!

Sherman t (kr) wrote: It's sad that this is the best FF movie.

Jennifer T (ru) wrote: I like the actor Armand Assante but this movie wasn't great...not bad just not great.

Trent B (gb) wrote: This is a magical classic, narrated by the incomparable Fred Astaire. A must-own holiday movie for all to enjoy.

Michael G (jp) wrote: Kansas City Confidential is more of a heist movie as opposed to a film noir flick. And a pretty decent one at that. The title's pretty misleading as most of the action takes place in Mexico. The action and most of what innovation this movie has takes place mostly in the first act but it ends pretty well. A good supporting cast includes the ever-shifty Lee Van Cleef and the crazy eyed Jack Elam. My biggest gripe is that this movie didn't entirely hold my attention throughout but I was pretty surprised as I was expecting a 50s version of CSI. So it's got that going for it. Which is nice...

Colton C (ca) wrote: I can't believe it took my so long to see this gem all the way through. I feel like just about anyone can relate to someone in this movie.

Henrik G (de) wrote: dlig s den blir kul

Stephanee H (au) wrote: HORRIBLE MOVIE... Lets train the kids that cheating is ok. that it was all work out ok in the end, that screwing over a FRIEND that you have had since you were kids!!!! is ok. WHO the hell thinks this is acceptable? I just rented it and I want my money back. The fact its a Book that was turned into a movie makes it SOOO much worse. Someone was not thinking.