Pier Paolo Pasolini: A Film Maker's Life

Pier Paolo Pasolini: A Film Maker's Life

Documentary about Italian movie director Pier Paolo Pasolini, with interviews with some of his actors and friends.

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Pier Paolo Pasolini: A Film Maker's Life torrent reviews

Lilian L (gb) wrote: It gets a bit boring after watching the 1st chapter .. Hmm .. Not expecting for the 3rd chapter so much now I guess XD

Nancy S (mx) wrote: Loyalty at its finest.

Naari S (br) wrote: pretty boring movie...yet I would like to give two stars for the two stars of the movie who performed well-boring!!!

Edgar C (br) wrote: Experimentation has always existed; existentialism and myths unraveling undeniable realities in an always folkloric society intertwining in a Thai masterpiece of stillness and patient brilliance. Weerasethakul's scope is massive, controversial, provocative, touching sensitive fibers, challenging social protocols and supposed previously established morals in order to conceive a work of art which is a true example of one of cinema's most valuable forms: the one born straight out from an auteur's vision.97/100

Franky M (ag) wrote: a bit slow to me, but i do like the black and white silence shots was put between in the shots. kind of different from other war movies normally seen.

Corbin R (us) wrote: Psychotic. Poor acting. Tries too hard.

Vishal G (br) wrote: i haven't seen this movie completely, but i love all the songs and the music is awesome

Laura H (ag) wrote: Great film about Bipolar disorder!!!

brian w (us) wrote: A pretty good smoking movie...

Dave J (br) wrote: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 (2001) Replicant ACTION Anybody familiar with Ringo Lam as I am should be aware of his contribution to the action genre. Lams Hong Kong films such as City on Fire and Full Contact to name a couple brought him much notoriety except that the action genre has somewhat diminished in Hong Kong and in turn attempt to try his experience somewhere else. What happened as a result is doing low budget action films such as this one in which his Hong Kong trademark still shows on bits n' parts such as the realism of action sequences by using more stunt doubles than special effects. The logic of any action films made in Hong Kong have to be omitted replacing it with a complete awe in the possibility of actual people perform stunts that can injure them for life. This is another of those films as I had described and the budget really shows! Because of the deminishing of Jean Claude Van Dams movie career this straight to rental had no chance of making it theatrical, but is still better than what he's been making earlier in his career such as Lionheart and Kickboxer to name a few! Instead of handing you a plot which this film has a lack of, all I can say is this film is another one those double cloning films which is a low buget version of the The 6th Day, and that the real highlight is the fact that you won't be seeing JCVD doing the splits with his legs again with him doing some of his acrobatic moves which may not be him! This is your better than average action film given what Ringo Lam had to work on whether it is creative power or money. 3/4

Alex K (fr) wrote: I Like Clint Eastwood As A Film Director And As A Film Actor.

Nate T (ru) wrote: Good campy fun. Vincent Price is a hoot in a knowingly hammy performance. This spawned a TV special (which was also campy fun) and a theatrical sequel.