A man comes to the city from a village in search of his lost brother, he gets involved in clashes with gangsters and also falls in love with a beautiful girl. Whether he is successful in locating his brother or not forms the essence.
- Stars:Georgina Verbaan, Kurt Rogiers, Froukje de Both, John Wijdenbosch, Sylvie Meis, Casper van Bohemen, Chantal Janzen, Bob Van der Veken, Dieter Troubleyn, Marcus Teunissen,
- Director:Marc Willard,
- Writer:Anne-Louise Verboon
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Pista! torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Poor. this movie has no meaning. this director should stop making movies.
(de) wrote: haha I found this movie in the $5 bin at WalMart and had to have it! Oh my gawd this is a very much B movie to the extreme, but oddly entertaining.
(gb) wrote: Kiarostami has grafted an exceptional film that is an interestingly passive and profoundly disturbing glimpse into humanity. Potent and unforgettable.
(ru) wrote: nothing to be excited about!!!! really it isn't worth checking out... only if you are bored!!
(mx) wrote: English comedy is an oxymoron.
(mx) wrote: Epic disaster movie!
(mx) wrote: the white critics really show how racist they are, this movie is well written, produced, has great acting and is fun from beginning to end. but it gets horrible ratings because the cast is black. thank goodness the fans show the truth.
(ag) wrote: Pretty good gangster movie with a solid cast inc Mena Suvari who is f.a.f.
(it) wrote: If you thought the first Casper was bad, this one is a lot worse.
(nl) wrote: Easily the worst major league film. Not that great of a movie, but its still entertaining and its nice to see some familiar faces from the previous movies come back
(jp) wrote: Adjani's eyes reveal Camille's passion, excitement, determination, torment and descent into madness, which is a staple of movies about artists. Why do they have to end up in the madhouse or commit suicide? In Charlton Heston's 'The Agony and the Ecstasy', Michelangelo is also in the throes of doubt and madness but finally succumbs to his genious, and the promptings of Rex Harrison's pope, to paint the Sistine Chapel. That movie portrays Michelangelo as an artist who depends on others for his art to survive. Adjani, on the other hand, comes from a middle-class family. Her brother grows up to become a poet and diplomat. Her mother rants against her sculpting while her father slogs to bring home the bacon and gives her moral support. Camille falls for Rodin's personality and talent and becomes his lover and muse at 20; he was 44. He, of course, cannot tolerate her talent and vivaciousness (as the movie portrays it), so he hinders her path to success. Camille goes cuckoo, throws objects at Rodin's house windows, lives alone and gets drunk often. She lives in miserable lodgings even though her family provides her a decent stipend and a curator takes an interest in promoting her works. So why should we be interested in 'Camille Claudel'? Only because the ravishing Isabelle in it. Camille's argument with Rodin is the piece de resistance of the movie, and shows the fire in her belly and the battles a female artist had to face to survive.
(mx) wrote: The dismissive reviewers of this film completely miss the point. It's meant as an exploration of the vagaries and superficialities of adolescent sexuality, and is extremely successful in this. It is also beautifully shot, with actors (even the male ones) who are often transfixing in their simplicity and naivety.