Shadows in the Palace
The film is set amongst a group of gungnyeo, or palace women in Korea during the time of the Joseon dynasty, and is primarily about the hidden dynamics that unfold between them. Sworn into secrecy, submission, and celibacy, the women of the palace officially devote their lives to the well-being of the royal family. Currently, the kingdom has no heir to the throne, and at such a time, the royal concubine Hee-bin (Yun Se-ah) has given birth to a son. The queen mother wishes for the queen to adopt the child as her own, but Hee-bin hesitates proceeding with this, fearing she will be disposed off once the adoption is official.
During the Chosun period, a court lady is found dead, hanging by the rafters of the palace. After examining the dead body, place physician Chun-ryung discovers that the dead maid was ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shadows in the Palace torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: the character development ain't done simply by talking nor high-speed adrenalin (like some hollywood films). watch it unfold to almost unbearable heights then culminates at a piano audition -- zen.
(it) wrote: typical love story. Funny parts worth watching
(mx) wrote: One of my favorite Halloween movie series!
(ag) wrote: would have been better if older guy wasnt so creepy
(jp) wrote: This whole movie is wrong. It should be "Mrs. Wrong". Come on, did anyone buy Ellen in love with a man?
(fr) wrote: Singapore Sling is, in a word: indescribable.A movie of crowded compositions, absurd atmospherics and eccentric sex scenes, Nikos Nikolaidis' nasty-piece is unlike anything else you'll ever see.The film takes the tropes of film noir, cutesy cartoons, black comedy and surrealism, and merges them all into a maddening, meandering tale of whistling winds and schizophrenic sex play. Men are raped, and showered in vomit and pee, women masturbate with mushy food, everyone speaks in the third person and nobody (including us) has a clue what the hell is happening or why. It's a dirty great mess of colossal proportions, but the film's calling card is simple: through all the cringing and all the confusion, it never ceases to fascinate.Monochrome madness with a unique creep-factor.
(kr) wrote: nominated for best picture at the golden globes
(de) wrote: One of Nick Noltes Greatest films...
(nl) wrote: would like to see this i like ron howard
(br) wrote: If you like snakes, this movie is amusing at best.
(ru) wrote: This movie is considered a classic for a reason. Jack Nicholson, in one of his earliest big roles, stars as Robert Dupea, a former piano prodigy who left his wealthy family for a simpler life. This is prime character study material, folks. The story isn't as important as how Nicholson's character handles the story, and he handles it well. While it has a slow start, Five Easy Pieces is well worth the patience you put into it. Learning about Robert - the life he left behind, the life he lives today, his moral standings and troubles - is incredibly rewarding. It's also a film which offers debate: did Robert make the right choice when he left his family? Is his morality worth his happiness? If you enjoy classic movies and/or Nicholson, go find this movie. I promise it's worth your time.
(us) wrote: Must see for everyone!
(br) wrote: Heartbreaking. Emmanuel Riva's performance is unusually raw for that time in cinematic history.
(de) wrote: Brilliant, doesn't need my rating, but i gave it 5, superb movie.
(br) wrote: Great Cop show! Realistic, and I would know!
(nl) wrote: You can't beat a good courtroom drama. Hopkins is one devious and calculating cunt. A fresh faced Gosling is tasked with taking him down. A serious twitch off Pike.
(mx) wrote: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is adventurous and hilarious. This movie ends a perfect trilogy. With Robin Williams' last movie before he died this movie was very good. I would very much suggest this movie.
(fr) wrote: Our daughter can't stop watching it.
(gb) wrote: Is it ugly or cute? Much like Milo, this movie is hard to judge. It's an unpretentious horror-comedy that delivers out of the box humor, with a bite. If you're expecting more from a movie that uses a demon coming out of a mans asshole as a metaphor for anger...then you're watching the wrong film. I just wish it was executed with a little more care.
(gb) wrote: What a treat The Funhouse Massacre is. There is some silly humour, a great premise, and lots of fun.One of the characters even dressed up as the Seventh Doctor from Doctor Who....And Robert Englund was in it too!