Signals Through the Flames

Signals Through the Flames

Signals Through the Flames is at once a history and a celebration of the Living Theatre. Founded in the late 1940s by husband-and-wife performers Julian Beck and Judith Malina, the Living Theatre was for many years the predominent American outlet for the avant-garde movement. There were occasional self-imposed exiles to Europe in the 1950s and 1960s, but the group returned full-force during the Aquarius Age to entertain a new generation of theatregoers.

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Signals Through the Flames torrent reviews

Mouhamad I (es) wrote: I really want to see it it's gona be amazing !! Can't wait !!

John C (ru) wrote: Any film, despite the incredible talent involved, that portays Spector as anything but the murderer he IS, is suspect of quality, taste and motivation,

Jordi T (ru) wrote: Una mas de esas peliculas simpaticas y buenrollistas que proliferan en Hollywood como churros. Sorprende que tras las camaras este un peso pesado como Lawrence Kasdan, recordadndo quiza otros tiempos. La historia es mas bien normal, corriente, y con un nexo de union entre los personajes divertido. Pero eso si, Diane Keaton... sobran las palabras... Divertida. a ratos triste... para pasar el rato...

Jordon J (nl) wrote: This movie was actually pretty decent mostly because of the talented Gary Oldman he's great as always,But even the story held my attention & it's worth a watch so i say SEE IT!!!

Gavin P (au) wrote: A really well made, shot and edited story/film. The use of black & white vs colour to differentiate between eras is great and it's nice to see authentic Aboriginal language being used - obviously aided greatly by David Gulpilil's great narration. The cinematography of Arnhem Land is amazing, but at it's core, it's a nice story about patience and being careful what you wish for! A very engaging and enjoyable piece of Australian cinema.

Jake H (kr) wrote: Windtalkers is terrible.But it's also funny!For people who know me well enough, that response may be a wee bit weird to be coming from me. As a lover of history, I typically rage on WWII themed films that completely and utterly butcher the historical source material they were making a shitty attempt to bring to life. This is a beyond botched attempt at making a serious war film, but instead of wallowing in resentment, I found myself laughing at just how over the top and absurd the movie was. Which is pretty much everything a World War II movie shouldn't be.The story is supposed to be based on the exploits of the Navajo Code Talkers, a small bunch of Native Americans who used their language in order to transmit a near unbreakable code, keeping their Japanese foes from deciphering it. You honestly wouldn't think that from watching the movie. Instead, the main plot of the film revolves around a war weary Marine played by the legendary Nicholas Cage with his aimbot and infinite ammo cheats cranked way the f**k up. This movie tries to be this really deep thing with the whole Code Talker angle, but in all actuality, this is one of the most generic, and completely bat-shit crazy war films I have ever seen. John Woo's over-the-top style worked with Face/Off, because that was an over-the-top movie. Combine a story that's supposed to be emotional, dramatic, and serious with a style that is anything BUT serious, and you get action scenes that are WAAAYY too silly and bombastic, and some characters and dialogue that come from just about every clich in the How To Guide for Making a War Film. I lost count of how many times I bursted out laughing.Windtalkers is a horribly hysterical movie. No other way to describe it.

Blondie (gb) wrote: Not as good as the second one but its still pretty close

Paul D (jp) wrote: As political conspiracy's go, this is a wordy, but intense watch with plenty of tension throughout.

Anatoly S (au) wrote: A great documentary about the drug business in the US humorously presented as a "How To" guide. Really well made and covers a variety of drug-related topics. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED