When Jade, a web-cam girl, visits Takeko's tattoo studio she becomes entranced with the image of the spider lily and with Takeko as well. In order to get closer to the object of her desire, Jade asks Takeko to give her the same lily tattoo, challenging Takeko's monastic existence and opening up memories which threaten to tear the two women apart.
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Spider Lilies torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Despite Emily Deschanel and Kathleen Turner being in this movie, it was quite a stinker.
(us) wrote: A low budget thriller / mystery movie more than horror. Not many famous actors here besides John Schneider from "Smallville". The story was okey and i have seen many similar flick before but i enjoy this kind of movies. Overall a average watchable movie and well made for being low budget.
(es) wrote: Interesting comedic look at two bizarre Japanese subcultures. Not bad for female bromance flick, pretty funny in some parts with nice supplemental animation.
(de) wrote: A load of crap from start to finish
(jp) wrote: a sad story done good. great performances.
(ru) wrote: The weird bits and small quirks Curtis works into the screenplay are enjoyable (as is Julia Robert's performance) but the ever mounting cliches he also insists on drag the whole thing down.
(fr) wrote: This is okay I guess its an older disney movie
(kr) wrote: i really liked this movie. the early 90s very a great time for french films. anyway, the story was impassioned and the music was beautiful. sautet's direction was subtle and the cinematography really set the mood beautifully (so dim!). and beart is so very beautiful. so very very beautiful.
(ag) wrote: This is a funny, campy movie that needs to be seen more. A lot of fun overall and Adam West really delivers here as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin.
(fr) wrote: The story and action sequences start off well, but it can't be sustained, mainly because to much emphasis is put on romanticising the plot which deteriorates rapidly.