Tales That Witness Madness
Dr Tremayne is an enigmatic Psychiatrist running an asylum housing four very special cases. Visited by colleague Nicholas, Tremayne explains his amazing and controversial theories as to why each of the four patients went mad...cue four distinct tales each with a different set of characters.
- Category:General, Mystery
- Stars:Matsunosuke Onoe, Kim Novak, Georgia Brown, Joan Collins, Jack Hawkins, Donald Houston, Michael Jayston, Suzy Kendall, Peter McEnery, Michael Petrovitch, Donald Pleasence, Russell Lewis, Leslie Nunnerley, Leon Lissek, Mary Tamm, David Wood,
- Director:Freddie Francis,
- Writer:Jennifer Jayne
Dr Tremayne is an enigmatic Psychiatrist running a Futuristic asylum housing four very special cases. Visited by colleague Nicholas, Tremayne explains his amazing and controversial theories... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tales That Witness Madness torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: It's a great film for me. I didn't expect the reason why her mom got lost.
(it) wrote: This movie is so bad it's hilarious! Come on if you were expecting a great movie you're the fool! Come on lighten up and enjoy it
(jp) wrote: Pe alocuri extraordinar, pe alocuri tamp
(gb) wrote: Ricki Lake is so good in this film.
(ag) wrote: The Sick and Funny Prequel to Basket Case i like this whole Bunch of Monsters
(br) wrote: Ahhh Jeff nooooooooo - this was pretty bad (but your hair in this was worse) and Rowan? You weren't cut out to play a bastardly sort; and where I admit I had a few giggles nothing could help me recover from Jeff's bad hair - and the rollicking sex scene with Emma Thompson - was just ..weird. The "Elephant!" man musical was amusing though. I had never heard of this movie nearly 20 years old now and I'm both a Goldblum and Rowan Atkinson fan. I think they must have tried to buy up all the copies of this so nobody would ever see it - hahhaa Nahhhhh I've seen worse movies - but it sure wasn't good.
(br) wrote: I found this movie's concept creepy. It made me uncomfortable watching it.
(au) wrote: Fritz Lang's reworking of Clifford Odets' play (which I haven't read) probably adds an extra layer of DOOM to the proceedings, arising from the preordained destinies of the people based on their personality types (which they themselves frequently acknowledge). There is jaded, selfish Barbara Stanwyck, unwilling to commit to the traditional female roles (although she tries anyway). There is gentle bear Paul Douglas, a tolerant sentimental and perhaps foolish fisherman who she marries. There is wicked Robert Ryan, swaggering sarcastic mean-spirited but insecure, with whom she rebels. (Marilyn Monroe is here too as the impressionable young girl who looks up to Stanwyck). Although stagey at times with sometimes ostentatious dialogue (a la Odets), by the end, the characters feel lived in and real, their choices natural. Lang won't quite commit to the ending shown here, but I'd imagine that he doesn't believe it either.
(fr) wrote: This film is almost the TV series in Canada about a girl opening doors to change her past. Here we have a guy where all the family men get to travel in the past whenever they want after they reach 21 years old (I think). The nerd gets to cheat all he wants in life but he still get to learn valuable lessons, and us too. It is a nice comedy, well done, and the authors thought well of almost all of the situations we would think of. Very well thought and thoughtful. Of course this is still cheating to get the girl(s) or learning why not to get some. Nice music. Must work well for date film.
(nl) wrote: Kind of like Primal Fear with a happy ending.