Follows a precocious, eleven-year-old Allan, who tries desperately to keep his dysfunctional, rural family together during the social upheavals of the early seventies. Allan reveres his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Art of Crying
Follows a precocious, eleven-year-old Allan, who tries desperately to keep his dysfunctional, rural family together during the social upheavals of the early seventies. Allan reveres his ...
You may also like
The Art of Crying torrent reviews
Hctor V (kr) wrote: nuevamente una pelcula muy dura sobre la situacin de los kurdos. fotografa espectacular y escenas de gran belleza en la historia de un artista que va al encuentro de su destino.
Christopher H (kr) wrote: There is enough going on in this Mark Ruffalo production to keep things interesting, but never outstanding. Christopher Thornton is a new enough face to keep the film exciting, yet the dialogue and plot tend to hold him down. Ruffalo's performance compliments the film nicely, but over all, the rest of the cast misses their mark, or perhaps never even reaches it.
Conor M (ag) wrote: this was a lot of fun to watch. good characters, good acting, fun interactions.
Nick M (ag) wrote: This re-imagining of the Body Snatchers story feels more like cheap horror than other incarnations of the story. However it still manages to be entertaining, but mostly forgettable.
Stuart K (ru) wrote: From French director Jean-Jacques Beineix (Diva (1981), Moon In The Gutter (1983) and IP5: L'le aux pachydermes (1992)) and based on the 1985 novel by Philippe Djian. This is a steamy yet engaging erotic romantic drama which focuses on all the phrases of a relationship. The good thing about the film is that nearly 30 years on, it hasn't aged at all, and it's still socially relevant today as it was back in 1986. On a beach shack on the South coast of France lives Betty (Batrice Dalle) and Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade), a passionate couple. Zorg works as a handyman, and is painting the 500 beach shacks in the community. But, Betty's temper causes Zorg to nearly lose his job, so they both leave for Paris, where after reading some of Zorg's work that he's written, and she urges him to try and take up writing again. But, Zorg finds rejection at every corner. They live with Eddy (Grard Darmon), but when he inherits a piano shop in rural France, Betty and Zorg move out there with Eddy to breathe new life into their relationship, and they try for parenthood. It's a compelling and moving film, and it's beautifully made as well. It's tone is all over the place, going from passionate drama to amusing farce, however it manages to work well. The 3 hour directors cut might seem a chore, but it isn't, it's a pleasure to watch and it lives up to it's hype.
Kc E (jp) wrote: A cliche to its genre that offers absolutely nothing new.
Byron B (kr) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR
Ilsa L (gb) wrote: Loved this movie and the book!
laura b (jp) wrote: Wasn' a bad film but it started out really boring. And only really got interesting towards the end, the plot was good it just needed more action.