The Devil's Violinist
The life story of Italian violinist and composer, Niccolò Paganini, who rose to fame as a virtuoso in the early 19th Century.
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Paul B (ag) wrote: I found this film by chance at a local store and I really did enjoy this film, the only problem for me was that it was all in French! Which meant you had to sit there reading the subtitles. I would love to see an English/American version
Jonathan P (mx) wrote: A powerful Mexican film (I haven't seen many but this is the best I have seen thus far) that is wonderfully acted and though provoking. Young Carlos Padilla does a simply amazing job for such a young actor and it surprises me he has only been in one other movie since. Dealing with the El Salvadorian Civil War, Voces Inocentes deals with the loss of innocence to the children war effects. There were some overly cheesy sentimental moments but for the most part this is as close to perfect as Hispanic movies can get. I am sure it will grow on me the next time I watch it.
Justin H (ca) wrote: I loved it. As someone who grew up in the South, I appreciated the fact that it wasn't just an American union propaganda piece.
Damien K (it) wrote: Hey, I know these people!
Winny C (au) wrote: Past and the future other says that they want to go back on their past life for the revision of mistakes & missed opportunities they had... this movie shows that the mistakes in past the future will gonna cope into a right consequences for it's circumstances... it's really funny that naive or uncivilized person use modern technology in new generation... i luv this film so enjoying and relaxing...
Dave L (mx) wrote: I wish this was out on DVD. Saw it years ago on VHS and loved it.
Allan C (kr) wrote: A very classy production directed by the excellent Sydney Pollock, but for all of this films strengths, and there were many, the meandering story and rather cold characters weaken the overall film. It wants to be "Casablanca" in pre-Castro Cuba, but for all the it's self seriousness, the film never comes close to that level of greatness. However, it's still worth watching for the gorgeous photography and production design, as well as for some great performances, particularly Alan Arkin in a supporting role.
Alex S (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good thriller with Alec Baldwin playing a nutter.
Shawn W (kr) wrote: Man returns home after 15 years away to mend fences with his family after an incident tore them apart. Decent, not great. Have always thought Swayze was pretty good though.
Bill C (jp) wrote: Only a dozen years into the "talking picture" era, Darryl F. Zanuck and John Ford triumph. The social and geo-political context of 1941 makes the development of this film even more remarkable. Note: For those who choose to whine about how this film was picked over Citizen Caine, you may want to consider 1941's de facto Best Picture Of The Year : The Maltese Falcon.
David S (ag) wrote: A great movie. Showing typical stereotypes of the nerds and the jocks, it brings a new light and perspective to the high school drama. A very enjoyable movie.