The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker

In 1950s Australia, beautiful, talented dressmaker Tilly returns to her tiny hometown to right wrongs from her past. As she tries to reconcile with her mother, she starts to fall in love while transforming the fashion of the town.

In 1950s Australia, beautiful, talented dressmaker Tilly returns to her tiny hometown to right wrongs from her past. Thanks to her sewing machine and haute couture style, she transforms the women and exacts revenge on those who did her wrong. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dressmaker torrent reviews

Gaby P (de) wrote: I don't know if I intend to watch this one.. i honestly want to watch the French version of this movie. I want La Seydoux!

Don F (mx) wrote: It's hard to find the words of what I want to say. This subject is dangerous.

Greg W (es) wrote: year s/b 2005 not 2007

Martin K (kr) wrote: loved the Carol Burnett was in it. great cute little musical, everyone needs a quikc pick me up

Mike P (jp) wrote: The 80s cult classic that predicted where were at now with our public schools in terms of violence. Exaggerated: absoluety. Cheesy? Without a doubt. All time cult classic favorite? Absolutely. All the classic 80s elements in place to entertain on many levels to different people because there is a little bit here for everyone who loves these type of forgotten gems. The director of such other 80s classics such as Commando delivers in all the right areas setting up an unforgettable battle between teacher and student that ends more viciously than it began.

Nick P (jp) wrote: Despite its somewhat comedic moments and unsatisfying conclusion, Bug uses its surroundings and creepy visuals to form a tense, fairly well-written plot led by two solid lead performances by Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon.

Ruth A (au) wrote: I think this is my favorite Robert Mitchum movie. It's a great, epic story full of tons of family dysfunction. Also one of my favorite George Peppard performances. He is AMAZING. :)

Kenny O (br) wrote: Not as funny as series!

Eeb W (mx) wrote: If I am not mistaken this is William H. Macy's directorial debut. As far as first time directors go he did fairly well because he got the most important p art of ta story right: the human element.Emotional and tender is how I would describe the mood of this film. Sam (Crudup) is unable to cope with his son's death in a college-campus shooting. Even two years later he has a hard time admitting he even had a son in the first place as he is content with living the rest of his life alone on his boat. The discovery of his son's demo tapes opens a channel for him to get to know his reticent son better. He decides to sing one of his songs at an open mic night, which leads to a new relationship with a idiosyncratic, young man named Quentin (Yelchin). The odd-couple connects by means of beautiful music and eventually form a band: Rudderless. Unbeknownst to the rest of his band mates, Sam is presenting his dead son's songs as his own as he edges them closer to fame. I loved this movie, but I cannot rate a movie of visceral emotion alone. The premise of the story is sad on its own. Also, a lot of the emotional engagement stems from the beautifully written original songs themselves. I've actually downloaded them into my phone I loved them so much. But as much as story goes the emotional rise and falls seem to be intricately planned out to the tee, which is not a good thing if I you see them coming. Just as too much of a good thing starts to happen it is fairly obvious to the audience that there will be something else to set them back in 5-4-3-2-Selena Gomez. On the other hand, a lot of the intrigue comes from what will happen to this great of youngsters-plus-Crudup. One does not simply halt a great band from materializing into a real success, but can Crudup handle fame in light of his glum past? I'm giving this film... 3 successful tear-inducing moments out of 4 because to disregard the beautiful song lyrics as not being a part of the writing is not fair. Music is key to the plot, and the lyrics of these songs alone are better written than most full-length features coming out today. Also, Checkov from Star Trek is in it, so. Just a thought ;P P.S. SPOILER: If my girlfriend looked like Selena Gomez, I wouldn't have committed suicide...