The Dust Factory
Ryan is a teenager who lacks the ability to speak. One day, Ryan falls off a bridge and he finds himself transported to a strange fantasy world where he encounters his Grandpa Randolph (Armin Mueller-Stahl) and a pretty girl named Melanie (Hayden Panettiere); together, Ryan and Melanie learn to help one another with their problems, and they both discover the wisdom they can gain from elders like Grandpa Randolph.
- Stars:Armin Mueller-Stahl, Hayden Panettiere, Ryan Kelley, Kim Myers, George De La Pena, Michael Angarano, Peter Horton, Kyle Hansen, Ted Roisum, Ayanna Berkshire, Shuhe, Robert Blanche,
- Director:Eric Small,
- Writer:Eric Small
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The Dust Factory torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This is a beautiful film that addresses a seldom touched topic. The characters were perfectly flawed and understandable.
(br) wrote: So painfully awful, so awfully painful.
(mx) wrote: I'm fixated with the story, firstly because is about the sick relationship that servants in general have with their masters; secondly because the case is fascinating and the killing and its circumstances are so bizarre...; and finally because it makes people think about social classes, incest and isolation.
(jp) wrote: A wonderful, deeply thrilling work with a hint of hitchcock Rear-Window to keep you on the edge of your senses. I would see a few more times :-)
(kr) wrote: Wouldn't recommend it. The new one is better.
(nl) wrote: Efficient and serviceable giallo but certainly not great. The score by Ennio Morricone is the most memorable aspect of the film... in fact, I would go as far as to say it's one of the best he's ever composed. In addition, the atmosphere is rich and textured - very reminiscent to Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now". However, the plotting is practically non-existent with the killer's identity coming out of left field (no clues are established to make the culprit guessable).The film is all style and no substance, causing it to be hollow and unsatisfactory. However, the film is recommended for Morricone's score alone.
(es) wrote: A great coming of age film, albeit with a relatively silly attempt to portray incest sympathetically. Aside from that, it's worth watching.
(br) wrote: Beautifully and matter-of-factly presents/performs Bach's life and work(s) without falling into any Christian, Romantic, or just plain bourgeois mystifying/fetishizing ideological traps.
(fr) wrote: Not a great movie from Robert Wise, but it's very enjoyable. Paul Newman (who replaced James Dean as the film's star after the actor's untimely death) is pretty good in the role that launched him to stardom, and to quote a line from a review I really like by Bosley Crowther of The New York Times, ''Robert Wise's direction is fast, aggressive and bright, and the picture is edited to give it a tremendous crispness and pace.'' Winner of 2 Oscars back in 1956 -- Best Cinematography (Black and White) & Best Art Direction.
(ca) wrote: Not what i expected it to be
(gb) wrote: Despite an interesting cast the story is convoluted? until it gets interesting at the end.
(ag) wrote: This was the very first Bourne movie I've ever seen and at the time, I really enjoyed it. Now, after watching the previous 3 entries, this one doesn't stand up nearly as well. The action scenes, while good, don't match up against the action of the previous films. The acting calibur seemed to take a step backward and the story did not seem as interesting. I'm sorry but Edward Norton doesn't even stand close to Joan Allen as the head officer behind the giant screen trying to track our main protagonist. Jeremy Renner does make a good hero (Aaron Cross) but he doesn't get that much of a backstory or even one as interesting as Jason Bourne's. Rachel Weisz was pretty mediocre too. This film just ended up feeling boring. The science of how these agents work was an interesting angle to take but i'm immediately disinterested because quite frankly, I still don't understand how Aaron Cross is ascoitated with Jason Bourne, Treadstone, or any of that stuff. As it's own movie, I think this film would have worked better because then there wouldn't have to be constant little moments that remind us what movie universe we are in. I'd say, just stick with the first 3 entries. They are fantastic. While this one is a little underwhelming.
(es) wrote: It's predictable and silly, but it's also very sweet. I enjoyed it.