The Fish Fall in Love
After 22 years, Aziz decides to return to his hometown, to sell some family possessions, including the house where he was born. But for his astonishment, the place is now a small restaurant, run by four women, one of them a girl whom he once dated. Attieh, the girl, tries to convince him not to sell the place by, instead of telling him a story a day as Sheherazade, cooking him a delicious dish every day.
After 22 years, Aziz decides to return to his hometown, to sell some family possessions, including the house where he was born. But for his astonishment, the place is now a small restaurant... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fish Fall in Love torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Very thrilling with a light indicator, but its ending was too simple
(de) wrote: This is a movie you have to watch when you get caught in the day to day routine and forget about what life is about. Awesome movie!Plus Michael Angarano (Sky High) could easily be the next Shia Lebouf if they give him a shot.
(br) wrote: an all-around "meh."
(au) wrote: The term "Coming of Age" has become somewhat of a clich, but director Paul Morrison has given audiences such a well-crafted, beautifully-rendered tale, that an obligatory inclusion by this reviewer of the term will be quite forgiven here. Think: Air Raid Araby. It tends to be heavy-handed at times, but the spot-on performances carry the weight splendidly. In this PG-13-rated drama Wondrous Oblivion, a young Jewish boy (Sam Smith III) learns to tackle adversity in post-war 1940s England after his Jamaican neighbors teach him the game of cricket. A cross between Barry Levinson's American fable Avalon and the British hit Billy Elliot, Wondrous Oblivion wears its well-worn adversity theme like a badge...but, because the scenario is wholly original, not to point of being over-bearing. Rather, this import plays out breezily, stumbling only slightly when the story veers off into an unnecessary sub-plot featuring the boy's mother (Woof) and mentor neighbor (Lindo). Should they remain oblivious to this rub, however, moviegoers will enjoy two hours of near-wonderment. Bottom line: Wondrously told.
(mx) wrote: Without a doubt the best portrayal of the characters in the book I've ever seen. While the characters are unlikable, that is more the fault of Homer than anyone in the movie. Paris is supposed to be a spoiled rich sissy who ends up pissing off Sparta because he took what wasn't his. Achilles was an arrogant but skilled fighter that used Agamemnon's need for his skill to spoil himself with women and drink. I could name each character, but you get the point. They pull off the characters amazingly well. The only real drawback to the movie is the rest of it, any historical accuracy is thrown out the window(the source material begins 10 years into the siege of Troy), the fight scenes, while nice, are overdone and far too well choreographed. They look more like dances than actual fighting. Take out the overdone and unbelievable fighting and put in the visceral, chaotic, and violent combat(and take everyone out of those fancy leather dresses they call armor), show just how long and exhausting the siege of Troy was, and put in the more chaotic fight scenes from Gladiator and you've got a 5 star film.Also, ignore the critics who talk about the plot or characters, they have clearly never read the Iliad, because the acting is spot on.
(it) wrote: Despus de ver El Octavo da y Mr. Nobody, las dos pelculas, a pesar de ser dirigidas por la misma persona me parecan totalmente diferentes. Pero ahora lo entiendo todo, despus de haber visto Toto le Hros.Jaco Van Dormael tom varias ideas de su primer filme y las utiliz para sus pelculas posteriores que, sin embargo, siguen siendo distintas unas de otras. Y es que con slo tres largometrajes, no es muy difcil repetirse.Desde sta, su primera cinta, ya podemos ver el talento de Van Dormael para contar historias de una manera original e interesante.El relato transcurre alrededor de la vida de Thomas, desde sus primeros aos, hasta sus ltimos momentos. Durante su vida atraviesa por varias situaciones problemticas, que se ven reflejadas durante toda la pelcula.Todo sto es presentado mientras disfrutamos de una poco sorprendente, pero agradable fotografa, una no tan variada pero emotiva banda sonora y varios momentos graciosos, con dilogos divertidos y bien pensados, adems de varias secuencias acomodadas de manera no lineal.Thomas vive siempre atormentado y semi-deprimido por el recuerdo de su hermana, y la vida que, segn l, intercambi con Alfred. Sin embargo, al final en los ltimos instantes de su vida, se da cuenta de que Alfred siempre lo envidi y que su vida no haba sido tan desastrosa despus de todo. Thomas muere felizmente llevndose a la tumba todo aquello que le hizo falta durante su existencia.Toto le Hros nos permite darnos cuenta de que la vida de todo ser es imperfecta y que debemos valorar los buenos momentos. No vale la pena vivir lamentndose, si puedes estar alegre por otras razones.Una comedia-drama muy particular y cautivadora totalmente disfrutable.
(it) wrote: Waxwork is a horror comedy about a group of teenagers who go into a wax museum, only to be magically made a part of the exhibits and never heard from again. The movie cleverly squeezes so many horror movie moments into it that it's instantly enjoyable. You have werewolves, vampires, zombies, and even Marquis de Sade on display, literally. It's not so much scary as it fun, sort of in the vein of something like Creepshow. Even though it does have some moments where there's some genuine suspense and horror to it, there's just no way that you can take any of it seriously. It's just a fun little movie that doesn't try to be anything more than what it is. Look no further than John Rhys Davies turning into a werewolf. Need I say more?