The Forest Woman

The Forest Woman

Busuioc (Victor Rebengiuc), un taran bogat din Curtici isi trimite fiul Iorgovan (Adrian Pintea), impreuna cu servitorul Sofron (Serban Ionescu) in satul vecin pentru a gasi oameni la munca campului. Iorgovan este indragostit de Simina (Manuela Harabor), fiica unui taran sarac, dintr-un sat de munte, in cautarea careia pleaca. Cum si Simina ii impartaseste sentimentele ea accepta sa vina la culesul recoltei impreuna cu tatal sau. Sentimentele lui Iorgovan sunt confuze, este slab si sfasiat intre dragostea sincera pentru Simina si obstacolul prejudecatilor si diferentelor de pozitie sociala. In acest timp Sofron, tanarul servitor al acestuia, se indragosteste la randu-i de Simina. Infruntarea dintre cei doi pretendenti devine din ce in ce mai acuta, fapt care va limpezi atitudinea fiecaruia fata de femeia pe care amandoi o iubesc.

Busuioc (Victor Rebengiuc), un taran bogat din Curtici isi trimite fiul Iorgovan (Adrian Pintea), impreuna cu servitorul Sofron (Serban Ionescu) in satul vecin pentru a gasi oameni la munca campului. Iorgovan este indragostit de Simina (Manuela Harabor), fiica unui taran sarac, dintr-un sat de munte, in cautarea careia pleaca. Cum si Simina ii impartaseste sentimentele ea accepta sa vina la culesul recoltei impreuna cu tatal sau. Sentimentele lui Iorgovan sunt confuze, este slab si sfasiat intre dragostea sincera pentru Simina si obstacolul prejudecatilor si diferentelor de pozitie sociala. In acest timp Sofron, tanarul servitor al acestuia, se indragosteste la randu-i de Simina. Infruntarea dintre cei doi pretendenti devine din ce in ce mai acuta, fapt care va limpezi atitudinea fiecaruia fata de femeia pe care amandoi o iubesc. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sums I (ag) wrote: This movie just goes to show you that the National Lampoon name doesn't really mean anything anymore. This feels like a low-budget TV Movie, with a simple linear story, basic acting, and a stereotypical cast. However, it isn't "awful"... it is saved by some interesting outcomes I wasn't expecting at all, and a cast that doesn't try to hard with their limited dialogue.I don't know why they called this "Surf Party" as their is hardly any surfing, and hardly any partying. It's about a stolen surf board, and the short quest to venture from Ventura (see what I did there) into the Valley to recover it. Since this is National Lampoon branded film, you might be expecting a lot of nudity. But this film doesn't deliver much even on that front... so you will be disappointed if that is all you seek.Not much to recommend, really. If you're from Ventura or surrounding areas you'll see familiar sites (I enjoyed that aspect at least). However, the "Wonder Years" style of opening and closing seems to be a particularly cheesy flavor for this genre of film.

Kayleigh K (au) wrote: suspenseful and interusting

Tina T (br) wrote: Only cause I loved John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever.

rita j (kr) wrote: please show this film i saw it as a teenager and fell in love with movie

Katelyn B (br) wrote: It wasn't unbearable, but almost... I can't think of a more opposite pair than Steve Guttenberg and Kathleen Quinlan. Also, the whole story was a little lame. Needless to say, I never have to see this movie ever again. Ever.

Luke T (ru) wrote: Inferior sequel as so many are, offers a little more insight into the mythos of the candyman but poor script, acting and predictability make this a below average movie.

Andreas O (ru) wrote: Cute western parody and John Candy's last film. Mostly predictable, but there are some inspired parts and a few genuine laughs in there. A worthwhile film that any lover of the western genre - such as myself - is sure to enjoy.

Lori B (nl) wrote: Enjoyable Noir thriller. This is also an interesting film because it is directed by a guy, James Foley, who makes great movies but seems mostly content to let the writer's and actors'work stand in the foreground. For instance, he directed Glengarry Glen Ross, which is really known as a David Mamet film.

Sarah H (jp) wrote: One of my very favourite films ever, so moving; makes you laugh, cry, hope and despair. Beautiful film....

Aurlien A (kr) wrote: Dark as hell. Cult dialogues ! You miss a great part of them if you're not a French speaker, though.

Nathan C (br) wrote: I have no idea why critics dislike a lot of action movies, Who Knows? Maybe Rotten Tomatoes Aren't Always Right.