The Genesis Children
A charismatic leader and a high-spirited student group are on holiday in Italy. The surreal adventures of these friends are a free-flowing, four-part "multi-sensual symphony," bereft of traditional story line. One national critic described the boys' anarchic revelry as a "dream-like descent from civilization into the chaos reminiscent of Lord of the Flies."
- Stars:Vincent Child, Greg Hill, Peter Glawson, David Johnson, Jack Good, Butch Burr, Max Adams, Bubba Collins, Mike Good,
- Director:Anthony Aikman,
- Writer:Anthony Aikman, Billy Byars, Barbara Smith
A group of teen boys go to Rome in this controversial art film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Genesis Children torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Tengo que admitir que he tenido un perodo donde he estado obsesionada con los documentales de fitness. Como mencion antes, me llenan de inspiracin y motivacin ver como estos atletas logran lo imposible. En Generation Iron slo puedo opinar como espectadora porque el Fisicoculturismo es algo con lo cual no he tenido experiencia, pero este documental nos da un vistazo a lo que conlleva entrenar para el Mr. Olympia, algo as como los Oscars de este deporte. Estos atletas se comprometen alma y cuerpo para lograr los objetivos que se proponen. El culto al cuerpo nunca ha estado ms claro que al escuchar estas historias.
(jp) wrote: purely voyeuristic purposes,
(us) wrote: Better than the third film.
(fr) wrote: Green Street can be cringeworthy in places but once you are immersed in the total nonsense its possible to actually feel emotional towards the end in what is a very entertaining movie.
(de) wrote: Don't like idealized love stories. Making seemed ok.
(gb) wrote: A movie near perfection. Excellent acted movie that delivers everything promised. The only drawback is they took many liberties that never happened in real life.
(es) wrote: religious experience even for atheists
(nl) wrote: (28%)While it does have something to offer in its final quarter, this is too dry and badly paced to be anything other than a 1950's B-movie sci-fi fan's favourite. The cast are quite capable, but they play every scene so damn seriously that they almost deserve a medal for keeping a straight face during some of the more clunky writing and quite stupid monster attacks. The monsters themselves are for a good portion of the movie totally invisible, but when they actually do show up in visible form the movie finally becomes something to enjoy as essentially human brains with spines attached start attacking the main characters making this almost worth watching. Anyone with any interest in bad old movies (Robot monster, Manos, etc) should give this a look, even if it is actually a lot better made than the lower end and therefore less fun.
(es) wrote: The idea may be a bit intriguing, but the execution falls way beyond short. The death scenes which are what the series is most iconic for are very lacking. I understand they beefed them up for squeals, but I can't imagine why they would since this movie is so underwhelming. And the acting, the acting in this is atrocious. No one delivers a believable or motivated performance. It is the text book definition of bland acting, not caring in the slightest. I thought the original would be better than the sequels, yet somehow it may be worse. What a waste.
(kr) wrote: CAST EXCELLENT - GREAT FILM