The Hairdresser's Husband
The film begins in a flashback from the titular character, Antoine. We are introduced to his fixation with female hairdressers which began at a young age. The film uses flashbacks throughout and there are frequent parallels drawn with the past. We are unsure what Antoine has done with his life, however we know he has fulfilled his childhood ambition, to marry a haidresser.
- Stars:Jean Rochefort, Anna Galiena, Roland Bertin, Maurice Chevit, Philippe Clévenot, Jacques Mathou, Claude Aufaure, Albert Delpy, Henry Hocking, Ticky Holgado, Michèle Laroque, Anne-Marie Pisani, Pierre Meyrand, Yveline Ailhaud, Julien Bukowski,
- Director:Patrice Leconte,
- Writer:Claude Klotz, Patrice Leconte
Twelve-year-old Antoine falls profoundly in love with a voluptuous but suicidal hairdresser, a formative experience he never forgets. Much later in life, he seeks to repeat his romance by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hairdresser's Husband torrent reviews
(it) wrote: The end is kind of beautiful, but it's slow going getting there. The translator character helps lighten the mood.
(gb) wrote: I've become addicted to this story and I love these movies!
(it) wrote: This movie is by far the best movie I have ever seen and I would highly recommend it.
(au) wrote: Sadly didn't get my attention.
(ag) wrote: 2016-01-08 fairly entertaining
(ag) wrote: Journalists cover the war in Sarajevo.Michael Winterbottom's film has its heart in the right place. Attempting to expose the violence and atrocities of war and their effects on children is admirable, but what's missing is a clear, central story arc; the film finds it about forty-five minutes into the film, but it's too late. What is more, the film is a combination of news footage and live action shots; this works, but Winterbottom over-uses the trick.Overall, I found it hard to dislike Welcome to Sarajevo, but I must admit that the story flounders.
(es) wrote: was ok ,looked low budget but good if ur into martial arts.
(fr) wrote: i prefer Tsai's slow-pace movies... (goodbye dragon inn & wayward cloud)
(nl) wrote: Bill Murray stars and directs in this inoffensive, lightweight black comedy about a band of would-be bank robbers caught in the middle of a rapidly unfurling master plan. The plot is typically loose, silly and predictable, a narrow-sighted exercise on the same level as Mr. Mom or Stir Crazy, but still manages to slip in a few biting observations about the period's culture... most of which are validated by Murray's deliciously sardonic delivery. Costars Geena Davis and Randy Quaid are often just along for the ride, though, delivering bad lines with all the subtlety of a brick to the face, and nobody ever seems to take their predicament terribly seriously. Practically bad but inexplicably charming, like many of its genre-mates from the late '80s, it's good for a few shockingly large laughs but wilts under closer examination.
(it) wrote: dosnt seem to me too many viewer's out there when it comes to this exceptional movie. if you're unfamiliar with it...try to track it down, you will not be dissapointed! based on a korean war vet who looses it & end's up in the looney bin(i know of a few that ended up in a facility, but not like this horror show.) dennis hopper also has a great part & is fantastic. i highly reccomend it!
(mx) wrote: Disney presents its 15th animated film, Lady and the Tramp. Lady is a brand-new dog that is brought into the home of a lovely couple. Lady gets all the attention she can ask for and is raised well and could not be happier. One day she is struck, and she is unable to figure out why. She consults with her two friend dogs Jock and Trusty and they tell her a baby is on the way. She also encounters a stray dog Tramp who tells her that soon things will be taking a turn for the worse, as all the focus will soon be on the baby and not on her. The baby is soon born, and Aunt Sarah comes to watch the baby. This is where the movie really takes a turn. Lady is confronted with two devilish Siamese cats named Si and Am, and a vicious rat that enters the baby's room, and is forced to wear a muzzle. Between these events she is thrown out of the house, and eventually runs away to roam the streets with Tramp. With Tramp, she learns the lower-class side of being a dog, where you have to find your own food, fight off other stray dogs, and deal with the being locked up in the pound. Lady and the Tramp may be the best film for encapsulating the various struggles that a dog may go through. The parallel between Lady being a high-class dog, and Tramp being a stray was quite enjoyable. Trusty and Jock were excellent side characters. Lady and the Tramp does not particularly have a stand out soundtrack, or even a compelling villain. Despite this, the film has tons of character and some excellent scenes which of course include the iconic spaghetti eating scene. The film ages fairly well and is under rated in a crowded field of excellent Disney films. -11.12.2016
(fr) wrote: kinda tedious...very Scottish...amusing dancing...
(ru) wrote: A dreadful pro-Israel propaganda! The poor but very brave jews are outnumbered and attacked by the arabs who "never loved them!!" and who are actually portrayed as anything but human! Even the new historians in Israel have proved since the 1980s that this zionist version of the story of the creation of Israel is absolutely false. The performances were the worst I've seen in any historical movie. This movie should be thrown into the trash!
(gb) wrote: This film had a very good plot and I didn't think it was possible to have one this good having watched the old series in full. It started off well, however, the extended battle sequences and never ending battle(s) let it down a bit, and significantly dulls the outcome of the plot in the end.
(au) wrote: This Movie Was Really Inappropriate Like Really and Really Funny! And I Liked That It Was A Parody To Scream It Was GOOD FUNNY INAPPROPRIATE BUT STILL GOOD!
(es) wrote: "Once in...There's no way out."Texas Killing Fields had the potential to be one of those rare and memorable suspense thrillers that actually work; it had a strong cast, the cinematography was beautifully executed by Stuart Dryburgh creating a depressing atmosphere fitting the tone of the story, and an interesting premise. But somewhere along the way the execution didn't work and the film failed to live up to its potential. I can't say if it was the script or the editing, but the story felt incomplete and incoherent at times. Ami Canaan Mann, Michael Mann's daughter, failed to dig deeper into the storyline and the result was a sort of disjointed film. I still enjoyed the film for the atmosphere and suspense it was creating, but the two different story lines never seemed to be fully developed and I couldn't help but feel that something was left out in the editing floor. I kept on expecting more, but I was disappointed despite the solid performances. I'm a fan of gritty detective stories, and this film does succeed in being gritty and dark, but the detective elements of the story never added up. I'm currently watching the HBO series, True Detective, and that show absolutely gets everything that this movie didn't, right. Skip this film and watch True Detective instead.Inspired by true events, Don Ferrarone wrote the screenplay about a series of murders taking place in the Texas Killing Fields. When the film opens we are introduced to Detectives Mike Sauder (Sam Worthington) and Brian Heigh (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) who are investigating a murder that took place near a gas station. Brian receives a call from Detective Pam Stall (Jessica Chastain) about a missing woman who she believes might be yet another victim of a serial killer who leaves the bodies of young girls in the abandoned Texas Killing Fields. Pam is Mike's ex-wife and Mike insists that they can't help her because those cases are out of their jurisdiction and they have to solve this case they are in now. However they still try to help out while working on their case. Brian is a loving father who takes an interest in a young girl named Ann (Chloe Grace Moretz) who comes from an abusive dysfunctional family, while Mike is more of a loner. Mike's clues lead him to investigate two local criminals (one of them played by Jason Clarke), while Brian is more focused on finding the serial killer in the dangerous Killing Fields. Both investigations really caught my attention, but unfortunately one of them was kind of left out and forgotten at the end leaving me feeling a bit disappointed. The two main actors give solid performances, but their characters share the typical cliches found in other buddy cop films. Chastain is a seriously talented actress, but unfortunately her character didn't have much to work with. She has little screen time and is underused. I'm a huge fan of Chloe Grace Moretz and I have seen most of her films, but her character doesn't do much in this story either. None of the characters were developed too well and the film basically focused on the police procedural that began promising but got off track really quick by presenting two disjointed story lines. I can see how this film might work for some people because it has a talented cast, but I just felt it was a bit disjointed and incomplete. I'm still glad they made a film about this side of America that is usually not presented in Hollywood.
(mx) wrote: Drunk? Stoned? Brilliant? Dead? Walk through any neighborhood in America.
(au) wrote: Way more than I expected. Funny as hell and moving too. This is more than just a "gay movie".