The Inkwell

The Inkwell

The Inkwell is about a 16-year-old boy coming of age on Martha's Vineyard in the summer of 1976.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fire,   prank,   marriage,  

Set in the summer of 1976, the film follows the adventures of Drew Tate (Larenz Tate), a shy 16-year-old from upstate New York, when he and his family spend two weeks with affluent relatives on Martha's Vineyard. Eventually all of the incidents happing there leads to a life changing event for Drew as well as his parents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Inkwell torrent reviews

Al M (gb) wrote: A slick looking, postmodern vampire tale, We Are the Night is a new take on the female vampire film. Gone are the tropes of the exploitative lesbian vampire films of Hammer Studios and Jess Franco. We Are the Night strives to be an empowering picture of women vampires, and it mostly succeeds in both its style and content. Well-made and solidly acted, it just never quite reaches a level that makes it something truly memorable...

Buggy B (de) wrote: Great acting all round, somewhat heartbreaking story of some very damaged characters. Enjoyed Nathan Fillion and the boy who playd the "son" was kinda amazing. Benjamin Bratt was a surprise in a supporting role. Made me want to hit the road.03.13

katchoo (br) wrote: a very beautifully told story about loss, memory, and grief.

amy b (ca) wrote: I LOVE this movie. My fav. part is in the kitchen disusing meat vs. vegetarianism friggin' hilarious Missi Pyle is the shiznit

Muffin M (au) wrote: I own this on DVD in a seven movie pack along with:* Conan The Barbarian (1981)* Conan The Destroyer (1984)* The Terminator (1984)* Commando (1985)* Predator (1987)* True Lies (1994)

Matt M (au) wrote: Polanski's feature film debut is an impressive example of creative low budget filmmaking and ends up a compelling tongue in cheek comment at youth and maturity juxtaposed. Both its sexual and violent tension unfold slow but in an enthralling way, due to the imaginative nature of the film which makes full use of the claustrophobic setting of the small boat which it is mostly set on, and where virtually every prop on it has its own narrative importance.

Melanie S (ru) wrote: I watched this cause I was off work sick. It was o.k. A strange match in Roberts and Nolte, but strangely it worked (in a weird kind of way). Worth seeing, but I won't be rushing out to buy it on DVD to watch again.