The Little Hut
Sir Philip Ashlow (Stewart Granger), his neglected wife, Lady Ashlow (Ava Gardner) and his best friend Henry Brittingham-Brett (David Niven) are shipwrecked on a desert island. This potential ménage à trois where the two men compete for the lady's attention is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of a fourth inhabitant of the island.
- Stars:Ava Gardner, Stewart Granger, David Niven, Walter Chiari, Finlay Currie, Jean Cadell, Jack Lambert, Henry Oscar, Viola Lyel, Jaron Yaltan, Richard Wattis,
- Director:Mark Robson,
- Writer:André Roussin (play), Nancy Mitford (adaptation), F. Hugh Herbert
Three people, Susan and Philip Ashlow and Henry Brittingham-Brett are washed ashore on a deserted island after a shipwreck. Henry is Susan's lover. Since the island is filled with things to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Little Hut torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Smart and poignant , "The Sessions" is an emotionally satisfying character study topped off with some excellent performances.
(gb) wrote: Un loooong build up menant une finale prenante. 2h de "drame d'espionnage", 30 minutes de combat tactique dans le noir, un film bien ficel.
(ag) wrote: Although I did see it, I would love to see it again! Great movie. Thank you Joshua Marston, thank you Andamion Murataj et al.Mark K. Shkreli
(it) wrote: Nothing uncomfortable at all about watching a movie that involves a teenage girl that is first molested and then has an affair with a man twice her age. Just when you think that the movie is going to end well for the poor child, she goes and says something creepy and that is how the movie ends.
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(br) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
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(br) wrote: One of the best plus it's the only mecha godzilla movie where it's just godzilla and Mechagodzilla without any other monsters interrupting the fight like no king ceasar no Mothra and no rodan
(mx) wrote: Great movie. Very moving.
(mx) wrote: This is an awesome movie with an awesome cast. Claire Danes, Lena Olin and Gabriel Byrne all actors that I love. Especially Lena Olin, we dont see enough of her in movies.
(ru) wrote: another interesting chapter, closer glimpse of the history between eastern and westeners,hehe....love huang fei hong!!!:p
(gb) wrote: A disgusting, loathsome piece of filth. One of the worst excuses for children's entertainment I've seen. Everyone involved should be ashamed.
(ca) wrote: Excellent story telling, directing, and cinematography!
(ru) wrote: 131220: Not having seen this "Rashomon", I like to think my view of this film is a little less biased. I like this movie except for a couple minor points. Right out of the gate I was sucked in. It reminded me of "The Ox-Bow Incident", another black and white western classic. A couple well-known actors. A unique and meaningful story presented in an equally unique and meaningful way. Midway through, a little bad acting combined with some poor special effects tempered my enthusiasm a bit, but I will no doubt be watching this movie again, if not acquiring it for my collection. I'll have to research how was received when released in 1964? Have a strong desire to know more about this film which is a good thing. And, I'll likely watch this "Rashomon" now. Just have to know.
(ru) wrote: A solid Nicholas Cage film.
(gb) wrote: A simple yet intriguing thriller all thanks to its plot line and plot twist ending.
(mx) wrote: This won't make me forget the love I have for Malick, but it sure tries.