Twenty years ago, Tony Egan's sister went to America. Nobody ever heard of her again. But now, the message of her death arrives in her town of birth. Only days later, her only son Chad arrives, too. Obviously, his mother took a black husband. Soon, Chad falls for Aislin, who has a bit of a crush on him too. But there is an old conflict going on between her father and Chad's uncle. This conflict resurfaces and begins to draw circles, wider and wider.
- Stars:Niall Toibin, Sinéad Cusack, Luke Griffin, Phelim Drew, Donal McCann, Pierce Brosnan, Tony Rohr, Jimmy Keogh, Marcus Lynch, Birdy Sweeney, Aonghus Og McAnally, Hill Harper, Aislín McGuckin, Lorraine Pilkington, David Quinn,
- Director:Eugene Brady,
- Writer:Eugene Brady (story), Doug Mayfield (story), Jacqueline O'Neill (story), Jacqueline O'Neill (screenplay), Sean P. Steele (screenplay)
A little island off Ireland. A small town. An old conflict. Fresh wind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Nephew torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Great poetic rendition of a vampire story. Beautiful people and music.
(de) wrote: That was nearly 90 minutes I won't get back. Never would have guessed it was a subtitle Ben Affleck movie, but that aside, it was slow and generally confusing. Sure, I understood he gist of it, but there was relatively only 15-20 minutes worth of story (and especially dialogue) in this 113 minute film. Even for a subtitle movie, there was little to no dialogue. The movie was the equivalent of reading a textbook, or instruction manual... dull without a lot of information. I read some reviews about the movie winning some awards because it is meant to focus on the emotions rather than words/dialogue... well, the only emotions I kept having are: impatience & boredom (when will this be over? how much more time is left?), slight confusion (the baby, the priest, the connections of the characters, etc.), and a large dose of irritation and aggravation.
(ag) wrote: Who says filmmaking is a visual exercise?This proves that all you need is four people willing to talk.Really exciting film this is.
(fr) wrote: I can hear the feminist critiques but I still loved it in all its raunchiness
(gb) wrote: Helt ok dopfilm. Litt tung mot slutten.
(es) wrote: So freakin' awesome.
(ag) wrote: Kinda cheesy Michael Jackson movie maybe but I liked the effort to bring his story to a screen ... The story was fine ...
(kr) wrote: excelente peli colombiana
(ca) wrote: Entertaining. Could've been better. I'm not one for remakes.
(es) wrote: Other than the vast technical feat that Gus Van Sant and his regular cinematographer Harris Savides achieve by photographing with poetic scrutiny the immense emptiness of the desert wilderness, there is not much this slow-paced, agonizing film offers.
(it) wrote: Kurosawa manages to make a three hour movie about a war continuously thrilling without showing many battles or encounters and it ends on an emotional high point.
(us) wrote: This is a great family adventure/comedy. I watched this a lot with my parents when I was a kid.
(au) wrote: Though stylistically different from what Mario Bava is known for, "Rabid Dogs" is one of his best films, a savage, nihilistic crime film that subjects the viewer to an exercise in unflinching sadism. It is by no means an easy film to watch, but it works because Bava takes it so seriously and does not turn it into exploitation.
(fr) wrote: Green for Danger is such an intriguingly captivating murder mystery that one might forget when it was made. It's almost exactly like the types of mysteries that we see on television today. You don't have to be a fan of classic films to enjoy this one. It is way before its time, and is a definite must-see.
(us) wrote: Wolf Creek is intelligent , gory and brilliantly structured. This relentless thrill ride leaves you hanging on the edge of your seat. It's mise en scene and cinematography compares with that of the Teaxas Chainsaw Massacre and at time exceeds it. The suspense is timed to perfection. A technique that is often lost in modern horror. A must see for any true Horror fanatic.