The Portuguese Nun

The Portuguese Nun

A young French actress in Lisbon to shoot a movie is intrigued by a nun she sees kneeling in the chapel where she is filming.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Portuguese,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mother,   actress,   nun,  

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The Portuguese Nun torrent reviews

Viv E (fr) wrote: B2 - Ajith's answer to Al Pacino's Scarface :D

Grant S (de) wrote: Quirky Australian comedy, though it helps a lot if you love cricket (as I do). Bitter-sweet, with some great comedic moments. The drama side had potential, exploring growing up and moving on with your life, but that side stumbles and goes nowhere. Could have made an interesting point.Plot is quite clumsy and unsophisticated. The lack of polish is a source of charm, to an extent.Decent performances from Stephen Curry, Brendon Curry and Damon Gameau in the lead roles. Solid supporting performances, with the stand-out being the stunningly beautiful Pallavi Sharda.

Eli T (es) wrote: One of the worst movies in the history of film. Utterly horrendous garbage.

Doug B (ru) wrote: The juxtaposition of the youthful, idealistic free thinking Black scorpion and the beleaguered, war ridden calamity that is Baghdad is indeed appropriate for our modern day. Although there's not really enough material here to keep you gripped for 90 minutes, you leave the cinema reminded of how lucky we are to live in a stable country that's not been America's toilet paper for the last 6 years.

Jamie C (ca) wrote: Alright I suppose no need for it to be made though, And not a scratch on Bruce Almighty.

Greg W (us) wrote: just classic pre-code hijinx

Matt H (ag) wrote: Beautiful, crazy imagery, but didn't hold my interest beyond that.

Olly S (kr) wrote: WOW. Within the first minute of this incredible movie I was enraptured, and it didn't once lose me until the credits. One day after watching it and I'm still crying. It had me laughing and crying continuosly throughout, the acting is superb, very sharp writing, great pacing, wonderful story and it ignited my heart and made so many memories, joyous and painful, rush back. I love this kind of Irish wit and creative style. Each February I scour through all the Oscar nominated movies and try to watch them all, and I'm sad to see that Sing Street isn't up there with them as it's genuinely better, more enjoyable and well put together than a lot of Oscar films. Watching this movie, especiially seeing the love story unfold between Conor and Raphina, made my heart feel like falling in love, I could really feel that, and that speaks wonders of the storytelling skill of this movie. The casting was perfect, and each character's role in the story and how they were performed was great. Aiden Gillen (Littlefinger) was a great pick as Conor's father. I shall be watching out keenly for future work from Ferdia Walsh-Peelo (Conor) and Lucy Boynton (Raphina). I see that Ferdia will be in the new upcoming season of Vikings as Alfred The Great. Fantastic, as I'm already a big fan of Vikings and after seeing Sing Street, I'll be even more looking forward to seeing the new season with Ferdia's performing skill. I'm amazed that Sing Street is his first movie, and then landing the very prestigious role of Alfred in Vikings! Possibly a new Heath Ledger esque actor on the rise? Would love to see him cast in Game of Thrones and star alongside Aiden Gillen if possible! And as for Lucy Boynton, great performance indeed, and I remember seeing her in Miss Potter. Similarly to Ferdia, I look forward to seeing Lucy in future movies, perhaps in Game of Thrones as well as Ferdia?? Anyway... Sing Street, highly recommended. Still crying...