The Scarlet and the Black

The Scarlet and the Black

Fr. Hugh O'Flaherty is a Vatican official in 1943-45 who has been hiding downed pilots, escaped prisoners of war, and Italian resistance families. His diplomatic status in a Catholic country prevents Colonel Kappler from openly arresting him, but O'Flaherty's activities become so large that the Nazi's decide to assassinate him the next time he leaves the Vatican. O'Flaherty continues his work in a variety of disguises. Based on a true story. Written by John Vogel

Vatican efforts, lead by Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty, to save Allied POWs and downed Allied airmen as the Nazis invade Rome. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Scarlet and the Black torrent reviews

James L (us) wrote: decent story about stuff that goes wrong.. but the lead actor doesn't have the poise or charisma to pull off as a casanova and makes story unreal

Christina B (au) wrote: oh luke wilson you got some pretty messed up friends, but hey I wouldn't mind being stuck with you in a bank because your friend decided to get us a wedding gift at the last min.

Nathan B (it) wrote: Funny as hell! The dinner party scene is a hoot!

Steven S (jp) wrote: Doesn't hold up quite as well as other entries, but a good-spirited adventure with a nice message at the heart.

Lily 4 (au) wrote: omg i love vampire movies

Carolann W (mx) wrote: seen it as a kid in school loved it & would watch it all the time if I owned it

roger t (ru) wrote: Alright musical.....disappointed Charles Nelson Reilly wasn't in it...

Walter M (kr) wrote: Okay, guys, you know the drill. But just a reminder... King Claudius(Patrick Stewart) tells his new stepson, Prince Hamlet(David Tennant), to lighten up because death comes to all, including his father, so enjoy life. This might seem a little harsh but Claudius has bigger things on his mind like Fortinbras rattling sabres in nearby Norway. To be honest, Hamlet is definitely taken aback at his mother Gertrude(Penny Downie) remarrying only a month after her husband's death. Well, he's not the only one concerned because Hamlet's friend Horatio(Peter De Jersey) summmons him to have a quick word with his father's ghost(Patrick Stewart) who says there was nothing at all natural in his death. This is a compelling version of "Hamlet" set in the modern day, almost totally indoors in a stately palace. So, while cameras are commonplace along with the occasional handgun, there is also a sense of decay in the royal household. Adding to the sense of disconnect is David Tennant's performance as perhaps the loosest Hamlet I have seen, with the character's brattiness contrasting well with such a disapproving father. Casting Patrick Stewart in the double role is a nice touch, which he handles with distinction.

DeadHead m (ca) wrote: The charecter's in this movie is classic stuff! Check it out!

Francisco S (mx) wrote: Bad graphics, no funny nor scary, boring and not interesting, but original.