The Tree of Wooden Clogs

The Tree of Wooden Clogs

The life inside a farm in Italy at the beginning of the century. Many poor country families live there, and the owner pays them by their productivity. One of the families has a very clever child. They decide to send him to school instead of make him help them, although this represents a great sacrifice. The boy has to wake up very early and walk several miles to get to the school. One day the boy's shoes break when returning home, but they do not have money to buy other. What can they do?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   snow,  

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The Tree of Wooden Clogs torrent reviews

Bjorn K (mx) wrote: A fictitious account of the final days leading up to the 2000 Israeli withdrawal from the medieval castle of Beaufor, in southern Lebanon. Israeli soldiers stationed in the deathtrap count down the days to the order to evacuate, dealing with IED's and T.O.W. missile attacks as they wait.

Adriano B (kr) wrote: Wilson Yip intended it as a modern incarnations of the Butterfly Lovers: with kindness and subtlety, a delicate drama about (the desire for a) family and (the fear of) lonelyness, in a similar vein to Bullets over summer.

Gary (de) wrote: All the greatest highlights from all the cult classic horror movies :)

Unfelia C (au) wrote: Painfull ending... but on hell of a story

IB B (kr) wrote: This is one of my favs. It was made during the pinnacle (IMO) of quality independent cinema in the early nineties.

Seth L (us) wrote: This is supposed to be a Kevin Smith movie and there's no Jay & Silent Bob! All the charm and heart in his previous films is lost here.

Blake P (de) wrote: I've seen many films from Asia, however, I've never been as impressed as I was with "Raise the Red Lantern". Filmed at a time where Wong-Kar Wai was getting lots of praise for creating movies that dealt with modern issues beautifully, director Zhang Yimou instead resorts back to the good old fashioned period piece with "Raise the Red Lantern". The film, which takes place in the 1920's, shows us a world where a man of high regime marries multiple women at a time. Our focus is Songlian (Gong Li), a 19-year old girl who decides to become one of the newest concubines. She immediately clashes with the other three wives, and soon the high life gets to her head. Zhang Yimou's direction is top-notch here. Instead of resorting to too many melodramatic tendencies like this film could, he instead gives us small doses that keep us interested but not overwhelmed. The film itself is slow paced, and beautiful-- the cinematography bursts with reds and oranges that reflect the romanticism but eerie undertones of the film-- but once we begin to understand the situation, and the female lead, the more we begin to dislike them. Gong Li's performance is exquisite: her character's changes from naive to spoiled to completely mad is so perfect that it challenges France's own Catherine Deneuve's famous title as the prime "ice maiden". But what Yimou wants us to do is to cringe at what's happening-- he doesn't want us to like anything that's going on. And that's what makes "Raise the Red Lantern" so interesting-- we don't really like anything about it except looking at it, but it pulls us in deep. With Li's magnetism and beauty, and Yimou's manipulative touch, it seems that foreign films have never been this ruthless, or this truthful. Highly recommended.

Cronis M (ag) wrote: Culturally significant '80s film of a dystopian 1950's with one of the best soundtracks of all time in film.. and.. a sledgehammer battle!

Clay B (gb) wrote: THE SEVEN-UPS (1973)

Cle S (ag) wrote: This may be the best Asterix movie adaptation up to now. Like the first one it stays close to its source material, without losing the humor of Goscinny's dialogue and Uderzo's drawing.

Michael W (it) wrote: It's as if Truffant took a Renoir film, and New Waved the crap out of it. What's left has all the charm of its predecessors, and all the edge and pop of its contemporaries. It stretches film into new horizons, while staying full of heart and remaining wildly entertaining. It's very good.

Brody M (mx) wrote: Some of The funniest special effects Ive ever seen were in the final scenes of this movie.You just have to see for yourself