The Wild Child

The Wild Child

Director François Truffaut makes a rare on-screen appearance in one of his most unusual films. Based on a true story, the film follows the discovery of a feral child (Jean-Pierre Cargol) who's grown up wild in the forest in late-18th-century France. Truffaut plays Dr. Jean Itard, the deaf specialist who tries to civilize the boy, teaching him to walk, speak and read; the screenplay was adapted from Itard's writings.

In a French forest in 1798, a child is found who can not walk, speak, read or write. A doctor becomes interested in the child and patiently attempts to civilize him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Wild Child torrent reviews

Ignacio H (ru) wrote: It is definitely a subtle piece of art. The tension throughout the film was successfully achieved and elegantly maintained. Excellent camera work and outstanding performance of the young actors.RECOMMENDED!

Bill R (nl) wrote: Hahaha, so over the top and ridiculous it was almost enjoyable. It's a movie that knows its not serious, makes fun of itself and there are stupid jokes abound but I found I laughed at a few. There are some that the younger folks won't get (dynamite man! Was a great one) and once you get through it all, watch the out takes in the credits, it's funny to watch them be seriously over the top while screwing up their lines.

Janni V (fr) wrote: Unbelievably amazing. I have no idea why more people haven't recognized the comic genius of this film.

Rolando B (ru) wrote: Along with Battle Royale, "Dororo" is now my favorite Japanese film based on manga... The pacing was good, the style and visuals were both unique and the performances and the message of the film were pretty strong...

hunter i (au) wrote: Stuart Little: Great, Stuart Little 2: Good, and Stuart Little 3: Crap.

Ryan M (ru) wrote: There's just something about this film I really love! It's got great "quirk" factor.

k d (ca) wrote: wow i just rated a lot of movies. good weekend! friday -- jerry and i watched The Incredibles! *__* great stuff! saturday -- work wasn't too difficult... and jerry & i headed over to the acupuncture convention in san diego that jenn was going to be at! it was interesting talking to all the people there... learning about nanocalcium, planetary responsibility, light therapy, and other random stuff!!! ^^; "cause you know... you can take calcium as a capsule... but it doesn't absorb as well as nanocalcium." people there thinking jerry and i were acupuncture students... lol although we were dressed totally worthless and falling asleep on a couch at one point ^^; felt like people were just thinking "punk teenagers!" haha! oh well it was fun and really interesting! terrence and roy are really nice guys! i think it was funny that roy gave a funny look that i was hugging jenn so much ^^; i noticed he was like "why is she hugging her?" when we were on the beach! but i love jenn so it's ok! :) at night i got some acupuncture!!! (p.s. thanks to wayne i think i know what my problem is! it may be meniere's disease... i need to do more research but i was reading up about it on saturday afternoon before jerry picked me up!) terrence said i shouldn't be getting dizzy anymore! plus him and roy cured my sore/stressed/tense neck!!! like instant whoa cure! *__* super awesome!!! *is totally grateful* sunday -- jerry and i went to disneyland!!! it was so much fun! the haunted mansion was AWESOME. probably my favorite part about disneyland! i loved all the "nightmare before christmas" decorations! the entire place was redecorated! *totally impressed* the pumpkins with the light-faces were whoa! thanks to my friend alan for hooking us up with 2 free passes! *super grateful for that too* i got home around 5p... actually jerry dropped me off at church! bro and i went home together... then i went over to jerry's and we ate at this filipino restaurant cause i was craving filipino food called Salo-Salo. really yummy! i really wanted a halo-halo though! this table across from us had a big party and i saw like 6 halo-halos! *__* we did have the cantelope drink! super yummy! after we watched the cell and yeah! i came home... typed this... and now it's bedtime! good stuff!!! p.s. does anyone know where to get cheap tix for japan? also where to stay.... that's cheap? jerry, ami, and i are going... and grrrr... plane tix are difficult! @[email protected] iace had these tix listed for $449... but i guess there promo's been going on or a while... and since we just started researching everything.... grrr...a ll cheap flights are taken! ;___; so far anything under $750 will be doable... any tips? *__* anything is much appreciated!:)

Russ B (jp) wrote: 4/22/2017 (2): A decent movie. Not many laugh out loud moments, but still entertaining with a great cast.

Michael M (mx) wrote: A solid bit of grim realist cinema. There's not a lot of fun to be had here, but it's certainly well made, and well acted. But why does a director who clearly has denied himself all musical comfort throughout the film summon up that Yann Tierssen piece at the end? Is it not as much of a crutch at the end as in the middle?

cli o (jp) wrote: no thanks not my thing

Robert G (nl) wrote: Woody is simply the best. No further comments necessary.

Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - 3/24/2011)

Robin v (nl) wrote: A sort of back to the future experience to only see it for the first time in 2015.... Clever story and enough twists to keep it interesting even so. Was encouraged to check it out after reading Ernest Cline's Ready Player One.

Mike M (gb) wrote: Though it may not hold up in its cinematography to modern day standards, 1970's Love Story feels more real and fleshed out than any 2010s Nicholas Sparks movie. Made with sincere integrity and elevated by passionate performances, Love Story never feels dated in conveying universal themes of true love (duh) and tragedy. Awkward and unnecessary at times? Maybe so, but its hard to deny the endearing connection felt between these star crossed lovers as we follow them throughout happiness and hardship. Just make sure you have a box of tissues nearby for the third act, your gonna need them.

Loreno A (br) wrote: I finally saw this film recently. Not much happens in the film, but Pacino is captivating. I kept wanting to see what would happen next. I was surprised by this film, because so many of these "classics" rarely hold up and this did just that.

Nate T (us) wrote: Slow-paced depressing film never quite lets you feel anything for its characters. Solid performances can't make up for the fact that the film drags in just about every sense of the phrase. On Blu-Ray.