The Willow Tree

The Willow Tree

Youssef, a blind university professor, is suddenly diagnosed with a fatal disease and must undergo treatment in France. Back home, will he find the life he had before?

Youssef, a blind university professor, is suddenly diagnosed with a fatal disease and must undergo treatment in France. Back home, will he find the life he had before? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Willow Tree torrent reviews

(es) wrote: Teemu Selanne the champ

Robert H (es) wrote: While I'm not sold on how much of this film is based on a "true story" it is very similar in architecture as Poltergeist. The big difference here is that this is a much more mature story involving ghost rape... yes, ghost rape. The cast helps this film immensly as it is the acting that truly sells this film. Hershey puts in a fantastic performance of portraying an assault where there isn't one and being ulterly ashamed, afraid, disgusted by the events yet having no defense as not only is it a ghost assailant, but nobody believes her.Though the film could have gone extremely dark with the subject matter, it manages to stay above water as it treads the subject matter lightly while still showing multiple rape scenes.The Entity isn't for everybody, but it is one of those hidden gems that sits in the middle of the spectrum between hardcore horror and light hearted spook film.

Emily S (es) wrote: It was okay. The only time I actually laughed out loud was when Justin T. was carried off the the Hollywood sign with the help of a helicopter. Other than that it was just a typical rom com.

Denise P (kr) wrote: We Bought a Zoo brings its incredible real-life story beautifully to the big screen, offering a blend of resplendent music and poignant pathos that help shine light on its fully committed cast to deliver a joyous adventure as irresistibly endearing as the animals featured throughout.

Rohan D (kr) wrote: LoL,boredom..RGV should go take a hike.

Brooke (ru) wrote: LOVE THAT MOVIE it was a great movie i loved the first part

Jennifer W (ca) wrote: Good cast but film is cheesy. Jewish kids might like it.

Ian P (ca) wrote: This little film held my attention, but was largely due to the fact that the mole on Jennifer Marlowe's upper-lip kept switching from left to right.

Samuel C (it) wrote: the untold stories of the brave Nazis who testify against the wrongdoings of the third Reich. Refreshing point of view

Shauna C (au) wrote: This movie had some interesting scenes, but overall just couldn't hold my attention.

Christopher Q (us) wrote: A gay romp with Mario & Luigi. The film was released in '93 not '90.

Brandon W (gb) wrote: I am a recent fan of Prince. I heard the song Purple Rain for the first time after Prince's passing in early 2016. I fell in love with the song. I bought the vinyl record and have loved it ever since. After Bruno Mars's great Prince tribute at the Grammys this year, I decided to give Prince's Purple Rain film a shot. Not going to lie, I was pretty disappointed. When Prince is on stage performing, it's great and watching the Purple Rain performance was magical. Such a great song. However, this isn't simply watching Prince in concert, there is a story here. Unfortunately, the story is fairly basic and kind of boring. I've definitely seen the "struggling artist from an abusive home" storyline before with the artist becoming his own worst enemy and all the typical things that come with a story like this. I have no problem with simple stories if they are told well, but it's hard to enjoy this story when it is bogged down by terrible acting. Prince himself is actually not that bad, but all his supporting cast cannot give a convincing performance to save their lives. His manager is so bad it's hilarious so I'll give him a pass, but his girlfriend, his father, bandmates, forget about it. They do nothing to save this movie which for the most part, is just pretty boring. Sidenote, I love 80's music, but this movie really shows off the crazy side of the decade. Overall, I cannot recommend this movie unless you are the biggest Prince fan in the world. Even still, I'd say just stick with music videos.

Amy L (nl) wrote: Plausible to the point that it stopped being funny and started being concerning.