Trilogy

Trilogy

Trilogy is an anthology film of three adaptations of Truman Capote short stories: Miriam, Among the Paths to Eden and A Christmas Memory. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France.

"Miriam": Miss Miller has spent her life as a governess for children in some of the most fashionable homes in New York. She is shocked one day to learn that one of her "babies" is expecting... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Trilogy torrent reviews

WS W (ca) wrote: Rather pretentious, but the mood turns out to be captivating enough on the whole.

lovely l (fr) wrote: running away from what i personally call the so empty life, a young man runs away leaving everything behind....The most beautiful thing about this movie is the music, Marcia Gay Harden (as usual delivering another classic & classy performance) and how life can be so simple...

John B (de) wrote: Not (to me) the most coherent picture of the world's best-known Slovenian philosopher; for that, I recommend The New Yorker's profile. But this is a tasty sampler, or (to change imagery) a colorful collage of text from his writings, snippets and zingers from his speeches, and glimpses of him at home and on travels. Plus, you'll find out how to pronounce his name.

Mike A (au) wrote: Guy Pierce doesn't know how to pick them.

Samarth K (jp) wrote: It has been romanticized compared to the real story of Solomon, but what the heck it is still an extraordinary story. It follows the war timeline of an innocent victim and shows how something like friendship is relative and there exist humanity in the midst of evil like Lenis mother ( a character we sympathise with) and Robert. The ending is happy and at the same time horrifying when we see Isak has reunited with Solomon. Underrated.

Ian C (kr) wrote: This done nothing for me when I first watched it and on second viewing it still doesn't.

Markus N (jp) wrote: Very nice to look at.... pure eye-candy.

Robert B (jp) wrote: Playtime seems the type of film one has to watch more than once to appreciate. I have seen it one time and my impression is similar to the one I had of Mon Oncle. At first the comedy is amusing and the shots are amazing. As the film progresses the scenes become longer, more tedious, things drag, and Playtime is not fun any more. Still, I would recommend a view to those always on the lookout for something different and extraordinary.

Tegan D (de) wrote: I loved this movie old time classic comedy and debarcle!

Nate S (de) wrote: Very interesting idea, but they just didn't have the budget or the acting talent to pull it off.

Jessica G (nl) wrote: This movie was completely different than I thought it would be. I fell I'm love with the book so throughout the whole movie I just compared it to the book. The movie by itself was well written and was very compelling. All around good.

Gabe S (fr) wrote: Walter Matthau was so much more than a grumpy old man...