Valerie

Valerie

A rancher has to prove that he didn't kill his wife's parents. Clearly inspired by Rashomon, the film offers contradictory flashbacks during a lengthy trial.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:1957
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   adultery,  

John Garth (Sterling Hayden) is tried for critically wounding his wife Valerie (Anita Ekberg) and murdering her parents (John Wengraf and Iphigenie Castiglioni.) His testimony is one of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nonemar G (ag) wrote: I just saw the film from channel 7 around 12Midnight thai hours i was about to sleep when i change the channel and see this very sad girl and seeking a man of her dream to be.. I was touch on how she struggle to keep her love from him and the guy was learning to her as well and i really like the songkran date that she did not really plan to haveAfter she told her parents she lost passport so she couldn't go instead to be with this handsome guy... I love this movie so much

Guillaume L (fr) wrote: Le type de film que l'on aimerait aimer car decale avec son melange des genres et sa facon d'aller la ou on ne l'attend pas, mais qui se revele lassant au fil des minutes, au fur et a mesure que le realisateur evite son sujet sans reserver par ailleurs de rebondissements notables. Revelateur : On ne comprend la presence du personnage principal joue par Juliette Binoche que dans une scene coupee qui aurait du se situer a la fin du film (ils ont meme coupe Simon Abkarian en prologue...). Au lieu de cela, apres l'apparition frustrante de l'Arlesienne Elliott pour une scene tout en sentimentalisme quelconque, il se termine sur un nouveau (long) flou dont le chef op abuse (celui-ci est plutt reussi en fait). Mais en l'etat, le film et ses 1h50 paraissent deja bien longs. Vraiment dommage...

Callan W (kr) wrote: A documentary about the growth of anti-Semitism since 9/11 attacks, but isn't restricted to simply the Jews. It's extreme, but it's really disturbing to see how many people are so entwined with religion that they really overlook sanity... that is, equality. It's really sad to see these extremists fight for their superiority, how one religion is right, how the other is wrong and so forth, some people are really obtuse, it's sad. Religion really can ruin everything. But this film isn't that good anyway.

gary t (ca) wrote: wow......ummmm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a great movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that adrien brody, ben affleck, diane lane, bob hoskins (.R.I.P.), lois smith, play good roles/parts throughout this movie....i think that the director of this mystery/suspense/drama movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie........its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that bob hoskins (.R.I.P.), was great throughout this movie......Historical liberties:: Hollywoodland takes liberties with actual historical events for dramatic purposes. Several events and places are condensed to fit into the film, including: During a personal appearance at a children's western show, George Reeves meets a boy with a loaded gun, who almost shoots bullets at him. Reeves talks him into giving up the gun by saying that they would bounce off him, but hurt innocent bystanders. Although Reeves repeated this story himself, researchers have never been able to find anything to corroborate the story. After Reeves's death, Leonore Lemmon is shown at the reading of his will, stunned when everything he owned in his estate goes to Toni. In reality, since Lemmon was not included in his last will and testament, she was not invited to the reading. Lemmon did, however, make public statements akin to the dialogue in the film. The depiction of Reeves's scenes in From Here to Eternity suffering audience derision at a test screening (and subsequent cutting of his scenes) is part of an urban legend. No test screenings took place, and the finished film includes all Reeves's scenes that were present in the original shooting script. No alternate cuts of the film have ever been proven to exist. The scene showing Reeves barbecuing his costume is based in fact: Reeves is said to have burned his costume at the end of each season, not just the one time to celebrate the cancellation of the series. The detective Louis Simo is a fictional character based somewhat on an actual detective in the case named Milo Speriglio. A scene in the filming of a first-season Superman episode shows Reeves in an alley, "taking off," suspended by wires. A wire breaks and Reeves crashes to the studio floor. The oft-repeated alley takeoff in the real series was stock footage and was performed by a stuntman. However, Reeves did take such a fall during a cable-aided takeoff, in a studio-bound forested setting, in the episode "Ghost Wolf," and never consented to use cable again in the series.i think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.......its got a great cast thorughout this movie.......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch.......i think that ben affleck was fantastic throughout this movie as george reeves (.R.I.P.), throughout this movie.....i think that adrien brody was fantastic throughout this movie.....i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch but its such a brilliant movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......

Daria S (au) wrote: Stunning, disturbing, not an easy film to watch, with beautiful music, and an optimistic end.

Huw G (ag) wrote: He's clever and funny, but he gets there with some misses along the way.

Yifan C (fr) wrote: the guy with his pants down didn't convinced me

Christopher R (br) wrote: Young Yor!!! I actually saw this in the theater. Twice!!!

Matthew H (it) wrote: Oklahoma might've been good in 1955, but it has aged badly. What used to be waving wheat is now dead remains of what it used to be.

Ilja S (jp) wrote: May be entertaining, but just as dumb and pointless.

Johnny W (ru) wrote: Ethan Hawke gives an amazing performance as Chet Baker!