A documentary portrait shot in Positano, Italy in 1965 about Australian artist and occultist Vali Myers.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

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Vali torrent reviews

Alex M (br) wrote: Blue Ruin is what all revenge thrillers should aim to be. In it's short 90 minute runtime, Blue Ruin, achieves genre thrills without sacrificing story, character, or writing. The movie is beautifully shot and directed making the thrilling scenes all the more intriguing. The highest praise of all goes to the editing, pacing, and acting. The editing and pacing make sure that the movie never has a dull moment. And thanks to the incredible and subtle performances, you always feel invested in the characters and their goals. I recommend this to anyone looking for a very well crafted and executed revenge story.

Dennis B (br) wrote: Great Movie. Morgan Freeman plays a very realistic alcoholic

Nicolas S (de) wrote: Telephon et rien de bien original mais bon le tout se laisse regarder, tant que l'on cherche pas a creuser bien loin.

Jesse D (us) wrote: I absolutely love this movie. nothing more to say.

Jennifer C (us) wrote: By far this is Demi Moore's best performance ever. Terrific charcter developement-they were so real, great plot. I love it, killer hairdressers! He so deserved it...

DC F (fr) wrote: I only gave it the highest rating I could stand because George Burns steals the show as always, but his co-stars sink this tired, old concept down to the bottom rung.

Ada D (mx) wrote: not the best film ever but just for the music :

Joel S (us) wrote: This looks mindblowing!

Jonathan B (ca) wrote: There's a certain camp charm to the old Hammer classics. The blood is just the wrong shade of red, the wigs just a little too nylon and the accents a little too affected to be scary these days but they are certainly entertaining and contain some of the most enduring images in cinema history. Hammer's Dracula has the dream partnership of Peter Cushing as Van Helsing and Christopher Lee as Dracula and they forged an enduring partnership working on many of the best horrors of the 50s and 60s. Everyone knows the Bram Stoker story thanks to its enduring appeal and this movie was one of the first to attempt to stick fairly closely to the novel with Dracula moving from his Transylvanian home to England where he brings terror to the bedrooms of the unsuspecting middle classes. Lee and Cushing have a magnetism on screen that really commands the viewers attention and makes them so memorable and the undisputed masters of this genre. Cushing was such a brilliant actor it almost seems strange that such a gentle and unassuming man came to be associated with such dark, gothic tales but combined with Lee's charismatic personality and striking features they have never been bettered. Forget the dated look and wooden sets, the stereotypical characters and the theatrical script. Instead revel in the electrifying performances of the leads in this classic genre-making movie.

I dont know w (de) wrote: Incredibly forgotten and seemingly too long is not a good mix.

John M (au) wrote: The way Chaplin uses landscape and scenery to show a time and a mood is extremely brilliant. The physical comedy is obviously marvelous but what's more incredible is all the detail in every set, especially trying to portray a time of complete desperation.

Thomas K (mx) wrote: Really dumb and great fun.