Violenza in un carcere femminile

Violenza in un carcere femminile

Emanuelle goes undercover into a prison to expose the corrupted officials who are brutalizing the inmates. Emanuelle is shocked by the horrors and humiliation the prisoners are subjected to...

Emanuelle goes undercover into a prison to expose the corrupted officials who are brutalizing the inmates. Emanuelle is shocked by the horrors and humiliation the prisoners are subjected to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Violenza in un carcere femminile torrent reviews

James L (es) wrote: Simply not gritty enough, tonally uneven, and a storyline that is somewhat bizarre. Still thought it was decent.

Jamie B (ag) wrote: Awful. Crap story, terrible script, wooden acting, predictable. Danny Dyer is slowly becoming the beacon for all shite British films!

Simona N (ru) wrote: really nice piecethe story is really amazing!!:)don't wanna tell anything it:)

Andrew M (fr) wrote: Freaky Friday was a very good movie. When I first saw this movie it was great. Freaky Friday is hilarious and amazing. I would very much suggest this movie.

Sgt C (fr) wrote: (45%)A movie that is greatly aided by a strong performance by its leading star Jeff Bridges, besides that everything else is a fine but hardly worthy of must-watch accolade, it's just a bit flat in places as the story has to labour so hard to build into it's third act and to go through every single plot point it set out to do (which overall is too much), but when it gets there the ending is somewhat well done, if a little contrived.

Larissa N (nl) wrote: a group of "brothas" trying to get along on the bus ride to the million man march, and finally accepting each other's flaws, w/ a sad but touching ending. not too bad.

Andrejs P (ca) wrote: things were perfect in the 50's/early 60's, right? watching this movie gives you a different perspective on the era and that things werent so perfect. within the lines of the movie you can get a whiff of the 60's and that yes, you actually dont have to do what everyone tells you.

Timothy N (us) wrote: Right up there with Psycho, Frenzy and the Collector.

claire f (nl) wrote: i loved this as a kid and i still love it to this day

Evan M (us) wrote: Whenever we as humans see someone with something we don't have, we imagine that they must have the best life. That because they have what we don't, there life is automatically better that ours. But that is not always true. Just because a man drives a better car than you, doesn't mean that he is going home to a better life. Good Will Hunting speaks to this concept in a unique way. By showing us a glimpse of a boy who could have anything, and yet is content with a life that is less than spectacular to say the least. And it is about another man's journey to show him that he is worth more. Will Hunting (Matt Damon) is a peculiar boy. He has the ability to think harder and more critically that anyone around him. But he would rather work as a janitor at Harvard, than attend. But one day while he is working, he sees a math theorem on a chalkboard and he solves it. As he is leaving, a Professor Lambau (Stellan Skarsgrd) spots him and upon realizing what will has done, he proceeds to track will down, finding him in jail, due to Will's unruly attitude. The Professor convinces the Judge to put Will under his care on the condition that Will attend some math classes with him and that he see a therapist, Sean Maguire (Robin Williams) This movie does a very good job at developing the relationship between its characters. They are all centered around Will, giving the movie a well-grounded feel. The movie knows what it is trying to prove and does it very well. Stellan Skarsgrd's character has problem the worst relationship with Will, but that is only because he is the only one who could be seen as the antagonist. He wants Will to become the best he can be using his remarkable ability to think and learn. But in doing this, Skarsgrd's character neglects Will's mental health and only thinks about what is good for his future. Robin Williams' character is different and it is his relationship with Will that carries this movie. In Williams' portrayal of physiatrist Sean Maguire, we see a man who character sees past Will incredible ability to think and can tell that he has had a hard life and that he is damaged into thinking he is less than what he is. He helps Will, first by showing him that just because he knows all the facts about everything, doesn't mean he know everything about everything. He is then able to help Will to realize that what happen to him in his childhood doesn't need to dictate his life. If there is something wrong with the movie, I would say it is the conflict. The idea is that Will needs to see a therapist because Professor Lambeau bailed him out of jail. But this is quickly forgotten as soon as we meet Sean. It just gives us the idea that things would go right back to the way they were if they were allowed to with no consequences. This movie does a great job of showing us that we are more than just the thoughts in our brains. We matter, to ourselves and others, and that is worth more that money and fame. But it is important to be reminded of that from time to time. We like to feel loved and this movie helps us to realize that.

Nayurin C (it) wrote: The first was much much better...