Vivre Sa Vie
Twelve episodic tales in the life of a Parisian woman and her slow descent into prostitution.
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unknown c (gb) wrote: Worst movie ever. 0/5 stars in my opinion.
Stephen D (de) wrote: Amazing film with a simple story and excellent performances. Truly beautiful.
Chuck C (ru) wrote: goood film about an odd subject
Greg T (it) wrote: A medical dummy used by a doctor to educate his children and keep them in order begins to take over the mind of his son, bringing about the obligatory violence, murder and madness. "Pin" is a remarkably creepy movie, a bit of an undiscovered gem, that has some outstandingly uncomfortable, strange scenes and a spectacularly creepy performance by David Hewlett as the deeply disturbed, possibly possessed Leon. If you get the chance to pick up this gem do - it's worth the effort...
Robert Alexanderthenarwhal L (us) wrote: One of the most realistic war films ever made. Directed by the talented John Irvin, this film is tragically overshadowed by other Vietnam films of the period.
Caterina M (jp) wrote: classico di Raj Kapoor, questa volta a colori... alcune scene girate anche in Italia, Francia, Svizzera, Inghilterra. un gran bel film si pu rivedere all'infinito.. anche stasera un pezzetto.. perch no?
Zack B (mx) wrote: A delightfully dirty film with a spectacularly natural and hilarious performance by Michel Simon.
Leslie B (jp) wrote: Very good, only thing I have enjoyed her in.
Steven L (ca) wrote: A TV movie continuation of the Psycho series finds Norman Bates released again and married calling a radio talk show about his dark past. It was interesting to finally learn how Norman Bates really became a pscyho, but the lack of Anthony Perkins in it (he is still the star of the movie, though his part is cut down quite a bit from the previous 2 films) is enough to make this film not as good as the last 2 films. Still watchable and finally on DVD now!
Walter M (us) wrote: Doomwatch, a government agency tasked to monitor threats to the environment, sends Dr. Del Shaw(Ian Bannen) to a remote island to look into a recent oil spill. He finds the villagers little help in his inquiries as the only person who is willing to talk to him is Victoria(Judy Geeson), the young schoolteacher who has been there all of two years. Despite this, he discovers enough to continue his investigation past the first day. It's a good thing, too, because that's when the body turns up under a watchful eye. Created by Gerry Davis and Kit Pedler, "Doomwatch" is a decidedly uneven thriller with a good mystery. There are some very suspenseful moments but the movie gets sidetracked when it focuses too much on the scientists and away from the island. Overall, I applaud the movie for its subtlety in not revealing too much at first. This kind of approach never goes out of style while the movie's warning concerning the environment and against ignorance are still as necessary as when the movie was made which can also be seen as something of a tragedy, I suppose.