A British architect's daughter spites her French stepmother (Noëlle Adam) by hanging out with Soho beatniks. When she discovers that her stepmother is a friend of one of the strippers from a dance hall, she investigates and uses the stepmother's sordid past to embarrass her father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Harold W (ru) wrote: Best movie ever for presenting the Good News of Jesus Christ and how to become part of God's family for eternally.
Andrew K (es) wrote: Painful ... but brilliant.
Lisa T (ca) wrote: this looks incredible.
Max M (br) wrote: Informative. Really opened up my eyes to what I eat. See this movie.
Charlie W (br) wrote: Entertaining But I Guess I Shouldn't Expect Better From A TV Movie
Eliabeth W (ca) wrote: Kids Ballroom Dancing Contest.There are many things that we adults could learn from this documentary apart from dancing of course. You can see also how their minds develop throughout the movie.Fun and inspiring.
Guesswho C (nl) wrote: Darkness... only one's creation. Light in her BLACK was possible because she didn't know the impossible.... MAGICAL!!!
Stefan N (de) wrote: "Bad Education" is very similar too many of Almoldovar's films from the 2000's like "Volver" and "Broken Embraces" in terms of cast, style, mood, and story. Saying anything about the plot will diminish its value to first-time viewers, but it is about child molestation in the catholic church. The film is wonderfully scripted with your usual Almoldovar twists and turns. You know nothing about the film and then, you watch the story unfold gradually. I think Almoldovar is the most original screenwriter since Woody Allen. His plot has a message about the consequences of pedophilia and prostitution. The cast is great as usual especially Gael Garcia Bernal who plays multiply distinct roles enveloped in the same character. Also, all of these great actors play really well fleshed-out characters. Almoldovar is a real chameleon with his versatile direction. He can direct suspense, drama, comedy, and tragedy in one film. Almoldovar films are guaranteed to entertain and this one does not come short in any way. Some scenes are extremely powerful such as the scene where a homosexual boy looks at another during a ceremony, but is then forced to turn around by the jealous priest. Overall, "Bad Education," although not my personal favorite Almoldovar film is continuously spell-bounding containing rich writing, an ideal cast, and some of Almoldovar's best direction.
John N (au) wrote: This in my opinion is the best of Stephen King's books in film form. Simply flawless! This film is vastly under rated. Kathy Bates' performance is Oscar-worthy and the characters are all so memorable......A+++
Michael W (gb) wrote: Film festival favourite of 1992 with modest budget has single mother and her two daughters seeking stability in a small New Mexico town. Has some good moments but scene featuring Olivia Newton-John's "Magic" brought back unfortunate memories of XANADU.
Anson H (us) wrote: I got a jar of Diiiiiiiirt!!! I got a jar of Diiiiiiiiirt!!!And guess what's inside it
Kathleen D (ru) wrote: The critics obviously were not really watching the story, just wanted to pick it apart and yes that is probably why they were so distracted on how good it really is.