9 Songs

9 Songs

Matt, a young glaciologist, soars across the vast, silent, icebound immensities of the South Pole as he recalls his love affair with Lisa. They meet at a mobbed rock concert in a vast music hall - London's Brixton Academy. They are in bed at night's end. Together, over a period of several months, they pursue a mutual sexual passion whose inevitable stages unfold in counterpoint to nine live-concert songs.

The film tells the modern love story set over a period of 12 months in London, England, between a man and an American woman who met at a rock concert in England and had intense sexual encounters together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


9 Songs torrent reviews

Eduardo C (au) wrote: Eh um bom, o final eh a melhor parte! Mas o roteiro eh meio furado neh ? Eles criam um plano "mirabolante" pra matar um cara importante e nem mostram como isso se desenvolve. Assim como os lacos emocionais, tipo, do nada o cara quer casar com a mulher. Mas vale a pena assistir sim!

Cameron H (nl) wrote: Robinson is plain awesome in every role he takes.

Matt M (au) wrote: Modern Italian family comedy drama revolving around a young girl who moves from a small town to Rome and is taken aback by the fast social big city life, its politics and social class attitudes. The characters are very well written and the plot developments are interesting and unexpected; overall the screenplay is intelligent and excellent, never disregarding the cultural context and comments on Roman society. The cast is great.

Garrett C (gb) wrote: "Fame" seems to be responsible for the modern era of saccharine and mindless reality "young talent" television and films, which is quite the dubious honor.

Alex B (au) wrote: Wild and over-the-top, but as such a just response to the great bulk of American culture (not to mention the even worse reality beneath the cultural trash heap).

Sally O (kr) wrote: Great shots of Windsor

Nina S (it) wrote: It's hard to imagine Jen Jones is the same woman in this movie as the woman who played Miss Dove. She kicks butt and no, I'm not offended by the yellow-face. Holden's hot, Considering the era... this was some forward thinking stuff.

Jeff H (ag) wrote: I thought this was going to be terrible, but it was actually engaging and was an interesting representation of what would otherwise be a really boring story. The music is so-so, definitely not a stand out by any means. You can obviously tell that they cast actors before singers, which is fine although I wish they could have found people who could do both. A little slow at times, especially the never ending debate scenes, but overall pretty good. B-

Carlos G (kr) wrote: Yes definitely fell short of expectations, some things are a bit over the top. Understanding the difficulties of a rich womanizer is one them.

Michael H (it) wrote: This movie is over 40 years old and still considered a classic comedy for good reason. One reason is the cast. The main characters are played by such classic comics as Sid Ceasar, Jonathan Winters, Milton Berle, Ethel Merman, Buddy Hacket, and Mickey Rooney. Even the minor characters become cameos with such people as Jerry Lewis, Jim Backus, Carl Reiner, Don Knotts, and the Three Stooges showing up, sometimes only for one shot. Everyone, no matter if they are have a starring role or a cameo make the most of their screen time for laughs.

Kevin R (mx) wrote: I can only keep the wolves from the door for so long...Lincoln has an f'd up family life and is regularly bullied in school. He eventually lashes out against the bully but takes it too far and is eventually assigned to a reform school in the isolated desert hills. The school has unique techniques. Meanwhile, a ghost of a victim of bullying is conjured up and begins taking out the bullies of the reform school. Lincoln may have to pick a side of the bullying and killing."What do you want from me?""Your pain."Adam Egypt Mortimer, director of the upcoming Holidays, delivers Some Kind of Hate in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is actually entertaining in a clich way with some great gore sequences. The acting is mediocre and as you'd expect for a lower budget horror film, but the performances are believable."You're going to die."This was recently added to the Netflix online queue and I instantly added it to the wish list. This was okay and worth watching for fans of the horror genre. There isn't enough unique elements here to make this a must see, but it is worth a viewing for fans of the genre."Something bad is happening here."Grade: C