A False Student

A False Student

A youth drama set in a Japanese university which is home to a group of active, leftist students.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1960
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

An odd, straightforward youth drama by Yasuzo Masamura and starring Ayako Wakao, set in a Japanese university which is home to a group of active, leftist students. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A False Student torrent reviews

Moses H (jp) wrote: This is awesome and It got Blackbeard and Mermaids <3

Bradford D (kr) wrote: The screenplay is a travesty. It concentrates on the action of the story while disregarding all of the meaning and emotion of it. It is the equivalent of filming Grease and leaving all of the musical scenes on the cutting room floor. What's the point?

Julio P (it) wrote: Horrible movie.. Nothing like the real man & his very English accent Didnt help out either when are they going to add real authenticity like say maybe using a Spanish actor to play a Spanish lead that might be somewhat innovative don't you think Hollywood it's about time they stop overlooking us and give Latinos their just due!!!

Anna B (jp) wrote: I would go so far as to say it's aesthetically perfect. Beyond that, though, it has a tendency to shout its rather odious message of "religions and native people are awesome, and modern society is garbage; fuck Japan and its technology, we should all be monks and bathe in the disgusting contaminated water of the Ganges." And that's not cool.

Hamad S (fr) wrote: Fun watch. Does not stray much from conventional (Romeo-Juliet-esque) romances though.

Tom M (de) wrote: Fairly standard Euro-thriller that then goes a bit weird and psychedelo-gothic as Alain Delon holes up in a mansion with Jane Fonda (who can act a bit, for once) and her mum. If you're going to watch a Clement film, watch Plein Soleil, but this'll do for a second one.

Cassandra M (it) wrote: "This Sporting Life" is one of the most famous of the British "kitchen sink" dramas of the 1950s and 1960s ("kitchen sink" films were very gritty, social realist films which were very popular in Britain at one time).Frank Machin (Richard Harris) is a brutal, young miner in a city in northern England. Hoping for fame and fortune, he becomes a successful Rugby League football player. He uses his fame and fortune, along with physical violence, to try to force his widowed landlady (Rachel Roberts) to fall for him.Photographed in bleak black-and-white, the film's scenes of emotional and physical domestic violence are still shocking today. Also notable are the violent, stylishly-shot rugby matches.The cast are brilliant without exception, especially Richard Harris who manages to invest even his totally unsympathetic character with some degree of humanity.

Richard M (nl) wrote: Duke Mitchell and Sammy Petrillo are the two greatest Martin and Lewis impersonators to ever appear in a Bela Lugosi film.

Andrew L (nl) wrote: From a non comic side of things, Chaplin still delivered a fine film even today it's still very good to watch. Peformances, screenplay and score is also very good. Just because a film directed by Chaplin has to be a comedy.

Steve H (jp) wrote: Yet another good crime thriller.

lachlan k (fr) wrote: By dispensing with girls only caring about the guymageddon and cheesy bullies, we finally get a gritty version of the American high school genre which doesn't pull punches even if the romance is as sappy and sentimental as you might expect. It also helps that logan lerman at last shows us his full capability in a performance that might make me forgive him for percy jackson. The narration is sometimes whiny but it doesn't stop this from being powerful and for the majority, effective.