A Journey Called Love

A Journey Called Love

The life and loves of poet Sibilla Aleramo (Laura Morante), focusing on her relationship with Dino Campana (Stefano Accorsi).

The life and scandalous loves of early 20th century poet Sibilla Aleramo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Journey Called Love torrent reviews

Phillie E (mx) wrote: The movie is pretty mundane for a place that was so pulsating with gritty passion and culture.

Mark M (ca) wrote: Excellent little thriller...give it a look

Russell J (de) wrote: My favorite film of all time.

Kristen M (it) wrote: Fascinating! Jamie Foxx was magnificent! While it was a tuff story, it was well worth the watch!

Dawid J (br) wrote: as the spirit wanes the form appears.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: another bad girl role

Mindy K (ag) wrote: Makes me cry, every time (and I'm practically a vulcan).

Stuart K (ag) wrote: For the 26th Carry On film, it was another take on a historical figure for the team, and one of last good ones. It was also the end of an era for the series. It was the last one written by the great Talbot Rothwell, as well as being the last one to feature Sid James, Barbara Windsor and Hattie Jacques. It was all quickly downhill from here, but it's still good entertainment. Set in the 1730's, it has highwaymen up and down the country robbing rich travellers of their loot, the most notorious of them all is Dick Turpin (James), known as Big Dick, because of his big gun, and because he has a birthmark on his diddler. :P Turpin hides under the alias of the Reverend Flasher in the village of Lower Dencher. Meanwhile, the Bow Street Runners are established to combat highwaymen, led by Sir Roger Daley (Bernard Bresslaw), he sends two of his best men, Desmond Fancey (Kenneth Williams) and Jock Strapp (Jack Douglas) to put a stop to Turpin's thieving, but they get more than they bargained for!! It's another funny entry, a sort of last hurrah, (although Behind is funny), this one makes its living from Big Dick jokes, but for the regulars for which this would be the last one for, what a note to go out on!! :D

Issac L (mx) wrote: It is my first encounter with Taviani brothers' work, my instant gut-feeling is that this surrealistic political-drama about a traitor's ill-fated fallout is perhaps blemished by the incompatibility of our generation, I reluctantly pigeonhole it to those films inevitably go astray from their glorious road along the unstoppable torrent of time! Marcello Mastroianni this time around employs a substantially anti-hero persona opponent to his more audience-friendly role as the marquee Italian dream-lover. An abnormally bitter repugnance exudes from his character brims with all the screen time and I can sense a tint of misogyny levitating in the air with an inexplicably compelling thespian vibe. The lesser characters are all one-dimensional notwithstanding, a feral Lea Massari (from THE ADVENTURE) still could draw some attention for her very underdeveloped role. All the sectors are somehow quirky enough to create certain discontinuity in the narrative, which could be a deliberate novelty at that time, but fails to leave sympathetic impression throughout, plus without the adequate stewing time, I might wonder it might be too hasty for audience to ruminate or even reflect the actual happening in the film, especially for a foreigner. One could not deny the elaborate endeavor of the whole team behind, this film could be better if it had gotten rid of its excessive patronizing stances and do a more subtle character study. Also I didn't take the title, as Allonsanfan is just a stiff supporting character played by a wooden Stanko Molnar, is their any subtextual meaning here? Wish some ace could help me out here!

Ionn M (ca) wrote: One of the best war-movies made. During the making of the movie the company had employed so many fighters and bombers that it could call it self the 35th largest air force in the world. WWII German fighter ace Adolf Galland worked as a technical supervisor for the people paying the German pilots in this film.

Daniele T (gb) wrote: Siamo alle solite, traduzione del titolo quantomeno discutibile e trama che, a mio modo di vedere, non rispecchia pienamente gli accadimenti fel film, ma vabb... Tanto la trama del film abbastanza piatta, prevedibile ed inconcludente, non so se perch ben lontano dalla mia generazione, ma trovo la storia peggio di quella di molti film d'azione moderni... restano per stupende alcune scene delle corse di auto, spettacolari quelle sul catino pi famoso del mondo in un epoca di veri eroi su quattro ruote. Se siete malati di corse e rimanete a bocca aperta guardando auto d'epoca vale la pena guardare questo film, altrimenti... lasciate stare.

Daniel G (de) wrote: good intro, second half began to lag and never picked up

Adam R (ru) wrote: Made solely for techies. It's not my thing. It is very outdated and the soundtrack is atrocious. And what was up with Matthew Lillard and that hair? (First and only viewing - 12/1/2009)

Matthew R (ag) wrote: a good movie the only thing that bugged me was Joseph Gordon Levitt his makeup was terrible or it was terrible cgi to make him look younger either way he just looked weird

Rity C (kr) wrote: Featuring an array of impressive performance and technical credits, the film is reminiscent of John Dahl's early 90's thrillers such as Red Rock West and The Last Seduction.

Em W (fr) wrote: Don't waste your time. The ending is terrible and the whole movie is predictably! Dumbest movie EVVVVVEEERR