A Royal Affair

A Royal Affair

A young queen falls in love with her physician, and they start a revolution that changes their nation forever.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:137 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Danish,English,German,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   king,   snow,  

The film revolves around a young queen, who is married to an insane king. But then she falls secretly in love with her physician - and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Royal Affair torrent reviews

Leslie W (nl) wrote: Great movie that cookie is really great she has such diverse skills

Javier S (it) wrote: Cao Cao era el general mas poderoso de china que no era emperador por que no quiso nunca ser emperador, sin embargo el emperador en si es un ser lleno de envidia que decide eliminarlo solo por que es alguien extremadamente poderoso que uno a uno durante 30 a~nos ha matado y eliminado a sus ma poderosos enemigos.Los hijos de dichos enemigos son juntados en el orfanatorio del infierno y entrenados en las altas artes marciales con el fin de poner fin a la vida de cao cao con metodos tan extremos que al que le toca disfrazarse de eunuco le dejan la voz aguda por el resto de sus dias.Una historia prodigiosamente ambientada pero que a veces es laaaarga como la cuaresma y que si no te a familiarizas un poco con la historia de este legendario general chino batallaras un poco para seguir los 6,500 nombres que cruzan por enfrente de tivale la pena invertirle el tiempo si las movies de periodo antiguo chino te gustan, yun fat chow como desd ehace rato da una actuacion elegante y digna pero eso de que es el ALaurence Olivier de los actores chinos ya se lo creyo un poco.Vean la , disfrutenla, diganme que piensan.

Don S (kr) wrote: A double rarity: a sequel just as good as the original and both of them 5 star movies. This wonderfully animated tale of Vikings and dragons and the perils of evil they face, the love and commitment needed to succeed in the face of overwhelming odds, the sadness of blood shed bravely and needlessly, and much more all wrapped in a story about characters you care about and hope for their survival. It doesn't get any better than this folks.

Leong C (nl) wrote: A more dramatic approach on Ip Man's biopic...

Morit M (de) wrote: not funny enough and too many musical montages. looks really good though.

Sindre J (kr) wrote: I really appreciate that someone like Matt Wolf did went on and made a documentary of Russell. Loved every bit of it and it got me to know Russell's avantgarde music even more. I am always in search of the dance culture in the early New York and Chicago. This was just another great indepth of a part of that time.

Emily B (fr) wrote: Good lord someone was high when they okay'ed this for production

Michael B (fr) wrote: it was an original idea clearly done to make the era seem very romantic, it was much better than i expected. from sword fighting to poetry to plague victims who look like zombies. even romance for the ladies its like a serious princess bride with a historical undertone

Matthew S (ag) wrote: " I must get this crack mended." Carol's sister thinks aloud. It is a passing observation of Carol's sister. But as Carol looks at the innocuous crack coming down the wall -- she sees something far more sinister than a handyman can repair. Roman Polanski's 1965 English filmmaking debut has retained a deeply disturbing sense of paranoia and horror that creeps in and stays under your skin longer after the credits roll. Catherine Deneuve may not have been a technically-trained actor, but you would be hard-pressed to find a more naturalistic and realistic descent into insanity. Polanski as always claimed he knew very little if anything about human psychology, but even now this film fits a casebook study of PTSD-driven insanity. "Repulsion" is a tightly-wound psycho-sexual study of what happens when an already damaged psyche is left alone, unemployed, afraid and paranoid that something sinister is lurking behind, below and within everything that surrounds her. She and her sister's flat literally transforms from being a "safe space" to morphing into a prison of profound horror. It is never clearly stated, but there are plenty of hints that Carol has been subjected to sexual assault or abuse. Every man she encounters seems to pose some threat. And as Catherine Deneuve walks, sits, crawls and hides within her own self-imposed isolation -- we are pulled into her psychologically warped reality. And her reality is one of surreal terror and hallucinatory attacks which form into a full-on mental break. Interestingly, Carol might be the only "safe" person caged within the confines of her personal horror. This is clearly Roman Polanski's vision, but Gilbert Taylor's exceptionally strange cinematography and Deneuve's almost catatonically-challenged sort of sleepwalking beauty are equally crucial in creating what must be considered a cinematic masterpiece of human horror. This is an essential film. It should not be missed.

Jennifer W (it) wrote: John Wayne at his best wonderful comedy/romance/swashbuckle if thats the word seen it loads

Damien D (ru) wrote: I expected this to be a sci-fi movie, but it has nothing to do with it. It's more a "film d'auteur la franaise". The story is slow and not very interesting.