A Town of Love and Hope
Trying to make ends meet this way, Masuo also receives help from his teacher who is trying to land him a good job and he also falls under the wing of Kyoko, an older student whose heart is touched after Masuo sells his pigeons to her. However, after his scam is revealed, can these feelings truly remain the same?
- Stars:Fumio Watanabe, Yuki Tominaga, Kakuko Chino, Yûko Mochizuki, Fujio Suga, Hiroshi Fujikawa, Michio Ito, Noboru Sakashita, Toyoko Uryû, Yôji Doki, Taiko Goto, Keiji Ueda, Nobuo Takagi, Hisashi Taki, Yoshino Tani,
- Director:Nagisa Ôshima,
- Writer:Nagisa Ôshima
A young man runs a scam selling pigeons that always return to his home. A rich girl takes an interest in him and tries to help him find a good job. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Town of Love and Hope torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Not many movies leave me feeling as many different things as this one did... In essence, this was just a recording of a concert, but it was the reunion concert of a band I became a fan of 10 years after they split and I had been listening to for 20 years... So to see them play the tunes live left me in awe of what I'm now convinced was the best rock band of all time. The fact that they can still smash there modern day contemporaries off the park is a testament to the legends that are Led Zeppelin. This is one cinema experience that will stay with me for a very long time. :)
(nl) wrote: Se non fosse per alcuni buchi nello screenplay sarebbe un bel film con un trattamento fumettistico molto azzeccato.
(nl) wrote: No doubt, the impossible not to like, Andy Griffith steals the show. Pretty fun movie with a few missteps, but nothing to really hate on. Loved the ending.
(ag) wrote: I totally forgot this movie exist, good riddance
(it) wrote: I recently had occasion to watch this one to kill some time on a vacation and I would have to say that it's still a fun film, probably not as biting a satire as it thinks it is, but still a cute, harmless way to spend an afternoon.Rental if that sounds appealing to you?
(de) wrote: Loved it! after watching kept thinking I should die my hair platinum blond!?
(es) wrote: Schultze Gets the Blues surprises in its ability to take randomness to the next level throughout the course of its 107 minutes. I can say with sincerity that this film is perhaps the most comically bizarre piece of cinema I have seen to date. Frame follows frame and scene follows scene with about as much impetus as a sloth on a lazy summer day. The director seems in no hurry to get anyway fast, or really, anywhere at all. Dialogue is so sparse in the film and provides so little insight into the inner realities of the characters that one (almost) wishes there was no dialogue at all. The beautiful cinematography can certainly stand alone and carry what little story there is to bear. I was surprised, however, by the lack of sound in a film that bills itself as being about music. Now, as to whether Schultze Gets the Blues is an enjoyable movie to watch, the answer is emphatically "NO". It is worse than watching paint dry because it seemingly promises so much more than dry paint. It promises, according to its tag line, a glimpse into the re-tuning of a person's soul. That's a pretty hefty claim, but I was open to the possibility; however, as random scene followed random scene I slowly lost track of Schultze's soul, my soul, and really the idea that souls exist at all. It was that painful. I actually wanted to re-title the film, "Andy Gets the Blues" because throughout I had to keep punching myself to stay awake. I think I deserve some sort of free medical care voucher from the film's producers because I braved the film all the way to the closing credits. And, if the "Most Random Film" prize wasn't enough, Schultze Gets the Blues certainly deserves the blue ribbon for "Most Anti-Climatic Film". What an ending!?! I actually laughed out loud as the credits began to roll . . . partially because the conclusion mocked me for having hoped for something more meaningful, but mostly out of glee for finally coming to the end of this most miserable film.
(ca) wrote: PAULY SHORE IS DEAD (2003)
(nl) wrote: here she is very cool
(de) wrote: Pretentious & awkward. Something seem more workable at theatre rather than in silver screen. As simple as that.
(gb) wrote: I mean, look - Rocky IV is not a GOOD movie. The plot is thin, with a plot as adherent to the Rocky formula as Rocky III and a villain whose acting is just as ridiculous. The less said about Rocky Jr. and the robot, too, the better. It also creates some pretty ridiculous plot holes - Rocky says he's been married to Adrian for 9 years, but this seems to follow on directly from III, which follows directly from II, which follows immediately from I. And how could Rocky possibly withstand even a single haymaker from someone who punches at 4 times the maximum PPI?BUT, I do think this is a much better film than III. Drago says barely anything, but is a million times more intimidating than frickin Clubber Lang (those feather earrings -_-). "If he dies - he dies" and "I must break you" are among the most bad ass lines ever uttered on screen. And when he kills Apollo Creed, arguably the best actor in this series, I was genuinely affected - especially having already seen the incredible 2015 Creed film. So f*ck it - Rocky IV is dumb fun, and - in my opinion - only the third worst in the series.
(de) wrote: Piece of trash, unfortunately involving the alien character. It absolutely falls out of the franchise, even Weaver's sarcastic performance.
(jp) wrote: Absolutely, terrible. Robert Deniro's performance, was dreadful. Phillip Seymour Hoffman, just creeped me out.