After the Flowers
Ito, daughter of a clan official, encounters Magoshiro Eguchi. Magoshiro is a low ranking samurai sparks an attraction with Ito. Ito challenges Magoshiro to a sword match using bamboo sticks. Mahoshiro accepts. The pair's duel causes sparks to fly an attraction from both sides. Meanwhile, Ito faces an arranged marriage with Saisuke Katagiri and Magoshiro is with Kayo...
Ito, daughter of a clan official, encounters Magoshiro Eguchi. Magoshiro is a low ranking samurai sparks an attraction with Ito. Ito challenges Magoshiro to a sword match using bamboo sticks. Mahoshiro accepts. The pair's duel causes sparks to fly an attraction from both sides. Meanwhile, Ito faces an arranged marriage with Saisuke Katagiri and Magoshiro is with Kayo... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After the Flowers torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: It's was OK. Worth watching. The last 1/4 got better. Rob Lowe did a fine job.
(nl) wrote: This was different. Best rocket launcher death scene ever.
(nl) wrote: Outstanding performances by Malkovich and Ebouaney, but still not the best novel adaptation. Steve Jacobs could do better and be more strict to J.M. Coetzee's Nobel Price winning - masterpiece. The film can be a small dissapointment for the novel fans, but still it captures the dark features of Coetzee's writing and tranfers those agonising feelings to the audience.
(au) wrote: Great Argentinian film about realistic relationships!!
(gb) wrote: IT JUST MADE ME LAUGH...but I don't think it was intended to be a comedy. Aside from the eye candy, there wasn't much else to make up for the time I spent watching this (mind you, I did fast forward a bit, so I cheated). Nothing worth watching, don't waste your time
(de) wrote: Well it's one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. The acting is atrocious, the sound effects are downright hilarious, and the makeup and costumes are downright embarrassing.
(jp) wrote: The movie is good enough to put it up with other notable bank heist movies. A lot of emphasis put on character relationships in this one.
(nl) wrote: This is one of the best "making-of" docs that I have ever seen. It follows Werner Herzog as he follows the trials & tribulations of trying to get "Fitzcaraldo" made. Such a fascinating story and Herzog himself is very interesting as he is constantly doing the impossible. The DVD also fatures the short doc "Werner Herzog Eats his Show" which is a must see. Very Highly recommended!
(it) wrote: A lovely, screwy Jack Lemmon comedy!Jack always had a way with words, as well as reactions. AVANTI! is a true Lemmon classic that should not be missed at all!
(ca) wrote: Madness as played by David Tennant is an experience. If you are one of those people who refuses to see Shakespeare done in a modern setting need to give this one a chance if only for the fact that Patrick Stewart in this. I never had sympathy for Claudius. Ever. Now the moment after the play and he's praying actually makes me sorry for him, for the few moments before he becomes a total jerk again.Anyway, Tennant is fantastic. You expect Stewart to be amazing (he has been doing this for years after all) but you don't expect The bloody DOCTOR to do this this well. It's a crowd pleaser and that's for sure. Though Ophelia also gets bonus points for her mad little dance.It's emotional, it's touching, it's horrfying. it's fantastic and it just makes me wish that I could have somehow gone to England to see this when it was actually on stage. This is for sure the next best thing, though.