Ali: Fear Eats The Soul

Ali: Fear Eats The Soul

A simple, delicate, melodramatic German film about a loneliness. With a double moral story about the tainted love between an old woman and a younger Moroccan immigrant worker.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:German,Arabic
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:widow,   jealousy,   dancing,  

Emmi, a German woman in her mid-sixties, falls in love with Ali, a Moroccan immigrant worker around twenty-five years younger. They marry, despite the shocked, bigoted reactions of those around them. When the folks calm down a bit, Emmi and Ali';;s relationship grows uncertain. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ali: Fear Eats The Soul torrent reviews

Jason H (ag) wrote: I may not agree with his politics, but he comes across as a very likable guy.

Florent V (de) wrote: Funny that i watched this movie just after "The Grey", they both are very similar.However, where "The Grey" took me along with its pace, "Essential Killing" just didn't.I don't know where the hype is coming from.

Matthew R (us) wrote: I thought that the first half was significantly better than the second. It was a fun watch.

Kevin M (it) wrote: My favorite Woody Allen film. It is sharp and incredibly funny.

Alan R (us) wrote: Most depressing movie ever

donald w (de) wrote: recently widowed father with a alcohol problem and his two young sons move from New York to the California suburbs during the early 1970s and find themselves coping with hardship, adolescence and frightening incidents which occur in the it

Carl M (us) wrote: A dark shadow hangs over the African desert, and in its wake lies a trail of bodies. He is the Dust Devil, and he rides on the winds collecting the souls of the desperate and weak of heart. As he sets off across the desert to collect his latest victim, he is followed by a persistent policeman whose fifteen year pursuit will finally draw him into a final confrontation with the devil! DUST DEVIL is Richard Stanley's magnum opus, a film that is simply too good for the Horror genre. Stanley is a supreme visualist, who is able to tell a captivating story through images, alone. His impeccable style mesmerizes the audience in DUST DEVIL, as each shot has been planned out to perfection. The African landscape comes to life in ways that many people never thought imaginable, to the point where it becomes a surreal painting. In its extended cut, Stanley achieves all of the same abstract mysticism and dreamy suspense as Alejandro Jodorowsky or David Lynch ever have. The film is otherwise beyond compare. Robert Burke plays a powerful villain, often losing himself in the character. He is charming and mysterious, easily winning the affection of his intended victims in their final moment of weakness. With stunning cinematography and a gripping story, DUST DEVIL is essential viewing for all Horror fans!

Peter S (ru) wrote: This is a solid action revenge historical epic. I view this as a precursor to the also excellent gangs of New York. What can I say? The storyline line is thrilling. Ridley Scott's directing is top notch, the action is excellent and Russell Crowe gives a powerhouse performance in the lead role. I don't personally think it's the best movie of 2000, but I can understand why it won the academy award for best picture. Overall, a solid must see and it can also really inspire people.

Alexander P (fr) wrote: This dry, deadpan comedy plays like a noir fairytale, filmed with tremendous finesse. Jarmusch's unique model of the stylish slow-burner delivers an honesty I haven't seen before. His films have mystique, charisma and a breezy pathos that's more powerful than it seems.

Walter M (us) wrote: "Menage" starts with a night out on the town for Monique(Miou-Miou) and her husband Antoine(Michel Blanc). However, instead of enjoying themselves, she spends her time berating him for the lousy state of their lives.(To be honest, their place is a dump.) Enter Bob(Gerard Depardieu), a handsome stranger, who invites them into the exciting world of breaking and entering. So while his huge proboscis leads them to wealth unimaginable, it also as often leads them into trouble... "Menage" is a wickedly entertaining movie from Bertrand Blier wherein he manages with his usual deftness to simultaneously keep the characters and audience off balance throughout which is no surprise considering the characters' no fixed abode. If the movie had stopped for any period of time, it might have given us a chance to take note of the didactic nature of the dialogue. As it is, it is one long intelligent and honest stream of pure debate on the state of marital relations, as the movie seeks to subvert the normal in any way possible. And Antoine's shock at Bob's advances is not any sign of gay panic; it is just that he is too uptight for words. That like everything else will soon change.

Nathan E (it) wrote: I thought this film would be funnier, considering the caliber of talent involved. It did have its moments (all involving George Burns), but the film ultimately falls short. The theology (or lack thereof) ultimately sinks the film and I just couldn't get into it.But there is a glimmer of good. The film deals with themes of persecution and exposing charlatans. Jerry's belief in God ultimately costs him greatly, making him a laughingstock and almost costing him his family. This is a central theme to many biblical stories, and Jesus Himself warned many times that believers will be slandered and that families will be split because of faith. Very poignant, but gets lost in the muddled theology of who God is.

MuAmmar A (ru) wrote: I've already seen Sister Act, thank you.And Dangerous Mind too.

Jennifer S (fr) wrote: I think I sobbed for the final 30 minutes of the film the first time I watched it. It still moves me to tears after seeing it several times.

(us) wrote: Humanity: an asteroid of the innocent living animals and the earth itself.