Amer

Amer

Searing memories and carnal desires rule the mind of Ana, a young woman in thrall to her own fantasies whose visions and obsessions draw her toward deeper eroticism -- and deeper danger, in this modern take on a Giallo.

Three key moments, all of them sensual, define Ana's life. Her carnal search sways between reality and colored fantasies becoming more and more oppressive. A black laced hand prevents her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amer torrent reviews

Joe S (br) wrote: it was a awesome movie my kid loved it

Casey T (us) wrote: I found this installment to be creepier than the first because it focuses more on Rose Byrne than Patrick Wilson and It's easier to relate to her as a concerned mother than him as a standoffish (or possessed, as the case may be) father.

Sergio O (jp) wrote: Javier Bardem is fantastic.

Alexander E (ca) wrote: "My favorite childhood film"

David H (nl) wrote: it is a really good movie

Santiago S (fr) wrote: Before I saw this film, I expected it to suck, but I was surprised when I finished it and found it moving. Movies aimed at a black audience in those days(1975) were B-movie material but this one made up for it with a touching story based on then- successful scriptwriter Eric Monte's youth (who would later waste all his earnings on a crack addiction). Now I know why it's being compared (oftentimes more favorably) with youth themed films of that period, "American Graffiti" and "The Big Chill", both of which I also saw. I was also surprised to see someone very light skinned as the lead character's love interest, Cynthia Davis (she should have made more films after this, she was really fine). And of course, "It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday" the song playing towards the end of the movie which was later covered by Boyz II Men, what a very moving song.

Cassandra M (us) wrote: his was the first of the 6 major Italian Cannibal flicks of the 70's, (and early 80's). And it isn't that bad at all. It has a quite good story, and the acting is suprisingly good. The love story is a little far-fetched, but the film itself is quite enjoyable, except, once again for the real animal deaths.Not as good as either of Deodato's, but certainly better than Eaten Alive, Cannibal Apocalypse, or Trap Them and Kill Them.

Guido S (ag) wrote: Sandra Bullock's husband dies in a car crash and see goes sort of crazy reliving various days leading up to the accident, but experiencing them out of order. This sounds like a good idea, but there doesn't seem to be much between the events to justify them so the film just doesn't really make a lot of sense. I guess one could say it was her way to cope with things, but that is never really explored. After a few days, the film starts to drag a bit until you finally get to the crash. Then there is the last 2 seconds or so which really feel like a cop out. A good idea, just wasn't thought out as much as it should.

Paul W (it) wrote: John Ford and John Wayne saddle up for a classic frontier military western. The story is a little weak, but the photography, scenery and horsemanship are second to none.

Juan R (ag) wrote: It's hard to keep up to the many twists of this fascinating, bizarre love story.

Kendyl C (ca) wrote: Basket Case has a name that couldn't be any truer to the film. It's B-horror at its finest and it's so disastrous and gory, it's actually flattering.

Julian Y (gb) wrote: Stephen King story adapted into a movie by John Carpenter in his prime.... Need I say more.