And Now My Love

And Now My Love

The movie follows the lives of a woman and a man starting from several generations earlier. The story spans a whole century and several continents.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:French,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:love affair,   affair,   life,  

The movie follows the lives of a woman and a man starting from several generations earlier. The story spans a whole century and several continents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


And Now My Love torrent reviews

Lee A (ca) wrote: Was a little skeptical at first, but it got better. The trailers were a little deceiving, but all in all this was a decent suspenseful LDS movie (not that there are (m)any others besides Brigham City, which I don't remember). I'd recommend it! Maclain Nelson needs a few more acting lessons. It was fun to watch the original news headlines from 15 years ago.

Kaj W (ca) wrote: Wow, I didn't know that Michael J. Fox is working as a cameraman nowadays! I mean, there can't be any other reason for the constantly shaking camera. There's NOT A SINGLE STEADY SHOT IN THE ENTIRE FILM. Every single scene in this film is shot with a wobbly handheld camera, and it's just purely annoying. On top of that, most of the night scenes are not shot with proper lighting, so most of the night scenes are just too dark to figure out what's happening or who's talking to who.So what about the plot? First 30 minutes there's just random stuff happening, not relating to anything, then we get 30 minutes of sitting in a van and driving around, 30 minutes of nasty stuff happening and more driving around and then the grand finale: 15 minutes of random stuff happening (like a cabdriver changing a tire, oh wow). And this film actually won prices in Cannes. I'm speechless.Do yourself a favour and avoid this.

Pau B (mx) wrote: Excelente que cineastas mexicanos se atrevan a realizar filmes de ciencia ficcion, pero sta dista mucho de llegar a ser realmente ciencia ficcin.Dicen los dceres... que es la segunda parte de una triloga, a ver qu tal pinta ya en conjunto las tres partes, pero no me quedaron ganas de ver las otras dos y no lo har. La percib muy banal, no profundiza en nada y el "final" est asquerosamente malo, cortan la pelcula as no ms, como si fuese justificable porque continuar la historia.Est, tristemente, muy chafa :(

Ian H (it) wrote: Works as more of a parable than an actual story, but is an effective parable nonetheless and if anything serves as a standalone CV for Peter Macdissi who is ridiculously great in this film.

Mike A (fr) wrote: Excellent movie on the life and history of PMC's(mercenaries). very very good film

Jennifer S (us) wrote: I kind of consider this movie to be sister-in-viewing to In The Realms of the Unreal. Again appears art and unusual people, and that's just the way I like it. This time, though, there are many individuals and they all play a part in the art that we see (as well as take for granted) in today's mass media. It's funny to think that actual people make these grand images. In my mind, giant corporations just belch it all out without much thought besides profit. All of these people so ridiculously amazed me as I watched this film. They just do what they do, and they never let anything stop them. Enough people notice them after a while, and voila, they make huge money designing shapes that Nike wants to plaster on its television ads. I guess their talent, combined with their persistence, pays off after a while - but you've got to have a lot of talent and a lot of persistence. I admired these people. Even when I see them hanging around in what looks like city slums, perhaps places they used to spend time, it looks somehow glamorous in that gritty way things in movies do but never in real life. Of course I was inspired to do my own art, do my own thing, etc. after this movie concluded. That's the good thing about films like these - hey, they can do it, maybe I can too! Art is beautiful (it really is)! We need more of this! But I am saying this from a jaded point of view now. These people's mission in life is so simple - get the art out there. If only the rest of us could figure it out so easily. And yes, there is a pattern of thinking like this in my reviews.

Dawn C (ag) wrote: Gripping, horrifying, and touching. Though there is no dialogue whatsoever, the story and emotion were communicated with ease. And of course, there are no words to describe the beauty of Britten's War Requiem.

paul h (gb) wrote: Entertaining and fun movie

Guillaume H (ru) wrote: First 60 minutes is eery, somber, mystical and pretty perfect to me, then 15 minutes of cop chase and goofy action cuts the flow with a clumsy tonal shift before getting back on track in pyrotechnic mode to the end. It deserves its cult status, unfolds like a true Clive Barker novel and is bursting with creativity and dark magic.

Brett B (ag) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie. I don't understand why critics have it rated so low. We need to talk about Kevin had better reviews for some reason. My only guess as to why is that stronger performances were required by the actors instead of a better story.

Yannick D (ru) wrote: Whenever I watch what I consider to be "older" films the likes of this one, I wonder if they felt just as formulaic when they came out as they do today. Within the formula's boundaries however, Working Girl is able to avoid most clumsiness thanks to a great supporting cast.