Ten short pieces directed by ten different directors, including Ken Russell, Jean-Luc Godard, Robert Altman, Bruce Beresford, and Nicolas Roeg. Each short uses an aria as soundtrack/sound (Vivaldi, Bach, Wagner), and is an interpretation of the particular aria.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:Italian,French,German,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ballet,   dancer,   snow,  

Ten short pieces directed by ten different directors, including Ken Russell, Jean-Luc Godard, Robert Altman, Bruce Beresford, and Nicolas Roeg. Each short uses an aria as soundtrack/sound (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Aria torrent reviews

Nathan M (nl) wrote: In just over four hours of time, Frederick Wiseman captures the essence of UC Berkeley in the time I attended school there. Not only does he capture the look and feel of the university, but also the prevailing issues that were in the air in the late years of the Birgeneau administration. To capture a timely profile of a unique university, Wiseman juxtaposes the administrative challenges presented by budget cuts with the myriad social challenges that prevailed within the thoughtful student body at the time. The snippets of various classroom discussions and debate and a profile of recent student protests are the most engaging. He also shuffles in atmospheric, setting establishment shots that actually resemble ones I made in my "C" montage series. Everything is realistic and this documentary presentation is really more of a time capsule record than a hard and heavy statement.On the other hand the scenes that Wiseman chooses to include are never terribly out there, especially for an alumnus. Absent are revelations like the disturbingly relaxed ahuman pragmatism of the Bridgewater workers in Titicut Follies.While it is not perfect or for the restless film fan, it stands as a priceless snapshot of UC Berkeley around the time I was attending. I believe it started filming in my second or third year there. I look forward to revisiting it in 10 years for a nice fuzzy feeling. (7 December 2013)

Jay B (ca) wrote: It is obvious that Shore is slightly off these days, but his deranged antics are still pretty funny. This mockumentary is clearly staged at points, but manages to walk the line between sweet and funny pretty well.

Sasy N (ru) wrote: Joa, der Film zieht sich leider ein bisschen sehr, aber die Besetzung fand ich ganz gut.

Erika E (it) wrote: I love actors. I recommend just reading the book, is much better.

Alex F (ca) wrote: my favorite movie so far

Massi M (kr) wrote: Embora falte o humanismo do primeiro filme, "Extermnio 2" feito com uma atmosfera fantstica e uma direo forte.

Sieraaj A (jp) wrote: Known as Ignorant Fairies when I saw it, I fell in love with this moving story and it was one of my favourites of 2001.

Sanjay K (us) wrote: Aamir is great. Story was superb. Climax was predictable but wasn't weak.



Orlok W (fr) wrote: Well executed old and very dark house horror--A Genuinely Creepy Miasma!!

Kerrie C (br) wrote: Pretty strange. Passed an hour or so!

Rebecca T (jp) wrote: Oh, this was bad, dead fish in a hot car, bad. The demons looked like they were wearing 70s Halloween masks. The actors looked bored. How can so much money be spent on something so unappealing?

Logan M (au) wrote: "I Love You, Man" is a fresh and funny take on overused buddy/romantic comedy formulas.

Brandon S (ag) wrote: Not just a fine sports movie, but a sharply edited, finely tuned, highly formulaic yet entertaining, and so well-acted that it's hard to believe that it shares a list with many other sports movies. This is a great film all the way around. Also, the sound design by Elliot Koretz, and leading performance by Kurt Russell are both magical. I have little to no complaints about this wonderously inspiring little charmer.

Ayrton Anthony C (jp) wrote: Puntaje Original: 9.5Una de las pelculas ms hermosas jamas creadas, sta maravillosa pelcula te har ver el significado de la vida como nunca antes se haba hecho, una pelcula que realmente vale la pena ver.