Bella Bettien

Bella Bettien

The gripping story of the Dutch Bettien Martens, based on true facts. After making an incredible career in the international narcotics world during 1984-1992, Bettien was arrested at Piazza Navona in Rome as one of the targets of the International Police Operation "Green Ice". Bettien decided to cooperate with the police and because of her testimonies, many precious arrests were made. As of then, Bettien became a "Pentita" and now is a guest of the "Witness Protection Program".

The gripping true story of a Dutch girl who made an amazing career in the international narcotics world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bella Bettien torrent reviews

Chris B (it) wrote: A film not for everyone. But a film so unique and different that I think you should check it out. Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliff are both really good. You seriously can not compare this movie to anything else. Probably the most original movie I have ever seen. It is about how we keep things inside of us because we don't want to get ridiculed. Swiss Army Man is a movie with great acting, original, funny, and a great soundtrack.

Natalie M (kr) wrote: Documentary exploring the demise of traditional media in a world of changing technologies. The filmmakers had great access with interesting subjects.

April V (fr) wrote: A little slow to get started, but the ending was kind of cute, and I liked that the romance wasn't at first sight. Or second sight. And David Tennant is always awesome and makes me laugh without doing pretty much anything.

Richard M (nl) wrote: Not worth a glance. Utter garbage

April G (fr) wrote: Dirt is the matrix of life, without it we die. Yet, we are systematically destroying our soil using with pesticides, fertilizers, mountain-top strip mining, asphalt and too many other ways to mention in this brief review. Can we grow enough food to feed all 8 billion of us if we run out of healthy land? Check out this film and find out...

Nick C (ag) wrote: I have no problem freely admitting this: I started watching Lovely, Still for a few reasons: firstly, it was available to watch instantly on Netflix, secondly, I wanted to kill half an hour before going to sleep (I watched it in increments) and lastly, I wanted to add another film to my list of Adam Scott films and/or Elizabeth Banks films watched. I wasn't expecting much, but like many good films, Lovely, Still seemingly comes out of nowhere and packs a wallop for those that do happen across it.Let's start off with the basics: this is a film about eldery love. It's stylish, artsy and, at times, tries to seem almost dream-like in the perfect world of its characters. The man, Robert Malone (Martin Landau) meets the woman, Mary (Ellen Burstyn) and they hit it off from the beginning. The story, told mostly from Robert's perspective, opens up a world of possibilities as he is experiencing love for the first time. Never before has he been this happy.As the film progresses, it's not hard to appreciate how adorable our characters involvement is nor is possible to deny that there's a real world factor playing into the story as the dialogue is often short, but sweet; nothing overly profound as this is just simple love. However, a simple love story hardly makes a film. Throughout, the film tries to over-emphasize their love. For example, when they share their first kiss, the entire park just happens to switch on its Christmas lights at the same time. Likewise, Robert and Mary find themselves calling each other at the exact same time which results in them each getting a busy signal on the other line. An hour into this love story and still no real benefit.Then Lovely, Still becomes a movie. Prior to the film's grand unvieling, the only emotion evoked was one of sweetness, but certainly there's got to be more to a life of love than that. As the film leads its audience down a path that only seems to lead to mush and happiness, the thought of any sort of twist or wrench in the character's plan seems less likely. However, one difficult, though non-universal truth lies ahead. With old age comes happiness and sadness. What you think is new may just be a rekindling of a feeling you forgot existed. The final twenty minutes are a rollercoaster and filmmaking at its finest. Simply, happiness can be found in ways you never expect while at the same time never leaves you. Life has a way of being cruel. With happiness comes sadness and sometimes its not possible to sit back at the end of your life and look back on what you've created and the memories you've made.I highly recommend this movie. Landau and Burstyn are phenomenal. It may be hard to find, though. Shit doesn't even have a Wikipedia page.

John M (nl) wrote: five minutes in...had to turn this off.

Jonathan B (br) wrote: Excelentee!! Una de las mejores peliculas del Cine Venezolano

Shuug M (fr) wrote: Love romantic comedy's

Joe S (us) wrote: Amazing movie, I wish they would make more movies.

Laine W (ag) wrote: Beautiful doesn't begin to describe this film. Best film of the last ten years at least. Dumont is a monster and the future of cinema.

Fabien K (it) wrote: un film extreme et mont de faon extreme comme un documentaire

Shawn W (de) wrote: One of Van Damme's better films as he plays a Canadian Mountie going undercover in a California prison. Nice job of casting the convicts here. Not sure why a Mountie would be used on this US operation but thats beside the point.

Kim M (au) wrote: I almost quit on this one because the acting in the first story was just horrendous. It got better in the later chapters. The last couple were almost good.