Belle Epoque

Belle Epoque

In 1931, a young soldier (Fernando) deserts from the army and falls into a country farm, where he is welcomed by the owner (Manolo) due to his political ideas. Manolo has four daughters (...

In 1931, a young soldier (Fernando) deserts from the army and falls into a country farm, where he is welcomed by the owner (Manolo) due to his political ideas. Manolo has four daughters (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Belle Epoque torrent reviews

Rudy G (fr) wrote: A bloody syfy horror film....I liked it!

Liam M (ru) wrote: The lesser of Zhang Yimou's thematic trilogy, 'Curse' is never the less a sumptuous feast for the eyes. Lavish to a fault and exhilarating viewing...shame the whole experience comes off a little hollow. All that glitters indeed...

Travis J (de) wrote: Super funny. Great movie to watch and drink a few beers.

Ben K (mx) wrote: An absolutely fascinating docco about life on the Professsional Bowlers Tour. Apparently they're still pissed about Kingpin. Pete Weber watches way too much wrestling and if you're odor eaters and you want to give your product the most exposure then it makes perfect sense to sign up the best player on the tour to endorse your product. All of these moments I learned from watching this movie.

Mike L (gb) wrote: Such bad acting it was just unreal. Very 'made for tv' movie style.

Kenya A (mx) wrote: This wasn't a great movie. In fact, it was pretty bad. I'm sorry but I can't see deal with a gangster film that has Richard Grieco as Bugsy Siegel! Are you kidding me? The dude from If Looks Could Kill? You(TM)ve got to be kidding me! And I was almost offended having Slater as Lucky Luciano (One of my all-time favorite gangsters!) Give me break! He should stick to romantic drama with Wynona Rider! This cast is laughable to boot! And that, not the craptastic (yes, that(TM)s a word!) acting made me want my money back, even though I didn(TM)t pay to see it. They needed to pay me for sitting though that!

Peter P (jp) wrote: This is a pretty terrible movie, but it has a strange charm to it, and it is always cool seeing Jim "Black Belt Jones" Kelly, so it is worth checking if you like his movies.

Jeff B (fr) wrote: Not nearly as good as "Arthur", but Dudley Moore is great at playing selfish and depressed characters who you still can't help but love.

Aaron W (br) wrote: Nihilistic, stark and mostly incomprehensible. This is just about one of the greatest little films I've ever accidentally stumbled across. From the gorgeous black and white imagery to the bizarrely jazzy soundtrack; this film is (and I hate myself for using this terminology) a gem.Edit* After a third viewing, I'm bumpin this up to 5 stars. Not only that, after seeing a few more Wakamatsu films he's certainly become one of my top directors. This has got to be one of the most hypnotically beautiful films I've scene. Everything from the strange poetry like dialogue to the visuals is stunning. I love it.

Paul D (it) wrote: I still like this movie way more than most people do. However, I will acknowledge where it fails. That being said, I am still always able to just go with it and have a bit of fun. I still feel the need to watch it every couple of years. I guess we can chalk this one up as one of my "guilty pleasures". That being said, this really needs a much more faithful adaptation.

Reece L (de) wrote: Horrifying in its bleakness and overwhelmingly emotional in its focus on the titular bond between a woman and her dog, "Wendy and Lucy" is a perfectly brief account of a vital story about the self-righeousness of those who have and the desperation of those have not.