Black Silk (Thai: แพรดำ or Prae dum) is a 1961 Thai crime drama film written and directed by Rattana Pestonji. Considered the first Thai film noir, Black Silk was also among the first Thai films to be exhibited at overseas film festivals, screening at the 11th Berlin International Film Festival in 1961
Black Silk (Thai: แพรดำ or Prae dum) is a 1961 Thai crime drama film written and directed by Rattana Pestonji. Considered the first Thai film noir, Black Silk was also among the first Thai films to be exhibited at overseas film festivals, screening at the 11th Berlin International Film Festival in 1961 . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Black Silk torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: A beautiful tribute to a brilliant writer and inspiring man who was one of the most influential movie critics of all time, showing us his indisputable importance for the Seventh Art, his genius and flaws, and his touching fight with cancer, all in a very honest, unsentimental way.
(us) wrote: There is no question that this movie is blasphemous and crude. The plot summary pretty much gives that away and this movie doesn't pull it's punches. It definitely delivers on the rude jokes and gore, but overall it is not very entertaining.
(gb) wrote: "Oslo, August 31st" starts on the day before, as Anders(Anders Danielsen Lie) wakes up next to Malin(Malin Crepin). After which he goes for a walk before trying to drown himself. When that does not take, he goes back to the recovery house where he has been staying to get cleaned up and put on his dress sneakers for a job interview that day. Before which, he meets with Thomas(Hans Olav Brenner) and Rebecca(Ingrid Olava), two of Anders' friends from his party days. "Oslo, August 31st" is a downbeat character study of somebody who has self-medicated for his depression and now finds that life has passed him by, with him not being the only one in that precarious position. The reality is that it is not over and that he can turn it around, even if he has blown his original advantages. The question remains how much he may want to without his ex-girlfriend Iselin. The movie remains ambiguous about whether the breakup caused his current extreme behavior or whether the behavior drove Iselin thousands of miles away. Just keep in mind that Anders' sister is not currently talking to him, either.
(jp) wrote: This is a good movie to see with your grandma
(fr) wrote: To the refined aesthetic, philosophical and sci-fi contents already seen in the first chapter, this combines the flavor of the best noir movies. A worthy successor.
(de) wrote: A more polished entry of the series, Scary Movie 3 boasts a more mature Anna Faris' protagonist Cindy Campbell into the franchise. Whilst it every so often references its ghetto american pie roots, the Wayans Brothers have fled the scene and that's probably for the best.
(us) wrote: this was a good movie
(es) wrote: Aside from the uneven acting, still a great movie! Excellent depiction of Marx's class conflict in a capatilist economy.
(de) wrote: Born of the Fourth of July has Tom Cruise bringing his best acting and Oliver Stone best directing to another anti-war/ Vietnam War film.
(kr) wrote: One of my Favorites from the day. River Phoenix at his tragic best.
(ca) wrote: Decent, mostly worth a gander for Bujold's excellent acting. History purists will scream bloody murder though.
(ag) wrote: The runtime flies by due to phenomenal acting, and great pacing by the director.
(ca) wrote: A superb low-budget variation on THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL from poverty row genius Edgar G. Ulmer.
(ag) wrote: There are a lot of disturbing facts and statistics mentioned in the movie but nothing is as disturbing as the interviews with convicted paedophile O'Grady. His general demeanor is verging on smugness. He certainly doesn't come across as a man who is ashamed of what he has done or one who is openly confessing his guilt on camera to an unforgiving world.
(ag) wrote: La historia esta buena e interesante pero la fotografia y la accion deja mucho que desear...
(jp) wrote: 3.5/5A movie overly reliant on its great performances that demands a lot from the viewer even when it doesnt give enough for the viewer to really care for the deeper meaning of these interesting but strangely paced and overly complicated plots that while necesary can easily be unrewarding by its conclusion.
(br) wrote: Trick Or Treat is a marvelous 1980s horror/rock movie. Marc Price is very convincing as Eddie, the tormented metal-head. The bullying he goes through feels uncannily authentic, so at least the makers of the film have some idea of what high school is like instead throwing together a bunch of stereotypes and thinking that's what high school could possibly be like. The rock soundtrack by Fastway is also something to be proud of. The music is well selected and is definitely something a rocker like me would listen to. Tony Fields plays Sammi Curr, one of the best horror villains ever. He's a leather-clad rocker who's made out of electricity. He shoots lightning out of his guitar and can come out of any device that's playing his latest record backwards. This gets interesting when it is played backwards on the radio. Gene Simmons appears as Nuke, the radio DJ who gives Eddie Sammi Curr's last album. Ozzy Osbourne cameos as Rev. Aaron Gilstrom, a preacher speaking out against violence and obscenities in rock music (the irony is hilarious). The special effects and make-up effects are good, the plot never drags. I have heard that there is a 98 minute cut of the film on VHS, but I don't know if this is correct or not. All I do know is that the DVD release is pretty bad. It's full-screen only, no special features, and the box art is awful. To get it to sell, they say Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osbourne are starring in it and stick their CURRENT PICTURES ON THE COVER. No, not the characters they play, their current pictures. On the back, half of the photos are behind-the-scenes (not that bad, though). I'd say the DVD is worth buying because of good picture quality and an all-out amazing movie.