Boy Meets Girl
Paris by night. Alex, 22, wants to become a filmmaker. He is fascinated by first times and his girlfriend, Florence, has just left him for his best friend, Thomas. First break-up, first attempted murder: Alex tries to strangle Thomas, but gives up and wanders the streets. That evening, Mireille, a girl from provincial France who has come up to Paris to make commercials, is left by her boyfriend. Alex witnesses this separation. These two tormented souls run into each other at a party...
- Stars:Denis Lavant, Mireille Perrier, Carroll Brooks, Maïté Nahyr, Elie Poicard, Christian Cloarec, Lorraine Berger, Marc Desclozeaux, Anna Baldaccini, Evelyne Schmitt, Jean Duflot, P'tit Louis, Dominique Reymond, Georges Castorp, Anne Dieumegard,
- Director:Leos Carax,
- Writer:Leos Carax
Leos Carax's (Pola X, Lovers on the Bridge) brilliant feature debut follows the relationship of an aspiring filmmaker (Denis Lavant)... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Boy Meets Girl torrent reviews
(br) wrote: an outstanding breakout performance from Kristen Stewartthe film however exploitative to a degree it may be really shows us the true side of things working with detainees at Guantanamo Baywhat is it actually like behind the other end of the cell doors? how is it fair/unfair for the detainees while they are locked up? how much punishment is too much when these army guards are patrolling 24/7?it's easy to see why Cole can feel such guilt and disarray against someone who probably isn't a criminal as many would believe; here it's how the system works without giving a second thought according to Ali and how being imprisoned has destroyed his sense of self-being really heavy dramatic moments mixed with really good acting make up for a lackluster pacePeter Sattler has a strong motivation to feel for both the prisoner and the imprisoned; neither side is good or evil and nothing is maybe not quite black-and-white as we were meant to expect its just that fear-motivators like 9/11 have us going in circles knowing whom to actually hold responsible without any regards
(ag) wrote: This simply plotted movie is a nice gem among many lesser-known films. When a prostitute confesses to a priest that she's going to commit suicide on her upcoming birthday, the priest follows the few clues he has in an attempt to avert her destructive plans. Emphasizing forgiveness and compassion, "Into Temptation" is a straight-forward movie with a realistic Christian (or Catholic) message. Kristin Chenoweth gives a poignant, sympathetic performance as the prostitute. And Jeremy Sisto is quite believable as the priest. Easily worth the short hour and a half run time. [4/5 stars]
(au) wrote: There's nothing like a good bit of street justice! I lost track of Sean Bean's character Bryant in the end though.. Danny Dyer is brilliant and Sean Harris is like Gareth from the office, but way, way darker..
(ru) wrote: Quite an interesting film, this one. Though not the kind of film I'd usually tackle, I really liked it in certain aspects.
(it) wrote: A good comedy where the governator does not take himself seriously
(gb) wrote: Great performance from Mae, impersonating a missionary of all things!
(gb) wrote: "Phone Booth" is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that unravels in real time. The concept is fantastic - a manipulative liar enters a phone booth to partake in his daily infidelity when a sniper contacts him and forces him to confess his sins at distant gunpoint. While you might be thinking "How much could possibly happen if the entire thing takes place in a phone booth?", the script is written in a way that constantly builds momentum and introduces characters into the story throughout. It begins a little slow, but that is necessary so that the situation can begin subtly and then escalate. The reason that this film works is the acting. Colin Farrell plays his character in a way that we hate him and then pity him. His emotions drive the plot and create a shift in our emotions (the way that he talks to his assistant, the mean things that he has to say to the police captain, his heartfelt confession to his wife). Forest Whitaker is the other key to this story, allowing us to differentiate between the information that the characters know and the information that the audience knows. And probably the most important part of the film is Kiefer Sutherland's voice. The way that he delivers the sniper's dialogue makes us see him with disgust without ever seeing him. Add in an amazing twist at the end and this strange concept becomes a worthwhile cinematic experience. Could it have been done better? Probably. But "Phone Booth" is good enough that they don't need to try. Next time, just trap them on a ski lift or buried in the ground.
(kr) wrote: Gory, but oddly campy.