Breaking Glass

Breaking Glass

Breaking Glass is the story of punk singer Kate and her meteoric rise to stardom. Starting out in the rock pubs of London, Kate, assisted by her manager Danny, becomes a huge star overnight. Once at the top the pressure is immense as Kate's band are squeezed out and she is left to cope alone in the spotlight.

A rock singer is determined to rise to the top of the profession, letting nothing stand in the way of that goal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Breaking Glass torrent reviews

Randy Y (es) wrote: Very funny. May hit quite close to home for those of us in our 40s, but great characters, well paced and a lot of good laughs. A little intense in spots, but still wraps up all 'warm & fuzzy'.

Johnny N (ag) wrote: too daft but some of the moves are amazin'

Chris A (gb) wrote: a brilliant peice of british horror. The end packs a real wallop.

Melody B (ru) wrote: I actually like this film.

Chris C (nl) wrote: A funny and truthful reflection upon clubbing and the effect of Ecstasy. I particularly liked the idea of showing the 'real life' occurrence before showing what the characters really think - which led to some amusing jokes about life in general.

Aswin W (it) wrote: This film was good and sad too.

James B (ag) wrote: Loved this movie when I was a kid!!

CoTrina R (fr) wrote: Little Buddha, an extraordinary film. Bertolluci, really tries for a spiritual component that doesn't seem phony, contrived or spiritual materialist. He allows us to welcome Eastern religions into the Western mainstream of our faith and thoughts. Some scenes are mind-blowing and having the eye candy of Chris Isaak and Keanu Reeves kept me wanting to see more. The sweet and genuine Bridget Fonda played the mother of a boy (Jesse) who is believed by Lama Norbu and other monks that Lama Dorje has reincarnated himself within him. When I read that Keanu Reeves was playing Buddha, I did have some negative feeling about the fact that he is a white actor playing a Buddhist role, who doesn't remotely look Indian. How insulting to have a full Indie cast when telling Buddha's story of enlightenment! After being captivated by the colors, the mystical sounds, and the warmth feeling of the movie, those feeling ceased. I found him completely believable as Siddhartha Gautama. The acting may not be Oscar worthy but the movie communicates its subject matter in a way that many people can relate to and was portrayed just simple enough for Americans to understand.The purpose of the Tibetan Monks from Bhutan popping into the American(TM)s lives was to evaluate the couple's only child as a candidate for one of Buddhism's primary beliefs, reincarnation. The story of Buddha is presented to you through the "eyes" of a child's book presented to the American child to help him understand the belief system. It also helps you keep the intertwining story lines straight. The cinematographer in a warm colored light portrays the part of the story about Buddha, whereas the struggles of the American family to come to grips with all of this are presented in cool tones. I love the way the movie tells two stories at once with the right balance between a real life storyline intertwined with an abbreviated story of Buddha, which was actually enough in this case. When I first saw it I did not know what to expect at all. It is a wonderful thing to see the life of the Buddha being told especially if you haven't seen it before and the monks were funny. The benefit of portraying religious stories in secular films is to teach the non-Buddhist about the religion in a simplistic form and in an entertaining way. For an example, the lama explained reincarnation; tea is still tea even after the cup breaks, implicating the mind (tea) still exists after the body (cup) decays away.? It is close to the same way I explained about the existence of God. If you pour salt into a glass of water you know the salt is there but can not see it. The breaking of the cup got my attention. Another line that stuck out to me; There is no salvation without compassion for every other Being?. I really believe in that and love that Bertolluci included this line in the movie because it shows us the beauty and compassion of their religion, which other religions should be conscious of this. If anyone say this is an awful it is because they are not spiritually mature and it isn(TM)t for them. Bottom line, Little Buddha gives a touching peak into one of the world's great belief systems without any attempt to preach to you. I highly recommend anyone to see this movie.

D N (de) wrote: B tired it also houses that we was go $500 over the rest in betweenb

Rotimer J (kr) wrote: Despite its flaws, of which there are many, I really enjoyed this. Jeff Bridges' bizarre performance may make or break this for you. Thankfully it worked for me.

Tim S (kr) wrote: horrible, turned it off within the first 5 minutes it was so bad.