Brideshead Revisited

Brideshead Revisited

Based on Evelyn Waugh's 1945 classic British novel, Brideshead Revisited is a poignant story of forbidden love and the loss of innocence set in England prior to the Second World War.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:133 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English,Italian,Arabic,Latin,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   artist,   religion,  

Although he aspires to become an artist, middle-class Charles Ryder reads history at the University of Oxford, where he befriends the flamboyant and wealthy Lord Sebastian Flyte. Sebastian's mother, Lady Marchmain, strongly disapproves of his life-style, especially his heavy drinking. When Sebastian takes him home to visit his nanny, Charles is enthralled by the grandeur of the Marchmain family estate, known as Brideshead, and he is entranced by its residents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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J C (kr) wrote: A visually impressive and engaging graphic novel film. Perhaps a little contrived in parts, but for a movie without a hollywood budget, I was quite impressed.

Beln A (ag) wrote: "Our Brand Is Crisis" (2005) is an extremely interesting documentary that tells us about the campaign of Gonzalo Snchez de Losada to become president of Bolivia. How did he become president, and why did he decide to "brand crisis" in order to run a successful campaign? What role did the American political strategists he hired played in the 2003 Bolivian elections? And what ended up going wrong, after he was elected? The answers to those questions, and more, can be found in this dvd. I would like to highlight the fact that this documentary is made out of real life footage of meetings between Snchez de Lozada and his advisors (before, during and after the campaign), and also contains some footage of the events that led to his resignation. This is not fiction, but reality, and that is one of the reasons why it is so illuminating. I believe that this dvd should be seen by those who are interested in political campaigns, political advertising or mass media, but also by the kind of people who like to watch an engaging documentary that helps them to understand the world we live in. "Our Brand Is Crisis" shows us that a presidential candidate is promoted in more or less the same way a product is advertised. However, if you buy the wrong product you can always return it. If you choose a president that is not good for your country because you believe what a wonderful advertising campaign designed through polls tells you, your country suffers. All in all, I am very happy I watched this dvd. It is the kind of documentary that you don't forget, and that gives you food for thought. Highly recommended! Belen Alcat

Alex G (br) wrote: The excellent interpretations enrich the film.

Todd A (mx) wrote: Aidan Quinn gives it his best but he can't save this failed experiment from horrible child acting, poor pacing, and a story that feels like it belongs on a Hallmark special.

Ariel R (jp) wrote: Good but a little dramatic.

Cassie H (fr) wrote: Wacky, Wild, and a HILLARIOUS made movie!!! (:

Andy G (ag) wrote: Throw momma from the train is a classic comedy the stars Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal about two guys decide to kill one's wife and the other killed their mother but things go wrong and the funny things happen. B- (1988)

Aj V (ru) wrote: A pretty good story, but the movie is kind of boring too. I've never really cared for military stories, but this one has more to it. It's a pretty good movie.

Raine L (jp) wrote: I remember this being worthy of at least 3 stars but I want to see it again.

Jaime R (ru) wrote: Thin on comedy, but rich on Julianne Moore's performance.

Post G (it) wrote: An intriguing film, but ultimately a failure. It feels like a bad David Lynch film, although less kooky. Characters are poorly drawn (especially Lucy), although Malkovich delivers a fascinatingly odd performance. Aims high, but there are too many holes and obfuscations to make any real connection.