Camera Obscura

Camera Obscura

A photojournalist suffering from PTSD returns home from Iraq and finds himself struggling to keep his sanity and family intact.

A veteran war photographer with PTSD sees imminent deaths in his developed photos. As one horrific scene after another comes true, he is left with an enormous moral dilemma that challenges his already fragile sanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Camera Obscura torrent reviews

Santana L (us) wrote: this would be the kind of movie my dad would watch. My dad loves to watch westerns and this would be one that he would watch and like

Trevor M (br) wrote: I have never watched the series but watched Razor before this, both are just brilliant, very very enjoyable. The Plan definitely makes me want to watch the series.

Mariano A (fr) wrote: Ya en Australia saben del "Arma secreta" mira vooo.... creo que me pongo a compartir cuarto en cualquier momento.

The Critic (kr) wrote: A consistently entertaining comedy about the complexities of love. A fantastic cast elevates a less-than-solid screenplay.

Courtney T (it) wrote: Looks cheesey and fun.

Ildiko S (ag) wrote: a must see for anyone who has a heart...

Andrew V (br) wrote: I can remember this movie from my childhood...loved it!

Edgar C (ru) wrote: 50% of the movie is the soundtrack, absorbing, cheesy and experimental.25% of the movie is Soledad Miranda's stunningly endless sex appeal and perfect hand-made body.15% of the movie is Franco's playfulness with the camera, invading spaces, zooming into details that may not be appreciated from a far distance, capturing urban and natural landscapes.8% of the movie is the remaining eroticism.1% is the Gothic aura surrounding these lesbians.The last 1% are those more-sexy-than-bloody vampire bites.Franco: the European king of erotic camp cult trash.98/100

Michelle R (jp) wrote: Fascinating, enthralling and educational. Makes me wish I was a physicist!

Nick G (ru) wrote: Nick Lyon did a great job writing and directing this film. It's a modern, portland-punk take on Romeo & Juliet. The cinematography is gorgeous and Chad Lindberg's performance is Oscar-worthy.

Jimmy P (fr) wrote: Honestly, a pretty stupid, silly movie, but pretty fun.

Dann M (ca) wrote: A controversial historical biopic, The Conspirator is an impassioned political drama from director Robert Redford. The film follows defense attorney Frederick Aiken as he attempts to defend Mary Surratt, who's charged as a conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, but he soon discovers that the trial is more about politics than truth. Redford takes a decidedly pro-Surratt position and is very condemning of the tribunal system that was used to try the assassination conspirators. Still, the plot addresses some fascinating issues and themes about war, justice, and law. The cast is also extraordinarily good, featuring James McAvoy, Robin Wright, Kevin Kline, Evan Rachel Wood, and Tom Wilkinson. The Conspirator takes a few liberties with history, but it's a well-crafted and compelling film that asks provocative questions.

Harsh C (ca) wrote: Great suspenseful buildup with a room full of typical hard-arsed Tarrantino characters, but then their agendas are fully revealed and it dissolves into a straightforward bloody shootfest.

Kristine L (jp) wrote: Beautiful acting by Keira Knightley and James McAvoy. The causation created by one lie invokes a rippling effect that destroys the happiness of three people, only to be redeemed by the dream ending to unite the tragic lovers, which can be seen as an act of atonement.