Winter, 1915. Confined by her family to an asylum in the South of France - where she will never sculpt again - the chronicle of Camille Claudel's reclusive life, as she waits for a visit from her brother, Paul Claudel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Camille Claudel 1915
Winter, 1915. Confined by her family to an asylum in the South of France - where she will never sculpt again - the chronicle of Camille Claudel's reclusive life, as she waits for a visit from her brother, Paul Claudel.
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Jerry Z (jp) wrote: Great movie. Go see it.
david s (us) wrote: Refreshing, but disappointingly conventional in its depiction of radicalism. The point is that the issues are more important than the individuals, but the message received is the conventional movie message, direct to the individual. But it's a well-made film.
FantasyKitties (nl) wrote: BEST MOVIE EVER GIVE A CLAP FOR GLEN COCO BECAUSE HE'S SO GROOL
Graham D (de) wrote: Should have been so much more but not bad.
Marcos S (jp) wrote: A great story with strong performances!
Robert I (au) wrote: While the movie changes plots every 15 minutes, it's still pretty good. However, I am most disappointed in Sidney Poitier's uninspired direction. There's nothing special here worthy of such an actor; Charles Laughton he is not. Apparently much of this movie is improvised, so at least that worked out for him.
John Y (kr) wrote: You will laugh at this movie, until you can't laugh anymore.
Chris B (nl) wrote: Full Review Coming Soon!
Kenneth L (nl) wrote: A perpetually hung over burned out detective turns his life around saving a two bit punk for a Grand Jury investigating police corruption & in the process turns the withess' life around by risking then giving his life to do so.
Chrisanne S (es) wrote: It takes a certain kind of person to like any movie by Edwards. Slow and steady humor. I love it. Grant is increasingly incredulous and Curtis is just keeps bending the rules.
Mike M (ru) wrote: Lou Ferrigno stars as undoubtedly the most-muscular Sinbad ever filmed, in this Italian cinecitta production helmed by original Inglorious Bastards director Enzo Castellari. The story itself is actually quite good (credited at the onset to Poe, of all sources) wherein Sinbad must retrieve a collection of jewels - one at a time, from exotic and harrowing locales - in order to restore peace to a city held captive by an evil wizard. It's in the budget where the flick falls short, as the effects-au-fromage just can't measure up. Like most Italian genre pics, the music (here, an inexplicable space-age organ) is weird and surreal - as is the dubbing, with Ferrigno's (mercifully) somehow quite good. The wizard's on the other hand? Quite, quite bad. Better than you would think overall, however, with credit to Castellari and writer Cozzi (both industry veterans of many genres) getting the most out of a modest budget.