Un camping au bord d'un lac pendant les vacances d'été. Camille, 17 ans, y traîne son ennui coincée entre ses parents et son petit ami. Elle rencontre Blaise, la quarantaine, tout juste embauché comme moniteur de voile. Camille et Blaise connaissent tous deux ce même mal de vivre qui les rapproche et les éloigne des autres. Mais leur complicité alimente la rumeur d'une liaison qui exaspère leur entourage et déchaîne les passions. Ils se lancent alors à corps perdus dans une dangereuse histoire d'amour...
- Stars:Denis Lavant, Isild Le Besco, Pascal Bongard, Jean-Michel Guerin, Martine Demaret, Yann Trégouët, Raphaëlle Misrahi, Emmanuelle Bercot, Marcel Fix,
- Director:Christophe Ali, Nicolas Bonilauri,
- Writer:Christophe Ali, Nicolas Bonilauri
Camille, 17, is caravan camping with her family at a lake in Gironde, where she's bored, pouty, and, toward her parents, foul-mouthed and rebellious. Her summer boyfriend, Fred, seems too ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Camping sauvage torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Very quriky and wierdly executed movie. I enjoyed watching the movie even though the entire time watching I knew this would end badly. Radcliffe seams o have a penchant for bad endings. I hate an unreasonably sappy hollywood ending when it's not logical
(es) wrote: A fun and touching film. It's nice that whilst you often get social-political films that use kids as an innocent voyeur on the world around them: this film is very much about the kids who's adventure is only ever interrupted by the politics of 70s Ireland. A nice ode to the joy of children's imagination even when they live in shitty times.
(es) wrote: I stole this from POUNDLAND! what a crock of shit,i thought it was a rip-off movie due to the Shiite pixelated case, i can't believe good actors like these lower themselves to such wank toss standard movie!! what an abomination! -love jordan xxx
(de) wrote: Despite not having too many creative fight scenes, it was a very easy watching film. I liked the comic sidekick in this film the most.
(ag) wrote: Most of the movie is taken up with Columbus' attempt to persuade Spain to finance his voyage and the actual journey itself, the last forty minutes deal with his arrival at what he named San Salvador. Lacks any real character and could pass for a fictional adventure movie, anyway it killed a few hours.
(ca) wrote: this is really funny
(au) wrote: Attenborough's take on Churchill's book, My Early Life, which covers South African war campaign with some unconvincing battle and charge scenes, fine performances by Shaw and Bancroft of his parents and lot of speeches. The director would more fully perfect his biopic craft in Ghandi.
(fr) wrote: House by the River is one of those noir movies that perfectly fit into the horror genre. Its sombre atmosphere, macabre feel, use of light and shady cinematography compose a masterful amount of greatly thrilling and scary sensations. Stephen Byrne murders his maid, and then asks his brother John for help with burying the body in the nearby river. After a series of accidents, its John who's blamed for the girl's death. What's more, Stephen is perfectly ok with that and even starts to write a book about this horrifying case. Its a good brother vs. evil brother showcase of the most electrifying kind. Fritz Lang's under-appreciated work.
(kr) wrote: Surpasses the original in every way: Better style, better visuals, better camera work, better effects, better story, better action scenes, creative new and cool looking villain and an epic finale battle.This movie is simply put: The best Blade movie.
(de) wrote: Funny movie with great characters and very quotable
(jp) wrote: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is a terrifying experience without any kind of meaning.The main characters fail to be engaging enough, not because of their performances, which were actually good, but because the story is totally absurd.
(au) wrote: Just waiting for one "Great Scott!" from Christopher Klingon.
(it) wrote: Very boring very sexy