An aspiring artist runs from men as a result of an early life problem that has left her relationship with her father strained. She decides to move into a convent where troubled women receive cheap lodging in exchange for work. She finds a dirty area in the basement where she paints a mural that deals with all of her psychological problems. While some find it gaudy, others such as the mother superior realizes its potential to save the convent which is to be closed. During all this the artist starts a relationship with a man who owns an art supply shop where she shop-lifts her supplies. Written by John Sacksteder
- Stars:Moira Kelly, Taylor Negron, Teri Garr, Eileen Brennan, Shelley Duvall, Dylan Walsh, Jennifer Aspen, Marissa Ribisi, Frances Bay, Anne Haney, Jennifer Youngs, Laurel Moglen, Christopher Lloyd, Bairbre Dowling, Bob Gunton,
- Director:Lynn Roth,
- Writer:Scott Davis Jones
An artist (Moira Kelly) decides to put her troubles with men and evictions behind her by moving to a convent, so she can work for her keep. Is her art an opportunity for the sisters to save the convent from closure? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Changing Habits torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This is such a remarkable film. It is set in the South Seas and filmed on the island of Samoa with a completely unprofessional cast, and they do amazingly well. A unique and completely original film. Very touching and memorable.
(gb) wrote: Defiantly can be classed as a B-Movie. A Cryptozoologist heads to Lake Superior to avenge his father's death by k
(au) wrote: brilliant movie....great depth, good acting, brilliant characterization and of course brilliant direction, shion sono's done it again...wish i could watch more of his movies...i like the way he thinks:)...but "love exposure" was just mind blowing...one of the best movies of all time!!
(ca) wrote: Der Grundstein einer groen Trilogie! :)
(gb) wrote: Mildly disappointing but so what, Nancy Travis is stunning, and Mike has made even better performances.
(us) wrote: "I hope you can chew what you just bit off." Barbara Stanwyck and Walter Huston battle it out as father and daughter in this hotbed Western melodrama. Anthony Mann's The Furies is one of those special films where all the players are vile beasts to one another and as each back is stabbed (or face scissored) there is great delight in their wretched and ultimately deadly antics. As usual, Stanwyck spits hate better than most and Huston has a brilliant swagger to his a-hole patriarch. When the credits role I dare you to be pleased with either demon. VF.
(au) wrote: I didnt care for this movie. Not mu cup of tea! I give it a tumbs down! boo
(us) wrote: The first half is simply too much; its drug out and the dialogue never hits the caliber of the first film, but it picks up during the training and the improved final fight between Creed and Balboa.
(it) wrote: loved this movie, though the ending is sad.