A young girl contracts what she thinks is a sexually-transmitted disease - but is actually something much worse.

A young girl has a one-night stand with a random stranger and contracts, what she thinks is, a sexually-transmitted disease - but is actually something much worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sam B (it) wrote: Enjoyed it quite a lot actually, decent story, well told, not ambitious or anything, nice and simple. Good characters too. Also has a good message about working together with people who are different, and about playing and exceeding at your own game, rather than challenging someone at their game.

Alex K (jp) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Stevens L (nl) wrote: Another good movie with Andy Lau. Very entertaining movie from the beginning to the end.

Liane R (br) wrote: Who would not love this movie. It's great

Daniel H (gb) wrote: Very funny, good storyline, worth a watch.

King L (ag) wrote: My least favorite of the Star Trek movies with The Next Generation cast.

Emily A (ag) wrote: It's amazing how much cool stuff can come from a town as small as Baxter. This is a very small, character-driven movie, and I love the portrayal of the ways in which the town natives amuse themelves in the desolate desert. The casting was really good too, as was the script. Props to everyone involved.

Graeme H (de) wrote: Awkward to start, but once it has, it's moving. Going into the film with certain expectations, many of them will be ill-conceived. Much of the film is unexpected; a low-budget debut is never expected to have such an ending. Quite the sledgehammer.

Tobi L (au) wrote: i liked this movie, but i'd probably never watch it again

Dyron W (gb) wrote: Not a strong follow up to Boyz N the Hood, but John Singleton's Poetic Justice is an still entertaining and occasionally humorous effort.

Jayden (mx) wrote: this is a really good movie!

Josh M (kr) wrote: I am not that big of a Hellraiser fan, but Clive Barker's Hellraisers are iconic and imaginative. He knows how to make gruesome horror tales mixed with crazy scenarios and Hellbound shows it all.

David S (br) wrote: De Sica's realist take on a mother daughter who leave Rome toward the end of WWII and must deal with living in the country and the journey back home. Heartbreaking film on several levels (not just because of what happens to them and around them), and Loren's performance is a marvel, especially in a very difficult final fifteen minutes.

Lee W (mx) wrote: Enjoyable little flick I thought!

Wayne K (es) wrote: Offbeat, surreal and with a narrative that very often doesn't seem to have a direction to go in, My Own Private Idaho is very much an acquired taste. I enjoyed it most of all in the first half, when I had no clue as to where it was going or what it was planning to say. Once it started to take its Shakespearean turn, both in terms of plot and dialogue, I found it to be quite pretentious, and the transition forced. The lead performances are memorable, it has its fair amount of touching moments, and the visuals are like something right out of a dream, with a real sense of wandering and dissociation. It's a fun picture at the best of times, and at the worst it's just fairly mediocre. If it could have maintained the same pace and tone it established in the first half hour, I would really have loved it, but as is, I just thought it was pretty good.

Leena L (es) wrote: Intrigue, love , letters and.... Harp lessons. Combined with secret liaisons....