Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

Anna Forbes suffers an attack and sexual abuse by her father-in-law. But when she overcomes her fear and tells her husband Mark what happened he does not believe her, choosing instead to believe his father who denies everything. As Anna becomes increasingly desperate to be believed and her actions become more erratic, Mark has her committed to a mental institution for psychiatric treatment.

Anna suffers an attack and an abuse by her father-in-law. But when she overcomes her fear and tells the story her husband, he does not believe her but sets her under psychatric treatment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dancing in the Dark torrent reviews

Sean P (us) wrote: A father finds his son through music with an unexpected twist.

Kevin R (ag) wrote: It is really dangerous to open the door of truth.Kazuya Murata, director of episodes from the television series Planetes and Steele Angel Kurumi, delivers Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos. The storyline is fairly good and is about our heroes trying to solves a web of mysteries around the city's powers throughout its past. The animation is very clean and well done. Some of the scenes were overdone, but that's common in anime (I just thought more so than in similar film like Cowboy Bebop)."I have no more use for you."I am a fan of certain anime and adore watching the movies. I found this on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. I thought it was actually pretty good and I really liked the characters. The action scenes were pretty good outside of a few jump/flying scenes early on that annoyed me. Overall, this is a worthwhile film even if you never watched the series."I am the full metal alchemist."Grade: B+

Ken S (it) wrote: Wonderful documentary on the tramp

Paul K (kr) wrote: Well OK I suppose. Part of that US suburban psycho genre, but not up there with 'American Beauty', 'We Need to Talk About Kevin', 'Revolutionary Road', or 'Far From Heaven'. But you get the idea. Wacky, well-acted, and supposedly from the life. Hard to get excited about, though.

M (ag) wrote: Un vieux paysan dcide vendre sa ferme pour tout quitter. Une parisienne dcide tout quitter pour se retrouver en l'achetant. Voil la trame d'une histoire d'amiti entre deux personnes si differents que, finalement, ils se compltent merveille.Ou pas? Elle est en qute d'une reconversion professionnelle la campagne, mais elle ne reussit pas trouver une reconversion personnelle, car elle reste dsintresse completement de tout relation serieuse avec des autres.Lui, par contre, il dmontre une humanit plus proche de la notre. Il comprendre la rigueur du mtier d'agriculteur et, de plus, la difficult d'une vie en solitude dont il faut vivre de souvenirs.A la fin, on assimile que les deux sont des mes solitaires mais pas vraiment similaires. Elle, cause de sa propre nature. Lui, les circonstances lui rendre seul. Ensemble, ils nous permettent analyser un bon nombre des aspects de leur personnalits, et peut-tre de la notre.

Brooke J (es) wrote: very good, the way they filmed it was ery good, got to see alot of rome

Anthony H (it) wrote: Good film, spike lee at it again

HM F (br) wrote: Despite the title and an aggressively charming performance from Lolita Davidovich, Paul Newman rules the movie with a showy role that wrestle for control of the film from it's titular character. The movie seems to shortchange it's focus on Blaze Starr right from the outset, with only a cursory look at her decision to jump into the world of burlesque, although with a very amusing sequence with Robert Wuhl, before it quickly introduces Newman's Earl Long into the picture. The movie unfolds as a 60s American political fable with low-key charm and humor. Its episodic nature lacks a real sense of drive or drama to keep you fully engaged with the film. The movie is never more focused and cohesive beyond the section on Long wrestling with the hospital system, both in getting jobs for the blacks in the system and later when he is actually incarcerated in one briefly. The material for the movie could have made for a really entertaining Earl Long film or an equally interesting Starr film with a really solid performance from Davidovich, but the movie we have here seems a disappointing compromise of the two possible films. Of interest to fans of either lead actors, but not really a film to search out otherwise.

Norman F (gb) wrote: An absolute classic! It ages like fine wine.

Sen Q (it) wrote: Exceptional film. Top five all time for me. Was bored and couldn't find a decent film so just put this on. Have seen it several times, the last of which was less than a year ago, but nevertheless, it still enthralls, entertains and captivates me. It's a defining performance by Washington and a breakthrough role for Hawke. The film is imbued with memorable quotes that have withstood the test of time, even all these years later. "King Kong ain't got @#% on me" still resonates with me as one of these most memorable quotes. An all star cast, great action, accompanied by a series of moral dilemmas and an extremely satisfying ending make this a cult classic that has to be seen at least once. That being said, it has that rare quality in films that allows you to watch it multiple times yet still be entertained. Love this film. It has depth and doesn't shy away from exposing some dark truths in modern life. There are some subtleties there too that actually bypassed me on first viewing. For example, the newscaster's version of the events that unfolded around Alonso, at the end of the movie, provide a very interesting take on what actually took place and add further to the portrayal of a somewhat dubious policing department on an ethical level. Faultless and extremely enjoyable.

Ty P (au) wrote: Is it just me, or does John Cusack play the same annoying, uninspiring loser in every film? This time 'round he's supposed to be a hitman, truly unbelievable. But then again this is supposed to be a comedy. Even with the class of Minnie Driver, the wit of Dan Aykroyd and the presence of Hank Azaria, it's not enough to freshen the foulness of this cliche' 90s flick, that should simply just stay there and never show it's face in the 21st century.

Ryan G (mx) wrote: The Best performance of Lancaster's career, and one of the finest prison films ever made.