Daughters, Wives and a Mother
This film features a large extended family (and associates) even more extensive than the one portrayed by Ozu in "End of Summer". The central character is Setsuko Hara -- a poised middle-aged woman, whose wealthy (and prestigious) husband dies at the outset of the action, leaving her widowed but holding the proceeds of a million yen insurance policy. Being childless, her former in-laws have no objection to her return to her own family.
- Stars:Setsuko Hara, Hideko Takamine, Akira Takarada, Hiroshi Koizumi, Tatsuya Nakadai, Reiko Dan, Mitsuko Kusabue, Keiko Awaji, Daisuke Katô, Ken Uehara, Haruko Sugimura, Hiroshi Tachikawa, Chieko Nakakita, Akemi Kita, Chishû Ryû,
- Director:Mikio Naruse,
- Writer:Toshirô Ide, Zenzô Matsuyama
This film features a large extended family (and associates) even more extensive than the one portrayed by Ozu in "End of Summer". The central character is Setsuko Hara -- a poised middle-aged woman, whose wealthy (and prestigious) husband dies at the outset of the action, leaving her widowed but holding the proceeds of a million yen insurance policy. Being childless, her former in-laws have no objection to her return to her own family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Daughters, Wives and a Mother torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Well it certainly makes you think. I am not one to shy away from fantastical films where it is hard to make sense of them. I love off kilter films with a dark heart. But there's something missing from A Field In England - it's captivating, gross, decidely weird, yet also straight forward. But unlike Ben Wheatley's other efforts, this one doesn't do it for me particularly. Hmm.
(au) wrote: There is amateur film making and then there is this... incredible how bad they can make a film, more surprising though is to get a half decent studio to back it.
(nl) wrote: This movie makes near NO sense to me but is beautiful to watch while drawing.
(es) wrote: Good movie, for those who can handle a little spiritual gymnastics. If you can't, you'll probably not like it.
(ag) wrote: Cute lesbian movie from Finland... definitely worth seeing:)
(ag) wrote: Again a Nazis and Jews movie - but from a different angle than most of them.
(au) wrote: Wealthy Cuban coffee merchant Luis Vargas (Antonio Banderas) only knows his bride-to-be through letters of love. And when he finally meets Julia (Angelina Jolie) on their wedding day, he is astounded and left breathless by her beauty and smoldering sexuality. But behind that beauty, a devious mind is at work. And when he finds his business in ruins, his life in shambles and his new wife on the run, Luis begins a relentless pursuit for the woman who not only stole his money, but also his heart... and he'll stop at nothing to get her back!also stars Thomas Jane, Jack Thompson, Gregory Itzin, Allison Mackie, John Pringle, Cordelia Richards and James Haven.directed by Michael Cristofer.
(ca) wrote: Just as good as the first, More action and a very good car chase in the middle of the film, Same old predictable plot and obviously the reason for bringing in Joe Pesci was to provide more humour but he ended up being very annoying and unfunny plus Mel and Danny's onscreen chemistry was more than enough to bring the touch of humour it needed.
(jp) wrote: This is the worst attempt of a film I've ever seen. I give myself a pat on the back to finish this film. Nothing was right in this film. Story, plot, acting (if you could call it that), camerawork,... It was so bad, I laughed at it. Anyone can make a better film with his homecamera. Sandra Bullock (when she was very young) will now be ashamed to be in this "production".
(ca) wrote: This movie is so bad/inept, it even fails at being "so bad it's good." It's just bad, boring, and incoherent. You don't really know what the hell is going on half the time because (1) the film is sloppy convoluted mess and (2) you just don't care enough to pay attention. You'd think that casting Tara Reid as an archaeologist would cause the camp value to go through the roof. Nope. Boring awful is the worst kind of awful.
(us) wrote: Even without Cardiff behind the camera, the film is gorgeous with color and wonderful little glimpses of nature. And the themes of Mason's reawakening as an artist and Mirren's sexual awakening are potent, though perhaps not all that fresh. But what hurts this movie are the characters each is burdened with. I know they're there to create dramatic conflict, but every time they were on screen I couldn't stand it. Still, for the most part it's a very pleasant film and unjustly overlooked.
(ca) wrote: Rod Taylor is hot, hot, hot in this!!!!