Design for Living

Design for Living

Two Americans sharing a flat in Paris, playwright Tom Chambers and painter George Curtis, fall for free-spirited Gilda Farrell. When she can't make up her mind which one of them she prefers, she proposes a "gentleman's agreement": She will move in with them as a friend and critic of their work, but they will never have sex. But when Tom goes to London to supervise a production of one of his plays, leaving Gilda alone with George, how long will their gentleman's agreement last?

Playwright Fredric March and artist Gary Cooper both fall in love with Miriam Hopkins, an American living in Paris. Since Miriam cannot decide between the two men, the trio agree to try living together in a platonic friendly relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Design for Living torrent reviews

Cheryl D (ca) wrote: This is a wonderful western story of redemption with a great cast . Hope to see this production group make more fantastic films. Already seen it twice and will see it again! This is a wonderful story of redemption with - Hope to see this production group make more fantastic films.

Susan V (us) wrote: as a longtime neil young fanatic, can't wait to see this film!

Indu R (es) wrote: This movie was funny and entertaining. The actors were great and the plot was good.

Currupt Y (ru) wrote: i love this movie now they need a yugioh gx movie and chazz can be the star

Christina H (it) wrote: Watched: 22 Aug 2014

Brian S (jp) wrote: I won't attempt a full review of this scattershot, incoherent movie. Instead, I'll just list some adjectives that describe it.Ponderous. Pretensious. Slow. Flat. Boring. Tedious. Lame. Incomprehensible. Long. Coma-inducing. Talentless. Poorly edited. Poorly acted. Awful. Forgettable. Horrendous. Pointless. Lugubrious. Depressing. Fragmented.Well, I could go on. "The Uninvited" certainly does. It goes on and on and on and on as the cast stare into space and deliver lines in hushed monotones. And the ghosts? Brief scenes involving them at a couple of points in the movie, but mostly it thinks it's about mental illness and isolation. What it's really about is a textbook example of a director who tries to be Ingmar Bergman and winds up looking a lot more like Ed Wood with a hangover.If you want the experience of watching this film, you will need a tortoise, some dental floss, and an olympic-sized swimming pool filled with cold molasses. Give the tortoise some valium. Tie one end of the dental floss to your toe and the other end to the tortoise. Now, jump into the pool and feel the thrill as the tortoise drags you sloooooooooooowly through the cold molasses.Don't bother inviting "The Uninvited" into your home. It will stay too long and bore the hell out of you.

Niklas C (au) wrote: Roman Coppolas debut r bermvrd fr sitt uppslag men kmpar med att vara intressant.

Greg W (gb) wrote: A triumphant debut as a film director for Jodie Foster in a captivating tale about a pint-sized genius.

Tim R (ru) wrote: Much maligned by critics everywhere when 1st released, The Burbs has gained a cult following and many fans since then. Even though it's inherent silliness remains, it's still well worth a look.

Ken D (jp) wrote: This was too boring and I didn't find the kids creepy in this movie at all. A couple of decent scenes, but this is one I would not recommend.

David H (jp) wrote: Literally the worst movie. I don't care if you can watch it stoned. You know what else you could watch stoned? Literally any other movie.

Blake F (jp) wrote: this movie try's to be another Van Helsing or Underworld franchise, but it has cheesy CGI and not well written dialogue

Chris G (kr) wrote: Well directed and sharply written, the self aware noir masterpiece is brought to life the perfect performance from the three leads, particularly Kilmer.