A barren soundstage is stylishly utilized to create a minimalist small-town setting in which a mysterious woman named Grace hides from the criminals who pursue her. The town is two-faced and offers to harbor Grace as long as she can make it worth their effort, so Grace works hard under the employ of various townspeople to win their favor. Tensions flare, however, and Grace's status as a helpless outsider provokes vicious contempt and abuse from the citizens of Dogville.

The beautiful fugitive, Grace, is reluctantly accepted in a small Colorado town. In exchange, she agrees to work for them. As a search visits town, she finds out that their support has a price. Yet her dangerous secret is never far away... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dogville torrent reviews

Timelord G (ag) wrote: it's hilarious, the critics are wrong

Heather M (gb) wrote: This is an interesting look at a very wacky town. I would never live here, but the residents are making their living just by living in their home town.

Simon T (gb) wrote: 'The Conjuring' is one of the best horror-movies i've ever seen.

Michael Z (it) wrote: could be mistaken for a B or C grade roger corman horror movie as it struggles to keep attention

Annetta K (mx) wrote: Made me think about whether we / I have fulfilled the potential we were born with... do we / I need to focus more on exploring untapped talent -> artists like Modigliani did / do, however in some cases brilliant achievement with no limits leads to self-destruction. The alternative? A long, constrained life, a little safe, perhaps a nice home and job, a nice family, perhaps defined by mediocrity and undeveloped talent - which is the more successful life? What compels people to pick up a pencil or brush and when do they become an "artist"... is it taking the next step to develop a skill and are they uniquely driven to keep working at it? If they do put in the effort, does inspiration spontaneously germinate or are they just fortunate to be born with this gift? Is the artist's life a successful life even if they neglect other areas of their life? ------------ Modigliani, 2004, Writer / Director Mick Davis Starring Andy Garcia

Grant H (ca) wrote: Pretty good movie. Funny, in a stupid humor way, nothing new, but great performance from Stewart.

Zahra H (nl) wrote: an occasionally bizarre, occasionally brilliant examination of grief and loss.

Becky B (gb) wrote: great classic I loved as a kid

Sam H (fr) wrote: wut the heck is this, i bet its the suckiest movie in the world!

Tim M (jp) wrote: Interesting concept. Ronnie Schell is great as the voice of the cat and Ken Berry is quite good too. Roddy McDowall is decent in a side role, and Harry Morgan plays a tough military man well. T.V. actors Alan Young and Hans Conried make good appearances and Young is funny but not given enough time. Sandy Duncan overacts a bit it feels like. A fun and enjoyable film.

Laurne M (au) wrote: not a big fan of black and white movie, and i was a bit reluctant to watch this Elvis'film but i'm not disappointed. It's by far one of his best performance as an actor.

Brandon S (nl) wrote: I must, first, compliment the pure craftsmanship put into telling this story. It's a great filmmaking 1-0-1, so to speak. Packed from top to bottom with gorgeous and gritty cinematography, a great cast of leading men/women and talented character actors, a dramatic and involving story with subtext and importance, and a script that cuts you to your core. Bottom line it's great storytelling with something meaningful to say.