Effi Briest

Effi Briest

A German-made film based on one of the most famous German novels by Theodor Fontane. Effi Briest (Hanna Schygulla) is a socially ambitious, 17-year-old German girl who accepts a proposal of marriage from Baron Geert Von Instetten, a much older diplomat. Unfortunately, neither the Baron's family nor anyone in the secluded town she now calls home accept Effi as an equal. Starved for companionship, Effi begins an innocent friendship with a well-known womanizer that may jeopardize her position as the Baron's wife.

In the nineteenth century, seventeen year old Effi Briest is married to the older Baron von Instetten and moves into a house, that she believes has a ghost, in a small isolated Baltic town.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Effi Briest torrent reviews

Tim R (br) wrote: 22 jump street is funnier and more exciting and a fucking blast to watch! Craziest comedy of 2014!

Jim A (ag) wrote: Excellent doc!! Very funny!

Nick M (es) wrote: Some interesting facts are given in this intriguing movie.

Aim G (ru) wrote: :up: Although this movie is generally aimed at the older generation, i actually found it quite moving as my parents divorced when i was younger and it showed how it can affect everyone and how important it is to try and work things out rather than taking the easy way out! I'd aim this film at people over the age of 30! :up:

Genaro M (au) wrote: God won't forget us either.

Hannah M (it) wrote: Based on a play, feels like a play. That's a good thing as far as I'm concerned, but that means it moves slowly and there's far more sitting around and talking than exciting car chases (although, come to think of it, there's a kind of car chase too). A few of the characters are a little too self-consciously onstagelike, and the production quality is slightly amateurish. However, the script is intelligent, funny, and hits all the right notes without being either too morbid or too sappy. Peter Falk was fantastic, creating his own unique character. The ending veered dangerously close to being trite, but managed to avoid that. All in all, a very satisfying little movie you've probably never seen.(Also, although they have the cast list correct on this site, the cover picture is not. That's from the 1989 film of the same title.)

Nick K (jp) wrote: Robin Williams is fantastic in this film, and it's impressive to see that, despite his familiarly light-hearted screen persona, he lacks no steel when it comes to conveying a more poignant side of human emotion. If you're not rooting for him throughout this movie, do yourself a favor and check your f**king pulse. Basically, you've got awesome shots-on-location in NYC at the waning of it's prime (the early '80s,) enough humor to keep it from being a depressing movie, and a story that might even soothe the sorest 'patriotism muscle' in this increasingly malcontented American culture. All of this on top of Williams' stellar performance. If this doesn't appeal to you then you'll probably be more comfortable slipping in and out of consciousness at the latest big budget superhero rehash, because everyone knows that originality is much more novel the second time around.

Trevor L (es) wrote: A good sequel but not as interesting as the first film

John B (au) wrote: Jarmusch's vampire epic is a truly memorable trip grounded with solid performances and an equally stunning performance by the now abandoned Detroit which was once so glamorous. A brilliant take on how people ought to behave after hundreds of years of living.

Knox M (kr) wrote: Tied with Bullitt for third best McQueen film, Papillon is a smart and entertaining motion picture with a bittersweet ending and a plethora of emotional scenes. Franklin J. Schaffner delivers yet another great film.

Spencer H (es) wrote: This is the kind of movie Fincher was born to make and he made another damn good crime/drama with amazing performances. The movie was brutal, realistic, and very dark, he shines the most when making this sort of movie. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is an amazing movie, it could have used more character development though.