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Electra

Living in exile after the death of their father, the grown children of a murdered and usurped king converge to exact eye-for-an-eye revenge.

Electra is a movies torrent of Euripides (play), Mihalis Kakogiannis. This movie was introduced in 1962. There are many actors in this movie torrents, such as Irene Papas, Giannis Fertis, Aleka Katselli, Theano Ioannidou, Notis Peryalis, Takis Emmanuel, Fivos Razi, Manos Katrakis, Eleni Karpeta, Kitty Arseni, E. Chatzeemichalee, Theano Krassa, M. Mauropoulou, Elli Trygonopoulo, Diza Kountoura. The kind of movie are Drama. This movie was rated by 7.7 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie to watch. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 110 minutes. BushCuLan is funny uploader, he is very lovely. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your opinion. Do you know what are customers? Maria Ozawa is the best. I don't fight my iPad screen. Share this movies torrent to support us . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

Living in exile after the death of their father, the grown children of a murdered and usurped king converge to exact eye-for-an-eye revenge

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Users reviews


Clarence K (de)

Very sophisticated/nuanced Hong Kong humor, love it!


Diane L (mx)

" So poignant. Dylan Thomas comes to mind as I watched this film - "Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Rich character portrayals and contrasts of generational differences makes this a meaningful and topical film. An intimate, humane story that will no doubt begin to resonate increasingly with many people who are facing aging parents or having to deal with aging themselves


Huw G (mx)

ery '70s, with all the non-pc to go with it - and it's Melbourne in the '80s!. Silly but funny too


Joseph H (it)

kip it and live with the false memory of quality. This is not as good as I remember it being as a child. Depressing


lisa m (ru)

Funny and very entertaining


Perk N (ru)

youth without youith


Ryan H (it)

He was a brilliant filmmaker who knew how to reach his audience's hearts. Charlie Chaplin will always be loved. It's sad because this is just the true progression of life. It is time for the old to give way to the young. This is the limelight. The camera moves from him and over to Terry without a cut. **SPOILERS**When Calvero finally dies he has his old partner behind him, Neville to his side, and Terry on the stage. If you don't pay attention for a moment you might miss a killer wordplay. Chaplin was quick with his silent comedy, and he was quick with his words. There is great comedy that seems to be lost on many people. She should be with Neville (played by his son Sidney Chaplin). He doesn't believe she could love him, but as the film goes on he seems to start believing it and feels sorry for her, telling her she has wasted her love. She loves him with all her heart, but he can't accept it. He thinks he is too old to have the love of a young woman like Terry. Calvero seems to act much like his Tramp character. Calvero still has ideas. This is a new act. It's a hilarious scene where the two come out in huge suits, Keaton can't seem to keep the papers on the piano, and Calvero is having problems with the length of his legs. His old partner turns out to be none other than Buster Keaton. The highlight of the film is the stage performance shared between Calvero and his old partner. If they are not there or do not laugh at his jokes we feel he is ready to just give up. Their laughter is what gives him the will to live. He needs the audience. We truly feel his fear. The first scene in Calvero's dream where he does the flea act, then afterwords has no audience watching him, is so freaking heartbreaking. The only problem is that Calvero has ruined his name with the drinking, so he has to perform under different names, which gets him booed quickly. Calvero and Terry decide to stay living together after she is well again, and she wants to help Calvero become a great comedian again. But he did transition into talkies, so maybe he felt like he was forced out of his silent films? Either way, there is so much heart through realistic characters and true passions for life. Did Chaplin feel like his comedy was fading? Everyone loves the tramp, I doubt it was anything like the tramp in this film. It was 7 years between Monsieur Verdoux and The Great Dictator and 5 years between Monsieur Verdoux and Limelight, so I'm sure he had this film in his heart during that time period. Perhaps this was Chaplin trying to do the same thing with his own life. He inspires Terry to live life again and get past her fears. Yes, they say subconscious in the film. Calvero decides to not take her to the hospital because it's all in her subconscious. The doctor, however, thinks there is nothing wrong with her legs. She thinks she is paralyzed. He finds out she's sad because she can't feel her legs anymore. Calvero is an old, fading comedian who finds a young ballet dancer named Terry passed out on her bed after trying to commit suicide. The psychology that Chaplin understands seems to be a little ahead of his time. Chaplin mixes the tragedy with comedy so delicately. Perfect from beginning to end


Stuart R (es)

Some crazy stuff on show, obvious brain washing but are these people really doing any harm? It's hard to say, it's such a huge debate and there will never be a right or wrong answer when it comes to belief or religion. Harry Potter is a warlock and we don't worship warlocks!! I didn't know whether to laugh or cry