Ernesto (Martin Hahn) is a young Italian Jew of the early 1900s who works in his uncle's factory in Trieste. Not entirely secure with his sexual orientation, Ernesto enters into an affair with one of his uncle's employees--then experiments with heterosexuality, courtesy of an obliging prostitute. When the boy finds himself participating in an arranged marriage with the female twin of one of his male lovers, he finally makes the choice that will determine the direction of his subsequent sex life.

Triest in the year 1911. Ernesto is the priviliged, seventeen year old son of a jewish mother and a non-jewish father, who has deserted his family. He is raised by his uncle Giovanni and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ernesto torrent reviews

Cameron H (us) wrote: Horrible script & poor acting lead to a bad addition to the Hellraiser films. Started out with promise but fell apart in first 15mins... and then kept falling.

Nicki M (br) wrote: It's exactly what you think it will be. No better or worse than any other straight to dvd horror movie. Felt like watching something creepy with a few scares and this delivers. I think this movie has been unfairly panned. While it's not a masterpiece, it does make sense and, honestly, do you usually rent an unheard of horror movie for the great acting? As it happens, cast is fine. Ashley Green is a decent actress, got to admit, she and the boyfriend are both so pretty it does feel a bit like an advert at first, but again, that's typical in this genre. Tom Felton is pretty good as well. End credits are very nice to look at also. I certainly wouldn't advise anyone to run out and purchase this, but if it happened to be on TV, I don't think it's a total waste of an hour and a bit. (Not all that long either at under 80 minutes).

Derek V (de) wrote: After watching that trailer, I think the term "Straight to DVD" pretty much sums this up perfectly. I can't believe this is actually going to be a theatrical release.

Dana H (ca) wrote: Yup they definitely lived up the GORE part. WHOA!!! Still liked it though!

Florent T (nl) wrote: Quelques raccourcis mais fidele au manga dans son ensemble

Karina E (br) wrote: i like this movie ,me gusta esta oelicula

Jared R (nl) wrote: Love FF7 but the original cut was a little confusing. The extended blue ray cut fixed any story issues.

Leslie D (mx) wrote: Young cleaning woman starts new job at old orphanage and encounters spooky happenings. Creepy good times, late 1950s setting co-starrng Catriona MacColl (The Beyond) from the director of Martyrs.

Billy P (jp) wrote: Wow...this was really bad. However, no shortage of gore, nudity and terrible acting. It makes it hilarious. The puppet gnomes are funny as hell. The camera work is atrocious. Watch it if you hate your life and want one more reason to kill yourself.

Jesse K (fr) wrote: 3.5/5 Children of Men is technically wondrous with great cinematography and superb world-building. The action is exciting and the story is fairly interesting. However, some performances are lacking and the script could use some work. I was also left very unsatisfied by the ending and felt a but underwhelmed by the expectations the film had set up. It's a good film but I feel like Children of Men has some excellent pieces that were unable to form an equally excellent whole.

PieterJan V (fr) wrote: An average action flick, but Seagal has done worser movies than this one.

Stephen K (ag) wrote: On my top 10 favorite movie list along with the Soundtrack!

FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: 77%"You've got some balls."-Barry (George Segal)Stick, balls and Murphy Brown."You've got some balls."-Chucky 'Fatman' (Charles Durning)

Berni E (de) wrote: Not often I am disappointed with a French film. And it is so atmospheric, I am sure it would have got 5 stars when it was made in 1938. Just not for me tonight.

Jannine Z (gb) wrote: Unknown but AMAZING.