Eskil & Trinidad
Eskil moves from town to town with his father in Northern Sweden. He misses his mother and sucks at playing hockey, the main activity among the boys his age. Things changes when he meets Trinidad, a mysterious woman who lives outside society spending her time building a great ship that perhaps could take Eskil to his mother...
- Stars:Linus Oscarsson, Torkel Petersson, Ann Petrén, Iben Hjejle, Jonas Inde, Saga Midfjäll, Sanna Mari Patjas, Douglas Johansson, Martin Lindberg, Göran Forsmark, Anna Azcárate, Hannu Kiviaho, Erik Lundqvist, Axel Wallin, Eric Nilsson,
- Director:Stephan Apelgren,
- Writer:Stephan Apelgren (screenplay)
Eskil moves from town to town with his father in Northern Sweden. He misses his mother and sucks at playing hockey, the main activity among the boys his age. Things changes when he meets Trinidad, a mysterious woman who lives outside society spending her time building a great ship that perhaps could take Eskil to his mother... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eskil & Trinidad torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I read the book and I loved this book, but this movie looks horrible.
(ag) wrote: Why the blonde & blue-eyed casts? Very un-authentic feel. Wasn't Iliad set in ancient Greece thousands of years ago?
(mx) wrote: Yeah, Henry Selick should probably stick to kids films.
(gb) wrote: ROOOOOOOFIOOOOO. Another Robin Williams' great, twisting on a classic tale.
(kr) wrote: Celestine (Moreau) is a gorgeous Parisian who has just landed a job as a chambermaid for a wealthy but eccentric family in the moors of 1930's France. Throughout her stay she is repeatedly sexually harassed by her male employer and colleagues (one ends in suicide) and if that isn't enough a child is raped and murdered: and Celestine realizes that one of the men is responsible. "Le journal d'une Femme de Chambre" is an excellent example of what to expect in Spanish director's Luis Buuel's "French period", which would later include some of his greatest known works like 1967's erotic drama "Belle de Jour" and the 1977 surrealist film "Cet obscur objet du dsir". Though "Le journal d'une Femme de Chambre" doesn't live up to either of them (and it doesn't really deserve to be), this is still a fast-paced, thought-provoking, noir drama that is not a waste of any film lover's time. It takes controversial themes like hypocrisy, sexual obsession, and violence, and balls itself up into a small masterpiece. We never get to find out who raped and murdered the little girl, and we never see what happens to Celestine after her poor decision, but those are just some of the brilliant touches of the film. As if that's not enough, we still get excellent cinematography and wonderful acting (especially from the lovely Jeanne Moreau). Though more questions are unanswered than I can take, "Le journal d'une Femme de Chambre" is certainly a flawed film, but is still an overlooked one.
(mx) wrote: Wow - what a story! Inspirational, fun and great music of course!
(nl) wrote: The sexist portrayal and humour of "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" is all too insulting, making the least of its parody premise.
(gb) wrote: My only issue is that at times, Jamie's lip-syncing was very noticeably off but his performance as Ray Charles Robinson was otherwise flawless.
(ag) wrote: Slightly surreal and immaculately set and a satire of modernistic desires.