A model named Barbara Hallen has disappeared and her father gets private detective Sam Morgan to go to Paris to find his daughter. Barbara's trail leads Morgan to a plastic surgery clinic owned by Dr. Flamand. Morgan's investigation reveals the horrifying secret behind the Doctor's miracle cures which is blood and organs taken from kidnapped young women. As Morgan's investigation closes witnesses are eliminated one by one, each in a more horrible way.
- Stars:Helmut Berger, Brigitte Lahaie, Telly Savalas, Christopher Mitchum, Stéphane Audran, Caroline Munro, Christiane Jean, Anton Diffring, Tilda Thamar, Howard Vernon, Florence Guérin, Gérard Zalcberg, Henri Poirier, Laure Sabardin, Amelie Chevalier,
- Country:Spain, France
- Director:Jesús Franco,
- Writer:René Chateau (story), Pierre Ripert (adaptation), René Chateau (adaptation), Jean Mazarin (adaptation), Michel Lebrun (adaptation)
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(br) wrote: Casting choices confuse unnecessarily. The two men, according to the wiki page on the source novel, are far enough apart in age that a father-son relationship develops. This was not apparent in the movie, with the result that the relationship between them was hard to understand.
(ru) wrote: Bad on so many different levels I can't think of any reason anyone should ever see this film.
(es) wrote: Fascinating documentary about a indescribable songwriter. The man never had a hit. He never toured nothing bigger than dive bars in the backwoods of the southeast and the southwest. When he had the chance to go on a world tour backed with the blues great John Lee Hooker he got completely drunk and totaled his car and broke his arm. When Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard had a huge #1 country hit with "Pancho & Lefty" he didn't give a shit and blew whatever royalties he had with the song. He was a drunk, a heroin addict and a pot head. And since he was a long haired liberal hippie he was not welcome in Texas or the Nashville community. This is the story the film "Crazy Heart" should have been based on. The man was a diagnosed manic depressive and went through electric shock therapy that went disastrously and ended up causing his long term memory to be erased. His songs are the best evocations of loneliness and dispair. It has been said that many people suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts have come to embrace his music and if you ever pick up his albums (which are extremely hard to come by since they are not owned by anybody) you will see why. I personally love the albums "For the Sake of the Song", "Our Mother the Mountain" and "Live at the old Quater". Sorry but people don't write such brilliant and beautiful songs like he did anymore. Insightful interviews with people who have claimed to be influenced by him. Kris Kristofferson. Willie Nelson. Bob Dylan. Norah Jones. Emmylou Harris. Steve Earle. What a sad and fascinating life. It is too bad he let the drugs and booze eventually kill him. The songs "For the Sake of the Song", "Waiting Around to Die", "I'll be here in the morning", "No Place to Fall" and his live cover of the Rolling Stones classic "Dead Flowers" (used in the film "The Big Lebowski") are among my favorite songs of all time.
(es) wrote: bad but i thought it was cool that RVD was in it. wrestling fans know who im talking about.
(nl) wrote: A clever little gem, bolstered by two commanding performances. The results are unexpected yet awe-inspiring.
(br) wrote: Forget the best musical -- of course it is that, and not just in the cinema, but in general. No, this is the best film ever made. A romance with the musical, a romance with Hollywood and a romance with the girl, only Chaplin's City Lights can rival this love story. It's the most exciting movie ever made, a lighthearted comedy that appeals to everyone and has the most deservedly happy ending ever put on the screen. Not a single moment or music number feels contrived, unalike contemporary song and dance shows. The grace of Gene Kelly and his costars delights. This is a feel-good movie for the ages. The story resonates about all that life can be: you can find personal, professional success, but that doesn't mean much if you can't share it with your partner. To see this film is to find the most honest and genuine acting in cinema history. Gene Kelly performs the title number in a routine that embodies the true spirit of being in love. Don Lockwood is carefree and doesn't mind to just be, "Singin' and dancing in the rain."
(es) wrote: This is a super funny movie. If you haven't seen it, you've gotta give it a shot. Reminded me of a couple Shriner's I know that I'll call Blooper & Frizzy.
(ru) wrote: Not what I expected...not sure I liked it.
(nl) wrote: I actually like this one more than others do. It has very few flaws and is a pretty good installment.
(it) wrote: There's No Business Like Show Business is a decent film showcasing the uber happy Donahue`s. Even when they are sad they seem happy.