A story about survival beyond one's class and condition, and the profound changes that occur when a young musician awakens the magic, the music and the possibilities for romance in the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A story about survival beyond one's class and condition, and the profound changes that occur when a young musician awakens the magic, the music and the possibilities for romance in the ...
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Maria R (fr) wrote: This was a great end of the world movie. If you appreciate this genre you will enjoy this movie.
Mike V (ca) wrote: This is based on a remarkable true story and featuring an all-star cast the film tries to be impressive. But maybe a bit too much so, with some scenes being overly patriotic. It is entertaining and informative but not exceptional.
Brenda Z (es) wrote: It was great!This is one of Kajol's best movies. It's alike "The Notebook", but not THE SAME. Just take a look, you'll like it.
Andy F (us) wrote: Absolutely stunning BBC film I hadn't seen for 30 years. Bowie at his most depraved playing the rather nasty Baal in this atmospheric dramatisation of Bertolt Brecht's tale.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: The third in a series of four Miss Marple films produced by MGM during the 1960's, in which the inimitable Margaret Rutherford played Agatha Christie's legendary super sleuth. The films had alot of emphasis on comedy, but this one benefits from having a very good supporting cast. Loosely based on Christie's story 'Mrs. McGinty's Dead', this has Marple joining a local theatrical troupe, as she investigates the murder of a barmaid who had links with the troupe, led by the hammy H. Driffold Cosgood (a wonderful Ron Moody). But, as Marple makes her investigations during the rehearsals of Cosgood's new play, the body count goes up... Rutherford made a wonderful Miss Marple, playing it with humour, intelligence and confidence. The original story by Christie was actually a Poriot story, but it was changed for the screen for it to suit Marple for reasons unknown. But, it doesn't matter. It makes for a very good film, and Rutherford is complimented by a very good supporting cast which also includes Charles 'Bud' Tingwell as Inspector Craddock, James Bolam as angry-young-man Bill Hanson and Terry Scott as Police Constable Wells. :P
AnaClaudia M (ag) wrote: This film undermines feminism and basically tells its audience that the woman's place is in the home. The marriage deteriorates and it is all because a woman is earning more than her husband. Overall the film's message is an interesting look at feminism in the early 1960s, yet it leaves a bitter taste in my mouth.
Robin H (gb) wrote: Not as good as the T.V. Series, but still a laugh.
Ian C (jp) wrote: Walken is terrific in the lead role and even though it is slow in parts the climax makes it worth the wait.