This short was originally one of the sequences of As Long as You're Healthy, in its 1965 version. In 1971, Pierre Étaix re-edited it to a short feature : Feeling good. In 2010, it was presented in the general reissue of his films.
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Feeling Good torrent reviews
Jesse O (kr) wrote: This is a good movie, albeit one that is no better or worse than I was expecting. I realize that may sound like a compliment but, in a lot of ways, it isn't. I don't know, I was just expecting the film to surprise me and it would actually end up being great, but it isn't at any point. Perhaps I shouldn't complain since the film is really good with a great performance from Rachel Weisz, who is always consistent. I found the story to be compelling enough, you really are invested in seeing Kathy exposing those that are doing these terrible things to people they are supposed to be protecting. The movie is well-written and has a solid cast, but it's really Rachel's show and, as mentioned, she delivers. It's sad that the movie isn't much better considering the real-life story behind it. And, I mentioned this in my review for Eden the other day, I also believe that this subject would've made for a better documentary than it would've otherwise. I mean if you could get the real Kathryn Bolkovac to sit down and talk about her experiences and everything leading up to her 'blowing the whistle', so to speak, it would've been absolutely fascinating and considerably better than this film. Though I suppose you can make that argument for every film based on a true story, but it's more apparent in films where they don't really use the real life story as effectively as they should've. I don't really have much to say, this is a really good movie but one that really missed the boat as far as its story goes. I think I'll forget about this movie in a week's time, but it's a good movie nonetheless. Compelling and solidly acted.
Matt P (ru) wrote: There was an interesting idea here, but it was never realized. The movie ended up being shallow, predictable, and dull.
Andres A (ru) wrote: How sad...I love my mommy.
Charles M (ru) wrote: One of my favorite films ever! It plays with the question of what could have been, while the protagonist laments the life he ws stuck with. No question, one of my top 10!
Jay B (au) wrote: Not my favorite telling of the classic Body-Snatchers tale, but entertaining enough...and I don't really care much for Kidman, so that's saying something.
Hortensia M (it) wrote: ES UNA MUY BUENA PELICULA, VIEJITA ESO SI, PERO ESTUPENDA. TUVE LA OPORTUNIDAD DE VER UNA PUESTA EN ESCENA CON EL SR. LOPEZ TARSO Y DESDE ENTONCES QUISE VER LA CINTA. ESTA FENOMENAL SOBRE TODO LA HISTORIA.
Larry S (es) wrote: Having never wated a film with Hedy Lamarr I was glad to find this on NetFlix. I have seen photos of Hedy and read some biographies on her, but have never seen her in a movie. She is truely one of the most beautiful women I have seen in the movies. The chemistry between her and Charles Boyer electrifies through the old black and white print of the film I saw. Its not in the classic case of Casablanca, but still a good film with fascinating characters.
Allan N (fr) wrote: Exceptional performances! Great script. Tough, touching and heartbreaking.