Four Shades of Brown

Four Shades of Brown

Four stories, all related to fatherhood, are presented: A father tries to stimulate his son by bringing him to his workplace with disastrous consequences. Richard Brunn and his wife, who run a design hotel, suffer a strained relationship as his parents visit. An extended family is gathered to find out who will inherit the wealth of a famous jockey. A cooking class develops into a therapy session.

An eccentric millionaire dies at a manor in Dalarna in Sweden, leaving behind three sons and a mistress. One of four parallel stories about parents and children. Four sides of Sweden. Four shades of brown. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Four Shades of Brown torrent reviews

Simon C (fr) wrote: Look what I found at the bottom of the barrel! A watchable B-Grade shocker anthology that survived my fragile attention span.

Brian K (fr) wrote: Hoffman is amazing! He plays the hell out of this role. A storm of inner compulsion and scheming, rage at the core of this fascinating, surreptitious character. He masterfully conceals and conveys the high highs and low lows of the addicted gambler. He is like a car wreck, you want to but you just can't look away. One of my favorite movies.

Carolyn G (kr) wrote: Beautifully shot and hauntingly soundtracked. Great performances by all involved, especially Janet McTeer and the debut of Emmy Rossum. How did it take me 10 years to finally watch this movie?

Clintus M (nl) wrote: This film blew away my expectations. Part of the appeal is admittedly its 70s "vibe." I mean, who today would use the term "mama" in this hip, sexy context? And no, neither woman appears to be a mother either. This is a mix-up of women behind bars, blaxsploitation, and the racial element from The Defiant Ones. Yet, it's even more than, and highly entertaining as well. This movie features two great female leads, both determined to overcome long odds as well as each other. It's also got four competing groups: corrupt politicians, leftist revolutionaries, thuggish bandits, and some sort of Pilipino mafia. Believe it or not. A plausible case could even be made that this is a political film, but that's just a 70s element thrown in for drama.Of course, there's a women's prison lesbian element and an element of women being abused by criminals and the system too. It is an exploitation flick at heart. As others have claimed, this isn't Pam Grier's best work, but watch it for pure fun anyway.

Joe S (gb) wrote: Absolutely amazing!!