Friendship's Field

Friendship's Field

A young girl works on a beet farm in 1965 and befriends a young immigrant boy.

Ida and her family live on a beet farm in 1965. She is almost 12, that means she has only one last summer until she has to work with her older sisters on the farm. Due to the increased ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Friendship's Field torrent reviews

Pratap T (it) wrote: an overall entertaining movie...u wont regret

Taja M (gb) wrote: This is one of the best Time movies EVER. It is funny & silly while still weaving a complicated timeline- in a more than entertaining way- in a way that is awesome for any time travel geek. I freaking LOVED this movie and I really think that it should be put back onto netflix so everyone can enjoy it... especially since I can't find a region-1 dvd anywhere... *sadface*

jen b (fr) wrote: lammmmeeeeeeeee sauce

Private U (gb) wrote: Brilliant acting by the two boys and a reminder to everyone of the problems of NI.

Casey d (gb) wrote: One of the worst movies ever

Keith B (kr) wrote: I guess it was ok for a sequel. I guess the shoot them in the head theory the Walking Dead copied that. Still got a few more movies to watch in the series.

Nicki M (ca) wrote: I know it's not a *good* movie, but it's sweet, and I have watched it many times over the years. Sarah Michelle plays Amanda, a young woman trying to hold on to the restaurant her dead mother left her and failing. There is a bit of silliness with a spirit and a crab, and then she meets a man and with the help of some "magic" and good food, they fall in love. Sarah Michelle is charming and there's a good supporting role from Patricia Clarkson. The love interest is a bit bland, but the sou chef friend is hilarious. Just a nice little movie.

Brent H (br) wrote: This movie is kind of creepy for a 1981 made for TV film. A fun movie to watch if you are looking for a simple movie thriller.

Rosco B (mx) wrote: Tommy Lee Jones enjoyed a brief hiatus from credibility with this implausible fluff involving a (thoroughly unconvincing) "Supercar". "Knight Rider" on the big screen, basically- complete with Man From U.N.C.L.E. Robert Vaughn as the smarmy villain and Linda Hamilton as the female sidekick.