Fruits of Passion
A girl loves a rich and much older man and is willing to do everything he wants to show her love, but he is playing a sick game with her. As part of this game he sends her to a Chinese brothel. A poor young boy sees her and falls in love with her. To get the money needed to sleep with her, he joins "the revolution". Additionally the movie shows the fate of some of the other prostitutes.
- Stars:Isabelle Illiers, Klaus Kinski, Arielle Dombasle, Pîtâ, Keiko Niitaka, Sayoko Yamaguchi, Hitomi Takahashi, Miyuki Ono, Yuka Kamebuchi, Kenichi Nakamura, Akiro Suetsugu, Renji Ishibashi, Takeshi Wakamatsu, Georges Wilson, Maria Meriko,
- Country:France, Japan
- Director:Shûji Terayama,
- Writer:Dominique Aury (novel), Shûji Terayama (adaptation), Rio Kishida (adaptation), Dominique Aury (text)
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Fruits of Passion torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Not that it looks bad, I just can't imagine paying for this film...
(es) wrote: Fantastic and enthralling WWII resistance story, that, although two and a half hours long, certainly doesn't seem to be, since it keeps you at the edge of your seat the entire time. A great film and a real achievement with marvelous performances by the entire cast, a great script and excellent direction. Can't recommend this movie highly enough.
(ru) wrote: Time to slit your wrists after watching this one. Makes An Inconvenient Truth seem like a Laurel & Hardy comedy...
(de) wrote: you never dont understand what the film's telling. you can feel its telling you a secret you never know. the actor is cute, but....
(jp) wrote: A classic film that takes me back to my childhood days, when I pretty much watched it on repeat, and even made my friends watch it with me every time they came round (possibly why my friendships never lasted that long). Even now i could probably still recite each and every line of this movie with relative ease, and it's also where I developed my love of the song 'Sh-Boom' from. The difference being is that I now view this feature as a classic comedy as opposed to simply the classic whodunit that i only saw it as back in the day. This was largely because I was too young to get any of the jokes or one-liners, such as the rib tickling conversation between Mrs Peacock and Yvette the French maid; "is there a bathroom I could use?", "oui oui Madame", "No I just want to powder my nose!" - Genuis. It's 90 minutes of pure lighthearted amusement with each character providing their own brand of humour. It's slightly confusing towards the latter stages given that there is no official conclusion, and instead we are witness to 3 alternate endings, but I guess we are just left to choose our favourite. Why we weren't just given the best ending with the other two placed in the deleted scene extras on the DVD I don't know. I'd love it if a remake or further instalment of this came out, but I suspect it's one of those movies that will always just remain a cult classic, which no other could live up to. Give it a couple of hours, and I may just have the urge to watch this again!
(br) wrote: This is campy 70s sci-fi at its finest. So terrible but so fun at the same time.
(br) wrote: "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" is a marvelous thriller, incredibly directed by Tomas Alfredson, helped by an excellent production and an ensemble talent cast (Gary Oldman is great). Amazing!!! (4.5/5)
(jp) wrote: Totally opposed to the critics who show criticism about the choice of the narrator and main character and also as a patient with cancer myself, I really was surprised and ravished by this delightful and so atypical movie pearl. It is so pleasant and soothing to see the beauty of life and youth through the eyes of the dearest persons around us and the life continuing after us. It is unique, funny, charming and moving, I totally recommend it. (And it is so much better than "The fault in our stars" ! )
(de) wrote: Not memorable but extremely like able. If you are a fan of this genre, you'll probably enjoy.
(it) wrote: 4/6/2013: Not near as good as the original, but was still funny.