Giovanna d'Arco al rogo

Giovanna d'Arco al rogo


Giovanna d'Arco al rogo (English: Joan of Arc at the Stake) is a 1954 Italian film directed by Roberto Rossellini and starring his wife Ingrid Bergman, which shows a live performance on December 1953 at the San Carlo Theatre in Naples. The film takes place mostly in a surrealistic fantasy around the time of the execution of Joan of Arc. Joan of Arc, played by Ingrid Bergman, is being burned alive for heresy. In a kind of dream state, she departs from her body and begins to look back upon her life. She begins this journey in a depressed and demoralized state. However, a priest appears to help guide her. First, he shows her those that accused her in the guise of animal characters, in order to show her their true nature. Then, he shows her the good that she has performed for people. In the end, she is proud of what she has done and is ready to face the flames. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Giovanna d'Arco al rogo torrent reviews

John B (de) wrote: Really enjoyed this first part of the series as I thought it was exciting to watch and interesting character development to the story

Caleb H (mx) wrote: A great family film.

Laurent B (ca) wrote: very good and very disturbing, I highly recommand this one ! Glazer is definitely one of the best and most interesting director

John B (gb) wrote: Interesting storyline to the original animated movie, but, good overall with nice story

F B (gb) wrote: Very good but very long film.

Michael Osborn (ca) wrote: I saw this initially years ago on the Independent Film Channel and finally tracked it down last year. Quite a good movie-shot entirely in black and white and FAR more realistic concept-wise than most of the asinine tripe coming out of Hollywood about Vampires (or most anything else for that matter). Doesn't rely on cheesy lesbian insinuations, nor buckets of blood to get the point across. Very well thought out and executed movie.

Anatoly S (jp) wrote: An ultra cheap, yet super stylish sci-fi monster flick. Unfortunately a lot of moments are so awkwardly handled, the movie becomes devoid of anything remotely interesting. Good looking, but boring. SKIP IT

Kurt A (es) wrote: It's the future ... again.

Benjamin O (us) wrote: Imaginatively simplistic.

Andrey B (gb) wrote: A cat and mouse mystery for one viewing with ecxellent Hopkins, of course.

Tim M (mx) wrote: See Desperado first. Watching this after Planet Terror and Machete makes me appreciate the aesthetic. Depp diving into his other characters is a feature, not a bug. "Over the top and all over the place, Once Upon A Time In Mexico is as unruly as it characters: joyously style-driven as a Bond movie but with its own set of style guidelines." "A splendid cast and spectacular orgies of carnage" "hits heights worthy of its Sergio Leone-inspired title."

Alberto G (br) wrote: What a pleasant surprise! This movie was a laugh-fest. It had been a long time since I had seen a college themed film that was as funny as this one. Rumspringa!!!

Matt C (gb) wrote: A cynical look at the breakdown of a marriage, by turns amusing and sad, beautifully filmed and acted. Not sure if it is a comment on marriage or the 60's zeitgeist... the non-linear flashbacks are a bit confusing (my friend suggested that that partly means we can't blame just one character) though for me Wallace was a pretty self-absorbed idiot from the beginning, but then I love Audrey Hepburn. Great if occasionally confusing film.

Michal G (us) wrote: lent dmarrer, mais avec un personnage haut en couleur (Miss G)...