Girl with a Pearl Earring

Girl with a Pearl Earring

This film, adapted from a work of fiction by author Tracy Chevalier, tells a story about the events surrounding the creation of the painting "Girl With A Pearl Earring" by 17th century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer. A young peasant maid working in the house of painter Johannes Vermeer becomes his talented assistant and the model for one of his most famous works.

When her father goes blind, Griet (Scarlett Johansson) must go to work as a maid for painter Johannes Vermeer (Colin Firth). She then becomes his talented assistant and the model for one of his most famous works. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adam M (mx) wrote: Bleak but decent horror/monster movie. A woman and her teenage son move to a small Scottish town but it soon becomes clear that they don't stick around in these places for long as it seems they, the boy Fergal in particular, are being hunted by a man using witchcraft to help get into their strange world but Fergal's mum is also a powerful witch and uses her powers to deflect him. Meanwhile, a beast is lurking around town, killing people at night...Outcast is pretty bleak and dark. It's rainy setting perfect for this type of film, giving it a gritty feel. I also enjoyed the occult element, Outcast not just being another generic monster/werewolf movie, more of a brutal horror/thriller with a pinch of coming-of-age to. British viewers might also recognise James Nesbitt and Kate Dickie, who do a fine job along with the, mostly young, cast.

Elena S (jp) wrote: curious to see the ending but surprised with the ending , i thought the enemy were too slow and weak, okay film anyway

Daniel S (es) wrote: The funniest one. My #1 favorite comedy movie of all-time

Mario M (nl) wrote: Must see. Every gay youth should be required to watch this, as well as "Before Stonewall".

Benjamin G (fr) wrote: It's films such as this that make one wonder what other unknown masterpieces exist. Absolutely brilliant in every regard, The Harmonists is a stunning achievement. The film vividly renders its period setting, its casting is dead perfect, the performances are startlingly controlled, and the fact-based story touches and thrills without manipulation. Then there's the music: When was the last time an a cappella novelty song sung in German stuck in a viewer's head for three days? Ulrich Noethen is amazing as the poverty-stricken dreamer who puts together a vocal ensemble with a gimmick -- not only do the five singers perform without instrumentation (save for a bit of piano), but they take solos by mimicking wind instruments. It's a charming effect that summarizes the magic of the film overall. The Comedian Harmonists (as they are known to all of Europe) rise to the heights of fame, living in luxury when before they couldn't afford bread. In the last reel, when the Nazis begin to assert their nasty selves, the movie becomes a fragile study of character as the band members' friendship is tested to the straining point. There is heartbreak, but director Joseph Vilsmaier doesn't let the tragedy overwhelm the good spirits that have come before it. It's an amazing piece of work that won a shelf full of trophies overseas, but the film never got a chance in the States, playing on a handful of screens in painfully few cities.

Cline V (kr) wrote: Vaut mieux voir "air crash" :)

Tommy H (gb) wrote: When I was a kid the story about the giant rat really did give me nightmares.

Eric S (jp) wrote: What was once experimental and avant garde stands the risk of becoming dated, amateurish and boring. That's the case with Fando y Lis. Stick with El Topo and The Holy Mountain and hope for the best with the forth coming King Shot.

James H (ru) wrote: 75/100. Great cast and a solid mystery thriller. Great direction from Otto Preminger. The story is well developed, as are the characters. Very suspensful and interesting throughout. Very well acted by everyone, Laurence Olivier is always a pleasure to watch. Well photographed. It really gets you thinking, great story.

Bheema D (ca) wrote: While it'll never, EEEVEEER, be for everybody, West Side Story perfectly matches its tone with the progression of its socially relevant and powerful story. It also features the greatest visual spectacle in musicals.

Tim S (jp) wrote: The Earrings of Madame de... (AKA Madame de..., AKA Diamond Earrings) is a French film from 1953, directed by the great auteur Max Ophuls. It tells the story of an aristocratic woman who decides to sell a pair of diamond earrings that were given to her by her husband as a wedding gift in order to pay some off troublesome bills. The trouble is the that earrings keep coming back into her life, in one way or another, leading her down a path of total despair. The film features performances from Charles Boyer and Danielle Darrieux, both of whom are exquisite. The film isn't altogether art-house material, as it does have a sense of humor and a sense of playfulness at times. It's masterfully-shot and put together by Max Ophuls, and as such, it is considered today to be one of the most beautiful French films ever made.

Marilee A (gb) wrote: Gossip & an Attractive Secretary (Jean Harlow) nearly comes between a Hubby (Clark Gable) & the Wife he Adores (Myrna Loy).Jimmy Stewart is the Boyfriend of the Secretary(Harlow), but she really does have her cap set for her Boss (Gable).This Outstanding cast makes up for the predictable story

Carl M (br) wrote: as always a good comedy with Sid James.

Konrad A (ru) wrote: It's a ok funny family film to see and it was silly that can make you laugh

Kevin R (jp) wrote: Great movie, but it had a qwerky goof that distracted. Daisy goes through months of time in her capture, escape and return to the family farm. They carefully painted in black rrots to her dye-job blonde hair over those months. BUT, her pre-apocalypse blue nail polish remains unchanged all the way down to the nail quicks long after her nails should have grown out. And, there were several important close-ups of her hands, including the ultimate blood-sucking scene that any movie continuity editor should have caught. That aside, Saoirse Ronan proves she is the tops of her generation of actresses.

Richard W (de) wrote: tom clancy fan may he rest in peace

Paul M (fr) wrote: Sawn it 900 times want to see90000 times