God's Little Acre
In the 1950s, a poor Georgia cotton farmer and his sons search for the gold presumably buried on the farm by their grandfather but problems related to poverty, marital infidelity, unemployment and booze threaten to destroy their family.
A poor farmer is obsessed with finding gold on his land supposedly buried by his grandfather. To find it he conveniently moves a marker out of his way that designates the land on which it rests as as God's Little Acre, where anything that comes from the ground will go to God's work. Eventually he abducts an albino to help him find the gold. Meanwhile, his daughter-in-law is suspected of fooling around with a labor activist out of work since the mill closed, and a local political hopeful actively seeks his daughter's hand in marriage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
God's Little Acre torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: More zany, over the top action and gore from Machine Girl team.
(ca) wrote: Beside the thick Scottish language an interesting portrait of an gifted youth dragged into a spiral of violence...probably more likely than one wish to think
(gb) wrote: Hot chicks, action, and bad acting. What else can you ask for?
(ru) wrote: International Film magazine Sight and Sound declared Claire Denis as the finest film director working today and I can see why. There are a couple of reasons why 35 Shots of Rhum is a magnificent little film and Claire Denis is a master director. 1) It is a French modern day drama without being a typical "French" film meaning characters don't sit and randomly talk about philosophy and life and relationships. 2) It handles delicately a father-daughter relationship, something that is absolutely non existent in contemporary cinema. The culture today has very little time for older people and in turn, cinema has very little time for older characters as Guardian's Ann Bilson talked about recently. So it was refreshing to see a film about 4 principal characters, 2 of who belong to the older generation.3) It is set in modern day France but has an all black cast and yet never even makes a glancing blow to make the point that "look I am making a film in France about black people.
(de) wrote: Compare to the first 2 movies, it can be better. If not, it can be it last too. :)
(es) wrote: Love, love, love, this movie. One of the best gay-themed movies in my opinion.
(us) wrote: Lots of moments I never would've seen coming, even by today's (2011) standards. Flaming arrow in the mouth? Damn.
(ca) wrote: campy, corny, hokey but fun. it's hard to judge these kind of films too harshly. it is what it is. a soap bubble. judy sings, lana looks impossibly cute and hedy is a knockout. jimmy stewart's last film before ww2 service and he gets to play a gangster. this shoulda been in color for the sake of the elaborate production numbers and those ridiculous costumes