Head in the Clouds
A romantic drama set in 1930's England, Paris, and Spain. Gilda Bessé shares her Paris apartment with an Irish schoolteacher, Guy Malyon, and Mia, a refugee from Spain. As the world drifts toward war, Gilda defiantly pursues her hedonistic lifestyle and her burgeoning career as a photographer. But Guy and Mia feel impelled to join the fight against fascism, and the three friends are separated.
- Stars:Charlize Theron, Penélope Cruz, Stuart Townsend, Thomas Kretschmann, Steven Berkoff, David La Haye, Karine Vanasse, Gabriel Hogan, Peter Cockett, Élizabeth Chouvalidzé, Jolyane Langlois, Sophie Desmarais, Éloïsa Laflamme-Cervantes, Ivan Vukov, Sebastian Bailey,
- Country:UK, Canada
- Director:John Duigan,
- Writer:John Duigan
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Head in the Clouds torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Madison County is well done, at least on the technical side. It looks very good visually, but that's about the best thing that the film has going for it. The creative side of the coin is less praise worthy. The writing, acting, story and direction are all sufficient, but are uninspired and bring nothing new to the table. Only recommended for those that are hardcore slasher fans. Most others will get bored with this.
(kr) wrote: awsome dvd love it but very long matchs lol the man is a legend and puts on a good show
(de) wrote: Slow and rather boring. They'll never match the original.
(br) wrote: perfect dbl feature for 'straight outta compton" or 'boyz n tha hood'
(de) wrote: Classic. Parents liked these movies.
(us) wrote: An awesome sequel that was downright hilarious much like the original but by the slightest doesn't surpass 21 jump street..,,
(es) wrote: just ok. it was like watching the "lame" remake of the 1st one. Oh yea, most of the cast members from "The Game" is in this movie.
(jp) wrote: This is a film I didn(TM)t know too much about but one that had an interesting premise. I do remember it being reviewed on TV quite a long time ago, but it can(TM)t have registered that well because I can(TM)t remember whether they said it was any good or not. So I went into this one with a very open mind and I(TM)m quite glad I did because it(TM)s one of those thought-provoking films that can be spoiled by too many preconceptions.The pacing is very slow, almost hypnotically so at times, but it is beautifully shot, making great use of the panoramic beach locations. So what(TM)s it all about? Well we meet Tommy and Rebecca when they are quite young; they strike up a friendship which is sealed with a kiss before Rebecca has to leave to live in Tokyo. Fast-forward a number of years and Rebecca (Eva Green " from Casino Royalle) is back from Japan and looking for Tommy (Matt Smith " the current Doctor Who). They more or less take up from where they left off and things seem to be progressing well when Tommy is suddenly killed in a road accident. Rebecca is understandably distraught and decides, with the permission of Tommy(TM)s parents, Judith (Lesley Manville) and Ralph (Peter Wight), to have a clone of him made which she will carry in her womb But there will be repercussions, some of which are quite surprising.I know this is not a film that everyone will like; the slow pacing and the fact it(TM)s about relationships will put many off. But if you(TM)re prepared to be patient it does throw up some very interesting questions. I loved the way it was shot and the haunting score (by Max Richter) fitted the piece perfectly. I think the visuals would have had a little more impact on the big screen, but I still found it quite an impressive visual feast. On a dramatic level I did find it was a little too serious and a little levity here and there would have helped. Other than that I found it perfectly acceptable, although I freely admit it may not be to everyone(TM)s taste. SteelMonster(TM)s verdict: RECOMMENDEDMy score: 6.8/10