History Lessons

History Lessons

A montage of film clips and stills calling all lesbians to come out and celebrate who they are. In a trilogy of experimental documentaries, director Barbara Hammer rewrites history by inserting lesbians and lesbian imagery throughout educational films, newsreels, medical footage and more from the past century.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   murder,   student,  

A montage of film clips and stills calling all lesbians to come out and celebrate who they are. Weaving together clips social guidance and classroom shorts from the fifties, a World War II ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


History Lessons torrent reviews

Daniel T (fr) wrote: Very procedural detective story. The ending is worth the 2+ hours tho. A bit on the year jerker side.

Francis L (br) wrote: What the hell? That was the most shitastic way to end a movie if I've ever seen one. It was so bad that I had to make up shitastic as a descriptive word for the ending. The movie will make you say, "what the gay?" and never clarify what the gay was. I want my 74 minutes back!

Richard B (us) wrote: Christ what a boring film and yep, I turned it off after the 40 min rule. I shall list the problems I had1. Annoying narrator who explains everything in the film and you will not like at all.2. Very predictable and bland storyline3. It's called "clubbed" and I was expecting a film like Human Traffic where it would be about clubbing.4. All the actors in this film are rubbish.5. Makes the 80's set period boring and makes no use of that era except for some cars parked outside people's houses. Why set the film in a certain period and not use it at all?????? 6. The writing and directing are poor in his film with no signs of spark at all.

Holly K M S (kr) wrote: An absolute gorefest that just doesn't have any functionality. Torture porn at its worst. The homage to the Yakuza is interesting, if not consuming, but it's completely shafted by blood splatters amidst violent attacks that have no real premise.

dowdy r (ca) wrote: now THIS is cinema, motherfucker.

Anil T (it) wrote: the video box promised a tough portrayal of L.A. gang violence. Hmmm, maube so if were done as an afterschool special. And it's not really about gangs at all, It's a teen romance!!! Pretty awful, but of note due to very early career performances by James Spader and Robert Downey Jr.

Serge L (nl) wrote: Very dramatic. Overly dramatic dramas that compound each other in a too nicely imbricated story. Very well put together though. Well acted. It's more a state of mind of a film than a story telling film. Toward the end though, it looked progressively more and more homer-sexual.

Jack G (mx) wrote: "It's not a joke, it's erectile dysfunction, Tuco."

Al M (fr) wrote: Night Train to Munich is a powerful and entertaining account of espionage in the early days of WWII. Carol Reed (The Third Man, The Fallen Idol) directs this taunt and riveting thriller that begins the Nazi encroachment into Austria, the Sudetenland, and Poland and progressing on into the onset of world war. Reed's film is fascinating because it concerns characters still trying to act freely while the Fascist curtain is slowly falling over Europe. Night Train to Munich feels like a blend of Hitchcockian and film noir thrillers. And while it may lack the directorial finesse of The Third Man, Night Train still demonstrates Reed profound powers as a filmmaker capable of creating engaging thrillers that simultaneously explore their historical milieu.

Kaitlyn R (ag) wrote: Since it's based on a classic, it might turn out to be pretty good.

Adrin F (es) wrote: Oliver Stone ett?l tud sokkal jobbat is.