Jeff Warren, a Korean War vet just returning to his railroad engineer's job, boards at the home of co-worker Alec Simmons and is charmed by Alec's beautiful daughter. He becomes attracted immediately to Vicki Buckley, the sultry wife of brutish railroad supervisor Carl Buckley, an alcoholic wife beater with a hair trigger temper and penchant for explosive violence. Jeff becomes reluctantly drawn into a sordid affair by the compulsively seductive Vicki. After Buckley is fired for insubordination, he begs her to intercede on his behalf with John Owens, a rich and powerful businessman whose influence can get him reinstated.
- Stars:Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Broderick Crawford, Edgar Buchanan, Kathleen Case, Peggy Maley, Diane DeLaire, Grandon Rhodes,
- Director:Fritz Lang,
- Writer:Alfred Hayes (screenplay), Émile Zola (novel)
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Human Desire torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Documental sobre rap hecho por Ice-T, que bsicamente consiste en l charlando con raperos grosos (que van de N.Y. a L.A., y de los 80s al presente), y unos travellings areos urbanos usados (y medio abusados) como separadores. Y rapeo, claro, generalmente a cappella. Artistas importantes no faltan, pero a veces pasa que aparece tu dolo-total, cuenta alguna ancdota boluda en 2 min y ya pasan al siguiente. No creo que sea el documental definitivo sobre rap que quiere ser, pero vale. Sirve para aficionados y gente que no sabe una goma del tema.
(ca) wrote: A very peculiar film. Toni Collette was great but it was no "Muriel's Wedding"
(de) wrote: Here's another film rating.
(mx) wrote: "Go ahead and land the damn plane general. We've got us a job of work to do." That is the brilliant writing you can expect from Deep Core. I know this came before The Core but it's still a rip off of the Paul Preuss book and because of that it's the exact same movie. Either way Phillip Roth once again shows that he's still the worst in the biz.
(es) wrote: One of the best movies I have seen ever. Heartwarming and heartbreaking, fascinating, musical and magical, at times gut-bustingly funny. Supported by a remarkable cast of personalities, at the center of which is Perhan. He's the most compelling character I've seen in a long time, and watching him develop throughout the film is a cinematic experience as fulfilling as any other.
(mx) wrote: Good perfomances and message but the dialogue is cliche and over dramatic at a really big level