A philosophical burlesque, Human Nature follows the ups and downs of an obsessive scientist, a female naturalist, and the man they discover, born and raised in the wild. As scientist Nathan trains the wild man, Puff, in the ways of the world - starting with table manners - Nathan's lover Lila fights to preserve the man's simian past, which represents a freedom enviable to most.
- Stars:Patricia Arquette, Rhys Ifans, Tim Robbins, Ken Magee, Sy Richardson, David Warshofsky, Hilary Duff, Stanley DeSantis, Peter Dinklage, Toby Huss, Bobby Harwell, Daryl Anderson, Bobby Pyle, Chase MacKenzie Bebak, Mary Kay Place,
- Country:France, USA
- Director:Michel Gondry,
- Writer:Charlie Kaufman
A woman is in love with a man in love with another woman, and all three have designs on a young man raised as an ape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Human Nature torrent reviews
(es) wrote: What if the internet is already dreaming about itself? Enough said!
(jp) wrote: The reason why I just love Seidl's movies is this: you go to see them, you know exactly what you are about to see. You know him, you know his style and you know the shit that's coming. And then the film starts. After five seconds or so, you realise you didn't absolutely positively had a fucking clue. Not a slightest idea. He tops your expectations every doggone time. Suprises you. Every time. Such a great film maker, 100% original.
(ag) wrote: beautifully shot, perfectly acted and a funny, yet touching script. this is film at its best!
(fr) wrote: Good idea for a movie - the acting was little bit - meh. All movies which are shot in 3 rooms exactly have a tendency of being boring, unless you can spice things up.
(fr) wrote: You can't deny that awesome VHS cover art. Which is ultimately the reason I watched this. It's very bad, but seeing Clint Howard in an ice cream man uniform running around with a couple decapitated heads made it all worthwhile...
(ca) wrote: buena peli, un poquito larga pero retrata situaciones que pueden retar al espectador.
(us) wrote: Edward (Johan Rudebeck) gets a new job cutting out the hardcore violence in a new line of horror movies called "Loose Limbs". After spending time alone in a cabin editing these horror movies, Edward starts having weird illusions and slowly goes totally insane. This is a pretty fun horror comedy with a few nods to other horror movies (especially "Evil Dead" and it's sequels) and the gore effects are pretty damn impressive. However, it's not a great movie and the weird dubbing from english to english (if you see it you will understand) can be annoying. Forgettable but fun and worth seeing for horror fans.
(it) wrote: hello flixter!!!!! year s/b 1964 not 1998 dumbasses
(br) wrote: Bogie and some dimwit gangsters try to get to Africa for uranium smuggling in this comedic adventure which is neither funny nor exciting.
(us) wrote: The cinematography deserved its awards. Brilliant stuff that kept me entertained until the end. Clive Owen is as usual very good. I love the story. But the movie itself lacked tension and suspense.
(kr) wrote: rough powerful great stuff
(ca) wrote: Incredible animation and very quirky touches make this an eye-popping western with a difference. Anyone versed in the western genre is bound to get a kick out of this.
(br) wrote: Christopher Lloyd's villain, Klingon Captain Kluge and some exciting space action, make this a worthwhile Trek outing to check out.
(it) wrote: Cliched. Derivative. Disappointing. The low budget is no excuse. The good work (with a bad script) done by all the good actors is undone by SHANE BLOODY BOURNE!(?) In the right hands it could have been better than Gallipoli. It ain't.
(ag) wrote: Pretty interesting movie. The life of those people were really interesting. The guy who was following that lady was so peaceful. A lot of this movie was sad too because of what happened or was happening to those people. Great movie.