In Praise of Older Women
In the turmoil of the Spanish Civil War, a young man comes of age sexually, through a string of relationships with a wide range of mature, older women.
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Jochen P (us) wrote: Excellent movie. Absolutely one of the best Czech films I've seen so far!
Amie J (de) wrote: for who it may concern .
Nipple H (ru) wrote: Well first off I am very disappointed in the rating. Sure the twist is not as good as the six sense, but I believe that unbreakable is pretty dam close. I also believe without the twist it's a solid film but the twist makes it perfect.
Robert I (ru) wrote: Perhaps the only Albert Pyun movie I love. Dennis Hopper reprises his character from "Speed" to fight Tom Sizemore and Steven Seagal. Yeah, it is that awesome.
Jack F (gb) wrote: Best film that has ever been made, anyone who rates this movie lower then 99% has serious brain issues which need immediate medical attention. Macaulay Culkin's finest work and easily better then the extremely over rated Home Alone films.
Eric N (ru) wrote: Warning: this is the stupidest movie and you gotta love it for that! It's insane. Not quickly forgotten.
Steve R (kr) wrote: Far more quaint and warm-hearted than the later, more famous films. Well worth a watch.
Orlok W (jp) wrote: Solid gold chase movie - where you cheer for a Nazi pilot--Giving the enemy his due!!
Jennifer M (ag) wrote: Surprisingly good. At first I thought it was going to be a weird movie where Richard Gere has an affair with Jennifer Lopez but it was something a lot better and true. Sometimes people want to do something out of character to feel a live again. Anyway I liked it
W James S (es) wrote: A very well acted, deigned and directed film that explores the disturbing and shocking story of women fighting for the right to vote in Edwardian England. It's hard to believe that women were treated in such a terrible way in the not so distant past. Our society is still morally corrupt when it comes to equality for women, blacks, hispanics and gays, not to mention the multitude of others in the world. The narrative of the script is somewhat melodramatic, but it still gets its point across.
Manuela H (nl) wrote: Litt a la Clerks in color.