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Is Paris Burning?

The departure of the German army from Paris in 1944.

Is Paris Burning? is a great movie of Larry Collins (book), Dominique Lapierre (book), Gore Vidal (screenplay), Francis Ford Coppola (screenplay), Marcel Moussy (additional material for Fr. The released year of this movie is 1966. There are many actors in this movies torrent, such as Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Boyer, Leslie Caron, Jean-Pierre Cassel, George Chakiris, Bruno Cremer, Claude Dauphin, Alain Delon, Kirk Douglas, Pierre Dux, Glenn Ford, Gert Fröbe, Daniel Gélin, Georges Géret, Hannes Messemer. Movie' genres are War. This movie was rated by 6.9 in This is really a good movie to watch. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 127 minutes. FapDe is interesting uploader, he is very hard-working. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Crazy', so what is your opinion. Do you know what are users? Maria Ozawa is the best. I don't push my laptop screen. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

The true story of the departure of the German occupiers from Paris in 1944

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Ashley H (jp)

Friendly Persuasion is a must see. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. William Wyler did a great job directing this movie. The screenplay is well written. Gary Cooper and Dorthy McGuire give remarkable performances. It is about a Quaker family living in southern Indiana during the early days of the civil war. Friendly Persuasion is an amazing film

Bert T (de)

However, some vry sugesstive ideas - huh. Some dull moments here and there though. Yeah as far as nun sexploitation films go, this is a fine pick, with fine cinematography and a more than decent tit count

Danijel J (fr)

You will understeand the desired emotional impact of the ending, but it will drain out before you have a chance to remmember the effect it had on you. Think of it as Polanski at his coldest directing a Kieslowski film. At the centre, there is an intense personal battle, one you don't feel satisfied waching as a mere passive observer, and yet that's all you end up being. What comes out is a very taltented storyteller telling an over - calculated story. The fact that you get all of this out of the story fades under Pawlikowski's intensely objective approach. After that, she become important. Than the camera subtly catches her gaze twice in the right time. We feel she will remain that way. She's like an extra in the beginning. But wouldn't he find her boring after a while? Wouldn't his dry spell inspiration wise just continue? There are many delicate touches by Pawlikowski; note the way he brings the character played by Kulig to the core of what he's trying to portray. She is simple, gentle and unthreatening. Choosing her is something which your standard audience member will root for, and find it incomprehensible if the hero lets her slip through his fingers. The other of the ladies is the security he can't afford. Manipulative, inteligently seductive and chalenging, she is also the price he has to pay if he wants to pursue his potential greatness. She has what Tom the writer wants, but not necesarily what he needs. Margit, no matter how you interpret her character, is an unreachable goal for Tom (let not the size of modern skyscrapers confuse you; the fifth floor is still pretty high). The demones in question always tend to be more carnal, the obsession often multiplied. The script (based on the book of the same name by Douglas Kennedy) plays on those with the conviction that we, no matter what are interests might be, posses some notion on what their nature might be. More than madness in general, it deals with the specific demons we tend to connect, stereotipicaly or not, with the great minds of the literaly world. Pawlikowski's picture has a special connection with the proffesion of its main character. Also, two women appear in his life: Ania (Joanna Kulig), a waitress in the resort and Margit (Kristen Scott Thomas), a proffesional muse he meets at a litterarly gathering of some kind. The owner soon hires him to do some shady work for him. Without the money or clothes, he makes a deal with the owner of some cheep resort to stay there cash - free for a while, under the condition that he surrenders his passport as a pledge. When his former wife phones the police, he is forced to leave, just to get mugged soon after. There is a brief mention of some sort of mental illness Pawlikowski smartly injects and than lets it linger for a while. Right at the beginning we learn he may have lost that right sometimes in the past. Ethan Hawke plays an American writer Tom Ricks (he speaks a little Franch in this one) who comes to the city to visit his family, or more precisely, a six year old daughter. Polish born filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski continues the tradition of Poles doing films in France and at the same time prolonges his own voluntary exile from the home country with The Woman in the Fifth, a 2011 effort set in Paris

Fong K (ca)

David Michd's directorial debut, that about the fall of a closely-knitted criminal Melbourne family, is bold and confident but the artful storytelling is also frustratingly uneven and ambiguous

Freeman M (kr)

A pretty forgettable football movie where everyone involved (save Jon Voight) shows how skillfully they can butcher southern accents

Jerome M (ag)

Excellent interview with the books' author on the video release. Powerful. Very intellectual. Great movie

Julie I (kr)

My favorite guilty pleasure! I know that it got terrible reviews, but I always have and always will love this one

Margarita S (jp)

Viewers are definitely left with a compulsive sense of needing to know and it builds beautifully to a chilling conclusion. When he eventually meets the man who had abducted her, he is given a choice - He can either go with the man on the condition that he allows himself to experience what had happened to her or he can walk away / turn the man in, but never know what happened. The boyfriend then spends the next three years obsessively trying to find out what happened to her. When they stop for gas, the young woman disappears. A young woman and her boyfriend are on a road trip together. If you look at this movie as a thriller only, it is exceptional

Rachel N (es)

As for Kate Hudson, her Irish accent was surprisingly believable. Hilarious! Alan Maher had me in fits of laughter

Raji K (br)

Cool Hand Luke is one of the best films made and how it was not nominated for Best Picture is beyond me. I could have watched them together for another 2 hours and not got tired of it. Cool Hand Luke is an incredible film filled with heart and character, and Newman and Kennedy give two of the finest performances I have ever seen. His main nemesis becomes the guard known as the man with no eyes, who constantly wears sun glasses, never speaks and has a cold demeanor. Once Luke's mother dies though, Luke focuses on escaping and the film takes quite a turn. The two form a friendship that has them doing all sorts of things, including betting the whole gang he can't eat 50 eggs. His cool manner gains him respect among the gang and he becomes the favorite particular with Dragline (George Kennedy). Under that time he works harshly thrashing, cleaning and tarring road. After cutting of the heads of some parking meters, Luke is sent to prison to work on a chain gang for two years. Paul Newman is Luke in the film Cool Hand Luke