L'Age d'Or

L'Age d'Or

A surrealist tale of a man and a woman who are passionately in love with one another, but their attempts to consummate that passion are constantly thwarted, by their families, the Church and bourgeois society. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


L'Age d'Or torrent reviews

Ian C (ru) wrote: Loved it. Action from start to end. Excellent

Robert H (ag) wrote: Marked has some potential and some decent moments but as a whole I found the film tiresome and boring. The entire backstory needed to make the film work... didn't work... and as such, the rest of the film kinda tumbles down around it.The film starts off ok but as you learn more and more about the goings on, you kinda shake your head and wonder why you're actually watching this low budget borefest only to have something interesting happen and you give it a second chance (third chance, fourth chance, etc.) Eventually you've seen too much of the film to not invest the rest of your time and you watch it to the end... then the ending happens and you wish you hadn't.

Laurel S (gb) wrote: Made me laugh. Before Sheen when crazy, Richards became a bitch and well Harmon kickin ass on TBS.

Jos M (jp) wrote: Lo mejor Miranda Richardson se roba la pelcula incluso eclipsa a Binoche.

Josh E (it) wrote: One of the greatest music documentaries of the 90s.

Andruw F (de) wrote: I can only imagine how awesome this was when it came out. Or even if you hadn't seen Fury Road yet. But yeah, it's just not as good when you've seen Fury Road. There are definitely some good scenes, but Fury Road is pretty much only those good scenes, which makes you love it more because it takes the best parts and expands on them. And Mel Gibson isn't as good as Tom Hardy, in my opinion. But I definitely think you should see this before Fury Road, or at least after.

Ken S (us) wrote: I can't understand why everyone is so down on this picture. I actually rather liked it. I get the impression sometimes that if a few critics say something is bad early on, several others and many filmgoers just follow suit. People may not like it, but I'll disagree. I liked the "8 1/2" influence, and the Woody Allen spin on it...I guess I just kind of connected with this one in a way that it seems many did not.

Paul M (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed his. De Niro's great as usual. for some reason it reminded me of Once Upon a time in America, though I can't put my finger on why. it doesn't feel like 5 hours, instead feels like 3 hours or less. its by a talented filmmaker that can achieve something like that.

Craig T (es) wrote: Kind of a one-man recital of Churchill quotes.

Adam S (kr) wrote: Riveting. That's the only word that I could possibly use to describe this entirely underrated Vietnam War film. Werner Herzog created a masterpiece that unfortunately no-one went to see.The film tells the shocking true story of Dieter Dengler, a German-born American Navy pilot whose plane is shot down over communist-held Laos during the Vietnam War. Dengler is taken in as a prisoner at a POW camp, and immediately begins plotting escape. He eventually becomes the first POW to escape during the war, but finds an unforgiving jungle waiting for him on the other side.Dengler is portrayed in a typically unhinged manner by Christian Bale, who leads a cast that includes Steve Zahn and Jeremy Davis. Much of the cast list is made up of unknown actors, and Herzog proves to be a brilliant director at gleaming talent out of these names.The film goes to some of humanity's darkest places, and also shows an optimistic side of our desperation for survival. This is a film about the human side of war, with no grand visions about the morality or ethics of war, and just focuses on the effect on one man. For such a grand event in history, it is a really great intimate film.A very solid 9/10.

Taylor S (de) wrote: ws is amazing in this one !