La maison de Himiko

La maison de Himiko

Saori is a young woman struggling to make her way in life. Her gay father, Himiko, had abandoned Saori and her mother years before. Now her father's young lover Haruhiko shows up to tell Saori that her father is dying of cancer. Still angry with her father but in need of money, Saori travels to the House of Himiko, a nursing home established by her father for gay men. Over time, a tenuous relationship begins to develop between Saori, her father, and Haruhiko.

Saori is a young woman who struggles to make a living, with no financial or romantic prospects in her life. One rainy day, she receives a visit at work from a handsome young man called ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La maison de Himiko torrent reviews

kyo 9 (nl) wrote: one of the best war movies I've watched..until today, I still couldn't understand why Korea had to split into to two nation.. but this movie truly deserved a lot of credits..

Clint F (ca) wrote: I haven't seen this yet but the comments don't encourage me much so far lol

Lii C (us) wrote: Why were there people standing in the snow? Why, why? Who does that?

Juls XD H (br) wrote: well... i liked, it's a good movie and the first appear of Voldemort was great but i liked more the last one

Sehar M (fr) wrote: You will love it if you love family, drama type stuff. You will hate it if you want action and thrill and adventure. Great music, engaging story, excellent direction. And ofcourse! Madhuri and Salman Khan look good.

Shaun B (au) wrote: H.G. Wells (played by a diplomatic and kindly Englishman, Malcolm McDowell) vs. Jack the Ripper (played by the always devilish David Warner) x time travel. It's a fantastical lark with minor romance and minor humor. Good to shut off the brain cells, but the running time is slightly longer than necessary and while the premise sounds great on paper...well you know how that usually goes.

Arny B (es) wrote: "La Ta Alejandra" is a 1979 mexican horror film directed by Arturo Ripstein. The film deals with some dark themes like witchcraft, murder and revenge, with the setting being a common mexican home, where one by one, the family members find their false sense of safety shattered by the events that unfold on screen. This string of strange and terrifying occurrences begins when aunt Alejandra comes to live with them. The cinematography in this film is very interesting. The movie feels very crude and has a mild decoloration that, even though it's probably because of the low budget, it gives it a certain charm and I could even say elegance. The camera is also very well used throughout the whole film, giving us some nice shots that amplify the stressful enviroment in which the characters are living. While the plot is great, the script has some problems that make this an average film, instead of a good one. For starters, the story just flows in a ridiculous manner. Isabela Corona is good as aunt Alejandra, but her character is just too silly. Since the beginning, she doesn't even try to hide the fact that she is a witch. I mean, sure, she doesn't tell it to the family in their faces, but it is blatantly obvious that she isn't interested in being subtle, which just makes the story feel very forced at times. If you are interested in watching horror movies that doesn't come out from Asia or the US for a change, then check this film. "La Ta Alejandra" isn't a great movie, but it does have some things to offer.

Hallie P (fr) wrote: this is a precious movie for the family

Patricia W (ca) wrote: The testimony of the victims will break all but the hardest of hearts, and the victims include the families of those who were directly abused. The agony of knowing what O'Grady and the likes of him did to children is shown in the faces and the words of those families whose lives have been torn apart by this horror.This film, in my opinion, is far more powerful than the one that won accolades at the recent Oscars, because it talks directly to those involved. I will never forget Mr Jyongo and his pain on knowing what O'Grady did to his daughter.The fact that O'Grady is a free man now, in Ireland, is nothing short of a national disgrace - for that country, for the Catholic Church, and for all of us who fail to speak out and support those fighting against abuse. As painful as it is to watch, everyone should see this film, and then go and do something.