La villa Santo Sospir

La villa Santo Sospir

Short about Mrs. Weisweiller's Villa in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferat, on Côte d'Azur, which was decorated by Jean Cocteau.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:36 minutes
  • Release:1952
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
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Short about Mrs. Weisweiller's Villa in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferat, on Côte d'Azur, which was decorated by Jean Cocteau. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La villa Santo Sospir torrent reviews

Ileen R (it) wrote: I haven't finished watching this movie but oh my god it's fucking amazing ! Love Ryan Dunn!

sitenoise (au) wrote: Interesting concept lurking within a tired idea of a thriller brought crashing down hard by horrifical acting. Miyazaki Aoi couldn't even save this. I recently saw this guy, Eguchi Yosuke, in CHILDREN OF THE DARK, where he appeared to have phoned in his performance during a break from his day job as a soap opera actor. Here, he confirms his lack of skill, being nothing more than a haircut. The entire film was cast full of his ilk. Painful.

Anson H (it) wrote: Not my favourite Pixar film but it's definitely great

Jessica H (it) wrote: Four guys doing what has already been done.

Mickey M (au) wrote: Just watched this on Hulu. Rene zellwigger

(nl) wrote: Far too predictable, wayward, long and not as good as the first movie, but still thrilling and worth watching, I mean...Clint Eastwood's in it, what more do you want?

Jonathon N (ag) wrote: (the story of my life?)"Terence Stamp is known only as "The Visitor" in Pier Paolo Pasolini's Teorema. The mysterious stranger insinuates himself into the home of a wealthy Italian family, where he exerts a curious, sensual spirituality over everyone in the household. He then proceeds to seduce everyone in the family (male and female) including the maid, which gives each person some sort of unique epiphany. Because he reveals so little about his innermost thoughts, "The Visitor" becomes all things to all people. What it boils down to is this: Is the enigmatic visitor Christ, or is he the Devil?"

Ben E (gb) wrote: Disappointing. Had the potential to be something really funny.

Daniel K (au) wrote: Imagine Singing in the Rain if it was in black and white, had no songs and far fewer jokes and good dance routines. I loved the silent Hollywood era, so I really wanted to like this. But although it is competent enough, I found it very disappointing, given the critical acclaim it received. The dog is cute though.

Sonja W (au) wrote: Great casting. Funny and heart felt.

Joseph S (au) wrote: I mean, by now it's clear I'm not great at reviewing movies but I like this one. Nothing feels play by the numbers here but it plays to an audience's expectations--multiple ones. You question one thing and are given another lense, you're then taken a bit further, refine and repeat. Until it crescendos into something urgent and immediate, leaving you with the 'now what' feeling that underlines our actions.

Jackie T (gb) wrote: The ending left me hanging & disappointed... but I did get wrapped up into the movie.