Angie is having no luck auditioning for movies. She thinks about going back home, but her roommate Claudia convinces her to try working at the "gentleman's club" with her in order to gain more life experience. Angie hopes to be able to turn the experience toward more effective acting but is having difficulty overcoming her inhibitions. She meets a burned out movie director at the club who helps her with her dilemma.
- Category:Thriller, Drama
- Stars:Ángel Magaña, Roberto Escalada, Ilde Pirovano, Nicolás Fregues, Arnoldo Chamot, Carlos D'Agostino, Diana de Córdoba, Rafael Diserio, Renée Dumas, Pedro Fiorito, Norma Giménez, Rosa Martín, Luis Mora, Percival Murray, Luis Otero, Lorissa McComas, Tane McClure, Burke Morgan, Kim Sill, Michael Wates, Brye Cooper, Stefan Galio, Stuart Warren, Chanda, Robert Zachar, Lenny Rose, Chris Jacky, Aline Kassman, Joyanna, Skip Dumas,
- Director:Mike Sedan,
- Writer:K.C. Martin
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(au) wrote: Not a fan of French movies, but this one is exceptional ;)
(br) wrote: "???????" touched me throughout, made me sobbed uncontrollably. I gave this film 5 stars not just because its a touching film, but it fully depicts both culture very well. Both being Asian, but Japanese and Chinese speaks very different language and shared different cultures. I like what Takata said when he sees the Chinese Opera singer wept in public, he thought he was fortunate to be able to express himself so freely. That was an example of 2 different culture. Seeing how the Chinese showing their generosity & kindness, that is what I know of the true Chinese people. The film took place in Lijiang - one of the most beautiful place in China. I truly recommend everyone to see this film. Zhang Yimou's greatest film in a long while. Thumbs up!
(ag) wrote: A general mood of depression fills this movie. There's nothing uplifting, which, depending on your mood, could be a bit hard to struggle through. However, everyone is generally excellent in their performances.
(fr) wrote: gr8 movie awesome music some of my faves
(ru) wrote: It was okay. The woman was really crazy. the craziest part the whole breast feeding part.
(fr) wrote: Masterpiece. My favourite western of all time.
(au) wrote: i think this is my favourite Elvis pix
(it) wrote: .done too many times before, and much better..
(ca) wrote: A serious Hitchcock gem, which uncovers the controversial theme of Nazi conspirators during World War II, and does it with the most exquisite visual quality. The story is well-written, and doesn't fail to astound with it seriousness and very engaging dialogue-driven sequences. Joel McRea gives his most spectacular performance as the American journalist, who takes the job as a foreign correspondent in Europe and is soon on a trail of perfectly dangerous criminal, who are always one step ahead of their peace-loving enemies. It's an unforgettable showcase of some of the most magnificent set pieces in the Golden Era of Hollywood. From the streets of London, thorough tranquil countrysides and windmills, to intense in-flight scenes, the movie's eye-popping visuals will be forever remembered as one of the Hitchock's finest. It's amusing, interesting, thrilling - as any great suspense film should be.
(ca) wrote: I do not, of course know Harvey Keitel so I do not know how good his performance was in this depressing movie. Maybe he was playing himself!! I hate getting to the end of a movie and saying...WHAT??? because it does not make any sense. When he puts those kids on the bus and gives them money is it an attempt to do something good before he dies? Was this distorted move a product of a severely twisted, tortured mind? I don't care..I hated this movie and know now why it took so many years to finally sit through it. Bad Lieutenant=Bad movie!
(au) wrote: it was entertaining with an interesting story line. Not much to complain about.
(gb) wrote: A lion cub and future king, Simba, voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Matthew Broderick, is trying to just live a fun childhood while he can. However, Simba's uncle Scar, voiced by Jeremy Irons, tries his hardest to wait for the perfect moment to strike and take his place as king. Scar finally sees an opportunity to make his move and by doing so, Simba must leave his home to find his identity and take back his rightful place as king with the help of his friends. To kids and even adults, the movie is fun, energetic, and entertaining to see time after time. However, the whole "good" and "bad" guy thing is a little too bland and black and white. Everything that a stereotypical bad guy does in a movie happens and the same goes for the good guy. Yet, The Lion King is a wonderful movie overall. Most of the movies I see are only watchable one time and then every once in awhile I can enjoy it again, but The Lion King, on the other hand, is different. In my opinion, The Lion King is a movie I recommend seeing.
(fr) wrote: Another tinker bell, terrible.
(ag) wrote: Never heard of this one. Might be fun, as a late night movie on TMN.