Le café du pont

Le café du pont

Ten-year-old Pierrot is just another kid. For the time being, he grows with his younger brother Jeannot in a flat above "Le Café du Pont", run by his loving parents, a place that attracts ...

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Le café du pont torrent reviews

Ravishankar N (jp) wrote: I haven't read the book but quite a decent movie. The screenplay was crisp and ably supported by the actors. It certainly brought back memories of Kolkata 2001.

Huw G (de) wrote: Bleak but not overwhelmingly so, and claustrophobic in a small town way. Great cinematography both for its seemingly endless icy wastes and for its fascinating impressions of a remote, unfamiliar culture, unfortunately dealing with all too familiar social problems. Contrary to some reviews, the acting is well up to the mark, particularly Patkotak's entrancing performance as Qalli. Obviously professional actors' tricks of the trade were not in evidence, but they're so often overused, and in my opinion inappropriate here anyway. Niggles really were just that, and easily ignored. Completely engrossing.

Anna B (jp) wrote: I had no idea what this movie was about before watching it, so the wings were a bit of a shock, and I thought the plot had taken a terrible nose-dive at that point. (No pun intended.) But as it went on I realised that it lined up with what I thought was happening at the start, if you keep the opening scene in mind and take the events more as a representation of a woman's justification for her actions than the movie's literal reality. It's still not the greatest film ever made, but it's pretty cool as an exercise in subtextual plot.

Daniel L (kr) wrote: Fascinating and funny.

Peter A (ru) wrote: This should go down as a top-tier survival film. I connected with these characters, their individual needs to escape Siberia, and how they struggled together as a group against the elements.

Mario R (nl) wrote: Walter Salles is back with a great film, if not innovative.

Anna K (it) wrote: Oh my freaking god so messed up and well done! Amazing.

Kelly S (kr) wrote: Interested to know more about this one

Carter Bryce E (gb) wrote: I literally listen to nirvana every day lol i love them.

Steve W (br) wrote: Chock full of stars, Shadows and Fog is Woody Allen's homage to German expressionism films such as M (1930) or Mad Love (1935). Too bad its completely goes nowhere, offers few laughs, and is not satisfying when it comes to resolution or anything else.

Johnny B (it) wrote: one of those zany 90s comedies with wacky senseless humor. Not the best of the genre, but whatever.

Corey n (es) wrote: A classic Disney film. The third film in the Herbie the Love Bug series. Again we see Herbie in another adventure with Dean Jones back for this and the funny Don Knotts also stars in this as well. Your typical Herbie adventure with the same gags and laughs from the other two films. I enjoyed this when I was a child. Good movie for the kids and the family to watch.

Marcus W (au) wrote: Just when you think you've seen the best of Richard Attenborough, you unearth another gem. This is a horrible film, but you can't take your eyes off it.

Liam M (es) wrote: This film is fantastic, one of my favourite Al Pacino performances. It's not your conventional gangster film, following those at the top of the mobster hierarchy, rather focusing on lowly Lefty (Pacino) as he takes it upon himself to show Brasco (Depp) the ropes, unbeknownst of his angle as an undercover police officer. It's this change of focus that makes this movie so good. 5 stars, Fuhget about it!

Mike L (it) wrote: Good film of own time, but slightly archaic for today