Le sorelle

Le sorelle

Diana is divorcing her husband, and decides to spend winter at her younger sister's home. Adultery and unnatural saphic love return to her life, amidst sad remembrances and with unsuspected consequences.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1969
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:nudity,   lesbian,  

Diana is divorcing her husband, and decides to spend winter at her younger sister's home. Adultery and saphic love will enter her life, amidst sad remembrances and with unsuspected consequences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff S (ru) wrote: Overall the movie was sensical, but at a more microscopic level it was BLOODY CONFUSING. Just too many characters to keep track of everyone and everything. Most of the story is already known to the average person, but No End in Sight helps fill in the gaps and make sense of the why and how. The film did run a little too long; if it could have been more concise and to the point, I think it would have been more powerful.

Donna B (nl) wrote: It's got DAVE MATTHEWS in it- I't will be great!! On Oscar winner I predict!!

Peter C (ca) wrote: Pedofilia e abuso infantil elevado a mxima potencia, num filme cru, tenso e impactante!

Irene M (de) wrote: hm, spent most of the movie wondering "is he or isn't he?" of course, I won't spoil it for you. a sci fi rom com, that it 'twas.

Atish N R (ca) wrote: That movie was in 1999, woah! It had felt like watching something out of our time, it sort of exposes the 'gay' thing about some people, which they have used to gain popularity. Anyway, nice acting, simpleton movie, nothing exceptional, watchable once. 3.6/5.0

Gene A (gb) wrote: awesome movie, one of Eddie Murphy's best.

Savy (mx) wrote: This is the movie I was named after!!!!

Michael W (nl) wrote: Made crap by the firing of Richard Donner. The Donner cut is slightly better, but uneven because not all of it was shot. This will always be a letdown for me, following the brilliant original with kitsch.

Mark B (kr) wrote: though good i wish they would have cut out some of the fat and spent more time developing the primary characters and their relationships. not that i don't appreciate a good amount of secondary characters in film, but i don't like when they distract the writer from whats most interesting. the ending is what makes this film worth seeing but it's a bit of a haul getting there.

Jamie B (es) wrote: Italian accents shall be heard in my head forever and ever after this fun, familial movie.

Matthew S (mx) wrote: Klaus Kinski is marvellous in the title role of Herzog's remake of the classic 1920's silent film. He brings an enigmatic, occasionally comical weirdness to the vampire, but is also commandingly terrifying. Bruno Ganz (perhaps best known these days for his unforgettable portrayal of Hitler in "The Downfall") is also brilliant as the gradually deteriorating Jonathan Harker. An atmospheric and spooky film which feels just a little laboured by the end, but which is ultimately satisfying. Evocative, creepy and like most classic horror films, does not rely upon gore or jump scares and is foreboding and ominous in its vision.