Le syndrome du Titanic
Dieser Dokumentarfilm zeigt die ökologischen Probleme, mit denen die Erde zu kämpfen hat. Mit Bezug auf die lange Entwicklungsgeschichte der auf der Erde lebenden Lebewesen wird insbesondere auch ein Augenmerk auf das Artensterben, das durch den Menschen verursacht wird, gelegt.
Dieser Dokumentarfilm zeigt die ökologischen Probleme, mit denen die Erde zu kämpfen hat. Mit Bezug auf die lange Entwicklungsgeschichte der auf der Erde lebenden Lebewesen wird insbesondere auch ein Augenmerk auf das Artensterben, das durch den Menschen verursacht wird, gelegt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Le syndrome du Titanic torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" is a tribute to the art form of sushi. At the onset of this film, it is hard to imagine any meal that could be worth $240. But by the end, you will be ready to hop on a plane to Tokyo and pay your $240 to experience the artwork of this master sushi chef. This documentary is great because it is part biography and part food catalogue. In fact, this film was originally intended to highlight a diverse group of sushi chefs with different styles. However, when director David Gelb experienced visited Jiro's Michelin three-star restaurant, he realized that the sushi was beyond anything else that he had ever tried and that Jiro was a compelling character that deserved his own story. You will learn so much about sushi during this documentary and will be making plans with friends for a sushi date before the end of the film. I was particularly interested in the main character's routine to get the best ingredients from the fish market and the size of the enormous tuna. The sushi that this man crafts in his 10-seat restaurant is absolutely beautiful. In addition to Jiro's high standards for fish and rice, you will also see his high standards for his apprentices. As he mentions, his front of the house part of the process is only 5% of the final product and the true quality of the experience stems from his team behind the scenes. It is also interesting to see how his passion rubbed off on his two sons, one of which opened his own sushi restaurant and the other who will succeed his father in running the flagship restaurant someday (even though he is already 50-years-old). "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" is a unique documentary, the likes of which we have never seen, as it combines a historical look at the development of sushi with a cooking tutorial and an expose on the life and career of Jiro Ono.
(es) wrote: One of those movies you don't forget for quite some time.
(it) wrote: Excellent. It's just a little longer episode with more swearing.
(jp) wrote: Two screw-ups meet and make this excellent story
(de) wrote: I liked it. Was an involving movie!
(jp) wrote: Standard film, mediocre, nothing further, worth one watch or two.
(ag) wrote: While it's certainly not the best film ever conceived, I Stand Alone is a thought provoking and disturbing look into the mind of "The Butcher", and it doesn't fail to illicit emotion. From it's static compositions and bleak imagery, it is clear that Noe has talent, even if his films could shine a little brighter.
(it) wrote: Yeah, let's watch it Kim! :)
(mx) wrote: A movie, possibly unintentionally, hilarious. The tales are absolutely hilarious and the actors humorously bad.
(au) wrote: Loved this one alot. gets into your head. Viggo Mortensen Pre History of Violence performance is rivetting and worth the watch.
(kr) wrote: A suicidal woman meets an insurance agent (Lorenzo Quinteros) whose failed literary attempts are among the factors leading to his midlife crisis. They go out for dinner, where he learns that the woman's suicide attempt was a stunt to attract customers. Stunned by her story, the man offers his new friend a lump sum in exchange for her story -- which just might make the perfect material for a novel
(it) wrote: As if a Norman Rockwell painting was shattered over the fireplace, a child's fragile perception of Santa as a caretaker is skewed when he sees Santa caressing his mother's leg. If your idea of heart-stopping insanity is a man humming Christmas tunes and donating toys to mentally challenged children, this is the movie for you. The whole premise is far-fetched and ripe for a dark comedy, not a psychological drama. The film is entirely poker-faced when a newscaster announces "avoid anyone dressed as Santa" and during a police lineup where they coerce belly laughs out of the suspects. The film feels very dated and is exquisitely moronic. The last frames defy justification and only accentuate the film's tin-ear fancifulness.
(au) wrote: Just a really lovely family movie from Disney. I really enjoyed it although I had never heard of it. Very heart-warming about a girl who is sent to Candleshoe to pretend to be the lost granddaughter of the lady of the house by a con man to rip her off. Then obviously ends up loving the mansion and the lady herself.
(fr) wrote: seen this in the drive in years ago and the film broke and i never knew just how it ended .. well i bought the dvd finally and i must admit .. this horror anthology is alot of fun .. not the scariest and cheesy at time but i good halloween flick
(mx) wrote: An excellent way to part company, after six film together, for director Josef von Sternberg and superstar Marlene Dietrich. Odd that it flopped at the time--perhaps there was too much of a sameness in the femme fatale type of character she was consistently portraying, and thus needed a different directorial perspective, one that wasn't so obviously entranced by her. Very few aesthetic delights of the post-Code era tantalize and linger long afterwards in the mind as much as films from the Marlene Dietrich/Josef Von Sternberg partnership, and this, thankfully kept in Dietrich's vault as it was the favourite of her films, is no exception. Though anyone who knows me will readily recall I prefer the twice-Oscar nominated (for 'Morocco' and 'Shanghai Express'), Viennese expert craftsman's silent pictures to those made with the sexpot, this saga of vengeance is also superlative and well worth both purchasing and re-watching. Paramount caved in to pressure by the Spanish government, who hated the way Pierre Lous' novel portrayed the Spanish police, and actually destroyed the original print. Thankfully Dietrich's fear that her favourite film would otherwise be lost meant it was extremely well-preserved, and I saw my copy as part of a superlative DVD boxed set of six of her films that I've had for a few years now.