In 1955, young photographer Dennis Stock develops a close bond with actor James Dean while shooting pictures of the rising Hollywood star.

A snapshot in time-the film chronicles the story behind the 1955 LIFE magazine photo thread by Dennis Stock of then-rising star, James Dean, and gives us an inside look at some of Hollywood's most iconic images and into the life of a gifted, but troubled man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Life torrent reviews

Ale H (ru) wrote: I thought it was very insightful though it made me mad to see that man tortured without a shred of evidence.

Graham B (it) wrote: In a mostly accepting society, this is a film that brings on the reality of others. Made me feel incredibly lucky for the place I live and incredibly proud of the people involved in the film.

David S (de) wrote: Quentin Cooke: "I thought the house of God was open to all people at all times."Padre Pablo: "It is. But God is not at home right now. He is down the road at the orphanage."

Joetaeb D (us) wrote: It takes few films to actually blow me away. Crouching tiger, Hidden dragon is such a beautiful kung fu/martial arts adventure with gorgeous action, impressive cinematography and multi layered drama to make director Ang Lee's best film.

Brad L (br) wrote: Great transition from stage to screen. All star cast. See it now!

Matt G (nl) wrote: The Ring stands out by playing on our fears of the horror genre. The central video is mesmerizing & deeply unsettling, before actually coming to life to kill off the characters. The Lynchian-lite visuals (Watts on phone) & the unique horror motifs (horse on the ferry) provide a fantastic viewing, especially a first viewing. And although it stales upon revisits (too long, clichd & silly opening, the egregious library research trope, over serious performances & dialogue), it's still a chillingly fun little tale.

Charles P (ag) wrote: Body Bags consists of three tales of terror - sometimes uneven, but it boasts substantial tension, a helping of macabre humor, Mark Hamill going insane, and the joy of seeing Director John Carpenter in front of the camera.

Angelica B (us) wrote: Although it did not follow the book format all the way through .....I liked it.

Scott H (mx) wrote: Even though I really do believe Ms. Hepburn was completely misact, Rex Harrison and Stanley Holloway are impeccable along with the rest of the cast in this timeless musical adaptation

Brian K (gb) wrote: A fun satire on the dangers of an increasingly automated, industrial world and at the center is a nimble Chaplin at the top of his game.

Anna B (kr) wrote: Really good for a first feature, though the oppressively ultra-grim tone (and Pittaway's miserable face, which varies between "about to cry" and "crying" for most of the second half) started to wear me down after a while, and in the third act was verging on self-parody. Par for the course with Australian dramas though, and it's never bad. But if Kurzel can learn to vary his tone while also telling a compelling story he could be one of the greats.

Bobby D (br) wrote: Incredibly powerful film about NWA, and changing musical and cultural period in America and how some angry youths from Los Angeles were a part of that change. Great cast. Great story.