Based on a controversial French novel, Lila Says tells the story of a quiet young poet named Chimo who develops a crush on the pretty, blond Lila, a girl who recently moved into his Arab ghetto with her aunt. When the leader of a rival gang also falls for Lila, the ensuing love triangle initiates a journey of sexual discovery -- and sets off a chain of devastating events.
- Stars:Vahina Giocante, Moa Khouas, Karim Ben Haddou, Lotfi Chakri, Hamid Dkhissi, Edmonde Franchi, Carmen Lebbos, Ghandi Assad, Dominique Bluzet, Stéphanie Fatout, Barbara Chossis, Bruno Esposito,
- Country:France, UK
- Director:Ziad Doueiri,
- Writer:Chimo (book), Ziad Doueiri, Mark Lawrence, Joelle Touma
Two inner-city teenagers engage in an obsessive, innocent flirtation fueled by Lila's sexually explicit overtures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lila Says torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Slow moving documentary with similar one-dimensional subjects and goals.
(au) wrote: If ya like the shining, you will like this one.
(ca) wrote: Expertly direction by Tsukamoto. Good acting, decent effects, OK plot. Long and boring in parts, but overall pretty decent.
(ru) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing
(de) wrote: Nostalgico filme de Kitano sin recurrir a los sentimentalismos. Su nostalgia es ms razonada que sentida presentando las decepciones en los primeros aos profesionales.
(nl) wrote: I love Mira Sorvino and this was her breakout role, but there was something a little "off" with this film. I can't quite remember what it was.
(nl) wrote: An epic story of man vs aliens for the control of Earth featuring kaiju destroying cities around the world. Those looking for a kaiju fighting extravaganza will be a bit disappointed, as the only fight on the card is a battle between Earths kaiju and King Ghidorah at the end.
(kr) wrote: Good if a bit overlong western with Steve, oozing charisma, acquitting himself well as he changes from callow youth to hardened gunslinger. A great supporting cast helps immeasurably with Suzanne Pleshette standing out bringing a gruff sexy charm to her too few scenes.
(it) wrote: Most decorated soldier of WW2 stars himself, movie is barely ok.
(ag) wrote: In a lonely place? (C) um whodunnit bem articulado e com caractersticas muito peculiares: um protagonista " Humphrey Bogart - muito mais sombrio e ambguo que o habitual, na (C)poca, e todo um jogo de filme dentro do filme, que (C) alimentado por um guio que (C) escrito em paralelo a toda a histria do crime. A presena de Gloria Grahame (C) pura seduo e no h uma cena em que no esteja linda. 3,5/5
(ag) wrote: I disagree with the consensus that the treatment of the subject is shallow. It presents the equivalent of a tactical, personal, rather than a strategic, impersonal view. Kind of shocked. Kristen Stewart was actually so good in this I really like her now, even though I found her quite wooden before. The film is very good, but somewhat monotonous. Probably a result of its subject matter. Nonetheless, it held my attention on first viewing. I enjoyed it more when I watched it again. Recommended.
(gb) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. None of those noisy special effects, no CGI sci fi spacescapes and no intense car chase/fight/war scenes. Instead we have an interesting group of characters and a no-rush storyline. Archie Panjabi moonlighting from The Good Wife and Steven Yeun taking time out from Walking Dead. Brit Marling plays a convincing role, working well alongside Michael Pitt, who's work I'm not familiar with except for The Village which was excellent but it wasn't Pitt that held me. I like Astrid Berges-Frisbey a lot, she is the kind of girl men fight to the death over. Her character drew me in to the film but it was the story held me right up until the end. If you enjoy a good film, ignore the critics and watch this.
(es) wrote: This is quite the unique thriller. Kevin Costner is excellent as the tortured white collar serial killer. He's a successful businessman with the perfect wife and troubled daughter who in the style of Dexter, must cope with his dangerous addiction. He also speaks to a (dark passenger) much like Dexter, in the form of William Hurt (who is quite excellent as well). Even Demi Moore turns in a great performance as the detective tracking him. The music really sets the tone for the twists and turns that the film has in store for it's audience. An Overall pleasant movie experience, as long as you can stomach the horrendously awful Dane Cook.
(es) wrote: Would probably make great background viewing if you were doing your taxes.