Lorts of the Flys
Four kids - unhappy with predictions of their future mapped out by a fortune-teller - take a vow never to grow up, and never to become adults! Attempts to carry out this near-impossible plan lead our heroes into all sorts of tangles.
- Stars:Wieslaw Cichy, Adam Cywka, Elzbieta Golinska, Krzysztof Grebski, Bartek Kedzierski, Krzysztof Kulesza, Andrzej Olejnik, Kinga Preis, Beata Rakowska, Maciej Tomaszewski, Grzegorz Wojdon,
- Director:Bartosz Kedzierski,
- Writer:Bartosz Kedzierski
Four kids - unhappy with predictions of their future mapped out by a fortune-teller - take a vow never to grow up, and never to become adults! Attempts to carry out this near-impossible plan lead our heroes into all sorts of tangles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lorts of the Flys torrent reviews
(au) wrote: I fell asleep trying to watch this
(ca) wrote: Grande cole (Great School/Grand School/Upper Class Private School) Paul is an upper-class young adult who is about to start out at a private school. He has chosen to live with two new roommates instead of living with his girlfriend, Agns. As a result of this he gets little time to see her. Agns starts to find the cracks in their relationship when she suspects Paul's attraction to a new roommate Louis-Arnault which leaves Paul in denial of any homosexual attraction. She decides to make a bet with him, who ever gets Louis-Arnault first wins. If she gets him, he will stop exploring his sexuality, if he does, she will leave him. In between this bet, Paul meets Mecir, a young Arabic worker who is keen on him. With Mecir, Paul goes on a journey of discovery that teaches him more to life than barriers of class, cultural differences and sexuality. "Grand Ccole" aspires to be the sort of existential drama that the French New Wave directors produced in the 1950s and 1960. It pours race, class, intellect, economic status, history and sexuality into a big martini shaker and pours out a heady concoction. But just what the film is, in the end, is not clear at all. It's slickly produced, and director Salis captures the physicality of the characters extremely well in the sex scenes and especially in the swim team's locker room. The cast is uneven, but they do nicely convey suppressed longings, deep suspicions and secret glances. And these things hold our attention even when the film wallows in its stew. When it starts boiling over, the dialog takes a distasteful turn, becoming preachy (Mecir actually insists that he went to a posh school too: the school of life!) and dipping into some awkward dream sequences. It's still watchable, but only because we can glimpse real friendship, desire and loyalty deep inside. Better than most gay movies but still pretty typical. This one is satisfying.. three stars maybe four
(ru) wrote: Jhonny Depp - didn't know he was in this. Once I knew, didn't stop watching. The "lead" pair has little to do, in terms of acting skills . Depp, though, is a rock star!! Cool, unrealistic, action.Ok to watch.
(au) wrote: I can't recommend this enough.
(ag) wrote: It was okay, except for the terrible acting, production value, effects, unlikable characters, a monster that wasn't intimidating, and the unoriginal plot. Yeah, it was great except for those few things...
(au) wrote: I loved this movie. It has style and flair and the acting is great. Jessica Lange and Harry Lennix shine as the villains. Even though the movie takes place in a time more modern than the play intended, the original dialogue still fits as opposed to seeming ill-suited and anachronistic (see Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet). A Shakespeare movie for those who don't like Shakespeare, very underrated and a BLOODY good time.
(it) wrote: A 1992 production which still looks good in general by re-watching it tonight.
(it) wrote: Awesome Sequel To The Dirty Harry Trilogy.But The First Was Better.A-
(nl) wrote: how do u watch the movie
(jp) wrote: The name and intro to this movie make you think it's going to be the coolest western ever. Overall though its pretty flat and not as fun as I thought it would be.