Love Torn in a Dream

Love Torn in a Dream

Raul Ruiz's Love Torn in a Dream is introduced with a fake newsreel, taking place in postwar France, in which the cast of the film meet with the producer, who explains the film's complex weave of nine narratives. A diagram in which each story is represented by a letter of the alphabet explicates the intertwining of the nine tales. As the producer explains each actor's role, the film begins. The stories, rooted in folklore, bump up against each other as the film leaps back and forth in time.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:French,Portuguese,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   dream,   pirate,  

Raul Ruiz's Love Torn in a Dream is introduced with a fake newsreel, taking place in postwar France, in which the cast of the film meet with the producer, who explains the film's complex weave of nine narratives. A diagram in which each story is represented by a letter of the alphabet explicates the intertwining of the nine tales. As the producer explains each actor's role, the film begins. The stories, rooted in folklore, bump up against each other as the film leaps back and forth in time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Riff J (us) wrote: A brilliant and stunning exposition on computer warfare among nations, specifically featuring USA, Iran & Israel. Truly shocking and must see for anyone with a conscious.

Veeruska K (es) wrote: Little wierd to see this this evening. Today the Copenhagen meating ended so .....

Craig H (it) wrote: It has a few moments but overall it was a huge letdown.

Eliabeth C (ca) wrote: I loved this movie. It still has a hold on me after all these years.

TOPPOP675 D (mx) wrote: This is a funny movie.

Jeff B (nl) wrote: Not Bogey's best, but interesting. I liked the concept of it more than the execution (the dog and the dueling girls were good), but the ending kind of came really quickly and I still wasn't fully attached to any of the characters by that point.

Greg R (au) wrote: It's great to see these characters grow up from this point. Like just about every Harry Potter movie, Goblet of Fire is a well crafted film that has thrills, great effects, an imaginative atmosphere and great performances.

Kong L (ru) wrote: BEAUTIFUL | FRUSTRATING | UNSETTLING (73-out-of-100)

forcebucket B (jp) wrote: Despite poor direction, ah-nold makes this very watchable, even re-watchable.

Richard G (au) wrote: This film kept me riveted with two contradictory forces that drove it along. On one side was the Roger Corman driving a very campy script with cheap thrills and an absurd chain of events. The other side was held by a very somber and serious performance by Ray Milland. No matter how silly it gets, you never want to laugh at a determined Ray Milland. Don Rickles joins and is able to get a few insult jokes in, but soon he reveals himself as an unpleasant con-man, wanting to exploit the x-ray eyes. As the film moves into its fervent finish, there is increased use of "Spectarama," a photographic effect used to simulate a POV shot of x-ray vision. Combined with a creepy score, the climax proves to be an intense and almost uncomfortable experience. A very memorable movie.