The unborn child of Mamlakat is telling her story. She is 17, beautiful and vivacious, and dreaming secretly of becoming an actress. She lives with her father and brother in a small village in Central Asia. One night she is seduced by an actor from a travelling troupe, who poses as a friend of Tom Cruise, and makes her pregnant. She tries to abort, but her father and brother become determined to find the seducer, setting in motion a cascade of comic adventures.
- Stars:Chulpan Khamatova, Moritz Bleibtreu, Ato Mukhamedzhanov, Merab Ninidze, Polina Raykina, Nikolay Fomenko, Lola Mirzorakhimova, Sherali Abdulkajsov, Dinmukhamet Akhimov, Azalbek Nazriyev, Aleftina Galiyeva, Barvina Gulyamova, Leila Nikajlova, Sofya Amrulina, Mukhayo Karimova,
- Country:Germany, Japan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Austria, Switzerland, France, Russia
- Director:Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov,
- Writer:Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov, Irakli Kvirikadze
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Luna Papa torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I thought this film was done well. It shows how three long-time friends deal with the Military draft coming back into effect and they did it well. If you like the movies where it covers the human emotion. This is the film for you.
(ca) wrote: like some people: pretty but shallow - beautiful mise-en-scene but empty story... sometimes enjoyable though. plus penelope!
(ag) wrote: Charming in it's own way, basically a fantasy because of the idealistic and naive nature of the film (in a way that would severely piss off a lot of people). There are some glaring plotholes, but it would probably be churlish to pick them apart in a film as sweet-natured as Big Eden.
(kr) wrote: Love this movie. One of my favorites..
(br) wrote: 1/2 star is being generous this movie was horrible...One of the worst movies I've ever seen...
(es) wrote: I bought this for $2 at my favorite video store that was closing and was amazed. It was a little disturbing when I realized she was doing a high school student, but hey, it's the 70s. Just fun, all around.
(ag) wrote: Jack the Giant Killer (1962)This is one of those great 1960s movie fantasies that Hollywood did for kids. The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad (1973), and a few others were fun, colorful, movies for the Saturday matinee. They usually featured veteran character actor, Torin Thatcher, who usually played villainous magicians, sorcerers, or warlocks causing havoc to the hero and his damsel in distress. Many times these movies would have cool boats, ships, or other gadgets, and lets not forget the incredible monsters, thanks to the great single-frame animator, Ray Harryhausen.Jack the Giant Killer may have been a movie on a smaller scale budget than these others, and it didn't have quite the Harryhausen mastery of other movies. It was also highly predictable. It is rated "G" after-all. But, it's not a total waste of your time.Jack (Kerwin Mathews) is a handsome young farmer, whose late father fought for the king. Think of the Mickey Mouse's Jack the Giant Slayer and not the Jack and the Beanstalk variety. Pendragon (Thatcher) is a warlock who was banished from Cornwall to an island but has designs of revenge and to be the next reigning king.The present king's beautiful daughter, Princess Elaine (Judi Meredith) has just been given her tiara and Pendragon, in disguise, has shown up at her coming-out party with a strange gift; a little man who comes out of his box and dances for the princess. That night the little man grows into a giant who kidnaps Princess Elaine. Jack comes to the rescue.
(mx) wrote: Widmark was great. Peters was great. Ritter's homicide scene is spectacular. Some unintended comedy takes away some of the grittiness this noir should have been, but the plot is controversial within the film which keeps audiences from looking away. Side note: the love story is a little UNbelievable.