Map of the Sounds of Tokyo

Map of the Sounds of Tokyo

Ryu is a solitary girl whose fragile appearance is in stark contrast with the double life she leads, working nights at a Tokyo fishmarket and sporadically taking on jobs as a hit-woman.Mr Nagara is a powerful impresario mourning the loss of his daughter Midori, who has committed suicide. He blames David, a Spaniard who runs a wine business in Tokyo.Mr Nagara's employee, Ishida, was silently in love with Midori and hires Ryu to murder David.A sound engineer, obsessed with the sounds of the Japanese city and fascinated with Ryu, witnesses this love story which searches the shadows of the human soul, reaching deep into places where only silence has the power of eloquence.

A dramatic thriller that centers on a fish-market employee who doubles as a contract killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Map of the Sounds of Tokyo torrent reviews

Brad S (gb) wrote: I really liked this film and was surprised as I hadn't heard of it before. It is directed by and stars John Krasinski with a stellar supporting cast including Margo Martindale, Richard Jenkins, Charlie Day, and Sharlto Copley and Anna Kendrick. It is a small story about a mother who discovers she has a brain tumour and the dysfunctional family gathers to support her. I feel the film really nails a lot of the smaller moments, little looks speak volumes at times in place of speeches. The film is both funny, and dramatic at times. The critics didn't rate it very high, and I expect they called it predictable and cloying, which isn't necessarily untrue, but a skilled cast makes it compelling and worth watching in my opinion. Seek it out.

Amanda H (kr) wrote: I'm really not sure how anyone managed to talk Robert Englund into this. While the story itself isn't actually too bad, the terrible effects and even worse production make the whole movie laughable. Joey Fatone is solid in his role, and Robert Englund is more or less creepy, but besides that, this is a waste of time.

Jacob M (ca) wrote: It's strange how often I seem to forget how enjoyable a good documentary can be, and how captivating a great one can be.

Brett H (ca) wrote: This is as serious you'll probably see Will Ferrell in a movie and he does that very well.

Dustin K (br) wrote: Not as good as the first. I think this film marks the beginning of Steve Martin's apathy, and his moviemaking just to get some cash to expand his art collection.

Deron L (ag) wrote: Filmed in the same location as my boot camp, Fort Jackson, DC.

James H (ru) wrote: Surprisingly bland and boring thriller, especially coming from John Frankenheimer. Usually his direction is taut and precise, but he wanders aimlessly in this one. Andrew mc Carthy is all wrong in the lead role, and he just about sleepwalks through the role. Sharon Stone however, is good.

Natalie M (nl) wrote: Al Reinert has created a stunning documentary, uncovering amazing footage from the Apollo flights that hadn't been seen by the public before. His approach of focusing on the astronauts and what it was like to go to the moon and of combining all the Apollo missions into one spectacular journey is brilliant.

Gary O (fr) wrote: saw this film when i was little and thought it was in same league as rambo or commando,then saw it as a teenager and realised that this is the funniest film ever made, i am now 30 and it still is!

Anthony M (it) wrote: One of the most absurd movies I've ever seen. However because of that, it's very entertaining. On a sidenote, let me describe the sound editing. Say you make about 100 cuts to the film on a non-linear program. Afterwords, you publish without watching it once. Pretty much what it sounds like. The audio is all over the place.

Tony B (ca) wrote: Well done but pretty standard music documentary.

Mason B (es) wrote: this movie really scared me when i first saw it. but this was indeed a good horror movie. i watch it every halloween. By the way, this is NOT a werewolf movie!! this is just one of those "when animals attack" kind of movies