In Charenton Asylum, the Marquis de Sade directs a play about Jean Paul Marat's death, using the patients as actors. Based 'The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade', a 1963 play by Peter Weiss.
- Stars:Patrick Magee, Ian Richardson, Michael Williams, Clifford Rose, Glenda Jackson, Freddie Jones, Hugh Sullivan, John Hussey, William Morgan Sheppard, Jonathan Burn, Jeanette Landis, Robert Langdon Lloyd, John Steiner, James Mellor, Henry Woolf,
- Director:Peter Brook,
- Writer:Peter Weiss (play), Geoffrey Skelton (English translation by), Adrian Mitchell (verse adaptation), Adrian Mitchell (screen adaptation)
In an insane Asylum, Marquis de Sade directs the Jean Paul Marat's last days through a theather play. The actors are the patients. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marat/Sade torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Bad, Silly and boring.
(nl) wrote: You didn't come here for deep characters or a well constructed film. You want cockneys to fight zombies and you want that to make you laugh - and it does.
(it) wrote: Yes it's cheesy, it doesn't have the greatest plot but I hadn't laughed so hard with a movie in a long time, I thought it was pure genious simple fun
(fr) wrote: En god klattrefilm. Absolutt noe man kan bruke tiden sin p.
(es) wrote: Possibly the best movie I have seen about addiction and the lengths people go to be in denial about their problems. Keaton gives his best performance ever and the supporting cast is excellent as well. Baker plays an addict who is abused emotionally as well and Freeman plays the counselor who has seen it all before. Definitely worth your time.
(nl) wrote: Interesting from a technical standpoint (seeing how one makes a feature-length film on VHS), but otherwise, meh.
(it) wrote: For the most part a standard slasher film for its era, what sets this apart is the bizarre explanation for the murders which is revealed in the final scene.
(ag) wrote: A monsterfuck of an noir. Raw and relentless, this is one of the greatest of noirs, and one of the best films until 55. The story is phenomenal, and the sci-fi twist really tops it.
(de) wrote: A flawless scary campfire yarn bolstered by flawless filmmaking.