Set in Paris in 1919, biopic centers on the life of late Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani, focusing on his last days as well as his rivalry with Pablo Picasso. Modigliani, a Jew, has fallen in love with Jeanne, a young and beautiful Catholic girl. The couple has an illegitimate child, and Jeanne's bigoted parents send the baby to a faraway convent to be raised by nuns. Modigliani is distraught and

The film tells the story of Amedeo Modigliani's bitter rivalry with Pablo Picasso while Pablo Picasso has already established himself in the art world, and his tragic romance with Jeanne Hebuterne. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Modigliani torrent reviews

Anna C (es) wrote: another movie about growing up in a distressed family: with divorced parents and a hippy-spiritual mother, the fourteen years old boy is the only one in the family with his feet on the ground, but of course he is looking for a father or some adult which could take away from him the responsibility. The cast is quite good but the characters are so different that it hardly becomes a kind of "movie with a message". Anyway it's quite enjoyable.

Joseph F (fr) wrote: Pretty damn good for an independent film. Some of the shots were rather inventive. Decent plot, with a couple of great scenes.

Awilda R (gb) wrote: Amazing Breathtaking performance such a young child. God bless her so that she wasn't affected negatively by the movie. I wish her well.

Andrew F (mx) wrote: Moving because of the characters pain. Captivating yet simple, it's like a woody allen take on 12 Angry Men. Neither of those appear here however.

Samoa G (jp) wrote: Daniel Auteuil and Emmanuelle Beart are possibly the greatest on screen couple we've ever been given. I think they made what could have been something quite dull, into a really thrilling and erotic film.

Rick A (es) wrote: What makes "Tightrope" stand out a bit from other general cop movies is how well the film plays the moral ambiguity of Eastwood's character and with it raises an interesting question: What are the ethics of stopping a criminal when you yourself are guilty of similar crimes?

John F (it) wrote: An interesting movie, with lots of points taken from the works of Steven Spielberg, mixed with the new founded rave for found footage. A bit clich (C), and sometimes oddly childish, but the music and serious moments give it an otherearthly mystical feel that will leave most family friendly viewers satisfied.

Michael S (fr) wrote: More jingoistic bullshit that stretches credibility past its breaking point. Lots of great actors pop-up for fleeting appearances (and a quick paycheck).