Mondo cane

Mondo cane

A documentary consisting of a series of travelogue vignettes providing glimpses into cultural practices throughout the world intended to shock or surprise, including an insect banquet and a memorable look at a practicing South Pacific cargo cult.

A "shockumentary" consisting of a collection of mostly real archive footage displaying mankind at its most depraved and perverse, displaying bizarre rites, cruel behavior and bestial violence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mondo cane torrent reviews

Simi F (es) wrote: Half Of A Yellow Sun got everything else right but failed in its main aim of telling a story. The acting, The Score, The costume etc was good but it felt like a collage of pictures without a single thread to weave the story together.

Justa C (fr) wrote: Good movie with a crazy twist at the end that will leave your mouth wide open!

Ben D (it) wrote: The idea behind this was very good - to tell the story we'd just seen through the TV series from the point of view of its villains. Sadly, the impact of its isn't all that great. In fact, it is distincly underwhelming and doesn't actualy alter our memory of what it is we had already seen.

Tristan P (fr) wrote: Broken City boasts several strong performances and a decent conclusion, but a convoluted plot, no real character development, and poor writing make for a less than satisfying film.

Doneida S (ru) wrote: it was absolutely amazing. . enjoyed every moment of it. . not very predictable. . enough ssurprises to keep u watching

Boogie H (us) wrote: This program was a great subject to document. It was funny, touching, and heartbreaking. A good portion of the film is spent crawling inside the kids psyches. This had its good moments and its bad. It's always funny to hear kids talk about their world views in such an over simplified matter-of-fact way. A group of boys discuss gay marriage over foosball, all against making it illegal. One boy says "It says in the Bible you can get married, but it doesn't say who!" The problem with these segments were that the filmmakers didn't pry to get at the heart of the problems these poverty stricken areas are facing. The principles from one of the schools said they had a 97% poverty rate, and yet we hear a group of girl talking about how guys choose to sell drugs and girls choose to start prostituting because they don't have a mother and a father. With a couple more critical questions posed to the kids this really could have been a truly enlightening and powerful film.

Amy S (au) wrote: I am strangely drawn to this movie...

Kevin D (de) wrote: Three stars is my default rating for ambitious failure. One star is my default rating for Asian romantic comedies with fat-suits. There is no rhyme nor reason to it.

Rachel S (fr) wrote: sounds pretty interesting, and cool. Plus, I love the last name, Gallagher, because it's my love, David's last name.

Jessica H (fr) wrote: this whole film is a fluke in the worse kind of way.

Hermann P (us) wrote: classic, must see again

Sue B (es) wrote: Ah, the 80's. The hair. The clothes. The music.

Daniel E (br) wrote: Felt like 12 years of my life I'll never get back...

Grant B (jp) wrote: Funny and ridiculous.