My Piece of the Pie
France, a factory worker, lives with her three daughters in Dunkirk. The factory where she worked has been closed, leaving France and all of her workmates without a job. She decides to go to Paris to look for work. There she finds a cleaning job at the home of a rich man, Steve, whose world is radically different from her own. As their paths keep crossing, she discovers that her employer played a part in closing the factory in Dunkirk...
- Stars:Karin Viard, Gilles Lellouche, Audrey Lamy, Jean-Pierre Martins, Raphaële Godin, Fred Ulysse, Kevin Bishop, Marine Vacth, Flavie Bataillie, Tim Pigott-Smith, Philippe Lefebvre, Lunis Sakji, Juliette Navis, Camille Zouaoui, Adrienne Vereecke,
- Director:Cédric Klapisch,
- Writer:Cédric Klapisch (scenario)
After losing her job at a local factory, a single mother enrolls in a housekeeper training program, soon landing work cleaning the Paris apartment of handsome but cocky power broker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Piece of the Pie torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Loved it, all around great family movie. This one you don't want to miss. Good lessen on love, undrestanding and forgiveness :-)
(ag) wrote: FSaw this one night on SyFy. I hated every minute of it, but for some odd reason, I kept watching. The effects were terrible and the acting was just as good as the effects were (;
(kr) wrote: Laid to Rest serves to deliver an authentic slasher experience, with creative kills centering on a well maintained theme of knife play. I found myself coming to root for Chromeskull almost as much as our protagonists as he cleaved his way into my heart as an iconic and unique slasher villain.
(kr) wrote: Great fun film. Really funny. Seth Rogen as Paul was amazing!
(it) wrote: I just watched this movie and I loved it.
(ca) wrote: Everybody do the twist!
(it) wrote: I love this movie flat out plus this is how I meet Norman reedus
(mx) wrote: A classic turned upside down! One of my favourite Troma movies! Hilarious in every way! A must see for Troma fans and exploitation film buffs.
(gb) wrote: This made for TV sequel to 1967's The Dirty Dozen is basically a rehash of the first one. It also spawned another 2 sequels in the same vain.Stars Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine.
(es) wrote: Classic from my childhood, and still is one of my favorites. All the characters rock, and the craziness ties in well!
(fr) wrote: Ah, Victorian picnics. Restraint, cakes, tea, and mysterious disunion.
(us) wrote: I wonder what would've happened to Justin Bieber if he was wondering the streets during this race?
(au) wrote: There's an election around the corner and party conventions begin this week, so here's a memorable film that looks at events surrounding one of them from a different era. An artistic, free-wheeling capture of distinctly late 60's cultural and political values and tensions. Quite a trip of a film which vividly touches on racial and political tensions as they play out before and during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. The angry protests, speeches and music alongside racial and police brutality themes sort of ring familiar this year too. The more things change, the more they sound the same.
(de) wrote: This is an extremely stupid movie.
(jp) wrote: Powerful mid-Century drama, starring a full boat of A-listers, delivering a plotline dwelling on what's gone wrong with American industry.Mr. Bullard, president of Tredway Furniture, drops dead on Wall Street, leaving no groomed heir apparent in place. In 24 hours, the Board meets to appoint one - and the five key men (manufacturing, finance, sales, research & development and accounting) start jockeying for position. Bean-counter Fredrick March holds a night-school degree and a myopic, numbers-driven view of the company. He takes the lead out of the gate by hitting below the belt with every punch. He had already talked Prez Bullard into building junk, instead of quality furniture, just to save a dime on paper - and he has also been gunning to take back monies spent on R&D toward future product as well.The R&D manager (William Holden) holds a quite different vision for the growth of the company, one based on product quality and product innovation. Will he play for the corner pocket office, and if he does, can he take it?There's a solid five-star cast for its day - March, Holden, June Allyson, Barbara Stanwyck, Walter Pidgeon and Shelley Winters. And there's a script almost totally driven by intelligent dialogue regarding how a company ought best be run. One factory worker cuts to the chase, shaking a flimsy occasional table and asking "What happened to Bullard? What will happen to all of US?" The film's payoff is a boardroom battle of wills and rousing words that will persuade any reasonable viewer as to which is the better future for Tredway - and for any corporation. This 1953 film was extraordinarily visionary in well anticipating the rise of finance/accounting driven management - and the decline of quality product and operations - in the central role of Western corporations. First out on DVD in late 2007. Oliver Stone delivers an insightful commentary track. RECOMMENDATION: A must-see for any viewer wishing to better understand the shortcomings of current Western management philosophy. Said another way, watch this, and when you're done, you'll understand a lot more about why the American economy is in the toilet today.
(us) wrote: seriously....what did he think was going to happen? You murdered the parents of a girl you fell in love with.
(us) wrote: Can't see Schwarzy is at his best here.
(us) wrote: Actually it was much better than I thought it would be. It was interesting to see into the lives of some of the competitive gamers. It gave an interesting view into what their life is like. It is fairly heavy on the gaming, so I only recommend it for gamers.
(au) wrote: It was so bad, I kept watching and hoping it would have some redeeming value -- NOT!!! Snoop shoukd be ashamed of himself and so shoukd Mike Epps. This gives black movies a bad name.