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Naked Childhood

Naked Childhood

Handed over to foster care by his mother—who's unwilling to give up permanent custody—the now-adolescent François understands that nothing in life is permanent, and his increasingly erratic actions reflect this knowledge. Shining a light on both the destructive behavior borne of abandonment and the complicated nature of foster care relationships, this 1968 film marked the directorial debut of Maurice Pialat.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   prank,   old man,  

A 10-year-old boy feels unwanted when his mother places him in a home for wayward children. He goes to a foster home where a family of workers finds him to be too much for them. When the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nilesh J (es) wrote: Too much like the movies of the 80s - not just in the way "friends" live for each other but also in the elementary misunderstandings that cannot be cleared through a five minute chat, promises that cannot be broken asked and made without any real life logic, in the way the two heroes instantaneously fall for the same girl, the overall naivety of the plot etc.

JY S (mx) wrote: Legends arise in Kunihiko Yuyama's Pokemon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life.Set in the Pokemon universe, this film's 90 minute plot is quite loaded. There are numerous explanations with regards to the legendary Pokemon subplots and having a number of them duke it out for a good portion of the picture is a crowd-pleaser. Despite all that, one of the more intriguing pieces to the story, along with the Pichu segments, is the involvement of time travel. While there are some parts of the outcome that are questionable, they are easily forgivable. Hey, this is Pokemon.The combination of animation and CGI isn't necessarily the cream of the crop; however, using them both together hardly hurts this film in anyway.Aside from the voice of Arceus, which sounds a little weak and un-masculine, the rest of the cast is as expected. The human characters have matching voices, while the Pokemon sounds are just as adorable as they are.Like many other things, Pokemon is not for everyone. As for Pokemon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life, it is a recommendable Pokemon adventure.

Greg W (it) wrote: good & moving bio-doc

Cody H (br) wrote: I enjoyed this movie. It was way over the top, but also very adrenaline pumping and also very satisfying. Grade: B-

Bob W (ru) wrote: Macho 70's time-waster. Southern stereotypes abound.

Tio B (fr) wrote: The appeal of many a Keir Dullea film is watching him go in the blink of an eye from zero to sixty on the Crazy Meter. Here, he keeps his composure until someone touches him, which turns him into a raving lunatic. That's what I call a Dullea'd response!

Samantha G (nl) wrote: An interesting little slice of action and political intrigue. It's like you're jumping right into a story that has already been going before. The odd ball samurai is the stand out performance. He thinks outside the box and keeps the nine other samurai out of trouble and help to rescue the kidnapped politician. It has intrigue and action. It's great fun.

Adam K (jp) wrote: There are films in the vault that entertained me in my youth and to this day, remain guilty pleasures fueled by alcohol consumption and stupid laughter in my adulthood. This is one of those films. If it were released today at my current age, I would simply look over it. But in 1992, this worked. Its the one film that worked for Pauly Shore before he used this persona in every film he ever did so forth. Fraser is perfectly cast as the hip caveman and if you don't blink, you'll find two appearances from a pre-fame Rose McGowan. For those who grew up in the 90s, this has its pleasures. Anyone else will most likely find it to be a waste. The convience store scene remains a classic.

Muhammed S (es) wrote: It should be remade, low budget, bad acting and strange connections made this movie a disaster, the only good thing about this movie was Robert Englund, but that's no reason to watch, maybe if your a fan of his. The story and theme is good and should be remade with a better budget!

Tuomo T (nl) wrote: Ihan ok kasarimenoa.

Christian C (es) wrote: Pelicula pa' intensa...lo curioso es que en el fondo la historia es un drama mas, nada nuevo, pero quedas tan metido en ella que bajas la guardia y al final quedas llorando. Por lo menos eso fue lo que me paso a mi al verla.

Brandon W (ru) wrote: I am a recent fan of Prince. I heard the song Purple Rain for the first time after Prince's passing in early 2016. I fell in love with the song. I bought the vinyl record and have loved it ever since. After Bruno Mars's great Prince tribute at the Grammys this year, I decided to give Prince's Purple Rain film a shot. Not going to lie, I was pretty disappointed. When Prince is on stage performing, it's great and watching the Purple Rain performance was magical. Such a great song. However, this isn't simply watching Prince in concert, there is a story here. Unfortunately, the story is fairly basic and kind of boring. I've definitely seen the "struggling artist from an abusive home" storyline before with the artist becoming his own worst enemy and all the typical things that come with a story like this. I have no problem with simple stories if they are told well, but it's hard to enjoy this story when it is bogged down by terrible acting. Prince himself is actually not that bad, but all his supporting cast cannot give a convincing performance to save their lives. His manager is so bad it's hilarious so I'll give him a pass, but his girlfriend, his father, bandmates, forget about it. They do nothing to save this movie which for the most part, is just pretty boring. Sidenote, I love 80's music, but this movie really shows off the crazy side of the decade. Overall, I cannot recommend this movie unless you are the biggest Prince fan in the world. Even still, I'd say just stick with music videos.