Фильм снят по мотивам рассказа Юpия Haгибинa "Трое и одна, и еще один".Она была светской львицей. Художники писали ее портреты, а поэты посвящали стихи. Но сейчас Софья Пшебышевская приезжает в Тифлис в кампании господина Эшенбаха, который подчеркнуто сдержан и даже холоден. Их взаимотношения - словно сжатая пружина, готовая лопнуть в любой момент. Вот только когда это случится? Драма столкновения двух миров, где фоном служат события предреволюционной России.
- Stars:Viktoriya Tolstoganova, Daniil Spivakovskiy, Nikolay Fomenko, Vitaliy Egorov, Tatyana Kravchenko, Lyudmila Polyakova, Mark Rudinshtejn, Mariya Leonova, Yervant Arzumanyan, Marina Orlova, Daniil Strakhov,
- Director:Tatyana Voronetskaya,
- Writer:Dmitry Sobolev
Фильм снят по мотивам рассказа Юpия Haгибинa "Трое и одна, и еще один".Она была светской львицей. Художники писали ее портреты, а поэты посвящали стихи. Но сейчас Софья Пшебышевская приезжает в Тифлис в кампании господина Эшенбаха, который подчеркнуто сдержан и даже холоден. Их взаимотношения - словно сжатая пружина, готовая лопнуть в любой момент. Вот только когда это случится? Драма столкновения двух миров, где фоном служат события предреволюционной России. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Naturshchitsa torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: As Roxane Gay notes in her book of essays "Bad Feminist": "Tyler Perry loves to tell a good morality tale." This has hindered me from watching a Tyler Perry production since the 2005 film "Diary of a Mad Black Woman." That film was filled with forced morality, and stifling stereotypes. This film, too, has its moments of morality, especially when it comes to caricaturized men who are made unnecessarily villainous to suit a woman-power narrative. The women have to fight against ex-husbands, addict ex-boyfriends, institutionalized sexism, and poverty. Each of the women in this film learn a lesson, spoon fed to the audience with each guiltily soapy scene. The women's interactions with each other often revolve around complaining about men, their children, and their lack of support. I'm not even sure that this film can pass the Bechdel Test, or if it does than it's by a narrow margin. While it's nice to see a film helmed by women, I just wish their characters are explored beyond their families. While Jan (McLendon-Covey) has a major plot with her job, it's quickly abandoned, because she is portrayed as a harried career woman who is completely closed off and man hating. It's much better than past Tyler Perry films, but not by much.
(ru) wrote: It is all Samantha Morton who pull it off. A so-1990s TV-movie scale production.
(fr) wrote: I figured this would be a cheesy monster movie, but it actually had a plot the acting was decent especially James Van Der Beek, and it even showed the division among the locals. For a Canadian made movie without the big budget, it was pretty good.
(ca) wrote: Adorible family film.
(de) wrote: I didnt like this. I thought it would be funnier, I did like how he tried to put a serious spin on his addiction though.
(nl) wrote: Billy (Ed Harris) leads a traveling troupe that jousts on motorcycles. "King William", as he styles himself, tries to lead the troupe according to his Arthurian ideals. However, the constant pressure of balancing those ideals against the modern day realities and financial pressures of running the organization are beginning to strain the group. Billy is also plagued by a recurring dream of a black bird. Tensions are exacerbated by Billy's constantly pushing himself despite being injured and the arrival of a promoter named Bontempi (Martin Ferrero), who wants to represent the troupe. After Billy spends a night in jail watching a member of his troupe beaten because Billy has refused a payoff to a corrupt local cop, Billy returns to the fairground where the troupe is next to perform and is shocked that some members want to join with the promoter. His sense of betrayal is heightened when his queen, Linet (Amy Ingersoll), admits that her feelings for him may not be the reason she remains with the troupe. Things come to a head after Morgan (Tom Savini), leader of the dissident faction who believes he should be king, wins the day's tournament and a melee breaks out between the troupe and rowdy members of the crowd. Billy needs to find a way to keep the troupe together and still keep himself in the position as the proclaimed King... George A. Romero, mostly known for his horror movies has created a very unique exploitation bikerfilm with the roots in medieval times based on a modern day King Arthur. I honestly wasnt sure what to think of it the first hour, but somehow it gained on me and Romero has really given the characters proper development and all the side stories enriches the main plotline even if it feels a bit silly at times. Theres drama, action, relationship issues and love. But, the film is well over 2 hours and with better editing and a less running time I reckon it wouldve been a bit better. It feels stretched out for no specific reason and that just falls back on the film in the end. And yes, the film has maybe not the best acting, but Ed Harris shows already here his great acting talent he has refined over the years. "Knightriders" is a film that stands out due to its story and plot, but it has its fair share of issues to be fully satisfying.
(it) wrote: a classic! funny! like the new bluray too :) (of course, not the first time I've watched this!)
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