O Abismo Prateado

O Abismo Prateado

In "The Silver Cliff" Violeta (Alessandra Negrini) is a married dentist in a normal working day. While listening to a message left on the cell she enters in despair. The message of her ...

Violeta, 40 years old, dentist, married, a teenage son, is ready start another ordinary day, between her office and her new apartment in Copacabana. A phone message will take her to a journey in the streets of Rio till sunrise. –Quinzaine des Réalisateurs . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


O Abismo Prateado torrent reviews

Mayank A (ag) wrote: Beautiful Cinematography,Amazing Background Music, Lovely Songs,Intriguing Story. Lootera has them all. Director Vikramaditya has made a great movie based in 1950's. Ranveer Singh does good job and even Sonakshi Singh performs well but still being a character focus movie would have preferred a more accomplished actress. The only real problem with the movie is the extreme slow pace which at times feels like a drag and at time adds to the charming calming cinematography treat.

Johnson C (de) wrote: A fantasy love story of Taiwan.

Angie T (ru) wrote: No way were the women warriors of the Yang clan all THAT hot!!! Lol~

Ellie D (br) wrote: Out of the horrorfest movies I liked this the best.

bloody w (mx) wrote: people somehow find themselfs randomly at the Hewitt house in 1968 and they all die that's the movie its not interesting enjoyable or good

Frdric B (es) wrote: Le film allie le paradoxe d'une excellente reconstitution (sans doute la meilleure de ce qui a t fait sur St Hlne) et d'un scnario plus "tirer par les cheveux". Acteurs excellents et ralisation sans fautes.

Mallory A (ag) wrote: The script doesn't do a great job of translating the tragedy into a believable modern conflict, which could be due to its understated manner - but it hits enough right notes to be somewhat watchable.

Eliabeth M (br) wrote: I'm so glad that I finally saw this movie! I would love to see and/or be in the play someday. I was in the final scene from the play for a directing class, and I've wanted to see this ever since. Such a charming story. And I must say...Peter Riegert was fantastic in this. Kind of a Jewish Charles Shaunessy...but more down home than his stuffy (though, I will admit, attractive) Mr. Sheffield on "The Nanny". Their chemistry was fabulous. And it was so refreshing to see the leading male be melt-worthy without being the young, GQ cover model too many leading men are. Yep. Definitely a chick flick guilty pleasure!

Nathan R (de) wrote: Real, gritty and well-captured picture of the Vietnam War in all its entirety. Any war movies relies heavily on the sincerity of its soldiers, and in this case the cast is compelling, embodying the humanity and damage that was evident in so many affected by the terrible war.

Brendan O (ru) wrote: Some good action, actually funny comedic touches here and there, a solid performance from the late Isaac Hayes and the rest of the cast. But the hanged cat bit threw me out of it.

Robert G (de) wrote: As an Englishman it is hard to explain the feeling you get watching this movie it makes you swell with pride, when you understand the insurmountable odds that they faced and yet they came through it...

Tim S (nl) wrote: Ernst Lubitsch directed Jack Benny and Carole Lombard to comedy gold in To Be or Not to Be. It was meant as a satirization of both actors in the face of danger and of Adolph Hitler and his Nazi-occupation of Poland from 1939 to 1945. A controversial film for its time, it has since become a comedy classic, even being remade in 1983 by Mel Brooks. To Be or Not to Be is, for me, a very special film. Nowadays, you can satirize pretty much anything and get away with it. It's not uncommon anymore. South Park has been doing it for a very long time, but in 1942, a satirization of Adolph Hitler was almost certain to be taken the wrong way. In the midst of a World War II, mixing tones in a film that was sending up the Third Reich was bound to find some controversy. It's a very smart film, setting up the characters early on and everything having to do with them coming into play later in the film. It's very funny, but it's also quite dark at times, particularly when the Nazis invade Poland in the opening act. I think if critics had been a little more open-minded and kept their politics in their pocket, they might have seen the film for what it was and is: a well-made piece of dramatic comedy. It was also remade in 1982 by Mel Brooks, but to lesser lasting appeal.

Leslie Anne F (au) wrote: Funny and action-filled. Loved every bit of it!