On His Own

On His Own

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1939
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on book,   sequel,  

My Apprenticeship (V lyudyakh) was the second entry in Russian director Mark Donskoy's "Maxim Gorki" trilogy. Picking up where 1938's My Childhood left off, the story covers the years in Gorki's life when the future writer (Alexei Lyarsky) was on his own, looking for a purpose and place in life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


On His Own torrent reviews

Nikola L (us) wrote: Touching, and the photo is outstanding.

nulur h (jp) wrote: this movie talked about father, son, and what they believe

Sourav B (jp) wrote: 3 + 0.5 stars for Clint !!

Kellee 3 (gb) wrote: This Movie was exceptional and very sexy.Two childhood friends both taking different paths but can't out run their karmic destiny. @>----

Matt G (it) wrote: Hilarious, and often overlooked after Guest's next two films

Siavash (gb) wrote: good enough, but I expected much much more from the director of Underground. anyway, this guy is a genius. he knows what he is doing and he does it good!

Cooper H (de) wrote: Kong and Ann's chemistry helps salvage parts of the film, but it's three different films with a wasted first hour. Jack Black's and unlikeable lead for good reason, but hurts the film when he's involved. Overly boring, but CGI holds up for the most part.

Nick G (es) wrote: The film was basically a vehicle for Mae West one liners, which wasn't entirely a bad thing, but at some point you need to have a plot. And this film had a severely weak one. All style and no substance.

Ahmed J (us) wrote: At first I was like what a load of boring shit then at minute 25 I was like it should have ended there what an idiot then I had water in my eyes at the end.