Parts Per Billion

Parts Per Billion

The interwoven stories of three couples which are forced to make life altering decisions in the face of a disastrous war. Inspired and sometimes blinded by their love, Len, Mia, Andy, Esther, Anna and Erik are as flawed and beautiful as any of the billions who are facing this human-made biological disaster.

The story of three couples dealing with a reality-shaking event that threatens to tear them apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Parts Per Billion torrent reviews

Ramon S (ag) wrote: Very good movie and alot more emotion then many so called blockbusters. Not a classic but has some moments similar to the Notebook in it's delivery. Amazing performance from Betty White that carries the whole movie with ease.

Robert C (es) wrote: Technically and visually a BRILLIANT little film. If you know anything about the amount of work that goes into stop motion work, you can't help but be impressed. Especially with all of the little details. The story is interesting and bizarre in a creepy/cool sort of way, but it feels a bit self-indulgent at times. A very impressive piece of art if nothing else.

Johnny T (nl) wrote: cant find this movie does anyone know where to buy

Alison O (de) wrote: Another in a long line of wryly rewarding Australian comedies, the black humour is spread as thick as vegemite on a bushman's 'stick bread' throughout this atmospheric gem.

Tasos L (nl) wrote: It could be better but...good enough to kill your time...!

Abram H (fr) wrote: looks absolutely kookey

Ilja S (au) wrote: Caddyshack is to funny throughout, and has its downers, but the funny parts really do works well, and the cast just shines, making it a unforgettable classic of slapstick comedy.

J Luis R (mx) wrote: While Bela Lugosi is still at his best, the rest of the movie is quite poor, although the script has some originality going for it. Not really a bad movie, just slightly average.

John Y (ru) wrote: A great, fun old western, which is everything that I love about this old genre.

Ryan B (us) wrote: A celebration of genius rather than an obsession with addiction, this doc on Janis Joplin stands apart from the recent film on fellow 27 Club member Amy Winehouse by emphasizing the musicians' pioneering talent and force within the music industry. What a gift she was to the world and this film is a remarkable reminder at how rare her talent was.