Portrait of a Man

Portrait of a Man

A rough but beautiful documentary film about the crisis of a man in his forties and his desire for a better life; its a story of parenthood, alcohol, Finnish man and his desire for love. It is also an unusually intimate depiction of the relationship between the father and his son. Despite the seriousness of the topic the film includes black humor and situational comedy

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Portrait of a Man torrent reviews

Anthony T (au) wrote: American Pie needs to start making the movies funny again. Any movie can show nudity... but it takes a good one to make people laugh. This entire movie had 3 or 4 funny things but the rest was just stuff I have seen plenty of times before.

Devin C (gb) wrote: We rented it last night. The description in the DVD case made it sound like a suspense story, but it wasn't. While I do get the biblical references (Eli Cottonmouth is the snake in the garden of eden, the model is the apple, and it shows them that the town is full of sinners) it wasn't what we were expecting.

James B (br) wrote: The most important movie that has been made in years. Inspirational, educational, powerful. Too incredible for words.

Abel D (ru) wrote: While it may not be as nail biting or tense as past Lumet legal dramas, Night Fallsis a more intimate piece dealing with a good man forced to make morally questionable choices. Tight pacing, a sense of heart and very strong leads easily make this film very digestible past its lack of major conflict at times.

Tim R (nl) wrote: Excellent pot boiler, the cast is just insanely good and they all are in top form. A one-armed man comes to the town of Black Rock for mysterious purposes and soon the whole town is turned upside down by a dark secret that it hides, all of this is handled with passion and power.

Alex H (kr) wrote: Another epic gender conscious parable from Mizoguchi. Ugetsu is a knockout as much in cinematography as in storytelling.

Mitchell V (jp) wrote: A movie filled with lies and honest laughs

David B (ru) wrote: So we are supposed to just make up our own ending to the story? That is stupid. If they are going to tell us a story, then they need to also tell us how the story ends.