Red Desert

Red Desert

Amid the modern wastelands and toxic factories of Italy, wife and mother Giuliana (Monica Vitti) desperately tries to conceal her tenuous grip on reality from those around her, especially her successful yet neglectful husband, Ugo (Carlo Chionetti). Ugo's old pal, Corrado (Richard Harris), shows up in town on a business trip and is more sensitive to Giuliana's anxieties. They begin an affair, but it does little to quell Giuliana's existential fears, and her mental state rapidly deteriorates.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:117 minutes
  • Release:1964
  • Language:Italian,Turkish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:italy,   beach,   ship,  

Cold, rain, and fog surround a plant in Ravenna. Factory waste pollutes local lakes; hulking anonymous ships pass or dock and raise quarantine flags. Guiliana, a housewife married to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Red Desert torrent reviews

Kate A (ca) wrote: Pretty damn boring - it's not a good sign when your main thought during a movie is when did hottie Dave Annable start going grey?

Melissa F (fr) wrote: Why can't Disney Studio's think of this? This is cute, and i love the wolf! Almost reminds me of 'Bell of Chrin' xD

Paul A (kr) wrote: it's an ok movie, but a stupid ending

TJ (nl) wrote: Damn I know I'm gonna get some shit for this post but this is actually a very decent chickflick/bmovie/romcom. :) RIP Bernie Mac:D

Ayesha U (it) wrote: You certainly need patience to sit through the movie and if you do you'd realize what a wonderful movie that was about the love and friendship of three people.

Faris A (br) wrote: It's as if Annie Hall wasn't good enough, so the remade it miserably.

Laurence M (ru) wrote: trop fucked up hahaha

Matthew C (nl) wrote: An engrossing crime drama (which may possibly be a spinoff of the Fast & Furious franchise) centering around Asian youth.

Shelby W (it) wrote: once you watch never watch it again cause you know what happens

Stella D (mx) wrote: a fun caper flick featuring an odd couple on the run from a host of colorful characters. it's very stylish, with a light tone that becomes much darker, reminiscent of a tarantino film. tadanobu asano is dead cool as ever

Paul M (au) wrote: I think this must have originally been a play because it has that sort of writer's style of being very dialogue driven. At times it drags a bit but does try and inject a bit of flair which elevates it above the average relationship on/off drama.

David H (nl) wrote: A good Actionthriller with Mickey Rourke

Gordon T (nl) wrote: (The first one got censored or something) . . . so I re-cut my review. (I thought "we" were all George Carlin Fans and were OPPOSED to censorship no matter how wacky the things you say are) Gay People named THE TEMPLARS totally try to take-over what?s left of the world after The Nuclear Holocaust . . .the ?Gay People-TEMPLERS? even GAY-RAPE the superhero named SCORPIAN (played by the UNFORGETTABLE ?Timothy Brent? a pseudonym for Giancarlo Prete): Straight-up ONE the leader of THE TEMPLERS orders two of his stooges pull-down Timothy Brent, One pulls down Scorpion?s pants and rapes Scorpion before Fred Williamson as Nadir disrupts the entire Gay-Rape-Party with Exploding Arrow Tips. The actual ?Rape-Moment? of the ?Gay-Rape-Scene? is shot from s Great Distance and it looks like George Eastman (a pseudonym for Luigi Montefoire . . . (I couldn?t believe it! Never before in a Science-Fiction Movie has a hero been Literary ?beamed-up-the-ass? by the bad-guy. When I used to watch WARRIORS OF THE WASTELAND on Sunday Afternoons on television, this ?Gay-Rape-Scene? was always cut to the point where we weren?t sure what exactly was going on. Later on Thorne/EMI Vhs, Warriors of the Wasteland was cropped from 2:35.1 to 1:33.1 so it was impossible to tell what was going-on. BUT the WIDESCREEN (2:35.1 aspect ratio) DVD revealed IT ALL and I had to ?Quick-Hurry-Up? to speed through the scene for my family.) Well, in the dictionary ?faggots? are small wooden branches. And ?gay? means happy. . . .In THE ROAD WARRIOR (aka MAD MAX 2), Wez, Humongous, and The Rest of the Bunch were faggots also . . . in THE ROAD WARRIOR Max Rockatansky?s Little Buddy: The Feral Kid kills Wez?s Gay-Lover (a blonde-haired guy who looks like a woman) with his silver-boomerang and Wez ?GOES NUTS? and really, really, REALLY wants to kill Mad Max. ---any ?educated? FUCKHEAD reading this probably has NO CLUE who Wez (Vernon Wells) or The Feral Kid (Emil Ginty) are in THE ROAD WARRIOR and that?s a FUCKIN? SHAME because how the FUCK can you call yourself ?educated? and/or knowledgeable about movies if you don?t who Wez, Humgous, and The Feral Kid are in THE ROAD WARRIOR . Regardless of the above, WARRIORS OF THE WASTELAND also known as (aka) THE NEW BARBARIANS and directed by ENZO CASTERALLI is a CLASSIC of the POST-NUKE subgenre of the early 1980s. The music by CLAUDIO SIMONETTI of THE GOBLINS is AWESOME!!!!!!! (I thank God that in the mid-1990s BEAT RECORDS and CINEVOX RECORDS released many of the soundtracks to the ITALIAN western, horror, and POST-NUKE movies).

Steve D (fr) wrote: Overrated but it is genuinely funny and de nirois wonderful

Dylan D (ag) wrote: National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets and its predecessor rank as two of the better action/adventure films in recent memory. The sequel builds off the first film but tells a story all its own, the characters becoming more real and easy to cheer for as each minute of the movie passes by. As great as the actors are, as wonderful as Jon Turtletaub's direction is, and as classy and important as the locations are, the real stars of the National Treasure films are its co-writers, Marianne and Cormac Wibberley. Their incorporation of history into the scripts and the sheer brilliance of their secrets and clues (even if they are resolved a bit too easily) is definitely what makes these movies so successful.