Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir

Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir

An interview with film director Roman Polanski conducted during his period of house arrest, discussing his life and work.

This is a story about master film-maker Roman Polanski through his conversation with Andrew Braunsberg. Roman Polanski also speaks about his life events from the beginning of his career, including story about his business partner, his friend and his life philosophy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir torrent reviews

Dana M (mx) wrote: Despite Patricia Clarkson's always good acting, this movie was a flop. The characters were hollow, their bitterness had no humor and their vulnerability stirred no emotions. A great premise of a movie but poorly executed.

Julien G (mx) wrote: Ah putain on peut pas aller dans les moins et on est oblig de mettre une moiti d'toile...C'est pas juste...

Ante P (jp) wrote: The animation is maybe simple, but this movie's power cannot be denied. Shocking and tragic, this is one animated movie that is destined to be a cult classic.

Brandon W (au) wrote: I only heard of Rat Race because Doug Walker put this in his top eleven favorite comedies, so I was a bit curious about it, even though it has mixed reviews which after watching it, I still like it fine, but I can see why people either hated or loved this film. The beginning has some chuckle moments, but sometimes it really felt forced and is more of a groan. The plot points come fast and doesn't give enough time to develop more of it. The way it introduces the characters is fine for the most part, and they were fine. When it gets to the middle, that's when the movie starts to get really fun. Jon Lovitz's segment is really good, and I am surprise that it didn't go too offensive with the way it was going, especially when one of the jokes involves sort of Hitler. Rowan Atkinson's segment is good with some good jokes, but I did know where it was going with it. Cuba Gooding Jr.'s part is really funny when there's people that either want him dead, or just be annoying towards him. Whoopi Goldberg and Lanei Chapman's scenes are a little crazy and can get a few laughs out of it, but I do wish there was more mother and daughter chemistry between them which can lead to more jokes that would be funny. Breckin Meyer's segment would've actually failed if it wasn't for a insane, but hilarious, performance by Amy Smart who is just a delight in this every time the movie comes back to her. The best and craziest one out of all of them, is Seth Green and Vince Vieluf's part that they do some stuff that always go backfire and always end up in dangerous situations that are just hilarious, while still giving enough brotherly chemistry between them two. The ending has some fine jokes like the beginning, but like the beginning, it has some groan moments that felt too sudden that isn't clever, and is more lazy. It felt too convenient, which I know what they are trying to do, but it was too forced that just felt like they did that so they can put in an ending. With that said, Rat Race is a decent film that was a bit frustrating for me, but I'm kind of glad I watched it just because of how insane the race is which lead to many comedic moments.

Adam A (ca) wrote: not quite young eistein

Stephen T (fr) wrote: A sad film that will be banned in the U.S. Stuff like this happens despite the shrill cries of the religious right.

Deadly V (gb) wrote: A Modern day H.K. actioner that doesn't fail to entertain!

Jason T (fr) wrote: Paper towns is a decent coming of age story but it's not the best one out there or even the best of the year. Performances are OK but it tends to be overly sweet and for familiar. Some of the supporting actors can get a little bit over-the-top and annoying. It's an OK if forgettable coming of age story.

Lesley M (fr) wrote: An excellent sci-fi movie. Not an excellent Star Trek movie. Sadly, as much as I adore Cumberbatch, he was woefully mis-cast as Khan.

Cole W (jp) wrote: It improves with better action scenes and visual effects (and less Jar Jar Binks), though it still suffers from clumsy pacing, some lazy acting, and a forced romance.