Rome, Open City
Open City is a landmark in film history. Filmed in secrecy during the Nazi occupation of Italy, the film shows a realistic portrayal of the underground resistance in Italy in 1945. The film has strong impacting imagery with it’s mix of fiction and reality that strengthened Italian Neo-realism and the film industry.
- Stars:Aldo Fabrizi, Anna Magnani, Marcello Pagliero, Vito Annichiarico, Nando Bruno, Harry Feist, Giovanna Galletti, Francesco Grandjacquet, Eduardo Passarelli, Maria Michi, Carla Rovere, Carlo Sindici, Joop van Hulzen, Ákos Tolnay,
- Director:Roberto Rossellini,
The location: Nazi occupied Rome. As Rome is classified an open city, most Romans can wander the streets without fear of the city being bombed or them being killed in the process. But life ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rome, Open City torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Powerful and beautifully photographed story of a journey
(jp) wrote: This film is better than all the Milla Jovovich's movies.
(de) wrote: this is a really good movie
(de) wrote: It was on Film Four......don't judge me!
(it) wrote: Very good, very engaging and very interesting but not as good as 'The Queen'. This film is much drier but it is certainly well done and entertaining.
(mx) wrote: I tried to watch this trash 3 times, and each time I fell asleep.
(jp) wrote: Despite the usual contradictions of romantic comedies and the lack of comedic inspirations of To, Love on a Diet is nevertheless one of his best comedy.
(kr) wrote: Keira Knightley stars in this made-for-TV Disney adventure that puts a spin on an often-told story. The film picks up years after the "known" events of the Robin Hood legend, centering on Robin's daughter, Gwyn, played by Knightley. As Maid Marian has died and Robin Hood (Stuart Wilson) is perpetually away battling in the Crusades, Gwyn has lived much of her life alone. She has grown up to be a strong-willed young woman with a talent for archery, much like her father. Her only friend is the sweet but plain Froderick (Del Synnott), who clearly is in love with her. Upon the death of Richard the Lionheart, Robin returns to see that the proper man takes Richard's place as king of England. However, Robin is quickly foiled and imprisoned by his enemies, the Sheriff of Nottingham (Malcolm McDowell) and Prince John (Jonathan Hyde). It is then up to Gwyn to save the day. She must complete Robin's mission to find and protect the young Prince Philip (Stephen Moyer), who has just returned from exile in France to claim the throne - not an easy task since he has decided to forsake his true identity and is traveling anonymously under his valet's name (who died en-route protecting his prince). Though she does fortuitously cross paths with the prince, she is not aware of his identity for much of the film. With a romantic spark budding between them, they must find the Merry Men and join forces to free her father from the tortures of the Tower of London before the evil Prince John ascends to the throne and brings England to ruin. After freeing her father, Gwyn along with her father and Prince Philip stop the coronation of Prince John. In the end when Philip is about to be crowned as king, Gwyn with a heavy heart tells him that she can only serve and work for him and they cannot be together. Gwyn joins her father and works alongside him.
(es) wrote: loved this movie, want this on DVD, I thought Frankie Muniz was great and the dog who played Skip was ace and I want it on DVD, Luke Wilson, Kevin Bacon starred in it and Enzo the Dog played Skip and Moose the Dog played Skip Older
(fr) wrote: While poets and artists go slowly insane.
(us) wrote: Entertaining. Not very profound: covers ground that has been covered before, and is a tad idealistic. Still, good story, with good performances.Features Robert Downey Jr and Kiefer Sutherland in their early careers and Winona Ryder in only her 4th movie (previous was Beetlejuice, next was Heathers...). Great supporting cast: Bruce Dern, Joanna Cassidy, Mariette Hartley.Excellent soundtrack.
(es) wrote: Just looks very heartfelt to me.
(fr) wrote: Very unexpected plot turn!! Loved it
(us) wrote: Truly a fantastic movie, from beginning to end. Will Smith has never been better.
(jp) wrote: Very well made. A bit difficult to follow at times.