Ann is trapped in a sexually and emotionally unfulfilled relationship with her husband who is sleeping with her sister. The arrival of a visitor with a rather unusual fetish then changes everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alejandro O (br) wrote: Superb! I found this very entertaining as I am a boxing fan. This is a balanced and humbling documentary! You couldn't help but cheer them on! It was hard to tell them apart but after some time I got it right. Lots of interesting information, and one of my favorite parts was when they encountered Don King. These guys are really humble.
rato d (de) wrote: Fantstico! Um dos melhores filmes que retratam a homossexualidade infantil. a beleza na misria. Trgico , potico , lrico e mesmo assim transborda esperana.
Jesse K (kr) wrote: 3.5/5 Ginger Snaps has plenty to enjoy, including some wonderful performances from the two leads and some gleefully dark humour. However, the film tends to drag towards the climax.
Scott M (gb) wrote: Eastwood vs. Malkovich psycological thriller. so good
Allan C (nl) wrote: For me, this is the high point of Abel Ferrara's career, telling the story of Frank White, just released from prison and who sets out on a vicious takeover of the underworld in an attempt to rebuild his empire. The film's cast is amazing to watching now, none of whom were famous at the time. Most of the actors were familiar faces and respected actors, but none of them had really broken though as major stars. Christopher Walken plays White, David Caruso and Wesley Snipes play the cops trying to take him down, Laurence Fishburne (still billed as Larry Fishburne at the time) as white right hand man who absolutely steals every scene he appears in, which is no small feat considering that action talent he's on screen with. You also get Victor Argo, Giancarlo Esposito, Paul Calderon, Steve Buscemi and Vanessa Angel in supporting roles. Ferrara tells Franks fast rise to power in an austere and mannered way which may have been deliberate or may have been a result of budget limitations, but either way it absolutely works. In his varied filmography that stared with porn, moving to sexploitation to grindhouse exploitation, this film seemed to signal his first successful transition from being a genre filmmaker to someone more artistic. His previous two films attempted to make this bridge, but weren't quite as successful, and I've always felt his post-"King of New York" films went too art house for me and consequentially suffered. Written by Ferrara's frequent collaborator, Nicholas St. John, who was right there with him back in their porn days, it's a tight little script that's masterfully executed. I remember when this film first came out I'd rematch the shootout set to Schoolly D's "Am I Black Enough For You?" That scene typified what was great about this film. It delivered an amazing action sequence, but layered it with subtext that made it much richer than a straightforward genre shootout. This film was notorious for audience walkouts during it's early film festival showings, so it's certainly not a film for all tastes, but if you're a fan of both the arthouse and the grind house, then you definitely should check this film out. And there is just no beating Laurence Fishburne with two going going all Chow Yun Fat on dirty cops. Fishburne also has (SPOILER ALERT) one of my all-time favorite death scenes where even as he lies shot and bleeding he manages to get under the skin of dirty cop, David Caruso, one last time.And Victor Argo gets one of his larger roles, which is great because he is a painfully underused actor.
Richard B (jp) wrote: The first colour Carry On, but not a very funny one. Sid is magnificent but Lance Percival is almost unwatchable.
Paul D (gb) wrote: Rather slow and not so inspiring love stories in a plot that looks as dated as the films grade.
Private U (nl) wrote: I hear this was a TV movie?? It had some really good production value...Davies was EXCELLENT. That's some fine acting right there. This could have been a theatrical release in my book. Manson's girls were acted well also. Good film to check it out.
Martin B (de) wrote: If you have read the books then you probably will not like the film as much as the book. However this was different for me because I watched the film on Netflix and I thought the story of film was great and presented well. So after watching the film I decided to look the film up and I saw the negative reviews and I thought why everyone hated the film. Most the comments were linked to the book and how there were changes from the book. Since everyone compared the film to the book I decided to buy the book myself and I believe the film represents the book well although I understand why people have read the book gave this a low rating. I recommend you watch this because this got me interested into the books and I am onto the 6th book of the collection.
Kati V (us) wrote: A true second-chance story. I'm a sucker for second chances.
Djmk T (gb) wrote: Was definitely not expecting much when I sat down to watch this movie. However, I was very much surprised. An interesting plot into the dark side of the art world. Very entertaining!