Shun Li and the Poet

Shun Li and the Poet

A study of the friendship between a Chinese woman and a fisherman who came to Italy from Yugoslavia many years ago, who live in a small city-island in the Veneto lagoon.

A study of the friendship between a Chinese woman and a fisherman who came to Italy from Yugoslavia many years ago, who live in a small city-island in the Veneto lagoon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Shun Li and the Poet torrent reviews

Clayton N (gb) wrote: The acting of Shia Labouf is flawless, as he portrays the horrors of war and the mental effects and life changing moments they present to the average marine. Though the obviously dramatisized story is certainly not a common one in real life, the excellent acting amungst all of the cast and well cloaked ending put the effects war in perspective and make for an excellent and repeatable movie watching experience.

ScubaSteve Walter M (us) wrote: Looks awesome but it's not, LOL.

Tiago C (it) wrote: Bold, naive, passionate, raw!Stations of the across has an impeccable and extremely engaging script. Addresses the issues of religion, faith and life with a simple need.The path of faith can be comforting and hopeful, but it can also be cruel. Blind faith can lead to extremes, even death.Although photography, depressed atmosphere and simple direction, Stations of the Across those movies is to be enjoyed between the lines.

Danny M (jp) wrote: I want to say this this movie blow me out of the water. had everything. these critics have there head somewhere else if they rate it so poorly. I hope there is a sequel since it left me thinking a lot haha. thank you so much for this amazing film!

Eliabeth o (ca) wrote: wow kristen is blonde in this movie cool... got to see it xD

Christopher v (it) wrote: Best show I've ever watched! I really hope they come out with a season 7.

Eric J (au) wrote: I love this film, in spite of the poor critic reviews. Enjoy sharing it with others.

helloooo N (au) wrote: funny & ass kickin - & a twist

James H (gb) wrote: In 1972, Francis Ford Coppola crafted one of the greatest gangster movies of all time, with the help of one of the best ensemble casts of all time. Marlon Brando is ridiculously good and iconic as the Godfather and Al Pacino gives a levelled and calculating performance. The supporting cast is great too, Diane Keaton and James Caan in particular I really enjoy watching. However, I don't really like Talia Shire in this film, I think she is over the top and just unrealistic. This is by no means a perfect movie but it comes very close. The opening scenes of the wedding in particular are fascinating and its easy to like the Corleone family because of the class that is shown by them, despite the crimes being committed.

Sean M (es) wrote: Classic spaghetti western and the bluest eyes you ever did see.

Lucky L (kr) wrote: Hi this is my favrite life time picture,Still this is my best movie,i have seen so many times,but still enjoy it.

Rob S (mx) wrote: It doesn't deserve any awards or anything, but it's a good picture. Stanwyck makes it memorable, Meeker makes it sexy and suspenseful. It's almost like watching an hour long episode of Stanwyck's anthology series.

Trevor R (ag) wrote: Indian attacks, A love triangle, a spectacular train wreck and rescue by the Calvary are just a few of the things to enjoy in this Cecil B. Demille Epic. Fast moving and very entertaining, but could have been a bit shorter in running time. Cast seems to be having fun, and it shows on screen. Great Special Effects as well. Don't watch this if your interested in the history of the building of the Railroad, this is Demille history we are talking about!

cory l (br) wrote: Extremely revealing, sad, and informative. Images speak loudly.

Najd G (br) wrote: The psychological sci-fi thriller defined. This movie examines the philosophy of reality: what makes your reality or my reality any more authentic than an alternate one we can't imagine? Well, I like to believe that there's a reality out there where Jake Gyllenhaal's career decisions and acting prowess actually gets the appreciation it deserves.