Someone Behind the Door

A neurosurgeon with a cheating wife takes an amnesiac into his home and conditions him to believe that the cheating wife is his own and to take the "appropriate" action.

A neurosurgeon with a cheating wife takes an amnesiac into his home and conditions him to believe that the cheating wife is his own and to take the "appropriate" action

Someone Behind the Door is the best new movie of Marc Behm (adaptation), Nicolas Gessner (adaptation), Jacques Robert (short story, adaptation & dialogue), Lorenzo Ventavoli. This movie was introduced in 1971. We can counted many actors in this movies torrent, such as Charles Bronson, Anthony Perkins, Jill Ireland, Henri Garcin, Adriano Magistretti, Agathe Natanson, Viviane Everly, André Penvern, Carl Studer, Denise Péronne, Isabelle Del Rio, Silvana Blasi, Colin Mann, Yves Elliot. The kind of movie are Drama. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 6 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie to watch. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends

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Users reviews

Aysha A (kr)

was a ok film not what i was expecting thou

Clark H (br)

ike the song small Axe tru story. not as good as caribbean nights but It tells why he wrote what he wrote

Cresswell S (ca)

small time crook trying to make a living for his family

Jim N (ca)

Completely underwhelming ending. Interesting - but never "terrifying" as some reviews say

Kenny D (fr)

The same God, who created the heavens and the earth in all their beautiful vastness, Psalm 8, is the God who created and knows me perfectly, Psalm 139. God is at once so expansive and diverse in instilling in others such a wide variety of passions, talents, and hobbies, and yet is also absolutely personal and intimate in designing my interests and equipping me with my abilities. ) As I exited the theater I was reminded and amazed again by the macro and micro duality of God. (7 letter word for quickly scanning . And yet, many of those same persons cast aside film reviews and or the religion or sports sections for later _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . While I have passed over enough crossword puzzles to wall paper a cathedral, others have availed themselves of them, and been entertained, educated, and exercised their brain. Upon leaving the theatre I was struck by the diversity of interests and abilities with which God endowed humanity. I say this based on my response to the film. If one has little or no experience, you should also catch it, and be informed of another of the world(TM)s intriguing corners. If one does engage in the word warfare you will want to view and be in awe of these brobdingnagians of the crossword universe. Whether opening one(TM)s eyes or validating one(TM)s passion, Wordplay entertains, informs and is worth the investment of time and price of a DVD rental or download. me, or are those that see the rest of the newspaper as filler for the crossword. e. Wordplay is a wonderfully informative, funny, and engaging film that appeals to persons, regardless of whether they have rarely gotten more than a word or two of a puzzle, i. Interspersed with these titans of the crossword world are other more notable devotees from Bill Clinton and Bob Dole, each also the correct answer to a clue on the day after the 1996 election, to documentary film legend Ken Burns, and TV host / comedian Jon Stewart, among others. The film follows these leading puzzle masters as they integrate puzzling? into their lives and seek to show their wares at the pinnacle event in the crossword universe, the annual Crossword Tournament in Stamford CT. For those who think miracles do not happen, try watching a person finish a NY Times puzzle in 2:02. Creadon also draws the curtain back on the best of the best crossword puzzle players, who keep in crossword shape by timing themselves, to the second, on each and every puzzle. Mondays are the easiest with each day getting harder, building to a crescendo of Saturday and Sunday killers. While I had heard that Saturday and Sunday puzzles were more difficult, there is in fact a decided hierarchy for the degree of puzzle difficulty. Who ever knew there were standards for the number of spaces and the patterns for the blackened boxes. Director Creadon draws back the curtain and offers an extended examination of all that goes into producing what for many is a daily necessity. Also featured is a cast of characters from leading puzzle constructors to the most devoted of the box hungry consumers. Directed by Patrick Creadon, Wordplay features Will Shortz, the crossword puzzle editor of what is the gold standard for cross-wording,? the New York Times Crossword Puzzle. ? Unbeknownst to me there has been for decades a daily war waged between givers of clues and holders of pencils, or pens, with the battlefield a 5 inch square box filled with blank spaces. Even though I have known people who often worked crosswords, the thing that jumped out at me was that for many, crossword is a 9 letter word for war of words. ? The documentary film, Wordplay provides an eye opening glimpse into the world of the crossword puzzle. ? For crossword puzzlers,? the passage might be amended to include, and the word, is also the middle and end-all of pastimes. The Gospel of John opens with one of the most well-known passages in scripture, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God

Mark C (gb)

Cemented by the fact that this is based on a true story. An initially light-hearted heist turns dark thanks to the performances of Al Pacino and John Cazale

Rubn R (us)

They worked HARD to mess this one up! It's a pain to watch

Scott C (br)

Felt very primitive - Cronenberg hadn't yet developed his signature style. Can barely remember this

Shayne S (ag)

hat the?? It was funny!. I am stunned the critics rated this one so low but not "Ernest Goes to Camp". . . Definitely the most hilarious of all the Ernest movies

Skyler B (fr)

The only Material these Girls are made of is Shit