Sound of the Sea
Son de Mar (English: "Sound of the Sea") is a 2001 Spanish drama / erotic film directed by Juan José Bigas Luna based on the novel of the same title by Manuel Vicent. It revolves around Ulises (Jordi Mollà), who comes to a fishing village to teach literature at a local high school. During his stay he falls in love with Martina (Leonor Watling), the daughter of his landlord. Sierra (Eduard Fernández), a rich businessman, also falls in love with her and fruitlessly tries to win her heart.
- Stars:Jordi Mollà, Leonor Watling, Eduard Fernández, Neus Agulló, Pep Cortés, Ricky Colomer, Sergio Caballero, Carla Collado, Juan Muñoz, Pablo Rivero, Ana María Máñez, Clara Serrano, Bautista Devesa, José Gonga, Ricardo López,
- Director:Bigas Luna,
- Writer:Rafael Azcona, Manuel Vicent (novel)
A new literature teacher, Ulises, comes to a small town near the sea and falls in love with a young woman, Martina. This woman is loved by a rich businessman named Alberto but chooses ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sound of the Sea torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Entertaining comedy about a fake Bin Laden. The movie can be enjoyed much more if you know the background of the War on Terror / Bush, American attitude, Pakistan's situation. The attention to details in some of the scenes is a lot of fun and you will understand it more if you are from Pakistani background.
(au) wrote: a enjoyable and exciting look at the ocean Eco system as it relates to the South African coast. A little preachy at times and states supposition as fact. Discovery channel on steroids. Great family fun.
(au) wrote: i think i saw this one
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(au) wrote: Even if you forget this is a remake that totally disrespects the original, "Mr. Deeds" is another typical Adam Sandler film filled with cheap laughs and lunacy as Sandler plays a pizza delivery man that inherit's his rich father's estate when he dies.
(us) wrote: I've never seen this in the 90's, I've never seen it now... and I WANNA see it now.
(de) wrote: A movie that doesn't want to bother us with coherent dialogue or lighting scenes correctly. This movie is about a Converse wearing doctor (or cop they are kinda fuzzy on what he is) who is trying to catch a serial killer. Along the way he has a girlfriend (I think, they are kinda vague) and falls for a witness played by a pre-plastic surgery Pam Anderson. Pam might be a witness or the killer or just the naked eye candy. Again, I'm a little hazy. Check it out if you want to see Pam before she ruined herself with surgery. She actually is very attractive in the movie.
(mx) wrote: Juonessa ei ollu mitn kovin ihmeellist (tai sitten missasin jotain kun vaan tuijotin Depardieun nen) mutta tunnelma, kuvaus ja musiikki oli hyv.
(jp) wrote: A man inherits an old mansion and its contents including a book that allows him to summon the Ghoulies to serve him. Plot is a bit aimless as the Ghoulies really don't serve an apparent function for their master outside of harassing dinner guests.
(us) wrote: Knockout central performance from Hoskins brings this well crafted little crime number to near shakespearean levels of potency.
(de) wrote: Super funny no question about it
(ru) wrote: Elephant White is a dark brooding film set in and around Bangkok..Kevin Bacon's performance is alright, and Djimon Hounsou gives a stolid, moody account of the hit-man...a bit of Bangkok Dangerous, a bit of Leon and a bit Man on Fire, the film struggles to be really good at any of them, saying that the action is solid, with enough of a story line to reel you in and the visuals are stunning....but I think it should have maybe picked someone with a decent British accent, maybe a British actor....
(gb) wrote: I gave it a 3 thought it would be funnier
(mx) wrote: Almost like watching a Western version of The A-Team.