Steal a Pencil for Me

Steal a Pencil for Me

1943, The Netherlands is under total Nazi occupation. In Amsterdam, Jack, an unassuming accountant, first meets Ina at a birthday party - a 20-year-old beauty from a wealthy diamond manufacturing family who instantly steals his heart. But Jack's pursuit of love will be complicated; he is poor and married to Manja, a flirtatious and mercurial spouse. When the Jews are being deported, the husband, the wife and the lover find themselves at the same concentration camp; actually living in the same barracks. When Jack's wife objects to the "girlfriend" in spite of their unhappy marriage, Jack and Ina resort to writing secret love letters, which sustain them throughout the horrible circumstances of the war.

STEAL A PENCIL FOR ME is a compelling documentary feature film by Academy Award® nominee Michèle Ohayon about the power of love and the ability of humankind to rise above unimaginable ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Steal a Pencil for Me torrent reviews

Befani G (mx) wrote: This couldn't maintain my attention after an hour, so, half a star! Too much talking, not an interesting or thought-provoking script, nothing much going on of note, just a lot of repeated questions infront of a pretty-looking backdrop.

Lavelle P (au) wrote: craig robinson is funny

James M (gb) wrote: Actually a really good movie with good acting.

Francisco L (us) wrote: One of the most interesting and enthertaining Portuguese movies, however a little illogical on last part that makes this movie a little stupid.

Jessica D (de) wrote: It was alright. A little unrealistic at times.

David P (kr) wrote: I like what stood for, it's a great of example of the over reach of government, but outside of that there wasn't much appealing about it. I couldn't get into it. I do intend to see if the sequels fair better.

Mark S (gb) wrote: I want to see the complete series.

Zeeshan S (us) wrote: Priyanka is hotness defined people...Interesting script, even though it as taken from Disclosure, it is good adaptation. Storytelling rocks as always...'kya loge..kuch thanda or something HOT'


John B (mx) wrote: Worst movie I have seen in a long time. Other then having hot boys in it that was the only good thing. Bad acting and bad story. Don't waste your time watching this one.

Scott S (nl) wrote: Over the Edge (1979) -- [8.0] -- The teenagers of a sterile suburban experiment turn to drugs and violence as they rebel against cops, teachers, parents and city planners in "Over the Edge." This is a surprisingly dark, character-driven coming of age story featuring terrific performances from Matt Dillon (his first film) and Michael Kramer. While the kids are the protagonists, I appreciate that neither the kids nor the adults are painted as purely good or evil. The real enemy is the generation gap. Most other movies of this kind force a pat ending or reconciliation. Not so here -- the climax is (literally) explosive and the ending swims in a believable pathos. What I especially love about the movie is its barren, southwest setting. The kids live in a cookie-cutter housing development project, surrounded by half-built homes with dead grass as far as the eye can see. It adds to the film's pervasive feeling of oppressive isolation. In twilight scenes at the edge of town you can see the headlights of cars on a far-off interstate. The film succeeds so well in creating its claustrophobia, that this interstate might as well be the shores of Avalon.

Benny G (us) wrote: This movie is fucked up.

Kyle M (ag) wrote: Lawrence performed a good father to Symone's (a Disney Channel girl) character in this family college road trip comedy with a sweet father-daughter tale that was made by Disney. This is also a coming of age film for parents about letting go their grown up kids to go to college, and Disney did a good job showing the feels for parents. (B) (Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Mloy X (de) wrote: Ryan (Brett Murphy): You love the Red Sox, but have they ever loved you back?I wanted to like this especially since Drew Barrymore seems to have the rom-com market cornered. But alas, she has finally met her match; Jimmy Fallon is rom-com poison. No amount of cuteness from Barrymore could save this film; they had no chemistry what-so-ever, and how can they? Fallon barely had a pulse; talk about a dead-pan performance, emphasis on dead! It's too bad because the story was cute and idea was adorable but had they chosen a stronger male lead, one really capable of being charming and funny, this could have been another one of those sleeper faves from Barrymore's extensive rom-com library like: "Never Been Kissed" "50 First Dates" or "Ever After: A Cinderella Story" or "The Wedding Singer". But it's just D.O.A.

Kyle E (de) wrote: Awesome movie even tho I am not a huge fan of Ethan HaHawks.Really good and wild twist at the end that I loved never saw it coming.