The Aviator's Wife
A student is devastated when he finds that his girlfriend is cheating on him. In order to find out why she did it, he decides to spy on her and her airline pilot lover. Then he sees the pilot with a blonde woman and he begins to follow them…
- Stars:Philippe Marlaud, Marie Rivière, Anne-Laure Meury, Mathieu Carrière, Philippe Caroit, Coralie Clément, María Luisa García, Haydée Caillot, Mary Stephen, Neil Chan, Rosette, Fabrice Luchini,
- Director:Éric Rohmer, Éric Rohmer,
- Writer:Éric Rohmer
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The Aviator's Wife torrent reviews
(br) wrote: OK, I DIDN'T EVAN HAVE TO WATCH THIS TRAILER TO KNOW THAT IT WAS A BAD FILM!
(fr) wrote: For me these types of documentaries are nearly impossible to miss. I'm obsessed by anything that has to do with film so it comes as no surprise i liked this. Maybe my only problem with this was the lack of quality screenwriters. I don't mean to be a dick but can we have more Paul Schrader and less Adam Rifkin talking about the craft of screenwriting?
(ag) wrote: very distrurbing documentary. makes you really think of life.
(nl) wrote: Employee of the Month is a cheap Office Space knockoff that simply exists, devoid of laughs and filled with severely unlikable characters. The conduit through which the audience is meant to relate to the film's idiocy is played by Dane Cook, a man who couldn't be more unsympathetic if he tried, and the love interest is played by Jessica Simpson, a woman who demonstrates repeatedly throughout that she has no business in this line of work and never creates a character complete enough to serve its purpose. None of the performers behave in particularly funny ways, none of the "satire" feels compelling, and the filmmaking is never anything greater than that of the average sitcom (there are at least four montages set to late 2000s punk-rock songs, for example), all of this in service of a stale, formulaic central narrative that grows tiresome after the first half hour. Employee of the Month is godawful in its mediocrity, so crushingly banal, so blandly inert that it becomes depressing, lifeless, and altogether miserable to sit through.
(jp) wrote: I was very happily surprised. I adored it. Charming.
(it) wrote: I recommend this to kids 8+
(it) wrote: Krzystof Kieslowski is unquestionably, the master of visual narrative. When it comes to deep emotions nobody can explore it better than Kieslowski. Blue (his first movie of three colors trilogy) is a masterpiece. Music in this movie is both astounding and mysterious. The way Julientte Binoche plays as julie is completely unforgettable, some grief memories can never be forgotten, it doesn't matter how hard you try.
(ru) wrote: les doublages affreux. les dialogues pourris. et Booker en Bugsy Siegel. Un medecin en Lansky et un surfer en Lucky Luciano. Allez, en fait c est pas un chef d oeuvre, mais c est passable.
(ag) wrote: Overly pretentious movie about relationships and sex. Full of preposterous dialogue and bizarre coincidences. I liked this when I was a teenageer - now I don't. And while Genevieve Bujold and Keith Carradine are two of my favourite actors they can't save this mess.
(mx) wrote: Early Hitchcock on a shoestring budget and dodgy acting but still very watchable