The Beauty of Vice
In the mountains of Montenegro people have lived by strict and Draconian laws for centuries, almost untouched by modern civilization. However, a young couple are going to seek their fortune on the more liberal coast and there they find jobs in the nudist colony. Hundreds of naked bodies and atmosphere of joie d'vivre make the husband and wife question their rigid way of life.
- Stars:Mira Furlan, Milutin Karadzic, Petar Bozovic, Alain Noury, Ines Kotman, Mira Banjac, Eva Ras, Dobrila Cirkovic, Milo Miranovic, Boro Stjepanovic, Boro Begovic, Vesna Pecanac, Miodrag Krstovic, Svetolik Nikacevic, Veljko Mandic,
- Director:Zivko Nikolic,
- Writer:Zivko Nikolic
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The Beauty of Vice torrent reviews
(au) wrote: The Mandarin plot twist can go fuck itself but I still really enjoy this movie.
(ca) wrote: Oh Dear! Surreal.Strange script, unusual acting, a kaleidoscope of close ups.Was this an amateur production? Or perhaps a Chinese production house making an English language film?Pity: great story.
(fr) wrote: telling the story from templeton's point of view was not enjoyable, the college parts were funny, the production was quite well done, the ending leaves a lot to be desired, which is weird because the "end" of the story is a really happy one.
(br) wrote: Absolutely stunning. A must see.
(ru) wrote: Very funny, I enjoyed seeing the little gags hidden in the show, but it does drag at points.
(au) wrote: Como siempre este director es capaz de hacerme pasar un buen rato. Y eso no tiene precio. Me ha gustado la peli, como casi todas sus peliculas.
(es) wrote: Miike's lurid, gore laden yakuza yarn is a senseless orgy of revolting misogyny, tiresome torture sequences and sadomasochistic violence galore. It is also a very well put together genre piece with memorable characters however, and is enough to please fans with a penchant for stylised gore.
(ag) wrote: Charming and witty, but nothing you haven't seen before.
(au) wrote: A wonderfully shot movie, top acting and a fantastic drama
(ag) wrote: was always on HBO in early 90's. good fantasy in the Capra vane.
(us) wrote: Pure sleaze and action from Deodato. Brilliant stuff!
(es) wrote: haha. i love Errol Flynn!
(nl) wrote: This is great movie ??????????????????????????????
(au) wrote: The chemistry between these stars in incredible, and any fan coming off New Girl should easily fall in love with this narrative. While it is simple in story, the execution pushes it to an extreme (with heart) that is hard not to enjoy.
(mx) wrote: not a fan of cage. this is worth watching
(it) wrote: This was awful I mean I knew I was I for a bad movie, but not this bad.
(nl) wrote: Hitchcock is famous for making crime dramas. Some of his most praised ones include "Rear Window", "Dial M for Murder", "Vertigo", "North by Northwest", and "Rope" (which I will be watching soon). He has great talent in making so many of them succeed in so many different ways. He gives them suspenseful and disturbing feelings which still feel unnerving today. "Strangers on a Train" may not be the very best film he's ever made, but it's still very effective.Guy Haines, a tennis star, meets a fan of his named Bruno Antony while riding on a train. Bruno tells him his theory for how 2 strangers can get away with murder. He says that if 2 unrelated people swap murders and kill the person that the other wants dead, there would be no clues to connect, and both of them will be able to get away. Guy Haines doesn't take him seriously, but Bruno plans to implement his theory.Bruno Antony served as a very memorable villain. Instead of acting hostile or impatient, he would simply stalk Guy everywhere he went, and would continue to try and get him to follow through with his end of the deal. This made for some unnerving scenes which made the viewer wonder what he would do to Guy. Bruno would constantly stalk him in public, call him, and send him supplies necessary for murdering his father. As Bruno started to talk to Guy's family, the movie continued to raise tension as the movie made the viewer wonder whether he was going to do something to his family. Also, Bruno Antony was played exceptionally well by Robert Walker. He commands every scene he's in, and he captures just the right mood for Bruno's character.The conversation that Bruno and Guy have on the subway near the beginning of the film is very thought-provoking. It makes the viewer wonder if such a perfect murder like the one that Hitchcock described actually is possible. It seems to make sense, and if the criminal doing the crime does a few minor things to protect his identity, the crime could be executed flawlessly. The film keeps the viewer believing that this crime would work throughout the film, and he does this so well that the viewer starts to suspect that a happy ending is next to impossible. A great tactic that Hitchcock did in this movie and "Dial M for Murder" is that he created 2 crimes that seemed very believable and creative. It wasn't until the ending where he revealed a clue so minimal that the viewer likely would not have ever seen it coming no matter how much they were paying attention. What makes the film more terrifying is that the crime Bruno thought of could easily happen to any person. The chances of it happening are highly unlikely, but it's the idea that anyone could be a murderer which is central to the movie and that's what makes it work better.Hitchcock is a master at visual set pieces, and he utilized his skill for them here. One of the scenes happens near the beginning where it shows Bruno stalking Miriam, the person who he plans to kill, at a carnival. Since she's with 2 of her boyfriends, the viewer has doubts that Bruno can overpower all of them. However, the film shows both of her boyfriends doing a "High Striker" carnival game. None of them get it to the top. However, Bruno goes up after both of them, and he gets it to the top easily. Later, it shows her and her boyfriends in a boat going through a "Tunnel of Love". Bruno is right behind them. It shows their shadows on a wall with Bruno's shadow slowly moving closer to them. The shot cuts to the opening where it shows Miriam screaming. However, they go out and it shows one of her boyfriends simply messing around with her. Hitchcock tricks the viewer in that scene.Another great visual set piece comes at one of the film's most iconic scenes. Guy is at the tennis game waiting to play next. The camera is pointed at the crowd. Every body is turning their heads to follow the tennis ball. For a second, the viewer might smile a bit. However, the camera zooms in to show Bruno staring directly at Guy, giving the scene a sudden, serious tone. Another scene happens when Guy is quietly wandering through the darkness of Bruno's home. A dog growling at him at the top of the stairs throws the viewer off from what they think might happen, and the scene somewhat surprises the viewer.Bruno's perfect murder theory was well-thought out. However, I never understood why Bruno told Anne about his plan of putting a lighter at the scene of the crime to frame Guy. That was a very foolish decision for him to do. Anne could've easily told her family about what he did, and they could've all attempted to stop him, ruining his plan. This isn't necessarily a gigantic plot hole, but it still bugs me as it effects the entire final act. Also, I felt like the final confrontation between Guy and Bruno being on an out-of-control merry-go-round wasn't exactly the best setting Hitchcock could've picked as it was slightly cheesy for such a serious crime film about murder.In conclusion, this was a very great Hitchcock film. Bruno was a great villain, and great acting plus clever visual set pieces made Bruno pretty memorable. Hitchcock's thought-provoking perfect murder theory was intriguing, and it was very interesting. It may have a few minor flaws, but it has still accomplished a lot, and it was well worth my time.