The Bigamist

The Bigamist

The life of Mario De Santis, sales representative, husband of Valeria, and the father of a child is shaken from the charge of bigamy. At the police station, admits that some years ago he contracted a marriage with a certain Isolina in the City of Forlimpopoli. Confronted with Mario she recognizes him as her lawfully wedded husband. Faced with this situation, the man loses his head and, in anger, becomes aggressive, he loses control and ends up under arrest.

The life of Mario De Santis, sales representative, husband of Valeria, and the father of a child is shaken from the charge of bigamy. At the police station, admits that some years ago he contracted a marriage with a certain Isolina in the City of Forlimpopoli. Confronted with Mario she recognizes him as her lawfully wedded husband. Faced with this situation, the man loses his head and, in anger, becomes aggressive, he loses control and ends up under arrest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Bigamist torrent reviews

Amreen G (ag) wrote: not as great as veer zaara. but good watch. YC will be missed.

Diederik H (ca) wrote: Emotionally and psychologically intricate.

Amber W (au) wrote: Amazing movie, the book was better, but the the movie really captures the feeling of loyalty.

Monica J (ag) wrote: Silly Movie!But Still Pretty Ok!

Baptiste T (jp) wrote: J'en rvais. Voir James Bond avec les cheveux longs.

bill s (jp) wrote: Light and breezy harmless little salad before your main course of a movie.

Peter S (de) wrote: Great Bobby and Caddy.

Iain S (nl) wrote: Never seen the original but actually quite like this

Louis D (mx) wrote: Douglas Sirk proves himself a master of more than the melodrama with this 1947 thriller exhibiting expert use of Hitchcock-like suspense. The impressive lighting schemes, which highlight ominous silhouettes, add much to the tension surrounding a homicidal charmer/killer of young women. I Love Lucy's Lucille Ball reveals a range previously unknown to me, and Boris Karloff fronts a memorable/fucked up scene far ahead of its time.

Jason M (ag) wrote: I wish all biopics were this good.

Ryan C (br) wrote: This movie is some hot ass

Lee M (us) wrote: One day, there'll be an English-language film set in Africa that isn't about colonialism or big game hunting. Until that time, look for films such as "Mister Johnson." Although this colonial satire has intelligent aims, it's always a degree or two off the mark.