The Black Decameron
Five unrelated tales: (1) "The Ravishing Queen" / "La Reina Bella", in which the queen choses a king by devious endurance tests of the pretendants; (2) "The Punished Lovers", in which a fake blind husband is 'cured' after having the culprits banished from the tribe; (3) "The Old Prostitute" who manages to take revenge from all the village dignitaries who wrongfully condemned her brother; (4) "The Endless Search" that does not end until a hunter finds his perfect end-game; (5) "The Crazy Woman" whose illness was not exactly of the mind, but of an (almost) insatiable lust.
- Stars:Beryl Cunningham, Djbril Diop, Line Senghor, Fatou Djame, Isseu Niang, Isabelle Diallo, Jacqueline Scott, Josy McGregor, Serigne N'Diaye, Gonzales,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Piero Vivarelli,
- Writer:Ottavio Alessi, Leo Frobenius (novel), Piero Vivarelli
Five unrelated tales: (1) "The Ravishing Queen" / "La Reina Bella", in which the queen choses a king by devious endurance tests of the pretendants; (2) "The Punished Lovers", in which a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Black Decameron torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Shameless ripoff, and a bad one at that, of the novel City Under the Moon by Hugh Sterbakov.
(au) wrote: Crazy documentary on black hair ... who knew
(kr) wrote: March 15th 2010August 6th 2014
(it) wrote: a great documentary, amazing deep ocean ships...
(nl) wrote: Bolt is a movie about a dog saving his owner who captured by an evil dude, with help along the way.Again this was unoriginal. The hero saves girl clich, we see every day. But this is a heartwarming, cute, action packed movie the family will enjoy. With a touch of Disney Magic this make Bolt a hit. Overall a good movie.B+
(it) wrote: Fantastic, being a Geordie it makes it even better. Good storyline.
(ca) wrote: The first full-feature directoral effort from one of my favorites, Sergio Leone. That said, he got better later on. While this one was pretty good compared to most sword-and-sandal B-movies from the late 50s/early 60s, it still seems very dated and hokey. Worth seeing, however, just to see how Leone would evolve as a filmmaker.