The Boy Who Turned Yellow
John and his class go on a school trip to the Tower of London. While he is there he loses his pet mouse and vows to return and find her later. Back in school, he is not very attentive and falls asleep during a lesson about electricity so his teacher sends him home. On the 'tube' there is a sudden flash, and John, the train and all of the passengers turn yellow. With the help of Nick (short for 'Electronic') John learns about electricity, invades the Tower of London and saves his pet mouse ... or was it a dream. This is the Powell & Pressburger touch applied to children's films.
- Stars:Mark Dightam, Robert Eddison, Helen Weir, Brian Worth, Esmond Knight, Laurence Carter, Patrick McAlinney, Lem Dobbs,
- Director:Michael Powell,
- Writer:Emeric Pressburger (original story), Emeric Pressburger (screenplay)
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The Boy Who Turned Yellow torrent reviews
(br) wrote: nice movie with a nice story. mostly talking but i enjoyed it. (1 viewing)
(gb) wrote: This is a really interesting documentary on GSP and what it takes to be a champion. The bulk of the film centers on his recovery a preparation for his rematch with Nick Diaz. It's well made and a fascinating look into the life of a Champion MMA fighter. Recommended!
(de) wrote: So bad it's still bad. There are some nicely lit shots of a large bear (but no humans appear in frame). and SPOILER++++++++++++++++++++++++At least the bear lives to kill everyone.
(es) wrote: absolutely love it!!
(jp) wrote: Un film dur et mouvant sur les dbuts de l'apparition du SIDA aux USA dans l'indiffrence gnrale alors que "YMCA" est un succs mondial ...
(ag) wrote: Just a complete classic. I fell in love with this film when I was younger, and it's still as brilliant to watch as it always was! If you haven't then watch it now!
(it) wrote: The rematch. This fight makes 'The Thriller in Manilla' look like a catfish with two toothless simpletons on the Jeremy Kyle Show. Emotional stuff. That scene with the chase up the steps of the museum of art in Philadelphia goes up a notch.
(kr) wrote: An excellent low budget Australian thriller that has put the industry on the map in years and also for it's budget, very impressive.
(es) wrote: This is a pretty good thriller film - it is not going to scare you so you can't sleep, but it is creepy and even the way the filing was done it is a bit eerie. I think it has some of the Hitchcock type storytelling built into the film and the acting is good. I don't think the story is going to shock you, but it is fun for a creepy thriller film if you are into those things.