The Butcher

The Butcher

Alina is married to Daniele, a famous conductor. While Daniele is away, she finds herself attracted to Bruno, a butcher. One day, Bruno left a message… “Tomorrow morning I’ll knock on your door. If you don’t want me, don’t be there.” Next morning Bruno keeps his word. The apartment door is ajar. He finds Alina on a sofa, pale, bathed in sweat, fearful and expectant. While Daniele conducts his final concert in Samarkand, Bruno and Alina make love in every way imaginable… and Alina will never be the same.

Alina is married to Daniele, a famous conductor. While Daniele is away, she finds herself attracted to Bruno, a butcher. One day, Bruno left a message… “Tomorrow morning I’ll knock on your door. If you don’t want me, don’t be there.” Next morning Bruno keeps his word. The apartment door is ajar. He finds Alina on a sofa, pale, bathed in sweat, fearful and expectant. While Daniele conducts his final concert in Samarkand, Bruno and Alina make love in every way imaginable… and Alina will never be the same. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechersSize
Download   Il Macellaio aka The Butcher.A.Grimaldi - Ita et SpaOther4132764.11 MB
Download   El Carnicero (1998)[dvdrip][spanish]DVDRip4039671.17 MB

The Butcher torrent reviews

Jim B (it) wrote: I really like it -- good story, well acted.

T DNT T4K3 4 R0CK3T SC3NTST T0 KN0 I L0V3 U (gb) wrote: love this movie watch it 24/7!!

Johnny L (ag) wrote: An intelligent story with fantastic acting from a young JGL. The plot pulls no punches on complexity, and the neo-noir atmosphere of the mystery gives a romantic feel.

Muhammad F (ag) wrote: TupriiryugysnfgehjkagbnjxVccvhffefdhdhdhduusqqhfhIrddawfgawahaydtrwte

Jonathan B (ag) wrote: Convincing performances and a smart script highlight this supremely "real" depiction of teenage-self discovery, first loves, and the confusion of sexuality.

Justin M (us) wrote: I know a lot of people hate on it but Swayze does pretty good in his role as a criminal father.

Eric D (de) wrote: Much better than Open Water.

Kris W (ca) wrote: 'Irresistible. Unpredictable. Homicidal.' One of Warren Beatty's first movies, having just retured from the war, he begins work at a mental institute and falls in love with one of the patients; a schizophrenic named Lilith. Notable for being one of Peter Fonda's first movies, playing a clean cut patient that's the opposite if his Easy Rider persona, as well as Gene Hackman's first real movie, he has a small part but it's vintage Hackman. Also, it prolly one of the raciest American movies of its time, some profanity (bitch), and even more ahead of tis time, a lesbian encounter is more than suggested.

Matthew S (it) wrote: Whilst formulaic throughout most of the film, The Set-Up has an edge over many Film Noirs of the period. Centered around an aging (35) boxer played by Robert Ryan who believes almost solely that he can win a fight not realising it's been rigged for him to lose anyway. The fight scenes are convincing enough to make you question if the boxers are actually hitting each other, the film is filled with the tales of dreaming losers. The menace comes in the form of the man who's rigged the fight and what the outcome will be when Ryan's character eventually wins. The ending is apt as are the cameos that are repeatedly returned to by the camera and a testimony to Robert Wise's directoral skill.

Steve D (jp) wrote: Unwatchable yet somehow still better than the book

Jamie B (ca) wrote: Maybe I was just in the right mood at the right time, but I thoroughly enjoyed this.

David S (au) wrote: While the casting of this movie was amazing (Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro really do a great job), the movie really has no define-able ending. I don't want to spoil anything, but the ending is so bad it leaves you wondering whether you've wasted two hours. I would not recommend it.