Fellini exposes his great attraction for the clowns and the world of the circus first recalling a childhood experience when the circus arrives nearby his home. Then he joins his crew and travel from Italy to Paris chasing the last greatest European clowns still live in these countries. He also meets Anita Ekberg trying to buy a panther in a circus.
- Stars:Riccardo Billi, Federico Fellini, Gigi Reder, Tino Scotti, Valentini, Fanfulla, Merli, Carlo Rizzo, Colombaioni, Pistoni, Martana, Giacomo Furia, Alvaro Vitali, Dante Maggio, Galliano Sbarra,
- Country:Italy, France, West Germany
- Director:Federico Fellini,
- Writer:Federico Fellini, Bernardino Zapponi
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The Clowns torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Cant wait to see it.
(ca) wrote: i will love to see it
(es) wrote: A bit heavy on the battling and fighting, but pretty good sci-fi fun. Underrated like Jupiter Ascending.
(ru) wrote: This film is gorgeous and is capable of creating existential questions in the minds of its audiences. "The House of Sand" is my introduction to Andrucha Waddington and to actresses Montenegro and Torres. I'm glad to have discovered it and them.
(jp) wrote: Extrania pelicula dirigida por Tom Barman, integrante del grupo dEUs. Desarrolla la historia de distintos personajes que no se relacionan sino hacia el final de la pelicula de una forma muy tangencial lo que deja ese sinsabor. Buenos personajes combinados con algunos muy flojos y con una secuencia de persecusin a pie muy bien lograda.La musica es excelente, como era de esperarse, y algunas de las cortas historias llegan a pagar la boleta.Filmada en Amberes, puerto de la region flamenca de Belgica (el sur es Valonia y es frances y el norte flamenco es holandes), muestra un poco de la ciudad y lo agradable que pude ser.
(jp) wrote: excelente guion, mala fotografia pero vale la pena el contexto
(gb) wrote: Gore profusion, second degr la pelle et... plthore de gags scatologiques et sexuels
(it) wrote: The ultimate guilty pleasure! Enough explosions and violence to make you roll your eyes. Shut off your brain for two hours and enjoy the flight.
(ag) wrote: What a dumb movie. Peter Weller vs. a rat.
(ag) wrote: A beautifully shot picture with a couple of breathtaking scenes. There is more going on here than is at first evident but the story is not one which is fully engaging.
(ru) wrote: The pacing was not right. But still worth a watch.
(us) wrote: this is not the right mopvie. the movie i want is from the twilight saga
(au) wrote: A limousine driver, and his passenger, a washed up actress. A police officer, and his prison transport. A prostitute. A pair of newlyweds. A family of three: father, mother, and son. These ten strangers seem to have nothing in common, but it's James Mongold's Identity that brings them together at a desolate Nevada motel, caught in a seemingly infinite downpour. It's a twisting and turning "whodunnit" mystery, with a lot of elements clearly derived from or inspired by Agatha Christie. As tensions rise and the number of strangers begins to dwindle through mysterious circumstances, Mangold amps up the atmosphere: the motel has a spooky, dreamlike quality to it, with its dimly lit rooms and halls and worn out walls, almost reminiscent of the ever famous Bates Motel. The story itself is kind of dreamlike, to mostly good results. Every death is creative and feels new in context of the story, and allows for each character to slowly descend into lunacy and provide some solid performances, namely from John Cusack, Ray Liotta, and Amanda Peet. It all culminates in a twist that, while rather original, lacks the element of surprise and subtlety thanks to a disappointing lead-up around the midpoint of the movie. The ending itself, referring to the very final scene, is absolutely ridiculous, but by that point, you're either on board with the rules of this story or you aren't: thankfully, Mangold crafts enough tension for it to likely be the former.