Set in the Haiti of "Papa Doc" Duvalier, The Comedians tells the story of a sardonic white hotel owner and his encroaching fatalism as he watches Haiti sink into barbarism. Complications include a friendship with a rebel leader, politically "charged" hotel guests, an affair with the wife of a European ambassador, and the manipulations of a conniving British arms dealer.
- Stars:Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Alec Guinness, Peter Ustinov, Paul Ford, Lillian Gish, Georg Stanford Brown, Roscoe Lee Browne, Gloria Foster, James Earl Jones, Zakes Mokae, Douta Seck, Raymond St. Jacques, Cicely Tyson,
- Country:France, Bermuda, USA
- Director:Peter Glenville,
- Writer:Graham Greene (novel), Graham Greene (screenplay)
Set in the Haiti of "Papa Doc" Duvalier, The Comedians tells the story of a sardonic Welsh hotel owner and his encroaching fatalism as he watches Haiti sink into barbarism and poverty. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Comedians torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: okay now that was just awful!!! Billy Zane is sooo above this kind of shitty movie!! The whole thing was just BAAAAAAD!!
(de) wrote: the cable guy's great concept for a movie was to make an over weight racist redneck the hero
(kr) wrote: This was okay at best. I like the premise of it, but the 70's movies exploitation action didn't do it for me.
(kr) wrote: You don't necessarily have to know of Tupac and Biggie or be a Hip-Hop/Rap fan to watch this, this is an interesting and serviceable watch to a film that will not give you answers but questions, different perspectives and show how important these two Rap artists were to Hip-Hop and it's unsolved case.
(es) wrote: Wow! That was fantastic!! If you like doomed apocalyptic pictures like "Seeking a Friend" you should love this. Very low-key, but that's kinda what helped make it so effective. Where the hell has De Jarnatt gone...?
(de) wrote: Hirokazu Koreeda's early movie. Although not quite interesting, the movie let everyone rethink his life.