The Crying Game
Irish Republican Army member Fergus (Stephen Rea) forms an unexpected bond with Jody (Forest Whitaker), a kidnapped British soldier in his custody, despite the warnings of fellow IRA members Jude (Miranda Richardson) and Maguire (Adrian Dunbar). Jody makes Fergus promise he'll visit his girlfriend, Dil (Jaye Davidson), in London, and when Fergus flees to the city, he seeks her out. Hounded by his former IRA colleagues, he finds himself increasingly drawn to the enigmatic, and surprising, Dil.
- Category:Thriller, Romance, Crime, Drama
- Stars:Forest Whitaker, Miranda Richardson, Stephen Rea, Adrian Dunbar, Breffni McKenna, Joe Savino, Birdy Sweeney, Jaye Davidson, Andrée Bernard, Jim Broadbent, Ralph Brown, Tony Slattery, Jack Carr, Josephine White, Shar Campbell,
- Country:UK, Japan, USA
- Director:Neil Jordan,
- Writer:Neil Jordan
A reluctant agent of the Irish Republican Army discovers that some people just aren't who you expect them to be. After being kidnapped by IRA terrorists, he befriends one of his captors, who is drawn into the soldier's world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Crying Game torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: 7/10 - Of course not as good as the first but still a great movie which is carried by Ip Man's values which is what shined out for me and of course the fights were brilliant!
(de) wrote: Movies that promote original music are hit or miss. The music misses, for the most part. Special effects: average. Story line... pretty good (casting could be better). I didn't like the ending HOWEVER it probably saves the movie from being a real lamer. A bit above average, overall.
(au) wrote: Andy Garcia truly brings the artist painter and sculptor Amedeo Modigliani to life. As I have read of his life and experiences and sometimes self-tormented life, I pause and simply enjoy how he decided to live his life. The whys and hows will always swirl amongst us and do not matter. Modi as some called him ( which means cursed) lived for his art till his last breath.As if I needed a reason, I fell in love with Andy Gracia as Modigliani and cannot imagine any other playing him.
(es) wrote: Tons of great information with a fascinating conflict.
(mx) wrote: Another stunning achievement from Yimou Zhang, Li Gong and China. Sumptuous in its splendor and gripping in its drama -- few films have mesmerized me like Shanghai Triad. From the glitzy, showy nightclub numbers to the simpler life in the country -- nothing is safe in a world dominated by a life of crime and showgirl/gangster's moll Bijou (Li Gong -- gorgeous and siren-like) finds herself in the middle of all of it as the girl of a very dangerous man. As a woman who values her life of materialism, she is forced to re-examine and contemplate her own life when it clashes with that of an innocent servant boy enamored with the beautiful creature when they are forced to escape the dangers of Shanghai and seek refuge in a rural, isolated island locale. As I said ... the film is stunning (in ALL aspects). This has been a favorite of mine since I first saw it.
(us) wrote: Not being familiar with the source material, this proved to be an interesting story.
(ag) wrote: This movie has a lot going for it: it's playfully French, with nice village scenes, cycling, family wedding, brothers fooling around, provincial entertainment, etc. Furthermore, the story is interesting enough, and the denouement (containing a fatal misunderstanding) makes it all the more tragic. Another important key element in this film (for those interested) is Adjani's dazzling beauty combined with her apparel. It is so "in your face" it just cannot be ignored. The problem I have with "L't meurtrier", however, is its length. I would have preferred the director to cut to the chase. After one entire hour, it appears there is more to Adjani than just her boobs. The second half of the movie is very different from the first half, with Adjani's character acting much more maturely, with a mission. Final note: I did like the use of the different voiceovers. They add to the overall mood in a way that really works.
(ru) wrote: 52%? A shower of cunts you all are
(gb) wrote: hilarious. i'm nearly crying by the time the dancing scene comes on.
(ag) wrote: An incredibly sweet and fun coming of age story that places characters and truths over gags.
(nl) wrote: To me, there's always been the Ralph Bakshi movie that everybody has seen (The Lord of the Rings) and then there are the rest that nobody has seen. Heavy Traffic is one of them, along with Coonskin and Fritz the Cat. These films are definitely not for everybody, but if you have a little bit of taste and perhaps an open mind, then you may just enjoy this trip. It's a very cerebral kind of movie, with a lot of visuals that you either get or don't get. The film also has a nice story to it: two people stuck in a ghetto looking for a way out. Along the way, they run into every kind of obstacle while we see it as nothing more than a game on a pinball machine. I know that's not a great description, but trying to describe this film is like trying to describe the color red. It has racism, sexuality and just true-to-life things going on in it. This definitely isn't a kids film, and Bakshi never intended it to be. It shocks me that these films ever got made in the first place, but I'm thrilled that they did. Oh, I'm still very curious about what was taken out of the X rated version of it.