The Danish Girl

The Danish Girl

When Gerda Wegener asks her husband Einar to fill in as a portrait model, Einar discovers the person she's meant to be and begins living her life as Lili Elbe. Having realized her true self and with Gerda's love and support, Lili embarks on a groundbreaking journey as a transgender pioneer.

Inspired by the lives of Danish couple Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. Gerda asks her husband to fill in for a life model for her portrait of a dancer, and since then they navigate Lili's groundbreaking journey as a transgender pioneer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Danish Girl torrent reviews

Clib L (es) wrote: The fights are amazing it won't let you down I recommend to watch it if you like fighting

Scott C (de) wrote: Underrated action movie. Well done and a lot of fun to watch.

Scarlet C (us) wrote: i like but it had scary parts for children

Daniel M (jp) wrote: Nice special effects, but with little ingenuity to give it enough credit.

Gursheen B (es) wrote: B O X I N G :D punch :)

Patrick C (fr) wrote: One of the best really low budget movies I have seen. Shot for about $500,000 this one came off rather well. Some good B Actors, an interesting script, and a shooting team that wasn't overly ambitious. The secret to the low budget is not to do so little it is boring and not to do so much your budget becomes overly apparent. These cats hit it right in the middle. Well done!

Stuart K (de) wrote: 14 years after the first Basic Instinct film caused a storm, plans for a sequel passed through various studios and various directors were attached. Then it came to Michael Caton-Jones, (Doc Hollywood (1991), Rob Roy (1993) and The Jackal (1997)), who decided to have a go. But the problem is the film has a very dodgy script and it feels like those erotic thrillers Channel 5 used to show on Friday nights. Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone) now lives in London, and she's just been involved in a high-speed car crash with English footballer Kevin Franks (Stan Collymore). He died, she survived, and while Scotland Yard Detective Supt. Roy Washburn (David Thewlis) tries to send her down for murder, she gets off on a technicality. Tramell is ordered to see psychiatrist Dr. Michael Glass (David Morrissey), who believes Tramell is a narcissist. However, after people closely associated with Glass end up dead, Glass suspects Tramell did it, and his suspicions are further aroused when he reads the manuscript of Tramell's latest novel, which is a bit too close to reality... It should have been a good film, but it's horribly dated, and the plot simply doesn't ring true and moving it to London doesn't work either, which is a shame. Stone is brilliant though, but that sadly doesn't a good film make. It makes you wonder how bad the other proposals were before they settled on this plot.

Augustine H (it) wrote: An average thriller.

oxana (mx) wrote: It so happens that what in the beginning seemed just like another lame, depthless teen movie turned out to be quite raw, emotional, full of issues bigger than life movie, with some tragedy in the mix. I don't want to spoil anyone, so I'll keep any further information to myself.Besides some tap dancing and fancy moves, plus some teenage love/drama/relationship twists, this film managed to deliver a story about brotherhood and devotion, dreams and bad decisions, plus something about passion as well.I don't know if the dancing itself was all that awesome, but it was a fun progress to follow. Nonetheless I found the story outside the tap dancing far deeper and almost superior.

Terese W (us) wrote: Usual negative stuff from young males. Their criticisms include the fact that it doesn't deal with the real atrocities of the war, as if somehow this childhood reminiscence should be other than it is. Too many men doing your reviews, not enough women stars, writers or critics. Definitely worth watching.

Nikki V (ca) wrote: super innintressant

Shawn W (ca) wrote: A group becomes trapped at an old island resort possessed by a witch. The abandoned resort hotel setting does provide some atmosphere but thats about the only thing done right. Ending leaves room for a sequel that fortunately has not come.

Greg W (it) wrote: never thought i'd like a movie about 2 guys having a meal but i did.

Corey W (it) wrote: The setting is so beautiful that you sometimes forget there's any danger at all in the wide open west.

Colin B (jp) wrote: The last swashbuckler film of Errol Flynn's, but a great movie nonetheless.

Sam S (br) wrote: A landmark film in the Italian neo-realist movment, The Bicycle Thief presents a depressing tale of poverty and family with themes that are still relevant with modern audiences, which makes it a must-watch for all film lovers.

Jacob B (es) wrote: While not a truly remarkable film, Fast & Furious's great performances from its cast and amazing action sequences (especially that first one at the beginning of the film) more than compensate for the film's lack of originality.

Ken S (jp) wrote: This murder mystery from 1967 is set to the backdrop of a small town in Mississippi where racism is still very present, and a black homicide detective happens to be in town waiting for a train just as a white man is murdered. At first he is brought in as a suspect, but ends up investigating the case. It is a great script bolstered by fantastic performances from Sydney Poitier and Rod Steiger, that despite not being as timely as it was when it was initially released, still holds up pretty damn well due to it's mystery plot and incredible acting.