The Dark Matter of Love

The Dark Matter of Love

Eleven year old Masha Kulabokhova is about to be adopted into fourteen year old Cami Diaz's family. Masha grew up in a Russian orphanage; Cami was born and raised in Wisconsin and has been the exclusive focus of her parents' love her whole life. The process of Masha becoming part of the Diaz family is going to change both girls forever. The Dark Matter of Love follows Masha as she leaves Russia to the spend her first year as part of the Diaz family, who have also adopted five year old twin boys Marcel and Vadim. When the reality of bonding with children who have grown up in institutions turns out to be more difficult than they ever imagined, the Diaz's hire two of the world's best developmental psychologists to help them build their new family - through science. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, The Dark Matter of Love melds the story of the Diaz family learning to love, with rare archive footage of science experiments exploring parent-child love.

Documentary on the psychological aspects of growing up with and without parental love. It centers around the Diaz family, who chooses to adopt three orphans from Russia, and how their new and old kids handle family together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dark Matter of Love torrent reviews

Beck K (ag) wrote: I loved Christian Kane in it, thought the storyline was interesting and different and when it got to the end it made me think about what had really happened. I enjoy movies like this.

Danny G (us) wrote: This was an exceptional movie. Very well worth watching, and I'm NOT a Kristen Stewart fan. But she did good. Very good.

Joel A (kr) wrote: By far the least entertaining & original of the trilogy but still has it's strength's as a film.All the cast are back again & up to their good old tricks but it just doesn't have the story I guess the first & second movie did.The side story of the Mighty Ducks new coach and he paralysed daughter is quite interesting. It's worth a watch if you are a fan of the series but I was a little disappointed.

Adam D (de) wrote: Dan Akyroyd attempts to be funny while Gene Hackman tags along.

Thomas K (au) wrote: Norman Jewison is one of the most underrated directors of all time, and John Patrick Shanley's screenplay is nothing short of perfection. Cher won best actress and not only did she deserve it but it was her brilliant idea for Nicolas Cage to play the man she loves. The supporting cast is just as good and 27 years later the film is just as swooningly romantic as the day it was released. Beautiful.

Brayden T (us) wrote: This film will relentlessly mindf*** you, and make you wish hell was real. Think I'm lying? Watch it. That being said, this movie was so freaking good. One of my new all time favorites I think. The special effects were seriously incredible, especially for the year it was made, and the imagery blends a schizophrenic and bizarre combination of both religious horror with far out surrealism in the vein of the works of Dali. This movie is also quite multifaceted, being mainly a psychological horror drama, along with a healthy and well done dosage of monster movie, capped off with surrealist, cosmic mind entropy. Yeah, that's a genre of film, I just laid that shit down, and I'm sure if you watch this movie too would agree with me as to the validity of that description.Anyways just watch this if you wanna trip out hardcore, no drugs required.

Kyle M (gb) wrote: The true story of the titular general was nicely told through A. Scott's straight-forward performance and the cinematic narration in some points, both under the fashion of being an epically-scaled war flick to strengthen the biopic with telling the general's defining successes and outlook. (A-)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Mike C (kr) wrote: Soft spot for true stories of this nature. Jesse Eisenberg does awkward again.

Mark H (nl) wrote: A great film that shows the true horrors of war and how war truly effects the young.


Chris F (us) wrote: I Saw the Light is a boring and disappointing biopic about the life of Hank Williams. It's only saving grace is its performances. Tom Hiddleston shines as Hank Williams. He is great in his role. Elizabeth Olsen is also very good as Williams' first wife. They work well together. I also liked the music in the film. But that's about it. The movie is painfully boring. Its two hour running time feels like it's three. Also, the film doesn't delve deep into Williams' life. It doesn't delve into his psyche. It just shows his life. I also wasn't particularly fond of the direction of the film. It was just boring. It didn't bring any excitement or interest to the film. Overall, this was a massive disappointment. The film just didn't live up to its performances. I really wished I liked this film.