The Girl on a Motorcycle

A married woman leaves her husband and zooms off on her motorcycle to see her lover.

A married woman leaves her husband and zooms off on her motorcycle to see her lover

The Girl on a Motorcycle is a new movie of André Pieyre de Mandiargues (novel), Ronald Duncan (screenplay), Jack Cardiff (adaptation), Gillian Freeman (thought sequences dialogue). This movie was introduced in 1968. You can check list actors in this movies torrent, such as Alain Delon, Marianne Faithfull, Roger Mutton, Marius Goring, Catherine Jourdan, Jean Leduc, Jacques Marin, André Maranne, Bari Jonson, Arnold Diamond, John G. Heller, Marika Rivera, Richard Blake, Chris Williams, Colin West. Movie' genres are Romance. The rating is 5.2 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Users reviews

Anders B (jp)

Not as colorful as his other work this movie has references to All About My Mother and Volver. One of my favorite Almodovar movies

Barry T (nl)

because of hayden and marcis this was alot better than most t movies

Camilo d (ca)

Sugerencia: tele grande y versin en 1080. Sobrecogedores documentales sin narracin que nos dejan slos en nuestro encuentro con las ms potentes imgenes de nuestro planeta. qatsi, no puede dejar de revisitar Baraka y la relativamente nueva Samsara. . . . . . . . . si le gustaron las

Dan W (mx)

I've only seen the Lynch segment, which was great

Darren P (it)

You know how critics like to say "brings a smile to your lips" and you roll your eyes? Well, this is one of those times I'm gonna say it and not feel stupid for saying so

Harry W (gb)

Edgar Hoover, but Clint Eastwood's inability to give the material an appropriate structure, a sense of atmosphere or even proper lighting turns the experience into an extensive drag. So Leonardo DiCaprio's powerhouse leading performance brings some life into J. This effectively pays no favour to the actor or the character he portrays, and so his brief appearance in the film is of no believability and therefore drags down the experience momentarily with repetitive monotonous line delivery. Kennedy was or separate Jeffrey Donovan from his standard persona in countless roles. Kennedy, the lack of makeup on the actor and the slight change of voice tone does nothing to effectively convey the man that Robert F. As much as I liked Jeffrey Donovan in Burn Notice and in his prior collaboration with Clint Eastwood on Changeling (2008), in the role of a man as high-profile as Robert F. Edgar. Jeffrey Donovan is of poor form in J. The supporting efforts of Judi Dench and Naomi Watts are also a nice touch. Armie Hammer proves once again that he is a talented actor in a character-oriented drama. The two are a powerful duo, and even in the other scenes of the film he proves capable of maintaining a sophisticated edge in his manner of speaking and walking. Edgar, it is during these scenes that the man hits the endeavour of his performance because he shows just how well he can intensify himself for a powerful chemistry with Leonardo DiCaprio. Edgard Hoover's affections in J. Although the character of Clyde Tolson is reduced to being little more than the object of J. Armie Hammer also does a good job. Edgar, and the reminder of charisma justifies the viewing experience. Leonardo DiCario is a lone bright spot in the poorly lit J. Edgar is that the man is a really difficult concept for the entire world to grasp, and so it is all the more impressive that Leonardo DiCaprio does such an effective job in capturing an impression of the man. What I learned from J. Leonardo DiCaprio easily conveys to audiences a belief that he is really in the world of the narrative by capturing the movements and manner of speaking that comes from any person living in the early age of the FBI without neglecting the specific style of the man he is capturing. You might when considering the quality of the material around him, but the fact that he transcends it with such ease is a reminder of just how talented the actor is. Honestly, you could expect nothing less from him. He is so embalmed in the role inside and out that he is easily able to oscillate between the relentless determination of the man as the head of the FBI and the frail nature of him as a human being. Edgar Hoover an interesting character on some level. Predictably, Leonardo DiCaprio remains a powerhouse actor even in the face of such incoherent material around him which proves to at least make J. Edgar with that is actually any good? A leading performance from Leonardo DiCaprio. So as it has been established that the film offers little in a sense of style and the narrative doesn't make any sense, what does that leave J. I have no complaints in the makeup department aside from the notion that perhaps some other actors could have used more of it to capture the appearance of their characters. This is particularly effective with Armie Hammer in the role of Clyde Tolson as there is no telling who the actor is behind the quality of the facial design. The makeup is extensively detailed and makes it a challenge to decipher the cast members beneath them, further reinforcing the efforts of the acting in portraying the intended characters. After cross-examining the appearances of the actors with their real life characters, I conclude that I have no complaints in that department. Edgar is the quality of the makeup. A common criticism of J. This is all the more shameful because the costumes, props and scenery are all very nice yet buried heavily beneath an abundance of shadow. As much as the costumes and scenery evoke a feeling of nostalgia, the lighting very much blunts them by casting a repetitive series of blackness down the sights of viewers. The film effectively conveys a feeling of being old, but it most certainly does not evoke a feeling of any sort of competence. The lighting in the film is clearly very poor since it goes beyond numbing the colours to a monochromatic feel and instead buries the entire experience beneath an abundance of shadow. The entire visual plane is darkened to give the film an older feeling, but it goes into territory too dark for its own good. Edgar cannot even bring itself to light up a room for the benefit of viewers. Remarkably enough, J. Edgar has little to boast about in terms of narrative, leaving viewers with hopes of finding solace in the style of the feature. In essence, J. It is just another gimmick that the film points to as a distraction from the fact that it has no idea how to expand on it or structure it into the narrative sensibly. Edgar is so desensitized from dealing with crime on a human level that it just uses the entire idea as a loose concept and not actual content. The Lindbergh kidnapping was known by many to be "The Crime of the Century" while the pursuit of John Dillinger was similarly high profile material, yet J. . Edgar Hoover was notorious for his role in investigating the disappearance of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. For one thing, J. When it intensifies focus on the alleged homosexual relationship the titular man shared with Clyde Tolson there is a sense of intensity, but in actually discussing what the man did for the world there is a lack of feeling that comes from it. The problem is that there is just not a lot to feel from the film because it is rarely atmospheric. Edgar Hoover or a story which is genuinely all that entertaining. It fails to capture either the legacy of J. But as well as a lack of coherence, there is also minimal heart in the film. I'm guessing they're some kind of Russians, but the film shouldn't leave me guessing on a subject like that. Edgar Hoover talks about needing to protect the Americans from them. After the entire film, I still have no idea what a "Bolshevik" is no matter how many times J. But you can gather that from reading his life summary on Wikipedia, so I expected more from a 137 minute film directed by a patriot like Clint Eastwood. Edgar Hoover was prior to watching the film and hoped that it would answer my questions, but all I gather from the film is that he was both a man responsible for formulating many essential innovations in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a closeted homosexual as well. I had no idea who J. Edgar Hoover, but it is ultimately little more than a convoluted sentiment which causes the film to collapse under its own weight. This seems to be for the sake of drawing parallels between the past and present of J. This isn't helped by the constant jumps through time between past and present which jars the viewer with a poor plot structure. Attempting to figure out what was going on proved to be a real challenge because there are so many characters talking without the film conveying a fair understanding of just what they're actually talking about. From the moment the film begins until it ends, the entire experience is confusing because viewers are given minimal context before being thrown into a narrative about war between communism and democracy among other things. The actual exploration of the titular character goes as far as touching upon the notion of his supposed homosexuality and his relationship with his mother while failing to delve into his psychology surrounding either. Edgar ultimately resorts more to focusing on the story itself, but even then it fails to grasp what it seems to be talking about. J. In attempting to balance the film's focus on its titular character and the history that he made, there is no balance between building plot and characters. It is in fact so divorced from biopic formula that it attempts to be a legitimate narrative of other sorts, and that is a key problem. Edgar is not. Biopics are traditionally very conventional in formula, but J. I'll watch any film directed by Clint Eastwood, and one starring Leonardo DiCaprio sounded like a talented collaboration between actor and director

Jeev S (jp)

Overall not bad. The middle was a little confusing. The ending was a little surprising with a good twist. Being a connoisseur of Asian horror movies, this one rank in the middle of the bunch

Joseph B (es)

verything!. Down. A bad movie that Gary Oldman is in for some reason where he, regardless, gives a good performance? Shut

julie l (jp)

Excellent- love the old Disney with Dean Jones

Kelly H (it)

dapted in part from the book Dirt!. Filmmakers Bill Benenson and Gene Rosow offer a witty but incisive look at dirt, what's in it, how it's used and how we must protect it in the documentary Dirt! The Movie. But is there as much as we think -- or even as much as we need? And what's been happening to it? Dirt is the outer layer of the Earth and the place where nearly all the world's vegetation comes to life, but the 20th Century was a bad time for dirt -- the rise of corporate farming practices have led to reliance of fertilizers with negative long-term effects on the soil, while clear-cutting of rainforests and global warming are making it harder to grow the food the world needs, making workable soil an increasingly scarce commodity. The expression "common as dirt" wouldn't exist if there weren't an awful lot of dirt in this world