The Gleaners & I
Varda focuses her eye on gleaners: those who scour already-reaped fields for the odd potato or turnip. Her investigation leads from forgotten corners of the French countryside to off-hours at the green markets of Paris, following those who insist on finding a use for that which society has cast off, whether out of necessity or activism.
An intimate, picaresque inquiry into French life as lived by the country's poor and its provident, as well as by the film's own director, Agnes Varda. The aesthetic, political and moral ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Gleaners & I torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Have been reading so much this documentary and I'm in South africa and it is not available here! How can I get my hands on this? I am bipolar and want to watch it with my family so that they can understand it better. Please help!!!
(gb) wrote: one of the best ever...
(jp) wrote: Best baseball movie of all time maybe the best sports movie of all time
(it) wrote: The Australian comedy that took America by storm, "Crocodile" Dundee, delivers a ton of laughs from Down Under. While doing a story on an Australian outdoorsman named Mick Dundee who survived a crocodile attack, American journalist Sue Charlton decides to bring him back to New York City to see what he makes of the urban jungle. Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski lead the cast and give strong performances. The culture shock comedy is also done pretty well, and is clever and fun. But, it's all rather routine for this type of film and doesn't give much depth to its characters. Still, despite its predictable nature, "Crocodile" Dundee is an entertaining fish-out-of-water comedy.
(ag) wrote: It's been years since I've seen this film, and the only good things about it were Dean Jones, Don Knotts and Herbie. Too bad Buddy Hackett wasn't in it--he sure would've livened things up. And oh my gosh--isn't that Victor (Eric Braeden) from Young and the Restless driving? Watch out!! :)
(fr) wrote: lol. It's technology was good...in 1962. Nonetheless, good film-making is good film-making, and the story will definitely have you enthralled.
(jp) wrote: I will give it this many stars only because its a classic universal monster movie. The only person that should have ever played Frankenstein was Boris. For some reason when its anybody else I just dont like it. Really wanted to see this because I thought it would be good. Watched most of the movie and I just couldnt finish it.
(gb) wrote: A nice sunday afternoon kind of film. Greta Garbo was beautiful and wanted to be alone. Joan Crawford was interesting in this film made 16 years before "MIldred Pierce" and some thirty years before "...Baby Jane"