The Goddess

The Goddess

The story of a young prostitute who is trying to give her infant son a good start in life, fighting against the prejudices of others and the attentions of a pimp.

Street walker by night, devoted mother by day, a woman fights to get her young son an education amid criminal and social injustice in China. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Goddess torrent reviews

Rick I (de) wrote: Saw Solo (2013) before this.

Private U (fr) wrote: The movie is just ok - Simon Yam & Lam Suet is excellent!

Claire T (br) wrote: hated it, I thought this film was crap, the first messengers was the best, I hated this movie, it was really crap and I will never watch it again, I expected better from this movie, I own it on DVD

Laurent D (it) wrote: Le nouveau film de becker est un tres bon film . Tour tour veaudeville cruel et cynique fustigeant le conformisme bobo, et tour tour hymne la vie et l'essenciel , le film est port par des dialogues tres bien cisels (choses rarissime dans le cinema francais d'aujourd'hui) et surtout par la formidable direction des acteurs . Dupontel est magistral dans un role ambigu .Il prouve une fois de plus qu'il est probablement le meilleur et l'acteur le plus complet de sa gnration . En enchainant les motions contraires, il sort haiut la main de ce role pas vident. Il est parfaitement second par une pleiade de second roles d'ou emergent Marie Jos Croze et Pierre Vaneck qui donnent de la consistance au sujet du film. La mise en scne est plus anecdotique mais ne denature jamais le propos du film bien au contraire. C'est un film ou l'on rit, ou l'on pleure et ou l'on est parfois drang et beaucoup plus travaill qu'il n'y parait . C'est du tres bon cinma francais

xGary X (ag) wrote: Alex Cox's meandering cop story feels more like a road movie than a thriller per se. It follows a Mexican highway patrolman from his graduation from the academy through his posting on a deserted stretch of highway to his showdown with a local drug runner who killed his partner. It has a lot to commend it; the off-beat subject matter, gentle humour, good performances and well shot sun drenched landscapes. The main problem with it is it's lack of drama. The long anticipated showdown doesn't really come to anything; it may be making some clever analogy about Mexico's inability to hold accountable the foreigners who use it for their own corrupt ends, but it did not make a satisfying climax to the film entertainment-wise; this is not helped by having a rather wishy washy protagonist who is neither really good nor bad enough to intrigue. Having said that, there is still enough material of merit here to warrant a look, especially for fans of world cinema.

Lee M (de) wrote: This enjoyable supernatural thriller is set in the fundamentalist society of crumbling industrial towns where folks have a deep-rooted faith in the spiritualist movement.

John D (fr) wrote: John Huston's love for Ireland is reflected in the beautiful rugged shots of the Galway countryside as the drab stodgy city settings are left behind. Without dwelling too much on the cinematography, this 1973 work balances delicately between classic and snoozefest, with Newman getting caught up in more twists than a snake's belly. The always watchable support led by James Mason and Ian Bannen provide a nice contrast to Rearden's surly aggression, even if they, (Mason in particular) conform to watery British stereotypes. Too long to really keep the attention, highlights instead appear from lesser commented on scenes, like Newman irking a planet of dog lovers as he escapes across a Galway river, and the final dramatic moments in a Maltese dockland. Enigmatic to the end, sort of like its director really.

Donna F (au) wrote: Too twisted for me....and this is tame nowadays.

Chris S (mx) wrote: Still good, just like the original. But that was the biggest problem, too. It was basically a copy of the original with not much new to make it worth watching both.